Women who paid ‘married women’s stamp’ could be owed thousands in basic state pension

Women who paid ‘married women’s stamp’ could be owed thousands in basic state pension

If you are a married, divorced or widowed woman who was born before 6th April 1953 and paid a reduced rate of national insurance contributions during employment, then you could have been short-changed by a government blunder.

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Banking on mum and dad’s help to buy property

Banking on mum and dad’s help to buy property

Faced with high rental costs and soaring property prices, more parents are dipping into savings, releasing capital from property, or even taking out loans to support their children become homeowners.

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Andy’s Man Club: Breaking down the stigma of men’s mental health

Andy’s Man Club: Breaking down the stigma of men’s mental health

Andy’s Man Club in Rotherham is a male-only peer support group which aims to get men talking and reduce the stigma of men’s mental health.

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Yorkshire Air Ambulance: Celebrating 20 years of saving lives

Yorkshire Air Ambulance: Celebrating 20 years of saving lives

Yorkshire Air Ambulance celebrates its 20th anniversary this year since taking to the skies as a life-saving charity.

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Keeping the music alive

Keeping the music alive

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, classical musician, Sarah Anne Bush, has been providing a weekly dose of melodic medicine with virtual performances and doorstep recitals.

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Keeping your children busy during coronavirus lockdown

Keeping your children busy during coronavirus lockdown

Looking for ways to keep your children busy during the coronavirus lockdown? We have some bordeom busting hands-on ideas to combine learning with fun.

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The Bears are coming to Sheffield

The Bears are coming to Sheffield

This summer, get ready to go on a bear hunt as 160 Big and Little Bears pop up around Sheffield as part of The Children’s Hospital Charity’s newest campaign, Bears of Sheffield.

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Colour lands at Cooper Gallery

Colour lands at Cooper Gallery

This springtime, colour their senses, inspire their imaginations and fly on the wing of creativity with new exhibition, Wow! Said the Owl, that is swooping into Cooper Gallery in Barnsley.

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We Visit: Meadowhall’s Christmas Post Room

We Visit: Meadowhall’s Christmas Post Room

The magic of Christmas is the greatest of gifts so it was a real treat to be invited for a sneak peek at Meadowhall’s newest attraction for the festive season; The Christmas Post Room. Following the success of this summer’s pop-up selfie station which attracted over 150,000 visitors, Meadowhall’s popular...

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When You Wish Upon a Star

When You Wish Upon a Star

Every parent has a list of wishes for their children.  Dreams of a lifetime of good health, happiness and contentment. Hopes that they will grow to have courage, respect and compassion for others. And a promise that children will always know how loved they are, no matter what the future holds.  But for parents of children with life-threatening illnesses, their only wish...

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