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The Covering Sprotbrough, Barnburgh, Harlington & Warmsworth

July 2012

Issue No. 52

Sprotbrough Road Race Warmsworth Gala Saturday 14th July

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Editor’s Letter... You will notice a change in this month’s Arrow! We are combining two magazines to make one, The Sprotbrough Arrow, which is now in its 5th year and our latest magazine, The Warmsworth & Barnburgh Arrow. We often get advertisers interested in both areas and we feel these villages are very close to each other, both in miles and community. Therefore, the new Arrow will cover 6000 homes in Sprotbrough, Warmsworth, Barnburgh and Harlington. The Arrow will still focus on news relevant to these areas so please continue to keep us informed of everything that is going on locally. If anyone has photographs from the Barnburgh and Harlington Carnival and the Warmsworth Gala, please send them to me and we will publish them in the August issue of The Arrow. The deadline for the August issue for advertising and articles is Wednesday 18th July. The Arrow will be delivered from Friday 27th July.

Best Wishes

Michelle Sidebottom

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News, News, News, News, News, News.. Doncaster 67th Scouts Gala and 6.5km Road Race A short break in the cloud and rain was available on Sunday 24th June to allow the Sprotbrough Scouts Gala to be held on New Lane playing field. Torrential rain overnight had led the field to be waterlogged early on and almost to the cancellation of the event, but quick reorganisation placed most of the sides shows and stalls inside the marquees and by 1 O'clock the sun was shining on the village. The conditions were ideal for the race when it began and 190 entrants took part including a host of runners raising money for the Amy Kirby Memorial Fund, and for the first time Danum District scouts and explorers joined in for the event and races for new trophies. The race was won by Sam Booker in a time of 24 minutes 8 Seconds Sam was also the first Sprotbrough man home we were pleased to welcome Councillor Pat Haith, Chair of Sprotbrough and Cusworth Parish Council who presented the trophies. The female race was won by Karen Kidney in a time of 29 minutes 50 Seconds . Once again Richard Martin was the first Sprotbrough Scout home in 29 minutes 42 Seconds, taking the District Trophy as well.

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The event brought good crowds of supporters onto the field and this, along with the ever popular 'Pasta Party' held on Saturday night, raised over £3100 for scout funds. The programme raffle for a £50 Boyland's Voucher was won by ticket 'blue 182' and remains unclaimed, please contact enquiries@sprotbroughscouts.co.uk if you have this ticket.

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News, News, News, News, News, News.. Sprotbrough Children Run for Yorkshire Air Ambulance!

From the left, Rachel Howard and Finlay Bennett (Orchard Reception) Ben Wheatcroft , Elliot Larner, Tilley McHugh ,Fay Bennett, Alice Wood, Eleanor Green, Molly Heald, Alex Howard & Emily Newby (all Copley Junior School pupils)

Hello my name is Fay I am 7 years old and me and 8 of my friends from Copley Junior School & my little brother and his friend from Orchard Infants school have ran a sponsored run around Cusworth Hall grounds for the Yorkshire air ambulance. We organised it all ourselves sent out letters and made sponsor forms it wasn't a school event but our Teacher Mrs Wood let us use the school photocopier and helped give out letters. We don't have all the money collected yet but we think it will be over £250! We are very pleased with that and I would like to say thank you to all my friends and their mummy's and daddy's for helping.

We ran down the hill around the lake and all the way back up the path, I was very tired but my brother Ben ran it twice (he's a good runner) Emily's big brother Thomas ran with us to keep us safe and our parents waited at the top of the hill where we would finish. All the Copley children helped organise it not just me. Fay Bennett What a fantastic achievement! Well done to all the children who took part. It’s lovely to see children so young taking an interest in helping others. I bet your Mums’ and Dads’ are very proud! The Arrow!

