Wath Cricket Club: 125 not out!

Wath Cricket Club: 125 not out!

It’s been a long and glorious innings for Wath Cricket Club as they celebrate their 125th anniversary this season. The club’s history has not been without a few sticky wickets – or water-logged – with flooding from a nearby stream playing havoc on their Moor Road ground. But the hard...

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A never-ending story at Grimm & Co

A never-ending story at Grimm & Co

Mortals and magical beings assemble! Grimm & Co’s bamboozling new Emporium of Stories is open at long last to let the wild rumpus start. It’s not in a kingdom far, far away or some far flung corner of an undiscovered galaxy. You won’t need a pumpkin coach, flying carpet, portkey,...

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Eletto Wanna be the stars

Eletto Wanna be the stars

They may have been born in this millennium, but there’s something timeless about Eletto. Each track on the Barnsley folk duo’s debut EP I Wanna Be The Star has its own nostalgic style that transcends the country and folk genre. Compelling vocal harmonies blend with poetic, melancholy lyrics and ritualistic...

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A warrior in women’s football

A warrior in women’s football

They call her the Chief of the Warriors. And rightly so. Over the last three years, Megan Wylde has fought for a space in football for women like her. She’s become a community powerhouse, changing the landscape of football and fitness in her hometown of Rotherham. Her tribe of fellow...

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Barnsley Photographic Society in the picture for 100 years

Barnsley Photographic Society in the picture for 100 years

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Barnsley Photographic Society, with an exhibition at Barnsley Civic set to capture the centenary celebrations. When a group of artists first got together at Mr Roberts’ studio on Shambles Street, on 21st May 1924, the 35mm camera hadn’t yet been launched and photographs...

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Make a scheduled stop at South Yorkshire Transport Museum

Make a scheduled stop at South Yorkshire Transport Museum

This summer, explore our region’s transport heritage with a visit to South Yorkshire Transport Museum in Rotherham. Running since 1995, the volunteer-owned museum has amassed over 15,000 transport-related artefacts, including 50 major vehicle exhibits on display at their Aldwarke unit. While they may be known for their collection of heritage...

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Sheffield sixth former makes his British F4 debut

Sheffield sixth former makes his British F4 debut

It’s been an exhilarating journey for Sheffield’s racing superstar Rowan Campbell-Pilling. The Birkdale Sixth Form student made his British Formula 4 debut at the end of April following a successful 12-year karting career. South Yorkshire’s only F4 racer, Rowan signed with Argenti Motorsport in November – a month before he...

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