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Charity Coffee Morning

19th April 2019
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Wickersley Methodist Church

Enjoy bacon/sausage sandwiches with tea and coffee at the next Charity Coffee Morning at Wickersley Methodist Church. It will be held on Friday 26th April, from 10.00am to 12.00pm in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association. All are welcome. read more

Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

19th April 2019
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Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

Do you like ballroom and sequence dancing, or just listening to a professional theatre organist play? Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts hold a monthly dance and concert, usually on the last weekend of every month (dancing on the Saturday evening, with a concert on Sunday afternoon) and are inviting visitors to join them. read more

Car Boot Sales at Thurcroft Church

19th April 2019
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Thurcroft Church

The walls of Thurcroft Church need all the paint stripping off but first problems with the roof must be sorted. They have been raising money for over three years. This year, they are holding a series of car boot sales on the following Saturdays from 9.00am to 11.30am, with all the proceeds to go to the Church Wall Fund. read more

Anston joint concert

18th April 2019
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Anston Male Voice Choir

Enjoy a night of song with The Anston Ladies Choir and Anston Male Voice Choir at the acoustically great venue of South Anston Methodist Church. This joint concert takes place on 27th April at 7.00pm. All profits will be shared with The Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice and Samaritans. Limited car parking is available. read more

Step into spring

17th April 2019
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RSPCA Doncaster and Rotherham

Spring is the season of new beginnings. From warmer weather and longer days to flowers blooming and the budding of leaves, there is no better time to have a fresh start and a good old de-clutter. At the RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch, their charity shops are a vital source of income and awareness for their centre and animal welfare work. read more

Friends in Harmony

17th April 2019
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Friends in Harmony

Friends in Harmony gave a concert in St Martin’s Church, Firbeck as part of a community event in the village. The concert featured a selection of songs from ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ and a varied selection of other songs. This month the choir will be providing entertainment at the Forget Me Not Friday Memory Café at Wickersley Methodist Church. read more

The Bailey Bridge Eastwood Rotherham

16th April 2019
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Rotherham Civic Society

The Bailey Bridge is a type of portable pre-fabricated truss bridge. It was invented by Sir Donald Coleman Bailey, who was born in Albany Street in 1901 and was a pupil at Rotherham Grammar School. It was used by the British during World War II for military use and saw extensive use by British, Canadian and US military engineering units. read more

Chit Chat Café and Luncheon Club

15th April 2019
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Addison Maltby

The Chit Chat Café and Luncheon Club are always ready to welcome new customers on a Tuesday and Wednesday, all situated within Addison, Addison Road, Maltby. On Tuesdays they are open to the local community from 12.30pm onwards, allowing individuals to join in and not only eat a freshly prepared three course meal, (prices starting at £1.25), but to form new friendships and have a chat with others. read more

New members wanted for Coryllion Choir

15th April 2019
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Coryllion Choir

Coryllion Choir is looking for people to join their enthusiastic choir. They are welcoming singers of all parts — soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Some understanding of reading music is desirable but not necessary. The choir sing a variety of music from Faure Requiem and Vivaldi Gloria to Les Miserable and Olivier. They aim to sing approximately four concerts per annum and enjoy joining with other choirs, orchestra and brass bands. read more

Maltby Miners Welfare Band

14th April 2019
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Maltby Miners Welfare Band

In March, the Maltby Miners Welfare Band walked away with a first-place win at the Yorkshire Regional Qualifiers. This sees the band go onto Cheltenham in September to represent Yorkshire in the 4th Section of the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. read more