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Including Blaxton & Finningley Issue No. 82

July 2012

Branton St Wilfrid’s School & Community

Summer Fayre Saturday 14th July 12 - 4pm Everyone welcome!

New Housing development plans for Branton.

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Editor’s Letter...

As I sit here thinking about what to write, I look out the conservatory window and the word grim comes to mind. For inspiration, I check my i phone for the 7 day weather forecast and still... grim! Come on Summer, where are you hiding? This is not fair, quite literally!! Maybe July will surprise us all, I hope so, we have some fayres to look forward to including Branton St Wilfrid’s School fayre, organised by the school PTA on Saturday 14th July. The fayre attracts many local community groups so this really is a fayre for all the community as well as the ‘school family’ please come along for what promises to be a fun packed day! Plans for The Auckley Show are well underway and you will find an application form for a new trial event—The Fun Dog Show’ If you think your ‘best friend’ has a chance of charming the judges, then please completed the entry form and hand it in asap. You will find full details in the centre page of this month’s Arrow. We have 3 pages packed with photographs from Branton, Auckley and Finningley from the Jubilee celebrations. It looks like we all entered the spirit of the occasion and had a good time. At the time of Print, we were looking forward to the torch relay in Doncaster. I hope everyone got a chance to see this historic event. The deadline for the August issue for advertising and articles is Wednesday 18th July. The Arrow will be delivered from Friday 27th July.

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News, News, News, News, News, News... Kilham Hall A wonderful time was had by approximately ninety children on Tuesday the 5 th June for the Queens Diamond Jubilee celebrations. A special thank you to Martin, of Pure Heaven discos who entertained the children all afternoon with games, bouncy castles and music etc. Vicky for the face painting. The Kilham Hall Committee for all their hard work, Mike from the Post Office and his team of BBQ helpers who fed the hordes! All in all, a very happy afternoon and with free ice cream, burger and commemorative mug we hope very happy memories will have been formed for each child to look back upon when they reach their senior years! It was a cold afternoon on the sports field, but tea/coffee and cake helped to keep the mums and dads warm. Not to be out done, Kilham Coffee club held their own Diamond Jubilee celebrations on Tuesday 12 th June from 10.30 to 2 p.m. and just as much fun (if not more) was had by us all with nearly eighty people attending. The excellent singing by Sheila and her friends, the pie and peas meal with trifle to follow, free raffle and bingo and lovely commemorative biro more than compensated for the small charge we had to make for the occasion. Thank you to everyone from the Committee. Those of you who use Kilham Hall for parties, bookings, attend Zumba, playgroup, art class, coffee morning, etc, have helped us raise the funds to subsidise the events as detailed above. On a less happy note, the photo below shows recent damage to the Hall due to mindless individuals. We have to pay for this damage from hard earned funds you have helped us raise. Should you see anything untoward, please phone the Police or if you know who is responsible please tell a committee member. Please check the whats on page as we have some amendments to our timetable.

Mindless vandalism at the Hall

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New Housing Plans, Doncaster Road, Branton.

Before going to print, there were plans for a public exhibition to be held at Kilham Hall Community Centre in Branton on Thursday 28th June, organised by David Wilson Homes. The event was to display their plans for a new Housing Development on the land off Doncaster Road near to Poppyfields Estate (opposite side) and adjacent to The Close. The plans show a development consisting of 90 homes which include 26 for affordable housing and the properties available will range from 2 bedrooms to 5 bedrooms. No other information was available at the time of print but we will bring you the latest update in the August issue.

Open Gardens! St Wilfrid’s Church, Cantley are holding an “Open Gardens” on Sunday 15 July between 1pm and 5pm. Yvonne Woodcock and 6 other gardens will open their gardens for the afternoon. The vicarage garden will be open from 4pm for cream tea. Further information can be obtained at www.stwilfridscantley.co.uk or by telephoning Beryl on 01302 532117.

Christian Aid Week This year we collected £1821.80 of which £660.07 was Gift Aided and if the charity can reclaim 25p for every £1 given it should add £165 to our total. A big thank you to all the collectors who we hope feel well satisfied with their efforts to help those who have so little. Thank you to everyone who helped financially through their generous contributions. Susan, Trish, Chris Finningley Church.

Thursday Coffee Mornings at Auckley St Saviour’s We hold a friendly coffee morning every Thursday during term time, from 10 – 11.30 am. We meet in the small meeting room at Auckley Parish Centre, where you can call in for tea/coffee and biscuits and enjoy a chat with friends. Open to all. Contact Barbara on 01302 771525.

