Penistone Armed Forces Day Show

Penistone Armed Forces Day Show

When you think about it, the majority of South Yorkshire folk have a link to the armed forces in one way or another. There will be those whose relatives served in years long gone; some may be veterans themselves from the Falklands or other conflicts; and others may have children...

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Winthrop Gardens: Cultivating a community effort

Winthrop Gardens: Cultivating a community effort

Some say life began in a garden. Yet for most, a garden continues to teach us throughout life about patience, care and most importantly the belief in what tomorrow will bring. At Winthrop Park in Wickersley, their therapeutic  garden space has acted as a sanctuary of support for many people...

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A Phantom with its spirit back

A Phantom with its spirit back

In the early 1930s, Britain was awash with the great divide that came with the Great Depression. Yet while some areas of the country were broke and destitute, others flourished – particularly the motor industry. The streets around us began to flicker with electricity instead of the slow burning of...

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Ben’s memory will live on To Infinity and Beyond

Ben’s memory will live on To Infinity and Beyond

For many children growing up, their lives are shaped by the animated friends they see on films. Lessons are learned about courage, conscience and character. Role models are made like a brave flying elephant or a bunch of toys whose friendship triumphs all. But for one young man in particular,...

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You and Your Health: Urinary Tract Infections

You and Your Health: Urinary Tract Infections

With Andrew Watson of Good Measure Pharmacy, Parkgate When nature comes a’tinkling and it’s time to spend a penny, common infections can make it really difficult for you to empty the tank. Although toilet talk might seem a little potty, many of us will have experienced the anxious search for...

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The Watson Brothers: Stairfoot’s Valiant Sixsome

The Watson Brothers: Stairfoot’s Valiant Sixsome

At the bugled call of the mustachioed military maestro, Lord Kitchener, in the summer of 1914, mothers up and down the country waved goodbye to their heroic sons who gallantry left in search of peace at the birth of the Great War. But for one lady in Barnsley, she shed...

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