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Issue 63

Local News Fine Dining with Laurent Berges Parish Council Newsletters Local Christmas Church Services and Special Events Auckley Christmas Market 14th Dec

Merry Christmas to all our readers


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Editors Letter...

Christmas is here and again the villages are buzzing with plans and events to keep us entertained throughout December. There are a number of events listed that I have been made aware of. Once again, we can all look forward to the massively popular Auckley Christmas Market on Tuesday 14th December, this Market gets bigger and better every year. A few other favourites of mine are the Carol singing, now at Kilham Hall in Branton and The Green in Auckley. a Glitter day has once again been organised via St Oswalds and St Saviours for young people on Saturday 11th December. This craft event is free of charge and children spend a couple of hours making beautiful decorations/cards etc. but spaces are limited so be sure to book early. All the details of these events can be found on the news page.

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A new Lunch Club opens on 5th January at Cantley Community Centre, 12 until 3pm. This club is supported by the Alzheimers society in Doncaster and it offers support and information to people with memory loss/dementia and their carers. The club will meet on the first Wednesday of every month 12 until 3pm. Contact details are on the news page. The deadline for the January issue is 10th December, earlier than normal due to the Christmas holidays. I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and all the very best for 2011.

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Auckley Christmas Market, Tuesday 14th December. All the way from London, the Giant Snowglobe will visit our annual Christmas market, for the first time. The Giant Snowglobe is a unique experience providing a winter backdrop for a special photograph. Step inside the globe with snow falling around you and the professionals do the rest! There has been a lot of interest shown in this exciting attraction as its fun for all ages, up to 4 people can climb inside for a group/ family photograph. A very special Christmas gift for grandparents and the photographs are ready for collection on the night. If Santa has time to spare, we may have a visit to the Christmas Market so look out for his grotto! Part of the B1396 Main Street in front of the Auckley Friery leading to Common Lane in Auckley will close to vehicles on Tuesday 14th December from 09:00am 23:59pm. Alternative routes into Auckley will be off Main Street into Ellers Lane leading to Auckley Shops and School Lane from Lidgett Crossroads. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Arrangements have been made for DMBC's Youth Bus to be sited at Kilham Hall car park in Branton on Friday 3 December 2010 between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m.

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Look out for Father Christmas this year, he plans to fly by on the following dates: Hayfield on Thursday 9th December Blaxton/Lindholme Friday 10th December Finningley Thursday 16th December Branton & Auckley Saturday 18th December

Auckley WI Our November meeting was an excellent illustrated talk by Margaret Byrne entitled A Journey through South America. Our December meeting will be a Social Evening. If you would like to attend, please bring an item for a finger buffet faith supper and a gift up to the value of £3, carefully wrapped, because the competition will be how decoratively your gift is wrapped. After the judging the gifts will become Secret Santa Gifts for all those attending! Looking forward to seeing you there. Joan Woffinden

Cantley with Branton WI On October 14th we had our harvest supper. A break from tradition this year we had a pie & pea supper, the pies supplied and served by ―Cook by Name‖ were delicious and everyone enjoyed themselves. At the November meeting we had a demonstration on starters & deserts, with samples to taste, very yummy! The next meeting is on December 9th at Kilham Hall at 7.20pm. Visitors are welcome, the speaker is the Chocolate Man, who will demonstrate chocolate making. Contact Anne Oakes 536802 Chris Cheetham

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First Birthday Celebration Kilham Hall was one year old on the 1st November and a celebration of the event was held at the weekly coffee morning on the 2nd November. A very friendly crowd of the local community enjoyed coffee and cakes, quiz and free raffle. Christine Littlewood, our very own 'Pam Ayres' did a fine oration of her poem specially written for the event: Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the past year and who made our birthday event such a happy occasion. We now have a wonderful Community Hall and we hope that with your help and ideas, we can go from strength to strength in the coming years. Volunteers are always welcome.

Kilham Hall events: Every tuesday 10 a.m. until 11.30 a.m. coffee/chat/ rafflequiz. Come and join us! We are all nice and very friendly. No admittance fee charged. Tuesday and Friday 10 a.m. until 12 noon Art group. Friday night 7.30 p.m. until 10.30 p.m. sequence and ballroom dance. 7th December 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. 'Pie and peas' lunch and coffee morning special Christmas get together. Ticket only, available at Branton Post Office and at our regular tuesday coffee mornings £2 each. We look forward to seeing you. 15th December 6.30 p.m. Don't forget the christmas Carol singing at the Hall, all ages are very welcome. Santa will be visiting! COMPUTER CLASSES - We apologise for any inconvenience caused re the commencement of these classes, due to the illness of the Tutor involved. We will undate you in the New Year. A very Merry Christmas and Happy 2011 to you all. New number for all Kilham Hall bookings 07856221470

Councillor Cynthia Ransome, Portfolio Holder for Neighbourhoods & Communities and Debbie John Lewis, Neighbourhood Manager, Bawtry & Tickhill NT