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News, News, News, News, News, News... Cantley with Branton WI In May Paul Wyman spoke about the Tuxford windmill, how he learnt to be a miller and has now opened a tea shop. June 14th Rob McMurdow spoke about dispelling myths of funerals. On July 14th John Slater will recall the blind side of being funny. Visitors are welcome. Contact Anne Oakes 536802.

Results for the May 2012 Auckley Show 200+Club 1st No 727 Paul Wright wins £100 well done Paul on your second big win 2nd No 545 Pete Jameson wins £20 3rd No 602 Gill Parnell wins £10 All previous winners can be found on our web site www.auckleyshow.co.uk Auckley Show this year will be Saturday 11th August 2012. Applications for trade and craft stands still being taken, see web site to apply.

Will meet on Monday 16th July at the Harvey Arms Pub, Finningley, 12 till 2pm.

Auckley & Branton Luncheon Club will have their first lunch between 12.30pm and 2.30pm, on Tuesday 17th July at The Three Horseshoes, New Road, Branton.

Have Your Say event at The Coffee Shop, Branton Farm Nurseries (Hagan`s) on Wednesday 11th July 2012 from 11.00am to 12.30pm. Everyone is welcome to the above events.

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Kilham Hall Jubilee Celebration Day Photographs taken by Malcolm Johnston

Vicky Shaw of Fanciful Faces based in Edlington, putting the finishing touches to the face of 4 year old James Innes of Cantley. Cantley

Brothers Joseph (6) and Ben (4) Yexley who both go to St Wildrid’s School in Branton, get stuck on the fly wall!

Tony Balne with regal crown and Union Jack to celebrate the Jubilee of the Queen.

Ten month old Sianne Lili White and her sister Sienna May, along with mum Sarah got in on the act and enjoyed the afternoon.

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Jubilee Fun At The Eagle & Child

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Look who turned up at our Jubilee Party at Harvey close Finningley! Thank you to all the street for all getting together and making it a good day. J Phillips

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News From Finningley C of E Primary School Foundation to the Skies..... On Monday 14th May reception class went to the airport to see the mighty Vulcan in all its glory. The 4 and 5 year olds were not really aware of the history of RAF Finningley or the fondness that the people of the area had for the cold war bomber but after a short while there they soon picked up on how impressive and important it was. They had a guided tour and talk and then spent their cash in the souvenir shop. Reception class now has a first rate display of Vulcan memorabilia. The role play corner is now alive with scramble, scramble and roaring jet engine sounds. As a follow up the children had a visit from a current Jet2 pilot who talked them through his working day, showed them his uniform and then let them watch a film of his latest take off and landing from inside the cockpit. We now have a class full of budding aviators. SATs are all over! On Friday 18th May School hosted its annual ‘thank goodness SATs have gone disco with games, music and food. Pupils had the chance to relax and put behind them the whole test week. Now on to summer and hopefully some sunshine.

A Very Berry Breakfast Mrs Diane Roxby and Ms Sarah Linley organised a super fun breakfast club on the 18 th May with a themed eat healthy morning. The whole session was about eating fruit, living healthily and keeping fit. Over 30 pupils attended to play games about 5 a day, make a try fruit smoothies and fun cocktails and generally have wonderful fun. The ladies in charge sorted out activities such as blind berry and cracking food clue trial. The children said they loved the Blueberries, blackberries and strawberries but were not too sure about the cranberries! Aside from the impressive mess in the kitchen area the children came away with some really positive attitudes to healthy food!

BMX stunts Keelan Phillips , the current UK BMX stunt champion, was in school on the morning of 28th May as a reward for our winning the Big Pedal. He gave two shows with key stage one and two children and they were all amazed by his skill, balance and bravery. Miss Waszak was also very brave when she had a go at riding without hands as part of a staff challenge (strange how Mr Hall disappeared at this time.....). The older pupils then got a chance to try some stunts of their own, supervised by Keehan. A great morning.

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Dollars Bake In the last week of May all our children had the chance to spend their dollars in dollars shop. Children at Finningley don’t get stars or stickers. They get dollars for attending, working hard or being kind and as they add those dollars up they can buy treats. These range from sllnkies and gliders right up to being the head teacher for a day or baking with Mrs Stevenson. Two of our year 4/5 budding bakers made delicious cup cakes and then shared them with the staff. Splendid.

Jubilee Fun

On the last day of the half term we had a super Jubilee party in school with Mrs Robinson, our cook, putting on a fantastic buffet lunch and children then contributing to a ‘street party’ cake and bun feed in the afternoon. We had fun all day trying out 1950’s games such as shove ha’penny and hoola hoop challenge and children made splendid crowns to celebrate the day. We really wanted to celebrate in style.


