Fri 07 Aug 2020
TEACHING Tsar Nicholas II’s five children in the nine years before the Russian Revolution was a huge change from the early life of Charles Sydney Gibbes, growing up on High Street in Rotherham.
By Barrie Tucker on Thu 01 Apr 2010
BARRIE TUCKER of The Dearne Valley Ramblers takes us on the ‘Five Churches Walk’ taking in five picturesque villages to the south of the borough
By Charlie Graves on Fri 19 Mar 2010
SOUTH YORKSHIRE’S own Danielle Grace Williams has triumphed in a national search for the lead role in a new musical commissioned by Rotherham Music Service.
By Barrie Tucker on Fri 12 Mar 2010
BARRIE TUCKER of The Dearne Valley Ramblers takes us on a scenic walk through picturesque villages in the east of the borough
BARRIE TUCKER of The Dearne Valley Ramblers takes us on the second of his tea shop walks while also reminding us of shocking local disaster
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 09 Mar 2010
By on Fri 12 Feb 2010
ORGANISERS of the Oakwood Real Ale and Music Festival are on the hunt for volunteers to help get the ale flowing at the popular annual event. There will be over 200 hand-pulled beers and 20 ciders available at the giant ale festival, which is set to o
By on Tue 09 Feb 2010
A POPULAR pub is toasting success for the second year running after picking up two awards.The Dog Daisy pub in Mexborough won the prizes for Best Behind Bar and Best Community Pub in the Doncaster's Best Bar None scheme.Organises of the scheme said that aw
By on Wed 27 Jan 2010
ROTHERHAM folk will be making a splash as a state of the art leisure centre comes to the town. Maltby Leisure Centre, the last of four new centres will open to the public on Monday.The complex, which is part of a £35 million overhaul of leisure