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‘Think’ you know about the Police Crime Commissioner role? A new campaign has been launched in South Yorkshire to raise awareness of the role and impact of the forthcoming Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC). The ‘Think PCC’ campaign, led by South Yorkshire Police Authority, is designed to help highlight the new role and encourage the public to have their say when it comes to choosing the county’s first PCC. The commissioner will replace the county’s Police Authority, taking over the role of holding the police force and the Chief Constable to account. Ahead of the November election to choose the PCC, the Police Authority will be attending a number of events across the county to raise awareness of the new role and to consult on residents’ policing priorities. Events will include next week’s Flame in the Park at Hillsborough Park, Sheffield, on June 25. The event is held to support the 2012 Olympic torch relay runners as they make their way through the city, the Police Authority stand will have an Olympic theme and representatives will be asking the public to rank their ‘gold’, ‘silver’ and ‘bronze’ police priorities. The Authority will also participate in other South Yorkshire events including: Lord Mayor’s Parade, Barnsley – July 14 Doncaster Show – September 1-2 Rotherham Show – September 8-9 Bill Wilkinson, South Yorkshire Police Authority chief executive, said: “This will be the biggest reform in policing for more than a quarter of a century so we are ensuring we get out into the community to highlight the forthcoming role and the changes it will bring with it. “The chosen PCC will need to work with the Local Criminal Justice Board and other public services, such as district councils, fire, transport and health bodies, as well as the voluntary and private sectors – so it will affect everyone. It is therefore vital that the public are aware of the changes as it will have a real impact.” Their first priority for the PCC will be to approve the Police and Crime Plan for 2013/14. Other duties will include deciding how the policing budget is spent and consulting the public and victims of crime on community safety. The PCC will have a stronger role in commissioning and managing service contracts from partner organisations than the current Police Authority, reflecting their wider intended role within the criminal justice system. The Police Authority is currently preparing the office for the PCC and is managing the process through a joint transition board with South Yorkshire Police and partners. Members of the public will be able to vote for their chosen PCC on November 15, with the person elected taking office a week later. For more information on the Police Authority visit www.southyorks.gov.uk or follow the Police Authority on Twitter @sypoliceauth.

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Warmsworth Cricket Club

We are now well in to flaming June and still the weather continues to dominate the season. Out of the scheduled 27 fixtures that should have been played to date, we have managed to fulfil only 10 matches, this as you can imagine has been extremely disappointing. There is no home game on Saturday July the 14 th as the Annual Village Gala takes place on the ground. There will be plenty going on to keep all ages entertained and the Bar in the Cricket Club will be open throughout the afternoon serving soft and alcoholic Drinks. During the past couple of weeks we have strengthened our playing squad by signing a young opening batsman. Tom Green joins us from Division One Team Rossington. Tom also represents Doncaster in the Under 17 Joe Lumb Team. We would like to welcome Tom to the club and wish him success for the remainder of the season. The Club has recently had Broadband and Wi-Fi installed at the club and it is our intention over the next few weeks to upgrade to electronic scoring for all matches and through Total Cricket Score have the scores updated in Real Time on the Internet.

Results May 20th

Barnsley Lge v Stocksbridge. Stocksbridge 163/8, Arron Horsfield 4/43, Mark Chichester 3/27. Warmsworth 73/8.

May 26th

1st XI v Aston Hall. Warmsworth 130/8, Daniel Oades 32, Andy Haywood 31. Aston Hall 132/3, Andy Haywood 3/45 2nd XI v Frecheville. Frecheville 169. Kelvin Defty 3/73, Matt Boswell 3/35. Warmsworth 71. Matt Spurr 23, Kelvin Defty 22.

June 2nd

1st XI v Oughtibridge. Warmsworth 133, Richard Marshall 28. Oughtibridge 137/4, Neil Wolsey 3/28. 2nd XI v Rotherham Phoenix. Rotherham 187/9, Steve Horsfield 4/48. Warmsworth 161/8, Kelvin Defty 53, Adam Saynor 37.

June 9th

2nd XI v Doncaster Town. Doncaster Town 61. Adam Saynor 4/9, Mark Shanks 3/20, Adam Boothman 3/3. Warmsworth 26.