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JULY TO SEPTEMBER AUCKLEY SCHOOL HOLIDAY CLUB ACTIVITIES Over the summer holidays we will be providing a large range of activities and trips that cater for children aged 3 to 14. Here are a few brief details of some of our activities being offered; Week 1 – Oriental Week – 23/07/12 – 27/07/12. Includes a trip to Cleethorpes on Tuesday 24th July!! Week 2 – Circus Week – 30/07/12 – 03/08/12. Looking at the acts of the circus. The children will also be making animal masks and performing their own circus show! Week 3- Olympic Week – 06/08/12 – 10/08/12. To celebrate the end of London 2012 we will be holding our own Olympic Week, making medals, torches etc. Big race day will be Friday!! Week 4 – Science Week – 13/08/12 – 17/08/12. To include a trip to Doncaster Museum on Tuesday Week 5 - Dance Week – 20/08/12 – 24/08/12. The children will be making up their own dance routines, and music to accompany them. Get ready for the ‘dance off’ at the end of the week! Week 6 – Nature Week - 27/08/12 – 31/08/12. Nature walks, bug hunting etc. To end the week we will be visiting the Wildlife park on Friday! Prices are £18.00 for a full day - 8.00am until 6.00pm (£15.00 for siblings), or £9.00 for half day – 8.00am until 1.00pm or 1.00pm until 6.00pm (£7.50 for siblings) plus the price of any trips. Children will be given breakfast and an afternoon snack, but will need to bring a packed lunch.

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Auckley Show 2012 July Update The competitions around the show are certainly gaining momentum. Check out the schedule for this year there some subtle changes to take account of your feedback. Please make sure your entries are in and displayed before 11am as judging starts at that time, prompt. The full schedule will be published in the August Arrow. If you wish to plan before this, visit our web site for details www.auckleyshow.co.uk Auction Following presentation of trophies by sponsor Lafarge Aggregates & Concrete UK, Finningley, the auction of all unclaimed entries will take place at 4pm, come and grab a bargain. Entries for all the below are still being taken Junior Fishing Match Wednesday 8th August, Bank End Fisheries Blaxton £5.00 to enter Pegs drawn 10am, Fish 11am to 3pm Auckley Show’s Got Talent Open to all children up to the age of 16 6pm Friday 10th August followed by family disco to 9pm in the Marquee Best Kept Garden Kerbside Judging. Open to all Auckley Residents. This is a pilot and if proves successful we plan to open this up to other neighbouring villages next year. All the above have to be registered, for all enquiries for the above Contact Mandy, 30, Ravenswood Drive Tel 01302 770097 Fun Dog Show with the emphasis on ‘Fun’ I am really looking forward to this new dimension to the show day which I am sure will produce another ‘Pudsey’ plus a barrel of laughs, oohs and aahs. Judging starts 2.30pm on the Show Ground Saturday 11th August. See entry form in Arrow and on our web site www.auckleyshow.co.uk Further details from Cheryl 01302 773019 Mob: 07949 974133 cheryl.manton@hotmail.co.uk Show Jumping this proved exceptionally popular last year now we have moved the event onto the showground, contact Lucy Chappell at Boston Park Farm for entry details.

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Children’s entertainment This year ‘Andy the Clown’ will be joining ‘Mr Magic’ who will lead the fancy dress parade from the Village green at 12 noon. Followed by our traditional Children’s sports, the props get better each year it’s amazing how much fun you can get out of a parachute, hoola hoops and the iconic 70’s bouncing ‘Space Hoppers’ The mums race always produces hysteria. New this year. Cavy Corner will be showing off their Guinea Pigs with an interactive display. Archery, donkey rides, and a selection of inflatables and rides will keep the youngsters entertained. Tug o war Who will take the trophy from last year’s winners the Eagle and Child? Get your team together and get in touch to register. A gallon of ale, trophy and rosettes will be awarded to winning team, not to mention the prestige. Ladies are not excluded from this event. Duck Race down the river Torne organised by the Scouts, ducks available from the Spar at Auckley. In the Main Marquee You will be astounded at the talent of a young key board player ‘Shades of Radiance’. Vocalist Vinny who proved popular last year will be with us again. The Armthorpe Elmfield Brass Band will provide that traditional touch. Trade Stands Applications still being taken, stalls from £20 to trade inside the craft marquee or outside on the showground. Application forms on web site or contact Neil Woodward 770818. Evening Tickets Still available! Finish the day off with a fantastic night out with your friends and family. We create a brilliant community atmosphere in the 150’ x 50’ lined marquee decorated with chandeliers, seductive lighting and balloons. ‘Look Sharp’, a five piece party band, is topping the bill followed by disco to midnight. A two course meal and coffee is included in the price of £25 each. Smart casual clothing is the dress code. Tables of ten can be reserved this year, contact Neil Woodward 01302 770818. Tickets are also available at ‘The Eagle and Child’. Tombola / Raffle Appeal – we still need donations please make time to have clear out and give me call. Lastly a reminder this event is FREE with FREE parking. Come along, support us and enjoy our community spirit. Volunteers still required, come on, get involved. Regards Neil Woodward, Chairman Auckley Show.

