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BRAMLEY TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD: Held their first meeting of the New Year. The chairman thanked members for their support in all the Christmas activities which were well supported. The guild has received its first invitation of the year for two members to attend the Brinsworth guild birthday party. The chairman announced all the outings planned for the New Year and also the new booking system. The first outing, to the Pennine Garden Centre, is in March. The chairman reminded members of the inter-guild quiz in February and the annual lunch at the Carlton Park in April. The Arts and Crafts group continues to meet on the second and fourth Thursdays each month at Ravenfield Parish Hall. Plans for the national AGM in Bournemouth are underway and this has been extended to a five-day Federation holiday. At the meeting in February representatives of the guild’s two charities, Guide Dogs for the Blind and Support Dogs, will be attending to collect donations which the guild has raised over the last 12 months. There will be a short presentation of the work these charities undertake. The guild meets on the first Thursday of each month 10.30am in Bramley Village Hall.


SURGERY TIMES: Cllr John Turner, who represents the Hellaby ward on Rotherham Council, holds a surgery at Bramley Community Hall, Cross Street, on the third Tuesday of each month 5.30-6.30pm.


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COUNCILLOR SURGERY TIMES: The three ward councillors for the Wickersley ward – Sue Ellis, Emma Hoddinott and Chris Read – normally hold four local advice surgeries each month. These are private meetings between councillors and local residents. First Saturday of month 10-11am at Wickersley Library and Community Centre, second Friday of month 6-7pm at Bramley Parish Hall, third Tuesday of month 9.30-10.30am at Mark Grove Community Centre, fourth Monday of month 6-7pm at Sunnyside Community Centre. www.wickersleyward.org.uk 

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