Pets Myth Busters

Pets Myth Busters

With Dan Pearson of The Animal Training Academy Over the years many common pet myths have been mistaken for fact. This can be troublesome when dealing with pets, especially dogs. Some myths are worryingly inaccurate and this means there are owners who still adhere to these false truths. Here are...

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Rotherham’s Food and Drink Show

Rotherham’s Food and Drink Show

This May, get together with your foodie friends and family as Rotherham dishes up its first food and drink show on 20th and 21st May. Bringing together tastes of the world from suppliers across the country, the free event showcases a pot of passionate producers and home-grown cooks plus culinary...

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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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Animal Training Tools

Animal Training Tools

With Dan Pearson of The Animal Training Academy When you introduce a new dog into your home, one of the first things that many people think about is getting them trained. By building a routine and improving obedience, it can help keep the peace and create a more pleasant environment...

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Big Milestones for Dearne Valley Ramblers

Big Milestones for Dearne Valley Ramblers

Treading the path of life with curiosity, endurance and an eye for nature, the Dearne Valley Ramblers have been discovering what lies around our glorious region for over 20 years.

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Anston Cricket Club: Almost a Century and Not Out

Anston Cricket Club: Almost a Century and Not Out

Edging up almost a hundred-year innings in village cricket, Anston Cricket Club have recently scored substantial finding to further develop their long-standing pavilion and clubhouse.

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Swapping books for beer

Swapping books for beer

What was once lined with the dusty spines of well-read novels, with tales of Russian soldiers in the Napoleonic War or a young girl heading down a rabbit warren in search of a warped reality, today the former reading room in Wortley is filled with stories of a different kind,...

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An Enchanting Education Awaits…

An Enchanting Education Awaits…

  Way, way down in a deep, dark cave there lives a dragon to face the brave. Her ventricles are spurring smoke, she really is about to choke. A case of heartburn grabs her chest, that wretched human won’t digest. Yet where can she find remedy? At Grimm & Co,...

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Dearne Valley Camera Club: Capturing the beauty of South Yorkshire

Dearne Valley Camera Club: Capturing the beauty of South Yorkshire

With a sixty-five-year history of capturing the beauty of Wath and its surrounding areas, the Dearne Valley Camera Club pans into a new frame with its move to Billingley Village Hall. Started up in 1951 as the Wath and District Camera Club by management at Manvers Main Colliery, its purpose...

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