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THE AUCKLEY SHOW Judging starts 2.30pm FUN DOG SHOW 2012 Entry form NAME ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. ADDRESS ……………………………………………………………………............................... TELEPHONE……………………..............EMAIL………………………………………………… NAME OF DOG ………………………………………… AGE …………………………………... NAME OF HANDLER ………………………………….. AGE (IF UNDER 16) ……………….. SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN (IF HANDLER UNDER 16) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………........... CLASS(ES) ENTERED

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Most handsome dog

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Cheryl Manton, 29 Ravenswood Drive, Auckley, Doncaster If you require any additional information please contact me on: 01302 773019/07949 974133 cheryl.manton@hotmail.co.uk

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News From Branton St Wilfrid’s Primary School As part of our topic about the seaside, class 1 went to The Deep to find out about animals that live under the water. Our workshop session was called ‘Lost at Sea’ where we had to find out where different creatures lived. Below is Aimee’s recount of our school trip: ‘On Tuesday 29th of May we went to The Deep on a school trip. First we went to a workshop and we were looking at sea creatures that are lost at sea. We had to put them in the right homes. Next we went to look at the fish and I saw a big swordfish. After that we went outside to have our lunch and we sat on some benches attached to a table. Finally we all went into the gift shop and I got a spring with an octopus and a turtle on it. I got a ball with a turtle inside and a pencil with a seal on it and a rubber at the end. I had a fantastic time at The Deep. My favourite bit was in the workshop.’ Aimee We all had a great day and enjoyed looking round The Deep.

Class 1 Visit to The Deep

Royal Diamond Jubilee Day Celebrations We had a lovely celebration day in school on the last Friday before half-term. The children looked absolutely fantastic in their costumes. We had a fabulous range of Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses and red, white and blue themes. Many parents and grandparents joined us for morning assembly, where we learned different facts about the Queen and sang a stirring rendition of the National Anthem whilst waving our Union Jack flags! This was followed by our catwalk parade to show-off the wonderful costumes. At lunchtime the hall was suitably decorated, and tables set with cloths and place cards, each depicting a royal palace. The children enjoyed a picnic style meal, with the whole school and staff eating together. During the course of the day each class completed art and sports activities, all with a royal theme. Our wonderful P.T.A. organised photographers to be in school throughout the day and over 1,000 photos were taken! These will be used to make a Jubilee Celebration booklet depicting a day in the history of Branton St. Wilfrid’s. To complete the day the children were each given a commemorative crown, engraved with the school name, and a Union Jack. Croc-o-mile Day Our wonderful P.T.A. organised this sponsored event, where the children walk four times around the perimeter of the school to complete their Croc-o-mile. They were accompanied by their teachers and a very friendly crocodile!. The event is set to raise well over £1,000 which will be used to fund exciting equipment and visitors into school. Children received crocodile themed rewards for their sponsorship and the class who raised the most money, which was Reception Class, received £50 to spend in their classroom.

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CLASS 6’S VISIT TO MARRICK PRIORY

Straight after half term, Class 6 went on their residential visit to Marrick Priory in the Yorkshire Dales! They spent a fantastic week there, and took part in a wide range of activities. When they arrived, they did an orienteering challenge and then completed a range of team-building and initiative exercises, some of which proved extremely tricky! On Tuesday and Wednesday, the children took part in 4 different activities. They completed a High Ropes course and jumped off the terrifying Leap of Faith. They worked their way through a Low Ropes course, where they scrambled over nets, crawled through tiny tunnels and balanced on beams. Climbing on the rock wall proved an extremely popular activity, and all of the children enjoyed canoeing (and got wet through!). On Thursday, they went on a 7-mile walk in the beautiful countryside surrounding the Priory, visiting Grinton Smelt Mills. The children came home on Friday exhausted but happy, having enjoyed a busy and sometimes challenging week. They returned to school feeling more confident and proud of what they had achieved during a brilliant week at Marrick.

Hayfield Pyramid Rounder's Tournament On Wednesday 30th May, we took our Year 6 mixed Rounder's team to Hayfield School to play in the pyramid tournament. We played 3 games in total and scored a total of 18 and a half rounder's. We won the tournament! We look forward to taking our team to Kirk Sandall on Wednesday 27 th June to play in the Year 6 mixed Rounder's tournament against other Doncaster schools.