Doncaster In Bloom 2010 Bawtry & Tickhill Neighbourhood area has won the overall Gold Standard Neighbourhood Award at this years Doncaster In Bloom 2010 competition. The Neighbourhood area includes the villages of Auckley, Blaxton Finningley, Bawtry, Tickhill, Wadworth, Braithwell Micklebring, Stainton Both awards capture not only the floral displays across the area, but take into consideration other environmental factors such as street cleanliness, partnership working and community involvement. The judging panel went across the borough to check for the design and quality of floral displays and the standard of maintenance as well as the environmental quality with absence of litter, dog fouling, graffiti, fly posting and weeds. Neighbourhood Manager Debbie John-Lewis for the area said ‗it was extremely pleasing to receive the award, the team have worked extremely hard over the past year and its great to see that the level of dedication and effort involved has been recognised by all‘

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News, News, News, News, News, News... Auckley Diamond Jubilee is a newly formed fund raising group and we are raising funds to celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee Anniversary in 2012. We are organising various events over the next 18 months to raise funds so that Auckley can celebrate the occasion. One of our fund raisers is a monthly Alpha draw, which is drawn on the 28th of every month. The three winning letters for Octobers draw are e r i the letters can be in any order on your ticket, the prize money was £80 and there were NO WINNERS, therefore the prize money will rollover to November's draw and a minimum of £160 prize money. Tickets are now on sale at £1 for your selection of 3 letters from the alphabet. To get your tickets contact Pete 771460. Marilyn Cockett, Project/Event Organiser.

FAB Parishes Glitter Days On Saturday 11th December both Auckley and Finningley churches will be holding a children‘s Glitter Day where children will have the opportunity of creating Christmas related crafts and decorations. This is now becoming a regular Christmas favourite at St Saviours and has been on the calendar at Finningley for many a year. There are limited spaces at each event so please book early by contacting Marlene Spencer [tel:770978] for the Auckley session which will be held between 10am and 12.30pm in Auckley Parish Centre and Karen Robinson [tel :770607] for the Finningley event, which will be held between 2pm and 4.30pm in Finningley church.

Church Panto If you have seen our last two pantos then you won't want to miss this one and if you havn't seen one yet then keep this date free. We will be performing this year‘s panto called 'The Wild West - a Parable Panto' in Finningley Church on Sunday 12th December and will again be putting on two performances these being a matinee at 2.30pm and evening performance at 6pm. Tickets are on sale now priced £2.50 to include light refreshments and are available in person from Karen or give her a ring on 770607 to book in for this festive treat.

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Finningley Village Tuesday Club Tuesday the 23rd of November saw the final meeting for 2010 as the group, along with ―The Friendship Group‖ which meets the second Monday of each month, are off to enjoy the delights of Harewood House Christmas Display and Craft Fayre. This year we have enjoyed a very interesting and informative talk from The Ambulance Service First Responders Representative, a personal perspective on the feelings and experiences of being evacuated by Mrs. Jean Richards and a very much appreciated and eye opening view of school and family life from retired headmaster Mr. Norman Britton. Our 2011 programme will commence on January 25th, with Mr Hugh Parkin who will give an illustrated talk about ―The History of the Doncaster Plant Works‖ while February 15th will see us once again gathering for a repeat of our very enjoyable Lunch and Afternoon Dance. From all in the Tuesday Group, a somewhat early but warmly meant Happy Christmas and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year.

Alzheimer‟s Society Lunch Club opening on 5th January, 12—3pm at Cantley Community Centre, Goodison Boulevard. A social event, giving support and information to people with memory loss/dementia and their carers—A free lunch is provided. For more details contact 01709 580543.

The Minster Church of Doncaster Saturday 4th December 10am to 4pm FREE VICTORIAN EXPERIENCE with fantastic shopping opportunities Meet Queen Victoria and Father Christmas 5pm Old Time Music Hall £3.50 admission with Afternoon Tea

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Christmas Services and Events in Branton, Finningley, Auckley & Blaxton Fri 3rd Dec Sun 5th Dec

Sat 11th Dec

5-7pm 1-5pm

St Wilfrids School, Branton Auckley Parish Centre

Christmas Fair Finding Christ at Christmas

5.30pm

St Saviours, Auckley

Advent Praise

10- 12.30pm

Auckley Parish Centre

Glitter Day

St Oswalds Church, Finningley Sun 12th Dec 2.30pm & 6pm St Oswalds Church, Finningley

Glitter Day

Tue 14th Dec 6.30pm

St Saviours, Auckley

Parish Christingle Service

The Green, Auckley

Christmas Market

Wed 15th Dec 6.30pm

Kilham Hall, Branton

Christmas Carol Singing

Sun 19th Dec 4pm

St Saviours, Auckley St Oswalds Church, Finningley

Carol Service

Tue 21st Dec 7pm

Main Street, Auckley

Carols Around The Tree

Fri 24th Dec

4pm

St Oswalds Church, Finningley

10pm

St Saviours, Auckley

11.30pm

St Oswalds Church, Finningley St Oswalds Church, Finningley

Nativity & Christingle Service Christmas Eve Communion Christmas Eve Communion Christmas Family Communion

2-4.30pm

4-9pm

6.30pm

Sat 25th Dec

10am

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Carol Service

No Service at Auckley Sun 26th Dec 10am

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Auckley Parish Council Newsletter November/December 2010 www.auckleyvillage.co.uk Christmas Celebrations

The Christmas Market will again be held at Main Street Auckley on Tuesday, 14 th December 2010, commencing at 4.00 p.m. There will be a variety of goods available for sale including fresh meat, home-made cakes, Christmas decorations, toys, jewellery, sweets, etc.

