Rotherham photographer launches new seascape book

Rotherham photographer launches new seascape book

Photography provides us with a return ticket to those special moments when time seems to stand still. But for Rotherham’s Nicola Jones, her new book of seascape photography transports us to the raw beauty, incarnate energy, and immersive emotion of some of Yorkshire’s most stunning nautical scenes. Black and White...

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New project for Rotherham veterans

New project for Rotherham veterans

Rotherham’s Military Community Veterans Centre is launching a new project called ‘Hidden Faces’ to reach veterans at risk of loneliness and isolation.

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Look who’s 80 – and no sign of slowing down anytime soon!

Look who’s 80 – and no sign of slowing down anytime soon!

To celebrate his 80th birthday on Wednesday 30 June, Rotherham ultra-runner, Ray Matthews, wants every schoolchild in Rotherham to run a mile with him.

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Collaborative Connections

Collaborative Connections

As part of heritage project, Collaborative Connections, we look at the history of three of Rotherham’s landmarks: Catcliffe Cone, Keppel’s Column and Waterloo Kiln.

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Rotherham’s oldest charity, The Feoffees, continues to care

Rotherham’s oldest charity, The Feoffees, continues to care

As Rotherham’s oldest charity, the Feoffees of the Common Lands of Rotherham have been giving back to the community for over 700 years.

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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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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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Lady Mabel College: Cloaked in History

Lady Mabel College: Cloaked in History

To celebrate 70 years since Wentworth Woodhouse opened its doors to the students of Lady Mabel College, textile artist, Gemma Nemer, is launching a contemporary community arts project.

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Ladies of the Manor

Ladies of the Manor

It’s been the domestic dwelling of many Members of Parliament, a couple of Prime Ministers and even a former Lord Mayor of Sheffield. But amidst the aristocratic wealth predominantly associated with the UK’s largest private residence, the rooms within Wentworth Woodhouse were also once the not-so-humble abode of hundreds of...

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