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Come along and give us some support, sit in the sun, have a beer and hopefully an enjoyable time. To contact the club regarding any matter please email secretary@warmsworthcc.com

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Sprotbrough Beware! On 25th April, 1599, a baby boy was born to middle gentry parents in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. The child was christened Oliver Cromwell. His family had once been one of the wealthiest in the county although, by now they ranked closer to the bottom when compared with their peers. That said, Oliver had inherited money and lands from his now deceased Father and Uncle and was able to gain a top education at grammar school followed by Cambridge University. After his schooling he made money through farming and by charging rents on his land. His money had to stretch quite far though, as he had a wife and eight children to support along with his widowed Mother. He dabbled with politics but was never very influential, until, that is, the English Civil War ‘kicked off’. In 1640 he became an MP for Cambridge and raised troops for the cause in 1642. He fought on the side of the Roundheads, or parliamentarians, against the Crown. His success in battle saw him climbing the career ladder as fast as lightning until he became commander of the entire army. He overthrew the Stuart Monarchy by having Charles I tried and executed in January, 1649. By July, 1650, he was leading his army north to crush Scotland, then over the sea to subdue Ireland and up and down the British Isles taking on every Royalist army that tried to stand in his way. Understandably, people were afraid of Cromwell’s presence in their town, so that in August 1651 when he passed through Doncaster, extreme caution was required. At Sprotbrough Hall, lived Sir Godfrey Copley, who had control over who crossed the Don River in the gorge as he owned and ran the ferry. The Ferryboat Inn, now the Boat Inn, stood on the banks and at the boarding point for it. Although Cromwell marched into Doncaster closer to town, where the river was bridged, he could have quite possibly opted to cross the river in Sprotbrough. Because of this possibility, Sir Godfrey received a letter from his brother-in-law Darcy Wentworth along with other friends, urging him to undertake certain measures to ensure his and his family’s safety at this volatile time. The letter went as follows (spelling errors and all):

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“Esteemed Sir, ‘Such is the condition of our cuntrie at present as requires care to be taken as passingers; And there beeinge a by way over your ferry roed thought fit to de?so?e you would be pleased to command that your ferry boate to be locked up that there be noe passidge for frind or strangers feet untill you have further notice that there may be passidge when safetie werest.’ Septeme 7th 1651 Your family and ser[vants] Dar Wentworth John Copley ??? ???????? G. Byan” Good cousin be carefull whome ye entertaine for ye danger is greate. The letter is of a serious nature and carries a strong message. ‘Lock up your Ferryboat to both friends and strangers’ and be careful who you have round for tea! It would be 250 years before the Copley’s provided a bridge at this point. It came in the form of a toll bridge. By now, the Civil War was ancient history and on the adjacent bank of the Don stood the thriving quarrying community of Levitt Hagg. Today lower Sprotbrough is one of the most picturesque corners of Doncaster with its quaint pub by the canal and its nature reserve providing a haven for wildlife and a gateway to the Pennines beyond. Sprotbrough can rest easy again as the marauding armies have long since vanished. The ‘danger’ is no longer ‘greate’ for us. By Symeon Waller. www.doncasterhistory.co.uk

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What’s On In Sprotbrough? Day

Activity

Meeting Place

Time

Mon

Mums & Toddlers

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

9.30-11.00am

Mon

Breast Start Breastfeeding

Sprotbrough Childrens Centre

9.30-11.30am

Mon

Rising 2’s play session

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

9.00-11.30am

Mon

Rising 2’s play session

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

12.30- 3.00pm

Mon

Hatha Yoga

St Mary’s Church Hall

2pm—3pm

Mon

The Reading Club 0—5yrs

Sprotbrough Library

1.30-3.00pm

Mon

Brownies

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

6.15-7.45pm

Mon

Beavers (6-7yrs)

Scout Hall, Anchorage Lane, Sprotbrough

6.00-7.30pm

Mon

Slimming World

St Mary’s Church hall, Sprotbrough

7.00pm—8.30pm

Tue

Playgroup

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

9.15-12.15pm

Tue

Sprotbrough Starz

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

9.15-11am

Tue

Coffee Morning

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

10.30-11.30am

Tue

Tuesday Club

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

1.30-4.00pm

Tue

Painting Class

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

2.00-4.00pm

Tue

Dancing

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

4.00-7.00pm

Tue

Taekwondo

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

6.00-9.00pm

Tue

Cubs (8-10yrs)

Scout Hall, Anchorage Lane, Sprotbrough

6.30-8.00pm

Tue

Cubs 'Kestrels' (8-10yrs)