„Carols Round the Tree‟ Our carol singing round the tree at Main Street will take place on the following Tuesday, i.e. the 21st December 2010, commencing at 7.00 p.m. The Armthorpe Elmfield Band will accompany the singing and Santa will make a visit. A collection will be made in aid of Comforts for Patients of the Coronary Care Unit at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.

Christmas Tree at Hurst Lane The Parish Council would like to thank DMBC‘s Neighbourhood Services for funding the Christmas tree and lights to be installed at Hurst Lane, Auckley, opposite the Hayfield School.

Removal of Main Street Bus Shelter Council is liaising with the landowner to try and reach a satisfactory conclusion.

Cars Parked on the Highway

Most of the streets in Auckley are narrow in width, consequently vehicles parked on the road can cause congestion and could lead to emergency services being unable to gain access to properties. In the interests of safety, would residents please park vehicles on their drives, rather than leaving them out on the highway.

Parking On Double Yellow Lines Outside Shops The local Police are monitoring the safety situation regarding vehicles parked in front of the shops at Ellers Lane, and will issue tickets to anyone (apart from disable drivers or passengers) seen parking on the double yellow lines. This practice leads to congestion and creates a hazard for pedestrians and motorists wishing to use the highway. It is appreciated, of course, that the majority of customers are not from the village.

Local Bus Service

Council has received a number of complaints from residents with regard to buses not turning up or arriving late on the Doncaster/ Finningley route (Bus Service No. 91). The Parish Councils of Auckley, Blaxton and Cantley with Branton are to request a meeting with a representative of South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive to discuss this matter.

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Cantley With Branton Parish Council Winter 2010 Newsletter

www.cantleywithbrantonparish.co.uk Visit of the Youth Bus Arrangements have been made for DMBC‘s Youth Bus to visit Branton on Friday 3 December 2010. The bus will be parked in the car parking area in front of Kilham Hall at the Kilham Lane recreation ground from 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Parking on Grass Verges Residents are asked not to park on the grass verges around the parish and particularly the newly seeded verges on Doncaster Road at the junctions with Chapel and Whiphill Top Lanes in order to retain their appearance. Your cooperation with this is greatly appreciated. Christmas Carol Singing This will take place on Wednesday 15 December 2010 at 6.30 p.m. at Kilham Hall Kilham Lane Branton accompanied by the Armthorpe Elmfield Brass Band and attended by children from Branton St Wilfrid‘s School. Festive refreshments for a small charge will be available and also a raffle. Your Parish Councillors If you have any issues to raise or require any information please contact a member of the parish council or contact the Clerk to the Council if you wish to include an item on the agenda for consideration. Parish Councillors

Email Address

Gillian Warrender (Chair)

Telephone 537713

Jennifer Worthington (Vice-Chair)

Jennifer.worthington@homecall.co.uk

771244

Barbara Fussey *

barbarafussey@gmail.com

536053

Yvonne Butterworth Brian Cheetham

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John Shepherd Michelle Sidebottom

831373 539069

michelle@arrowpublications.co.uk

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julia.staniforth@mypostoffice.co.uk

772493

Clerk to the Council Julia Staniforth

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BLAXTON PARISH COUNCIL NEWSLETTER WINTER 2010 How to contact your Parish Councillors Norma Mc Carron Tel 01302 770418 Len Hornsby Tel 0102 770109 Patricia Schofield Tel 01302 770248 Peter Oliver Tel 01302 771374 Parish Council vacancy If you are interested in joining the Parish Council as a Councillor please contact the Clerk to the Council by e mail at clerk_bpc@btinternet.com or tel 01302 770324 31st December 2010. Have your say Parish Council meetings are usually held on the third Thursday of each month in the Village Hall at 7:30pm. At the start of each meeting the Parish Council has a public participation session for 15 minutes. Why not come along and raise issues you think the Parish Council should be looking at. Bluebell Roundabout The Bluebell Roundabout was not planted up during the summer as the ground was being prepared in readiness for the autumn when the roundabout will be planted up with a range of plants and shrubs to provide all year round interest. Planters The Parish Council wishes to express its disappointment that the planter outside the Bluebell Pub had been vandalised. It cost £125 to make it good again. The Parish Council have made provision for the planters to be planted up 3 times per year with seasonal plants & bulbs; Spring, Summer and Winter. If you have any comments regarding the planters please let us know by contacting the Clerk at clerk_bpc@btinternet.com or tel: 01302 770324 Need a room for a meeting or a function? Why not consider hiring the Village Hall. Contact the booking secretary Mrs Ramsbottom for availability and costs on 01302 771921

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Hayfield SCHOOL LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT NEWS!

