THE July 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.
In this issue, as well as our regular beauty, motors, wine, books, gardening and arts articles, we find out more about the delightful North Yorkshire town of Skipton, the ‘Gateway to the Dales’.
If that doesn’t cure your wanderlust, read all about a haunted hall in Bradford or the infamous Pendle witches of Lancashire.
You can meet South Yorkshire man Steve Rutherford who has become the new national chairman of the British Naturalists’ Association (BNA) and wants to encourage more people to take an interest in the natural world.
Chase also takes a look at how there are moves to make more people aware of the suffering of so-called flat-faced dogs and cats.
There really is so much to read in this month’s Chase! So get the deckchair out, your shades on and settle down, cool drink in hand, to be entertained by the magazine.
Chase 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.
As usual, we welcome your views and opinions on the magazine.
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