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Millers bring Christmas cheer to Bluebell Wood

Millers bring Christmas cheer to Bluebell Wood

Fri 15 Dec 2017

ROTHERHAM United brought presents, Christmas cheer and even snow to Bluebell Wood.

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  • Letter: Wouldn’t trust the council with the housekeeping

    Letter: Wouldn’t trust the council with the housekeeping

    By READER: Terry Canadine on Wed 06 Jul 2016

    WELL here we go again, two weeks after the council announces more possible redundancies in the provision of elderly social care, they’re advertising three new post at a salary of £65,000 each for new management of the social care budget!

  • Letter: Young musicians were talented

    Letter: Young musicians were talented

    By READER: Cllr Mick Elliott on Mon 04 Jul 2016

    MY wife and I went to the Rotherham Music Services Prom in All Saints Square last Saturday evening.

  • Letter: We will never know the juror’s verdict

    Letter: We will never know the juror’s verdict

    By READER: Mr N Payne on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    I WOULD like briefly to respond to the irate letter from John Fellows responding to previous correspondence from Mr H Allen regarding Hillsborough.

  • Letter: Have planners gone down wrong route?

    Letter: Have planners gone down wrong route?

    By READER: Roger White on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    I WOULD like to invite the planning department to resolve a puzzle through your publication.

  • Letter: Blair won without flat cap or Che Guevara tattoo

    Letter: Blair won without flat cap or Che Guevara tattoo

    By READER: Ian Hoyle on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    OUCH! I am being attacked by Paddy J Cawkwell yet again, this time for something I didn’t actually say (June 27).

  • Letter:  Condemning Israeli Government is not anti-Jewish

    Letter: Condemning Israeli Government is not anti-Jewish

    By READER: Jonathan Smith on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    I AM member of the recently formed group Rotherham Friends of Palestine as covered earlier this year in the Advertiser.

  • Letter: Young musicians were talented

    Letter: Young musicians were talented

    By READER: Cllr Mick Elliott (UKIP) on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    MY wife and I went to the Rotherham Music Services Prom in All Saints Square last Saturday evening.

  • Letter: Have planners gone down wrong route?

    Letter: Have planners gone down wrong route?

    By READER: Roger White on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    I WOULD like to invite the planning department to resolve a puzzle through your publication.

  • Letter: Stop being selfish and think of others

    Letter: Stop being selfish and think of others

    By READER: Ted Hodgson on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    ON several visits to our local Asda, my partner and I have been somewhat dismayed by the number of customers that park in disabled bays even though they do not have a blue badge.

  • Letter: Wouldn’t trust the council with the housekeeping

    Letter: Wouldn’t trust the council with the housekeeping

    By READER: Terry Canadine on Tue 28 Jun 2016

    WELL here we go again, two weeks after the council announces more possible redundancies in the provision of elderly social care, they’re advertising three new post at a salary of £65,000 each for new management of the social care budget!

  • Letter: Eastwood makes Brexit a no-brainer

    Letter: Eastwood makes Brexit a no-brainer

    By READER: S Lee on Tue 21 Jun 2016

    ON June 9 Look North interviewed David Cameron about the area of Eastwood and the immigration saturation by the Slovakian Roma people.

  • Letter: Smoke with fire

    Letter: Smoke with fire

    By READER: Valerie Pickering on Mon 20 Jun 2016

    I KNOW there’s a ban of smoking to the public, but I see and smell people smoking electronic cigarettes in pubs, in street and as I’m passing through Rotherham town centre.

  • Letter: Thanks for right royal care home party

    Letter: Thanks for right royal care home party

    By READER: S Peat on Mon 20 Jun 2016

    THE Beeches care home at Wath held a royal afternoon tea party today for the Queen’s 90th birthday and can you believe it some people who live on Beech Road complained that the music was too loud.

  • Letter: Poor start from councillors

    Letter: Poor start from councillors

    By READER: Michael Sylvester on Mon 20 Jun 2016

    THE day I’m writing (June 7) is a notable date in that it is the day our newly elected councillors pass the £1,000 mark in terms of the allowances they claim.

  • Letter: Thurcroft’s Icelandic connection

    Letter: Thurcroft’s Icelandic connection

    By READER: John Green on Mon 20 Jun 2016

    FOLLOWING Mr Ludlam’s letter regarding the history of Thurcroft, might I add a bit more information regarding the name.