Germany Trip! On July 4th 2010 some of the pupils in yr8 from Hayfield School went on a trip to Germany and stayed at Hotel Erholung in St Goarhausen beside the river Rhine.

Forty lucky students in year 8 from Hayfield School recently went to the Château du Broutel in northern France and a wonderful time was had by all!

While we were there we visited Siegfrieds Mechanisches Musikkabinett (Siegfried‘s music museum). It was really interesting and we listened to some really original pieces of music. In the mornings we had a choice to get up and go for a run or stay in bed for a lie in. I got up and went for a run by the river on most mornings because you saw the sunrise behind the castles. It was amazing!

I have some amazing memories from France. Some I will remember forever. Now I don‘t regret those early morning 6am starts at the Château. We stayed in an historic chateau in spacious rooms. The meals provided maximum fill-up and opened up opportunities to eat French cuisine.

Along the Rhine there are lots of different castles; one of them is Burg Maus where we watched a fascinating falconry display. In the 6 days that we spent there we went wine tasting, swimming, shopping, German bowling, mini-golfing, had a boat trip down the river and went on 3 chair lifts! On the last day we had a talent competition. There were a variety of acts ranging from singers to comedians and we had our own panel of judges. I decided to enter and sang for everyone! I was very pleased when they gave me the highest score and I won a big bag of sweets! It was a great trip and we all really enjoyed it! Thank you to the teachers that took us and organised it: it was fanatastic! By Amelia Kitchener

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We travelled around Rue and Amiens as well as visiting a chocolate factory and a snail farm, sampling both but preferring chocolate! But the place I enjoyed the most was Paris! On the way up the Eiffel Tower I was shaking really badly as it was exceptionally high. We stepped onto the viewing platform of the tower and it was all worth it as the view from the top was spectacular. Afterwards we went on a relaxing boat trip to see more sights. As you girls out there should know, no trip to France is complete without a spot of shopping. So we went to Amiens and after visiting the magnificent gothic cathedral, we had a good old shop in the centre of town. From the information evening to getting off the coach at school it was just amazing; even the mosquitoes couldn‘t spoil it! By Sophie Moseley

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Branton Juniors FC are currently fundraising to send the boys to Amsterdam next Easter to play in the Amsterdam Tournament! This seasons Branton Juniors Under 14's team was formed in 2002 with local boys from Branton and Auckley, most of those same boys who started when they were 6 years old are still playing for the team. Their first trophy came in the Summer of 2003 with a Tournament win at Bentley, since then they have won tournaments at Dunscroft (twice) and Sprotbrough (3 times). In recent years they have finished 4th and 3rd in the Doncaster District Premier League and currently stand 2nd in the same League and pushing for this years title. Next Easter the team are organising a tour to Amsterdam to experience playing in the Amsterdam Tournament which involves 200 teams of children from 10 different countries which will be a great experience for them all. The team are fundraising and ask if anyone would like to donate a raffle prize for their Christmas raffle or if any local business would like to sponsor their new kit (picture attached) then please contact Andy Buddle the team manager on 770364. Back row from left to right: Sammy Kynman, Rhys Barker, James Milner, Tom Rhymes, Tobi Nicol, Dylan Foster, Danny Mould, Joey Billins Front row from left to right: Conor Barker, Jack Farrar, James Buddle, Luke Scollins, Adam Cole, James Foster, Shahzeb Rehman

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Fine Dining With Laurent Berges Venison and Duck terrine Terrines tend to be underrated in the UK. Terrines are very flavoursome and are easy to make. They can be prepared a couple of days before, thus giving you more time with your guests, and still provide a great looking and tasting first or second course! Most high profile restaurants will have terrines on the menu several times during the year. Many Michelin Starred chefs have perfected terrines to an absolute art. The recipe below will be a perfect Christmas dish. It is a great start to making terrines. The idea of the terrine, is that when sliced and beautifully presented on a plate, it offers great visual effects and very specific, concentrated flavours.

Ingredients (Serves 8-10):

For the forcemeat mixture: 600g best sausage meat 1 organic free range egg 1 bunch of parsley, chopped 1 handful of finely chopped lemongrass sprigs 12 juniper berries, crushed 2 garlic cloves, chopped 25ml of cherry brandy, a large spoon of goose fat 25 ml of red wine, a large spoon of organic double cream Salt and pepper For the game meat mixture: 500g best venison 500g best duck breast (the large fat kind) Sunflower oil, for frying 400g best streaky bacon

Instructions:

