Chase Magazine

THE September edition of Chase is on the streets – free inside your Rotherham Advertiser and available from outlets across the borough.

It has a fantastic range of features to keep you entertained.

The magazine now reaches more people than ever, with 20,000 given away with the Rotherham Advertiser and thousands stocked in pubs, restaurants, shops and beauty salons etc.

All this means, of course, is that we are offering better value than ever for our loyal advertisers, who we thank for continuing to support us.

Nature watchers know that this season is a time of change in the natural world. The summer birds fly off to Africa and are replaced by those heading here from the Arctic where it gets even colder than our winters (yes, honestly!). There will be V-shaped flocks of geese in the skies - a lovely sight. But the new birds arriving might fox some people when trying to identify them, which is why we’ve included a feature on tips on what to look for when making an avian ID.

There is also an interesting feature on the new High Sheriff of South Yorkshire, John Pickering. It’s one of the oldest official roles in the country.

There are also articles on everything from pelvic floor exercises to the latest cars, from road safety to the glorious wines of Italy, from newts to gardening.

We meet a bikini athlete who could be the next TV celeb and artist Adrian Barron who has an interesting story to tell.

As always, we would like you to get in touch with your suggestions and responses. You can email me at

I hope you like this month’s Chase magazine and are already eager to see what the October edition brings.

You can read past features and original articles on the Chase website at

Thanks for supporting your Chase magazine – happy reading!