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Wickersley Methodist Church

20th January 2020
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Wickersley Methodist Church

You are invited to Wickersley Methodist Church’s January charity coffee morning on Friday 24th January from 10.00am to 12.00pm. They will be serving toasted teacakes, crumpets and Scotch pancakes. There will also be a raffle, handmade cards and preserves and all proceeds go to ‘Young Epilepsy’, who support babies and young children with seizures. Everyone is welcome. read more

Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

17th January 2020
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Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

Do you like dancing or just listening to organ music? Then join Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts on the fourth weekend of every month for a dance on Saturday night and then an organ concert on Sunday. Saturday dancing is from 7.30pm to 11.00pm for £5.00 (licensed bar). read more

Rotherham Leisure Complex achieves Swim England accreditation

16th January 2020
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Rotherham Leisure Complex achieves Swim England accreditation

Rotherham Leisure Complex has achieved a Swim England Accreditation for their swimming programme. This was rewarded to the site following Rotherham Leisure Complex’s Quest assessment last month, an evaluation in which they received the highest banding; Excellent. read more

Environmental consultancy launches new website

15th January 2020
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Wildscapes CIC

Wildscapes CIC, an environmental consultancy owned by the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, is proud to announce the launch of a newly redesigned website, www.wildscapes.co.uk. Established in 2007, Wildscapes CIC offers services in ecology, land management and training, with all of their profits being re-invested back into the charitable work of their parent company. read more

Community Achievement Award Winners Announced

14th January 2020
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Voluntary Action Rotherham

The Community Achievement Awards, which recognise and celebrate the wide-reaching impact of Rotherham’s voluntary and community sector, were presented at a ceremony on Friday 22nd November at The Carlton Park Hotel.
The awards, organised by Voluntary Action Rotherham on behalf of the Rotherham Together Partnership, showcase the outstanding contribution that the voluntary and community sector make in Rotherham. read more

Are you haunted?

13th January 2020
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The AfterLife Project

The headline does grab the attention but it is a serious question. Some believe in the paranormal and the notion of life after death and others do not. Few people appreciate that away from the staged TV shows and countless Facebook groups and YouTube ghost hunter groups there are people that have a genuine interest in this fascinating field. read more

Rotherham school launches recruitment drive after walking bus is a runaway success

11th January 2020
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Listerdale Junior Academy Rotherham

A Rotherham school is looking for more volunteers to help keep its pupils safe on their morning commute after demand for places on its walking to school scheme exceeded supply. Listerdale Junior Academy says it now has a waiting list full of pupils whose parents want them to join its park-and-stride walking bus, which leaves the car park of the nearby Brecks pub, in Wickersley Road and covers the 10-minute journey on foot up Beech Avenue to school. read more

Tickhill Film Society

10th January 2020
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Tickhill Film Society

Tickhill Film Society will be showing feature-length films in Tickhill Parish Room on the third Wednesday of the month, with doors opening at 6.30pm and films starting at 7.00pm. They will be showing ‘Cold War’, the Polish historic-romantic drama, on Wednesday 15th January. This film will be available to members and guests, who are welcome to attend at £6.00 per film. read more

A vision for 2020

9th January 2020
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Rotherham U3A

Commentators often begin a new decade with predictions of what future decades will bring. Some prophecies concerning life in 2020 remain unrealised, eg cars driven by specially bred, intelligent apes. Others, predicting the failure of e-commerce, or young people’s rejection of social media, were way off-target. However, Charney’s 1997 report on the adverse effects of climatic change by 2020 is ‘spot on’. read more

Rother Valley Retired Teachers Association

8th January 2020
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Rother Valley Retired Teachers Association

Rother Valley Retired Teachers wish all members a happy New Year. Their first meeting of 2020 will take place at 2.00pm on Thursday 9th January in Broom Methodist Church Hall, S60 3NE. Following the Annual General Meeting, there will be a talk given by Charissa Malpass with the intriguing title ‘Tax, Care and Toy Boys’. read more