Preheat the oven to 170C/325F/Gas Mark 3. Top of Form Remove the rind from the bacon slices. Stretch each slice out using the back of knife. Line a ceramic terrine dish with the bacon, carefully overlapping the slices, and leave long ends hanging over the sides to fold over later. In a large recipient, mix together all the ingredients for the forcemeat. Cut the venison and duck into long strips, heat some oil over a medium heat in a frying pan and fry the two meats separately for 8-10 minutes each until browned. Reserve aside. Layer the forcemeat with the fried game meat (starting and ending with forcemeat), seasoning as you go. You can either mix the duck and venison or make each layer a separate meat. The trick is to pack the layers tightly and fill in all the gaps with forcemeat, aiming for a dense texture. When you reach the final layer, neatly fold the bacon strips carefully over the top to seal. Cover with the terrine lid or kitchen foil. Place the dish in a roasting pan half full of water and cook in the oven for about 2 hours. You may need to add more boiling water several times during cooking. The terrine is done when a skewer comes out of it piping hot. It is essential to press down the terrine as it cools – preferably overnight. Use a dish that just fits within the edges of the terrine and weigh it down with something heavy. Carefully remove the terrine from the cooking dish, without breaking it. Use a very sharp knife to slice the terrine into 1.5 cm slices. Present each slice on a large white plate. Garnish with micro salad leaves, splashes of olive oil and balsamic vinegar vinaigrette, sweet chutney, buttered dark rye bread and warm toasted French bread. Notes: if you are confident with making terrines, you could add layers to the recipe above. For example, you could add flavours and colours by creating layers with asparagus, leeks, red peppers, or even nuts. The visual result will be outstanding!

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FINNINGLEY PARISH COUNCIL Website: www.finningleyvillage.co.uk Newsletter - December 2010 Village Pond

The question of the water quality in our village pond has been a long held concern for the parish council and many of the villagers. We have tried a number of ways to get rid of the algae, all without success. The Parish Council is very aware that the pond is a central feature of the village and will continue to try and make the pond and surrounds something of which we are all proud. If you have any ideas on how to get rid of the algae, please get in touch.

Playing Field

The playing field committee is happy to report that Doncaster Cricket Club will commence regular cricket matches on the field in the 2011-2012 season. As well as bringing much needed extra revenue to the Playing Fields Association they will provide extra week-end viewing for users of the play areas. Dog walkers are always welcome, but do remember that the playing field bye-laws require your dog to be on the lead, and that you could face a fine if you do not clear up your dog‘s mess. Responsible dog owners rarely get any recognition for their part in helping keep our village clean by clearing up their animals‘ droppings whilst out and about, so here is a thank-you to those of you who do, it is appreciated.

Winter

As the bad weather looms and the nights have drawn in, please keep a check on elderly neighbours and the vulnerable in the village. Remember too that crime is a 24/7 industry. If you do see anything suspicious at any time please report it to the police.

Notice Board

The board for the parish council notices is now situated by the duck pond.

Finally, your parish council would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year

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News from Branton St Wilfrid’s C.E. Primary School Official Opening of the Remodelled School We were very pleased to welcome Steven, Bishop of Sheffield, together with parents, relatives, pupils, governors, colleagues from the Diocese, architects, contractors and friends of the school for a special service to officially open and bless our remodelled school building. Our building work lasted for 10 months, January to October 2009, and our building team returned at the end of July and through August of 2010 to complete the refurbishment and reroofing of the school hall. In this time, essentially a new school has been created within the envelope of the old building with all classrooms either rebuilt or remodelled, new link corridors, new toilet and cloakroom facilities, new study room, new library, new ceilings and lighting, heating, classroom sink areas, new flooring and redecoration throughout. A major part of the building work was our new pitched roof, which replaced our former flat roof which leaked in many places. Bishop Steven led an engaging service for the pupils and our Jubilate Club sang beautifully. Class 2 Visit to Abbeydale Museum-articles by Jasmine and Joshua When we arrived at Abbeydale Museum we met Florence Nightingale. She was packing her trunk. She put in soap, a hot water bottle, a lantern, a chamber pot, sheets, bandages, scrubbing brushes and she took her cat. The girls dressed up as nurses and the boys dressed up as soldiers. The soldiers were dirty and covered in blood. The girls had to put clean sheets and bandages on the soldiers and clean up the rats. After that we split into two groups. One group wrote with old ink pens and the other went to the forge. By Jasmine Truman When we got to Abbeydale Museum we met Florence Nightingale. She showed us a picture of the Crimean War and she was cross. She asked if she could be a nurse, but her parents said no because it was a dirty job. When Florence got to Scutari Hospital there were soldiers who were ill. She was very cross because it was dirty, so she asked the nurses to help. She was very bossy and told them what to do. She said I need clean sheets and bandages putting on the soldiers, so the nurses did that.

