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Rotherham man dies after Mt Snowdon fall

Rotherham man dies after Mt Snowdon fall

Thu 22 Feb 2018

A MAN has died after falling 800ft down Mt Snowdon on Saturday.

All posts matching tag: Environment

  • BUDGET CUTS: Healey slams Dearne eco-towns decision

    BUDGET CUTS: Healey slams Dearne eco-towns decision

    By Michael Upton on Wed 21 Jul 2010

    PLANS to turn the Dearne Valley into a trail-blazing, eco-friendly community have suffered a setback after funding for the scheme was slashed in half.

  • Volunteer workers help Canklow kids with pond project

    Volunteer workers help Canklow kids with pond project

    By Admin on Tue 20 Jul 2010

    KIND-hearted metalworkers ditched their day jobs last week to help children install pond plants and create a walkway.

  • Campaigners' plea to new owners of Firbeck Hall

    Campaigners' plea to new owners of Firbeck Hall

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 16 Jul 2010

    CAMPAIGNERS have urged the new owner of a stately home that they hope to save from dereliction: don't be a stranger.

  • Council house building starts again after 30-year gap

    Council house building starts again after 30-year gap

    By Amy Parkes on Thu 15 Jul 2010

    WORK has started on the first new council houses to be built in Rotherham for 30 years.

  • £350,000 deal for Firbeck Hall

    £350,000 deal for Firbeck Hall

    By Tom Sharpe on Mon 12 Jul 2010

    ONE of the borough’s most spectacular stately homes has been sold for £350,000, according to members of a group set up to save it from dereliction.

  • Recycling site set for two-month closure

    Recycling site set for two-month closure

    By Amy Parkes on Wed 07 Jul 2010

    ONE of Rotherham’s main recycling centres will close next week for two months.

  • Rotherham Council to decide fate of massive Waverley development

    Rotherham Council to decide fate of massive Waverley development

    By Phil Turner on Thu 01 Jul 2010

    A BIG boost to Rotherham’s regeneration ambitions was received this week with the news that plans for a massive office campus and hotel on the Waverley site will be decided locally.

  • World champ Toseland to open village's new garden

    World champ Toseland to open village's new garden

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 21 Jun 2010

    A SUCCESSFUL group set up to breathe new life into a village decimated by the loss of its pit is set to celebrate the opening of a new community garden.

  • Action pledge over Maltby 'eyesore'

    Action pledge over Maltby 'eyesore'

    By Amy Parkes on Mon 21 Jun 2010

    RESIDENTS who described a patch of council-owned land as a “disgusting eyesore” have been promised that the area will be tidied up.

  • Manvers waste plant plans unveiled

    Manvers waste plant plans unveiled

    By Michael Upton on Wed 16 Jun 2010

    RIVAL plans for the waste plant which could process all of Rotherham’s household rubbish in future were being unveiled this morning.

  • Multi-million Rotherham flood prevention bill

    Multi-million Rotherham flood prevention bill

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 11 Jun 2010

    INSTALLING prevention measures recommended following flash flooding in 2009 would cost millions of pounds the borough council does not have.

  • Councillor responds to housing challenge

    Councillor responds to housing challenge

    By Cllr S Thornton on Tue 08 Jun 2010

    Dear Sir, In last weeks letters page the "protesters" of Anston challanged individual Anston Parish councillors to state their views regarding the Local Development Frameworks housing issues.

  • Rare voles found on Kiveton ex-pit site

    Rare voles found on Kiveton ex-pit site

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 08 Jun 2010

    RARE water voles have been found on a former Rotherham area pit site after its transformation into a flourishing woodland.

  • The Bear necessities

    The Bear necessities

    By Michael Upton on Fri 04 Jun 2010

    YOUNGSTERS had a wild time at Scout camp when they had a surprise visit by TV adventurer and Chief Scout Bear Grylls.

  • Campaigners welcome green belt move

    Campaigners welcome green belt move

    By Michael Upton on Fri 28 May 2010

    CAMPAIGNERS were celebrating this week after the new coalition government vowed to scrap controversial plans which could have seen up to 3,600 new homes built on Rotherham’s green belt.