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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.

  • How Wellgate supplied water to Rotherham

    How Wellgate supplied water to Rotherham

    By Gareth Dennison on Thu 21 Jan 2021

    ITS name means a road of wells, so it is little surprise that Wellgate was one of the main sources of Rotherham’s water supply.

  • Harewood the giant snow hare warms winter hearts

    Harewood the giant snow hare warms winter hearts

    By Andrew Mosley on Thu 21 Jan 2021

    ENTERPRISING artist Karen-Louise Mackenzie hopped to it when the wintry weather gave her the chance to create a snow sculpture with a difference.

  • Stage offers a new path

    Stage offers a new path

    By Adele Forrest on Thu 21 Jan 2021

    A NEW theatre initiative is looking for people who want to take a different direction in life away from crime.

  • Celebrating the work of disabled artists

    Celebrating the work of disabled artists

    By Michael Upton on Thu 21 Jan 2021

    A NEW art competition is looking to put new talent in the frame and celebrate the work of disabled artists.

  • Wentworth's Diamond days in the spotlight

    Wentworth's Diamond days in the spotlight

    By Michael Upton on Thu 21 Jan 2021

    WENTWORTH Woodhouse has turned to the author who helped put it back on the national map for the next chapter of its unfolding story.

  • Book for Tom is a bear necessity

    Book for Tom is a bear necessity

    By Gareth Dennison on Thu 14 Jan 2021

    A YOUNG man who spent his final moments at Bluebell Wood has been immortalised in a book — giving him “the life he never had” in a heart-warming tale.

  • Pandemic brings added uncertainty to cancer sufferers and families

    Pandemic brings added uncertainty to cancer sufferers and families

    By Amy Hebdon on Thu 14 Jan 2021

    Amy Hebdon is the fundraising manager for Macmillan Cancer Support in Rotherham. Each month she updates The Rotherham Advertiser readers on the latest stories and developments by supporters across the town.

  • High note for choir members

    High note for choir members

    By Michael Upton on Wed 13 Jan 2021

    CHOIR members from Rotherham enjoyed Christmas chart success as part of a 4,500-strong singalong.

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