Kirk Sandall Rounder's Skills

On Wednesday 13th June, we took our Year 5 boys Rounder's team to Kirk Sandall to play in a Skills competition with different schools from Doncaster. The skills included bowling, batting, throwing, catching and running. We came 4th place of this tournament, having achieved the best score for bowling overall. A special thanks go to all the parents who helped with transport to and from these events and for their support. A big thank you, also, to Mrs Chorlton for helping us to coach our teams on a Tuesday night. These are great achievements and we are all very proud of their success. Well done to you all. We hope you enjoyed reading about all our activities this month. We will share more of our news in the next edition. Best Wishes, C.Barnes, Acting Headteacher

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Diamond Jubilee at Hayfield Lane Primary School As a school we felt that it was important that we celebrated this unique occasion and ensured that the children understood the importance of the event. We therefore decided that the week beginning 28th May was Jubilee Week. We had many things planned for the week including decorating bunting, a coffee morning and a Garden Party. Each class planned some exciting activities for the week: Nursery children played games like ’Balancing a crown on a cushion’ race and ‘Pin the tail on the Corgi’. They built Castles and Palaces with building blocks and decorated Crowns. They also dressed up as Kings and Queens and sat on a Throne! Foundation 2 children decorated plates with pictures of Queen Elizabeth II and things that reminded them of her such as the Royal Family, the Queen’s royal residences and her Corgis. They also found out lots of interesting facts about the Queen’s reign. Year 1 had a fantastic time celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. They designed a special outfit for the Queen to wear, thought about what rules we would make if we were royal and made cakes. They found out lots of things! Year 2 designed and made a commemorative plate. They also researched information on the Queen and imagined what it would be like to rule our Country. They did creative activities based on the Queen and made a class collage titles ‘A Crowd of Queens’. Year 3 were discovering the Royal Family. They created a Royal Family Tree and also made a timeline storyboard about Queen Elizabeth II. They thought about when she became Queen of England and when she celebrated her other Jubilees. Finally they made a poster to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee. Year 4 found out lots of facts about the Queen, her life and duties. Using this information they made a fact file about the Queen. Additionally, they made a patchwork quilt where each pair of children made their own design relating to the Diamond Jubilee. Year 5 have been answering the question; ‘Why is The Queen Cool?’ They learnt about how she became The Queen and what her day to day life involves. They couldn’t believe how busy each day is. They looked at each decade of her reign, found out about the important events that have happened and have learnt about the importance of The Commonwealth. They found it really interesting and their idea that The Queen was just a little old lady who liked knitting (!!) has changed completely. They now have a lot of respect for everything she has achieved during her reign. Year 6 were given the task to research every aspect of the Queen’s life from when she was a little girl to marrying Prince Philip and having her children to her role in the Commonwealth, her public duties and her time as the Queen. They presented all of this information in their own presentation of ‘This Is Your Life’ in an assembly to parents and the rest of the school. The Coffee Morning was a huge success, Parents donated cakes and our Parent Forum volunteered to help out. People from the local community were invited as well as parents and carers. Our Parent Forum members suggested that we could raise money for “Help for Heroes”. We also sold “Help for Heroes” wristbands and held a raffle. We achieved to raise the grand total of £500 for which we are very proud of. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who donated cakes, helped out on the day and those who attended this worthwhile Charity event. Garden Party We held a Garden Party on the afternoon of Friday 1 st June. For which the children were encouraged to come to school that day dressed in very smart clothes, as princes and princesses or just to have a red, white and blue theme. Staff decided that they would treat the children as Royalty for the afternoon and dressed as servants. We chose a Queen and a Prince Philip for the afternoon and had a variety of games and activities including ‘Make a Crown’, ‘Guess Who’, ‘Pin the tail on the Corgi’, Musical chairs, Croquet and some very enthusiastic dancing to music from sixty years ago up to more modern times. After all these activities the children were ready for sandwiches, cakes and a drink. We finished the afternoon by presenting prizes for best bunting and sang The National Anthem to parents. As well as our memories of the week, the school presented every child from our school with a very special memento of a Diamond Jubilee Mug and Jubilee Bookmark. We hope you enjoy a few of the many photographs we took over the week.