The Barn, Main Street

6.45-8.15pm

Wed

Rising 2’s Playgroup

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

9.00-11.30am

Wed

Mums & Toddlers

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

1.30—3.00pm

Wed

Dancing

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

4.00-7.00pm

Wed

Taekwondo

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

5.30-6.30pm

Wed

Playgroup

Sprotbrough Methodist Church Hall

9.15—12.15

Wed

Sequence Dance Club

St Mary’s Church Hall

7.30pm—10pm

Wed

Cubs 'Falcons' (8-10yrs)

The Barn, Main Street

6.45-8.15pm

Wed

Scouts (11-14yrs)

Scout Hall, Anchorage Lane, Sprotbrough

7.15-9pm

Thurs

Coffee Morning

St Mary’s Church Hall

10—11.30am

Thurs

Little tykes (childminders drop in)

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

9.15—11.00am

Thurs

Mums & Toddlers

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

9.30-11.00am

Thurs

Thursday Club

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

1.30-4.00pm

Thurs

Dancing Class

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

4.45-8.45pm

Thurs

Brownies

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

6.00-7.30pm

Thurs

Yoga

St Mary’s Church Hall

7.00—8.30pm

Thurs

Beavers (6-7yrs)

The Barn, Main Street

5.30-6.30pm

Thurs

Scouts (11-14yrs)

The Barn, Main Street

7.00-9.15pm

Thurs

Explorer Scouts (14-18yrs)

Scout Hall, Anchorage Lane, Sprotbrough

7.30-9.30pm

Thurs

Music Bugs 6mths-4yrs

St Edmunds Community Hall

10.00-11.00am

Thurs

Starlight Dance Studio

St Edmond’s Church Community Hall

4pm—6.45pm

Fri

Playgroup

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

9.15-12.15pm

Fri

Sprotbrough Starz

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

9.15-11am

Fri

Tea Dance

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

1.00-4.00pm

Fri

Taekwondo

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

6.30-9.00pm

Fri

Fun Club

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

7.00-8.00pm

Sat

Sequence Dancing

Royal British Legion Club

7.30—10.30pm

Sat

Dancing Class

Goldsmith Centre, Sprotbrough

9.15-3.15pm

Sun

Sunday Club

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

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Activity

Meeting Place

Time

3rd Monday

St Mary’s Mothers Union

The Stable, Main Street, Sp’boro

7.30pm- 9.30pm

1st & 3rd Tuesday

Sequence Dancing

Royal British Legion Club

7.30-10.30pm

1st Wednesday

Sprotbrough Wives

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

8.00-10.00pm

2nd Thursday

Lunch Club

Sprotbrough Methodist Church

12.15pm - 2.00pm

2nd Tuesday

Sprotbrough WI

St Mary’s Church Hall

7.30—9.30pm

4th Thursday

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What’s on in Warmsworth? Day

Activity

Meeting Place

Time

Monday

Playgroup

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

9am-3.15pm

Tuesday

Playgroup

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

9am-3.15pm

Tuesday

Brownies

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

6.30pm-8pm

Tuesday

Ladies Club

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

7pm-9pm

Wednesday

Playgroup

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

9am-3.15pm

Wednesday

Rosemary Conley

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

5.30pm-7.30pm

Wednesday

Ladies Dancing

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

8pm-9pm

Wednesday

Rosemary Conley

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

1.15pm-2.45pm

Thursday

Playgroup

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

9am-3.15pm

Thursday

Dancing Class

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

4pm-9pm

Thursday

Watercolours

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

10am-12 noon

Thursday

JW Club

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

1.30pm-2.30pm

Friday

Playgroup

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

9am-3.15pm

Saturday

Children’s Dancing

Warmsworth Community Centre (Front Hall)

10am-12noon

What’s on in Barnburgh? Day

Activity

Meeting Place

Time

Monday

Playgroup

Barnburgh Village Hall

9.30am –11.30am

Monday

Sewing Group

Barnburgh Church Hall

10.30am-12noon

Monday

Baby Clinic (bi weekly)

