THE February edition of Chase is out now.
As always, there is a lot to read and enjoy in this month’s all-colour edition.
In this month’s magazine, we meet Sharon Gill who heads up Rotherham arts group ROAR.
There is a feature on Cornwall which gives a fascinating account of one of the country’s most beautiful regions.
Or you may fancy reading about a spot slightly closer to home - at Keighley in West Yorkshire - where East Riddlesden Hall, owned by the National Trust, has plenty to interest.
Gardening expert Lee Bestall has plenty of common sense horticultural tips for you and you can enjoy a tipple or two of red or white under the guidance of our wine whizz David Clay.
Other features this month cover such diverse subjects as the history of flooding, schools in Malawi, pigeons, and a rather special pig.
It is a fun-filled edition of Chase this month and we hope you really enjoy it.
Everything you could need - in one magazine!!!
As well as Chase being free inside the first edition of the Rotherham Advertiser every month, you can also find copies stocked in pubs, restaurants, shops, beauty salons and various other outlets.
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