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Running Out Of Wine There’s a couple who have just got married, and they’re at their wedding reception. The man is around sixty, and the woman around fifty. It’s been a busy day and so they’re making the most of a quiet moment alone, when all of a sudden a beautiful little silver-winged fairy appears. She says: “For being such an exceptional couple and loving each other to bits, I will grant you each a wish.” The bride says: “I would love to travel around the world on a long cruise with my wonderful husband.” The fairy waves her magic wand and – presto! – two tickets for the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship appear in the bride’s hands. The fairy then turns to the husband, who thinks for a moment and says: “Sorry, darling, but I wish you were forty years younger than me.” The bride and the fairy are very disappointed, but a promise is a promise and a wish a wish, so the fairy waves her magic wand and – presto! – the husband is suddenly ninety years old! Now we’re in July the wedding season is in full flow. There are a number of popular Bible readings at weddings, and recently we had the Wedding at Cana. The wine runs out, so Jesus turns water into the best wine, and this got me thinking about things running out. The point of the story wasn’t about the wine, instead this was a sign. A sign of what we may ask. Well, look what happens. wine runs out. And that’s life. One way or another, the wine always runs out. Whatever the gains, life inevitably entails losses. We grow up and old. Children lose their innocence. Parents see their kids leave home. If we’re lucky enough never to become unemployed, still, one day we will have to retire. Our bodies all start to head south as we lose the battle with gravity (however much gym-time!), while men lose hair where they want it and gain it where they don’t. Aches and pains become more frequent. And no one gets out of here alive. The wine always runs out. Add all the technology you like, human resources come to an end. That’s the bad news. But as a Christian I believe there is amazing good news - the resources of God never run out. New energy springing out of weariness, new opportunities emerging from failure, and new hope arises even in the ashes of doubt and despair. No one lives a life without encountering times when the human resources run out. The encouraging news is that God’s never do and he’s always willing to share them. Blessings Revd. Neil Redeyoff St Saviour's, Auckley & St Oswald's & Holy Trinity, Finningley

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What’s On In Branton And Auckley? Day

Activity

Meeting place

Time

Mon

Pre-School from 2yrs 6 months

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.00—3.30pm

Mon

Weight Watchers

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30am

Mon

1st Doncaster Brownies

Auckley Parish Centre

5.30 - 7.00

Mon

Re hab Pilates

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

2.00—3.00pm

Mon

Friendly Society

Auckley Parish Centre

2.00 - 4.00

Mon

Zumba Gold

Auckley Parish Centre

12—1.30pm

Mon

Line Dancing

Auckley Parish Centre

7.30—9.30

Mon

Simply Singing

Auckley St Saviours Parish Church

10.00-11.30

Mon

Spotlight Dance Studio (Street Dance)

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

4.15—6.15

Vicky 07899980870

Mon

Zumba

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

6.30-7.30pm

Vicky 07899980870

Tue

Coffee Morning

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

10.00-11.30

Sheila 538542

Tue

Art Group

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

1.00-3.00pm

Eddie 537480

Tue

Cubs 8 - 10yrs

Scout Hut, Auckley

6.15 - 7.45

Tue

Pre-School from 2 yrs 6 months

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.00—3.30pm

865405

Tue

Clinical Pilates

Auckley Parish Centre

2.30—3.30pm

07787158180

Tue

Parent and Toddlers

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30 - 11.00

07815 666068

Tue

Ridgeway School of Dance

Auckley Parish Centre

4.00 - 9pm

Tue

Zumba

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

6.30.7.30pm

Debbie 07952756422

Wed

Parent and Toddlers

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30—11.00

07815 666068

Wed

Gentle Exercise

Auckley Parish Centre

2.00 - 3.30

Wed

Soft Play for under 5’s

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

9.45—11.15

Wed

Pre-School from 2 years 6 months

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.00-3.30pm

865405

Wed

Spotlight Dance Studio 3-5yrs

Kilham Hall Branton community Centre

4.15-4.45pm

Vicky 07899 980870

Wed Wed

Spotlight Dance Studio 6-8yrs Spotlight Dance Studio 9-13yrs

Kilham Hall Branton community Centre Kilham Hall Branton community Centre

4.45-5.30pm 5.30-6.15pm

Vicky 07899 980870 Vicky 07899 980870

Wed

Beavers 6 - 8yrs

Scout Hut, Auckley

5.30 - 7.00

Wed

Table Tennis Club

Hayfield Community Sports Centre

7pm

Wed

Chunma Tae Kwon Do (Dave Sutherill)

