Saving the Mill of the Black Monks

Saving the Mill of the Black Monks

We look back at the history of one of Barnsley’s oldest in-use buildings, the Mill of the Black Monks and the future plans of its owner Malcolm Lister.

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Swinton Lock: Navigating the needs of the community

Swinton Lock: Navigating the needs of the community

Swinton Lock Activity Centre has been at the helm of the local community since 2004, offering a unique water-based service to improve wellbeing.

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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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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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Be Diabetes Aware Rotherham

Be Diabetes Aware Rotherham

In Rotherham, the Be Diabetes Aware project is helping to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of Type 2 diabetes and the help available locally.

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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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Wath Hall: bought by the people, for the people

Wath Hall: bought by the people, for the people

Following a six-year campaign, Wath Hall in Rotherham has finally been bought by the people, for the people to enjoy for years to come.

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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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Aroundtown Meets Whiteknights Yorkshire Blood Bikes

Aroundtown Meets Whiteknights Yorkshire Blood Bikes

With their fluorescent jackets and liveried motorbikes emblazoned with the word BLOOD, you could be forgiven for thinking that these riders are yet another part of the NHS’s frontline fleet. They work tirelessly through the night to transport urgent and emergency blood and pathology samples between hospitals and hospices, providing...

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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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