Rotherham Climate Action aims to build back better to protect our planet

Rotherham Climate Action aims to build back better to protect our planet

With the help of Rotherham Climate Action, have your say on how Rotherham tackles the climate change crisis and build back better.

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BIADS: Help for today, hope for tomorrow

BIADS: Help for today, hope for tomorrow

Caring for someone with dementia can be a 24-hour job and one that often takes over any relationship you both may have had before. But at BIADS – Barnsley Independent Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support – their unique support service helps people diagnosed with dementia and their carers to reconnect with...

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Penistone Gateway Club

Penistone Gateway Club

Every Friday night during term time, St Andrews Methodist Church in Penistone comes alive with the sound of laughter. There’s singing on the karaoke, cheering on the players of a video game tournament, and the odd shout of BINGO! All wrapped up in giggles and glee. For St Andrews Church...

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We Can Survive Singers

We Can Survive Singers

Joined together by an invisible chord, members of one Barnsley-based choir really are singing off the same hymn sheet. They’ve got all their life to live and all their love to give, they are the We Can Survive Singers. They’re not professional vocalists, they don’t read music, and they definitely...

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Celebrating 25 years of Rotherham U3A

Celebrating 25 years of Rotherham U3A

They say the first age of education is the journey through school, the second learning job skills or how to parent – then what becomes of the third age once children have flown the nest or retirement beckons? How about enrolling at a university with a difference where the only...

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Peter Foster: Riding High at 80

Peter Foster: Riding High at 80

When approaching the grand old age of 80, some people may appreciate a heartfelt message in a birthday card, a slap-up family meal, or even a new pair of slippers. But not for one outgoing octogenarian from Rotherham. When Peter Foster turned 80 this summer, he geared up to take...

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Is it ‘D-day’ for you?

Is it ‘D-day’ for you?

LEGAL TALK with Elmhirst Parker Solicitors January is traditionally a time of new beginnings with resolutions made to do things differently and start afresh. Typically, plans might include starting a diet or exercise regime, making more time for friends or family or maybe changing jobs. But it can also spell...

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Subtle Charms of Wintertime

Subtle Charms of Wintertime

With Garden Designer, Sally Cunis Now that the decorations are packed away for another year and the celebrations are over, it’s time to shrug off the spell of lethargy cast by recent festivities and step out into the garden as that is where the true magic happens. Whether it is...

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Out in the Garden

Out in the Garden

Balmy days, fiery autumn colours and sunshine extend this most extraordinary year and it is hard to believe that winter is upon us. Bright red berries of Hawthorn (Crataegus), Rose, Sorbus and Cotoneaster festoon hedgerows and gardens alike indicating, if old tales are to be believed, we are in for...

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Autumn in the Garden

Autumn in the Garden

A light of harvest hope after the long, hot heatwave With garden designer, Sally Cunis For the first time in many years most gardeners are probably hoping that we don’t have an Indian summer.  We have enjoyed or endured (however you want to look at it) extremes of heat since...

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