Auckley Parish Centre

6.15 - 7.45

868431

Wed

Pilates

Auckley Parish Centre

8.00—9.00

01427 752548

Thur

91st Rainbows

Scout Hut, Auckley

5.30 - 6.30

770727

Thur

Explorer Scouts 14-18yrs

Scout Hut, Auckley

7.30 - 9.30

770838

Thur

Pre-School from 2 yrs 6 months

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.00—3.30pm

Thur

Parent and Toddlers

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30 - 11.00

Thur

Coffee Morning

Auckley Parish Centre

10.00—11.30

771525

Thur

Slim & Zumba Exercise

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

9.30-10.45am

Debbie 07952 756422

Thur

Soft Play for under 5’s

Auckley Parish Centre

1.00-3.00pm

Thur

St John Ambulance, 5-10yrs

Auckley Parish Centre

5.30-6.45

535151

Thur

St John Ambulance 10—16yrs

Auckley parish Centre

7.00—8.30

535151

Fri

Scouts 10.5 - 14yrs

Scout Hut, Auckley

7.00 - 9.00

770838

Fri

Pre-School from 2 yrs 6 months

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.00-3.30pm

Fri

Zumba

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

9.30—10.30am

Fri

Music Bugs

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30-11.30am

07827 816175

Fri

Art Group

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

10.30—12.30

Eddie 537480

Fri

BINGO

Auckley Parish Centre

7.00—8.30

Fri

Social Dance

Kilham Hall Branton Community Centre

7.30-10.30pm

Sat

Circuit Training

Auckley Parish Centre

9.00-10am

Sat

Art Class

Auckley Parish Centre

10—12 noon

Sat Sun

Talegate Theatre (Drama) Auckley Parish Ctr Bookings Sunday Club Blaxton Community Hall Bookings

Auckley Parish Centre Contact Margaret Ottewell Auckley Parish Centre

10.30am 11am

Contact 865405 07966 226073 770004 Suzanne 07787

158180 770097

07788262783 817124 571874

770838

710889

771326 Simone 771101

770838 530905 / 07703014818

865405 07815 666068

Simone 771101

865405 Vicky 07899 980870

770714 Cyril 532497 770619 Tony Byrne 728239 07784 560062 886811 770240

Contact Kathleen

771921

Finningley Village Hall Bookings

Contact Elaine McNulty

771699

Kilham Hall, Branton—Bookings

Contact Beverley

07856 221470


What’s On In Finningley & Blaxton? Day

Activity

Meeting place

Time

Contact

Mon

Finningley Babies & Toddler Group

Finningley Village Hall

09.45-11.15

771699

Mon Mon

Good Companions (alternate Monday’s) See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs

Blaxton Community Hall Finningley C o E School

1.30pm—3.30pm 771921 9-12noon 771699

Mon

Scott Stevenson School of Dance

Blaxton Community Hall

5.00—7.15pm

Tue

See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs

Finningley C o E School

9-12 noon

Tue

Soft Play for under 5’s

Blaxton Community Hall

9.45—11.15

Simone 771101

Tue

Indoor Bowls

Blaxton Community Hall

12.30—2pm

771921

Tue

Zumba

Blaxton Community Hall

7.45—8.45pm

07989 828850

Tue Tue

73rd Doncaster Brownies Weight Watchers

Blaxton Community Hall Finningley Village Hall

6.00-7.30pm 5-6.30pm

01427 754896 07966 226073

Wed Wed

Term Time Junior Youth Club See Saw Pre School 2-5yrs

Finningley Village Hall Finningley C o E School

6.30-8.00pm 9-12 noon

772924 771699

Wed

73rd Doncaster Rainbows

Blaxton Community Hall

5.30—6.30

772737

Wed

Zumba Class

Blaxton Community Hall

6.45—7.45

07899 980870

Thur Thur

See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs Art Club

Finningley C o E School Finningley Village Hall

9-12 noon 1.00 -3.30

771699 771800

Thur Thur

Scott Stevenson School of Dance Reach For The Stars-School Dance

Blaxton Community Hall Finningley Village Hall

5.00-7.15pm 4.00-8.30pm

079180203703

Fri Fri

See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs Reach For The Stars-School Dance