By Joshua Wood


Class 6 Visit to Eden Camparticle by Ben On Wednesday November 3rd, Class 6 and I went to Eden Camp, which was a Prisoner of War Camp in World War 2, and is currently a museum about the war. The first thing we saw when we arrived was a static display of World War 2 aircraft and land vehicles. The camp consists of a series of huts which show different aspects of the War. Hut 1 was about the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party. There was quite a lot of writing in this hut. I found out how many people came to listen to Hitler speak - there must have been hundreds of thousands! I enjoyed Hut 5, which told me about the Blitz in World War 2. It was horrible to have your house bombed. If you were in your house when it was bombed, you would either be killed from the smoke of the explosion, or your house falling down. Hut 6 was the Music Hall, where we watched a puppet show about World War 2 entertainment. There would be shows to lift people's spirits up, so they would not think they would get bombed at any minute. These shows would be lively, and would include songs which people could sing along to. I really enjoyed Hut 20, which was about the Bevin Boys, who worked down the mines. The only light in the mine was from the Davey Lamp. It was very hard to see where you were going in this hut! This was a very good school trip. I found out lots of facts about World War 2.

By Ben Crowston

Remembrance Day Every year we sell poppies and collect contributions for the British Legion, Year 6 pupils study what life was like during World War II and we always observe the two minutes’ silence, as it is so important for our children to learn about the sacrifice made by so many in the service of our country. Many thanks to the Parish Council who send us a poppy wreath each year. This is a focal point for our acts of worship around Remembrance Day and the wreath is taken to St Wilfrid’s Church, on behalf of all the children and staff, for the Remembrance Sunday service. ChristmasFayre Members of the local community are welcome to join us for our Christmas Fayre on Friday 3rd December 5-7 pm. Father Christmas will be in his grotto and we will have many craft stalls, tombola, white elephant, mulled wine and refreshments etc. with all proceeds going to our School Fund. This year will be our best raffle ever. We are very grateful for the generous support of the www.ebuyer.com company, who have donated a brand new boxed 32 inch LCD television for our first prize! Best Wishes E.A. Crayton Head teacher

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School News from Auckley J & I School

Harvest Festival A special harvest display looked ―pretty scrumptious‖ at Auckley‘s Harvest festival. Years 1 and 2 entertained parents with their ―food poems‖ and harvest work. Year 6 children, along with the community wardens gave out the harvest gifts to the elderly residents within Auckley village. Mrs Evans would like to give special thanks for all the kind words and thank you cards received from community members.Y

6 Animation Y6 had a terrific day of animation supported by the ‗City learning centre‘. The children made animation settings, plasticine models for the purpose of producing a 3D stop motion comedy animation of a Greek Olympic event with a twist.

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Halloween It was a spooky Halloween at Auckley School. A great time was had by all at the Halloween disco, and even the school cooks joined in the fun with their amazing Halloween costumes and special cakes just for the occasion.

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Grand Christmas Draw 2010 Doncaster Athletic Club‘s Grand Christmas Draw to raise money to replace ageing equipment will take place at half time in the

Doncaster Rovers v Middlesbrough game on Friday 17th December 2010 To buy a ticket, contact Steve on 07969 155787 Tickets also available from the Club Tuck Shop on Tuesdays and Thursday nights at training from 18:00 to 20:00 hrs.

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Doncaster Advanced Motorists Beyond the Standard Driving Test Seasons greeting to you all, A good gear change is so smooth that your passengers won‘t even notice it has taken place. To achieve this smoothness, you must select a gear that matches the engine speed and road speed, and you must use the accelerator and clutch skilfully. Your goal is to drive as smoothly as possible all times. Drivers often get a false perception of how smooth their driving is, because they have the steering wheel for support. Ask your passengers for an assessment of your driving smoothness, or watch them in your peripheral vision. If they are rocking around as you negotiate a roundabout or corner, your technique isn‘t smooth enough and needs more work. When changing up a gear, release the accelerator and depress the clutch simultaneously, and only press the accelerator again as your foot is releasing the clutch. Expert timing will produce silky-smooth changes every time. When changing down a gear, you‘ll increase smoothness by matching the engine speed to the road speed with a brief blip of the accelerator. Good gear changes re also good for your car (and wallet). They keep your clutch and gearbox in excellent, condition for longer and save petrol. Poor gear changes and ―riding the clutch‖ causes expensive premature wear. Block changing-changing gear from say, third to fifth or fifth to second in one movement is an important part of Advanced Driving. Advanced Drivers make excellent progress by applying firm acceleration whenever it is safe and applicable. This could often mean reaching a 60mph speed limit in, say, third gear after an overtake manoeuvre. What is the point in changing from third to fourth and fourth to fifth just to maintain the same speed? This is an opportunity to minimise your driving inputs (and your fuel consumption) by changing straight from third into top gear missing out fourth gear. Like wise on approaching a roundabout or junction, slow your speed, by using your acceleration sense or brakes, and then select the gear for your exit. This may well mean changing straight from fifth to second. You should always aim to make gear changes after braking and before you turn the steering wheel. This produces a smooth, safe, progressive and economical drive, which your passengers will really appreciate. If you are interested in further information regarding the courses that we offer, you‘ll be able to find this information on the Institute of Advanced Motorists website at www.iam.org.uk or Tel: 020 8996 9600 Have a Merry Xmas and a very happy new year. Safe Driving Paul Tuke. Senior Training Observer Doncaster Advanced Motorists.

