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Q&A: Catching up with The Reytons

Q&A: Catching up with The Reytons

Thu 10 Jun 2021

WITH a top 30 EP under their belts, 2021 is already a year to remember for The Reytons — and there’s still the small matters of a main stage slot at Tramlines and a debut album to come.

  • In “ice” treat in the sun

    In “ice” treat in the sun

    By Michael Upton on Thu 01 Apr 2021

    PRIMARY pupils had a sweet taste of high school life when their prospective new headteacher laid on an ice cream treat for them.

  • No treasure in the Rother Valley?

    No treasure in the Rother Valley?

    By Michael Upton on Thu 01 Apr 2021

    THE Rother Valley has been left out of a new street-based treasure hunt game, to the dismay of residents.

  • TV drama role for stately home

    TV drama role for stately home

    By Michael Upton on Fri 26 Mar 2021

    TV VIEWERS in dozens of countries will be able to get a sneak peek from tonight at long-abandoned servants’ quarters at a South Yorkshire stately home.

  • If birdwatcher Harriet likes it, she’s got to put a ring on it!

    If birdwatcher Harriet likes it, she’s got to put a ring on it!

    By Antony Clay on Thu 25 Mar 2021

    SPENDING time with nature has become extra popular since the launch of lockdown — but for Harriet Day it has always been a way of life.

  • Diamond couple had shaky start before good life

    Diamond couple had shaky start before good life

    By Michael Upton on Thu 25 Mar 2021

    A COUPLE whose relationship got off to a rocky start are celebrating reaching their diamond anniversary.

  • Grit expectations — but you have to wait for the snow!

    Grit expectations — but you have to wait for the snow!

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 22 Mar 2021

    SPRING’S arrival may mean you have to wait a while to see them on the streets — but Rotherham’s gritters have had their names added.

  • Q&A: Civic Theatre brings community together - Chloe Jackson

    Q&A: Civic Theatre brings community together - Chloe Jackson

    By Michael Upton on Fri 19 Mar 2021

    CHLOE Jackson has been acting, singing and dancing for 15 years, during which time she has established herself as a leading lady for RTSA (Rotherham Teachers Student Academy). Away from the stage, she is also a successful competitive dancer. Chloe told us about her first steps, favourite memories and occasional mis-steps.

  • Easter eggs for everyone

    Easter eggs for everyone

    By Admin on Fri 19 Mar 2021

    DOZENS of children will receive a tasty Easter treat thanks to a collection by a nursery.

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