Finningley C o E School Finningley Village Hall

9-12 noon 4.00-9.00pm

079180203703

Fri Sun

Zumba Church Sunday School

Finningley Village Hall Finningley Village Hall

9.30—10.30am 9.00-10.00

07899 980870 770607

07787 521700

Monthly Events in Branton, Finningley & Auckley 2nd Wednesday of the month

Auckley Parish Council Meeting

Auckley Parish Centre

7.10pm

770922

Finningley Village Community Group

Finningley Village Hall

7.15pm

770796

Branton Parish Council Meeting

Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane, Branton

7.00pm

772493

2nd Thursday of the month

Branton WI

Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane, Branton

7.20pm

537493

1st Thursday of the month

1st Tuesday of the month 1st Wednesday of the month

Auckley WI

Auckley Parish Centre

7.15—9.30 772065

Wednesday fortnightly

Mobile Library

Branton

1.40pm

873456

Wednesday fortnightly

Mobile Library

Auckley

2.15pm

873456

Wednesday fortnightly

Mobile Library

Gatesbridge Park, Finningley

4pm

873456

2nd Monday in Month

Church Friendship Group

Finningley Village Hall

1.30-3.30

Mrs Huxtable

Last Monday in Month

Doncaster Woodturning Club

Finningley Village Hall

6.00-9.00

832224

Neighbourhood Watch

Finningley Village Hall

7.00pm

770873

Finningley Parish Council

Finningley Village Hall

7.00pm

3rd Thursday in Month

Finningley WI

Finningley Village Hall

7.15-9.00

772539

3rd Tuesday in Month

Tuesday Club

Finningley Village Hall

1.45pm

770992

Monday 23rd July 3rd Tuesday in Month


Advice

General

Citizens Advice Bureaux - Advice line

01302 735225 Doncaster Council - General

01302 734444

Electricity Emergencies

0800 375 675

Post Office—Finningley

01302 770228

Transco - Gas Leaks

0800 111 999

Post Office - Auckley

01302 770250

Yorkshire Water

0845 124 2424 Post Office - Branton

01302 536053

Care in the Community Age Concern Childline

Robin Hood Airport 0800 009966 08001111

01302 801010

Medical Auckley Pharmacy

01302 771392

Burns Medical Centre, Goodison Boulevard

08444 140726

Doncaster Council - Community First

01302736000

NSPCC

0808 8005000 Doctor Okleke, 41 Ellers Lane, Auckley

01302 770327

RSPCA

08705555999

Doncaster Royal Infirmary Hospital

01302 366666

NHS Direct

0845 4647

Community Auckley Parish Council

Oakwood Doctors Surgery, Masham Rd, 01302 770922 Cantley

Branton Parish Council

Weldricks Pharmacy, East Laith Gate, Doncaster 01302 772493 Mon—Sat 9am—10pm, Sun 10am-10pm, Bank 01302 369699 holidays 10am-8pm, 365 days per year.

Safer Neighbourhood Team

01302 537611

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Finningley Parish Council Kilham Hall Community Centre, Branton

07856 221470

Auckley Parish Centre

01302 886811

S Yorkshire Fire Service (non emergency)

0114 272 7202

S Yorkshire Police (non emergency)

0114 2202020

Education Armthorpe Library

01302 833538

Auckley Primary School

01302 770701

Cantley Library

01302 535614

Doncaster Central Library

01302 734305

Doncaster Council - Education

01302 737222

Doncaster Mobile Library

01302 873456

Finningley C of E Primary School

01302 770330

Hayfield School Comprehensive

01302 770589

Hayfield Lane Primary School

01302 770427

Mcauley Catholic High School

01302 537396

St Wilfrid's C of E Primary School

01302 537344

Leisure Armthorpe Sports Centre

01302 834268

My Vue Cinema

08712 240240

The Dome Leisure Centre

01302 370777

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Business Directory To advertise your business in the directory for 12 months call 01302 534256 Domestic Cleaning Svs & Craftsman Campsall Cabinets (and joinery) Doncaster www. Campsallcabinets.co.uk

01302 701801

Grifftile, Tiling Services, Auckley, Doncaster

01302 770768

Poppies of Doncaster, Domestic Cleaning Svs.

01302 533663

Electrical Services Martin Johnson Plumbing & Heating Repairs Executive/Chauffeur Driven/Wedding Transport EX-ZEC Travel Services www.exzectravel.co.uk

01302 845978 07717 300662

01302 820137 07876 595574

Funeral Directors W E Pinder & Sons, Bawtry, Doncaster

01302710285

Garages —Car Service & Repair James Motors, Cantley Lane, Cantley.

01302 370846

The Car Workshop, Armthorpe

01302 834825

General Convenience Stores Spar, Ellers Lane, Auckley

01302771187

Interior Fitted Furniture DC Interiors, Tesco Precinct, Edenthorpe

01302 886790

IT Solutions It To Go Computer Services W: www.ittogo.co.uk E:sales@ittogo.co.uk

01302 352532

Mat & Mouse IT Services Ltd info@matandmouse.co.uk

01302 534449

Medical Health Brian Tansey M.Ch.S., and Associates CHIROPODY/FOOT CLINIC Green Boulevard, Cantley, DN4 6NA Jackie Fletcher BSc Hons. Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser Willow Dental Practice www.thewillowsdentalpractice.co.uk Security Meteor Security Solutions Ltd., Auckley

01302771 392

For care and support when you need it the most Personal service 24 hours a day. Independant family business.

07784123480

Established for 90 years.

01427 872106

01302623427

Taxis Auckley Private Hire, Auckley

01302770097

BJ7 Taxis 4,6,7 & 8 seaters, Cantley

01302531277

19 Thorne Road, Bawtry, Doncaster 01302 710285

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