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St Saviours, Auckley

St Oswald‟s & Holy Trinity, Finningley

A Treadmill for Christmas? You can probably tell by my physique that I used to be a member of a gym. To give you some idea, think of Gavin Henson‘s muscles on Strictly Come Dancing. Thought of them? Yes? Well I‘m nothing like that! But I did once go regularly to the gym. I didn‘t mind the rowing machine, the cycling machine, the cross country skiing machine, or even the steps machine, but I hated, detested, abhorred, the running machine – the treadmill! That small area of material that never ends; it keeps turning, ever faster, and has the ability to take you from vertical to horizontal in a split second! Occasionally, the TV would be switched on too, so not only did you have to try and remain upright, keep up with the speed, monitor your heart rate, and attempt to breathe on a fairly regular basis; you also had to contend with the distractions that the Jeremy Kyle Show threw at you. As I ran, somewhat out of control and giraffe like, the following words would often come in to my mind. Round, like a circle in a spiral Like a wheel within a wheel. Never ending or beginning, On an ever spinning wheel Like a snowball down a mountain Or a carnival balloon Like a carousel that's turning Running rings around the moon

Jack, Hannah, Joseph, Neil and Catherine

On the machine was a huge red emergency stop button, there were many an occasions when I wanted to press it, however the fear that the machine would stop, throwing me headlong into the TV screen, and causing me to plant a huge kiss on Jeremy Kyle, was enough of a deterrent to stop me from hitting it. Eventually, I stopped going to the gym, and yes you can tell! I‘m not as trim and healthy as I could be. The treadmill experience put me off and I forgot what the gym experience was all about – the good of my health. The whole experience was taken over by the never ending treadmill, which I believed I had to do because everyone else did it. Why didn‘t I just get off? Christmas can be like that, a treadmill, a wheel within a wheel, a snowball down a mountain. We get caught up in all the paraphernalia and forget that Christmas is really about celebrating the birth of Christ. Why not jump off the commercial treadmill of Christmas, remember what it‘s really all about, and not forget that Christ is good for your spiritual health! I pray you have a Christ filled Christmas and peaceful New Year. 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

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.15 - 11.45

Contact

Mon

Branton Junior Blades -Football

St. Wilfrids, Branton

3.45 - 4.45

Mon

1st Doncaster Brownies

Auckley Parish Centre

5.30 - 7.00

773174

Mon

Friendly Society

Auckley Parish Centre

2.00 - 4.00

770097

Mon

Line Dancing

Auckley Parish Centre

7.30—9.30

817124

Mon

Simply Singing

Auckley St Saviours Parish Church

10.00-11.30

571874

Tue

Coffee Morning

Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane, Branton

10.00-11.30

537713

Tue

Cubs 8 - 10yrs

Scout Hut, Auckley

6.15 - 7.45

770838

Tue

Pre-School from 2 yrs

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.15—11.45

865405

Tue

Parent and Toddlers

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30 - 11.00

07815 666068

Tue

Slimlines Slimming Club

Auckley Parish Centre

5.00—7.00

01405 818564

Tue

Ridgeway School of Dance

Auckley Parish Centre

4.00 - 8.30

710889

Wed

Parent and Toddlers

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30—11.00

Wed

Gentle Exercise

Auckley Parish Centre

2.00 - 3.30

771326

Wed

Pre-School from 2 years

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.15 - 11.45

865405

Wed

Beavers 6 - 8yrs

Scout Hut, Auckley

5.30 - 7.00

770838

Wed

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

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.15—11.45

865405

Thur

Parent and Toddlers

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30 - 11.00

07815 666068

Thur

Coffee Morning

Auckley Parish Centre

10.00—11.30

771525

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

Auckley Nursery School Building

9.15 - 11.45

865405

Fri

Music Bugs

Auckley Parish Centre

9.30-11am

08445 781016

Fri

BINGO

Auckley Parish Centre

7.00—8.30

770714

Fri

Mod’ Sequence & Ballroom Dance

Kilham Hall, Branton

7.30-10.30

865405

07815 666068

Contact Margaret Ottewell Kilham Hall, Branton—Bookings Contact Gillian Warrender Monthly Activity Meeting place

