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New date announced for Wentworth Music Festival

New date announced for Wentworth Music Festival

Mon 01 Mar 2021

FESTIVAL fun is finally “coming home” to Rotherham this autumn – 15 months later than first planned.

  • Quality all the way at John’s canine hotel

    Quality all the way at John’s canine hotel

    By David Parker on Tue 16 Feb 2021

    A DOG lover who retired to Thailand has spent five years building a successful pet hotel which now attracts customers from across the country.

  • VIDEO: Poet Gavin's tribute to the 'great British pub'

    VIDEO: Poet Gavin's tribute to the 'great British pub'

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 12 Feb 2021

    POET Gavin Roberts penned a tribute to his favourite boozers as part of an arts project spreading cheer to publicans.

  • Celebrate Chinese New Year online

    Celebrate Chinese New Year online

    By Adele Forrest on Wed 10 Feb 2021

    CHINESE New Year will be celebrated online by talented youngsters who will be performing an array of dazzling displaysWatch the shows on the RMBC Events Facebook page all day tomorrow (12).

  • Valentine's cabaret night for singles

    Valentine's cabaret night for singles

    By Adele Forrest on Wed 10 Feb 2021

    A CABARET night exploring different types of love will be streamed online ahead of Valentine’s Day.

  • FOOD & DRINK: Reds alert and whites hot ideas

    FOOD & DRINK: Reds alert and whites hot ideas

    By David Clay on Mon 08 Feb 2021

    This month, our wine expert DAVID CLAY offers up some wine ideas for the colder months

  • Rotherham’s helping hand to the USA

    Rotherham’s helping hand to the USA

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 08 Feb 2021

    PUB names are perhaps what springs to mind first when many people hear the names Effingham and Rockingham.

  • The crowds, the personalities and the tradition of the 125-year-old Mexborough Montagu cup

    The crowds, the personalities and the tradition of the 125-year-old Mexborough Montagu cup

    By Andrew Mosley on Fri 29 Jan 2021

    FOOTBALL’S modern-day superstars might have the money and the fame but for every Premier League ace there are legions of people who play purely for the love of the game.

  • Why the airwaves rule for Stewart - RADIO DJ Stewart Nicholson

    Why the airwaves rule for Stewart - RADIO DJ Stewart Nicholson

    By Michael Upton on Fri 29 Jan 2021

    RADIO DJ Stewart Nicholson, whose voice will be familiar to many from his time with Rother FM, has been riding the airwaves for more than 20 years. He started DJing at events and clubs when he was just 15 but first ventured onto the radio in 1999. Now 44 and living in the Dearne Valley with his fiancée and their sausage dog Mash, Stewart is the now one of the presenters on new station RB1.

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