THE August edition of Chase is on the streets – free inside your Rotherham Advertiser this week.
It has a fantastic range of features to keep you entertained.
The magazine now reaches more people than ever across the borough, 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.
In this issue, we have a feature on Rotherham Rambling Club which is marking its 40th anniversary in 2019.
For fans of the weird and spooky, we pay a visit to Rotherham’s new Haunted Objects Museum - located in a former home supposedly occupied by a poltergeist.
There is the first of a new regular monthly feature on road safety courtesy of South Yorkshire Road Safety Partnership manager Joanne Wehrle.
You can also find out about using drones safely, as well as the pros and cons of home schooling.
There are hints on how you can help your childen get more interested in - and better at - maths by showing them how useful numbers are in everyday life.
Dog owners can find out how their pooch can save a life by becoming a blood donor for other canines.
There are the usual popular features on local arts, gardening, wine, fashion and motoring, as well as our monthly quiz and interesting news snippets.
As usual, we welcome your views and opinions on the magazine.
If you have something you think would make a feature in Chase, get in contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.