Time

2nd Wednesday of the month

Auckley Parish Council Meeting

Auckley Parish Centre

7.10pm

770922

1st Wednesday of the month

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

Auckley WI

Auckley Parish Centre

7.15—9.30

771327

Thursday fortnightly

Mobile Library

Branton

1.40pm

873456

Thursday fortnightly

Mobile Library

Auckley

2.15pm

873456

Auckley Parish Ctr Bookings

886811 07856221470

Contact


What‟s On In Finningley? Day

Activity

Meeting place

Time

Contact

Mon

Finningley Babies & Toddler Group

Finningley Village Hall

09.45-11.15

771699

Mon

See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs

Finningley C o E School

9.15-11.45

771699

Tue

See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs

Finningley C o E School

9.15-11.45

Tue

73rd Doncaster Brownies

Blaxton Community Hall

5.45—7.15pm

01427 754896

Wed

Term Time Junior Youth Club

Finningley Village Hall

6.30-8.00pm

772924

Wed

See Saw Pre School 2-5yrs

Finningley C o E School

9.15-11.45

771699

Wed

Journey Christian Library

Finningley Village Hall

1.15-2.45

Every fortnight

Wed

73rd Doncaster Rainbows

Blaxton Community Hall

5.30—6.30

772737

Thur

See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs

Finningley C o E School

9.15-11.45

771699

Thur

Art Club

Finningley Village Hall

1.00 -3.30

771800

Thur

Reach For The Stars-School Dance

Finningley Village Hall

4.00-7.00pm

079180203703

Fri

See Saw Pre school 2-5yrs

Finningley C o E School

9.15-11.45

Fri

Reach For The Stars-School Dance

Finningley Village Hall

4.00-8.30pm

079180203703

Church Sunday School

Finningley Village Hall

9.00-10.00

770607

Finningley Village Hall Bookings

Contact Elaine McNulty

Sun

Monthly

771699

Activity

Meeting place

Time

Contact

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

7.00-9.00

814656

Monday 18th October

Neighbourhood Watch

Finningley Village Hall

7.00pm

770873

3rd Tuesday in Month

Finningley Parish Council

7.00pm

3rd Thursday in Month

Womans Institute

Last Tuesday in Month

Tuesday Club

Finningley Village Hall Finningley Village Hall Finningley Village Hall

7.15-9.00

771437

1.45pm

770992


Advice

General

Citizens Advice Bureaux - Advice line

01302 735225 Doncaster Council - General

01302 734444

Electricity Emergencies

0800 375 675

Doncaster Tax Office

0845 3667802

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 Burns Medical Centre, Goodison Boulevard

08444 140726

Doctor Okleke, 41 Ellers Lane, Auckley

01302 770327

Doncaster Council - Community First

01302736000

NSPCC

0808 8005000 Doncaster Royal Infirmary Hospital

01302 366666

RSPCA

08705555999

NHS Direct

0845 4647

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

01302 369699

Community Auckley Parish Council

Oakwood Doctors Surgery, Masham Rd, 01302 770922 Cantley

Branton Parish Council

01302 772493

Safer Neighbourhood Team

01302 385338

Doncaster Childrens Information Service

0800 138 4568

Kilham Hall, Branton

01302 537713

Business Directory Architect Wright Design

01302 886811 Revive Beauty Salon, Branton

S Yorkshire Fire Service (non emergency)

0114 272 7202 Domestic Cleaning Svs & Craftsman

S Yorkshire Police (non emergency)

0114 2202020

Armthorpe Library

01302 833538

01302 537912

Advanced Plastering Home Improvements

01302 723560 07842 684007

D & M Upvc & Window Cleaning Services

07866 878185

David Wade Joinery, Doncaster

01302 701801

Floor Coverings of Doncaster

01302 812198

JHS Joinery, Auckley

01302 775184

Grifftile, Tiling Services, Auckley, Doncaster

01302 770768

Auckley Primary School

01302 770701

Cantley Library

01302 535614

Doncaster Central Library

01302 734305

Doncaster Council - Education

01302 737222 LTJ Plastering Services

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 Funeral Directors

St Wilfrid's C of E Primary School

01302 537344 W E Pinder & Sons, Bawtry, Doncaster

Poppies of Doncaster, Domestic Cleaning Svs.

07932 491 022 01302 533663

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

01302 370846 01302 834825 01302710285

General Convenience Stores

Leisure

Spar, Ellers Lane, Auckley Armthorpe Sports Centre

01302 834268 Interior Fitted Furniture

My Vue Cinema

08712 240240 DC Interiors, Tesco Precinct, Edenthorpe 01302 370777

The Dome Leisure Centre

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01302 733622

Beauty & Hair

Auckley Parish Centre

Education

01302 537611

01302771187 01302 886790

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IT Solutions DSITC Ltd, Computer Repairs, Auckley

08082240018

Mat & Mouse, info@matandmouse.co.uk

01302 534449

Medical Arthur Leach Optician, Church St., Armthorpe

01302 830168

Chiropodist Health Professions Council Registered / Home Visit Service. Contact Brian Tansey M.Ch.S., S.R.Ch. Jackie Fletcher BSc Hons. Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser

01302534959 01677426555 07784123480

Party Time & Entertainment Palfrey‘s Lodge & Jungle Jacs, Acacia Rd, Cantley 01302534511 Security Meteor Security Solutions Ltd., Auckley

01302 623427

Taxis & Driving Schools Auckley Private Hire, Auckley

01302770097

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

01302531277

Cantley Driving school, www.cantleydrivingschool.co.uk

01302535939

JPDS Driving School, Auckley

01302775317

The Workbench Joinery & Building Services Established 1963

Full workshop facilities available Mark Turner Proprietor Ivy Cottage 27 Main St., Auckley, DN9 3HT

01302 771839 07966 178639 www.joinersdoncaster.co.uk

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Dec 10, Issue 63, The Branton & Auckley Arrow