Barnburgh Village Hall

1.30pm—3.00pm

Monday

Joanne Armstrong School of Dancing

Barnburgh Village Hall

3.30pm—9.15pm

Tuesday

Mother’s Union Knitting Group

Barnburgh Church Hall

2pm

Tuesday

Joanne Armstrong School of Dancing

Barnburgh Village Hall

9.30am—9.15pm

Wednesday

History Society

Barnburgh Church Hall

10.30am bi-weekly

Wednesday

Art Group

Barnburgh Church Hall

1.30—3.30pm (term time)

Wednesday

B Fit with Cheryl Zumba & Pilates

Barnburgh Village Hall

9.30am—11.30am

Wednesday

Seniors Group (bi weekly)

Barnburgh Village Hall

1.30pm to 4.30pm

Wednesday

Barnburgh School of Theatre Dance

Barnburgh Village Hall

5.00pm to 9.00pm

Thursday

Line Dancing

Barnburgh Church Hall

2.00pm

Thursday

Joanne Armstrong School of Dance

Barnburgh Village Hall

12.15pm—9.15pm

Friday

Playgroup

Barnburgh Village Hall

9.30am-11.30am

Friday

Barnburgh School of Theatre Dance

Barnburgh Village Hall

5.00pm to 7.00pm

Friday

Jujitsu

Barnburgh Village Hall

7.30pm—9.30pm

Saturday

Barnburgh School of Theatre Dance

Barnburgh Village Hall

9.00am—1.30pm

Saturday

Run England Running Group

Barnburgh Tennis Courts

8.30am—10.00am

Sunday

Street Dance

Barnburgh Village Hall

10.00am—11.30am

Sunday

Modern Pilates with David Camm

Barnburgh Village Hall

6.30pm—7.30pm

Booking Contact Details

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Warmsworth Community Centre Contact Mrs Jill Sharpe 01302 858377 Barnburgh & Harlington Village Hall Contact Paul 07717 635808 or E:mail bookings@barnburghvillagehall.co.uk Barnburgh Hall Contact Kay 01709 to 581737 Please mention “TheChurch Arrow” when responding advertisements

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Monthly Events Day

Activity

Meeting Place

Time

2nd Monday of the month

Ladies Club Committee

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

7pm-9pm

3rd Monday of the month

Parish Council meeting

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

7pm-9pm

3rd Monday of the month

Harlington & Barnburgh WI

Barnburgh Village Hall

7.15pm

2nd Wednesday of the month

Parish Council Meeting

Barnburgh Village Hall

7.00—9.00pm

2nd Wednesday of the month

Pudding Club

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

7pm-9pm

3rd Thursday of the month

Community Partnership

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

6.30pm—7.30pm

1st Friday of the Month

Baby Clinic

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

1pm—3pm

1st Saturday of the month

Ward Councillors Surgery

Warmsworth Community Centre (New Hall)

10.30am to 11.30am

3rd Wednesday of the month

Warmsworth Neighbourhood Watch

Cricket Club

7pm

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Useful Numbers 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

Sprotbrough Post Office

01302 853187

Warmsworth Post Office

01302 853417

Care in the Community Age Concern Childline

0800 009966 08001111

Medical AKS, High Melton Ltd

01709 583121

NSPCC

0808 8005000 Doncaster Royal Infirmary Hospital

01302 366666

RSPCA

08705555999

0845 4647

NHS Direct

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

Community Sprotbrough and Cusworth Parish Council

01302 788093 Sprotbrough Village Pharmacy

Safer Neighbourhood Team, Edlington.

01302 385488 Leisure

Sprotbrough Children Services, Melton Rd

01302 786457 Adwick Leisure Centre

01302 721447

Doncaster Childrens Information Service

0800 138 4568 My Vue Cinema

08712 240240

Goldsmith Centre

01302 788093 Odeon

08712 244007

S Yorkshire Fire Service (non emergency)

0114 272 7202 The Dome Leisure Centre

01302 370777

S Yorkshire Police (non emergency)

0114 2202020

Education Copley Junior School, Sprotbrough

01302 856445

Orchard Infant School, Sprotbrough

01302 853655

Richmond Hill Primary School

01302 782421

Ridgewood School

01302 783939

Doncaster Council - Education

01302 737222

Warmsworth Primary School

01302 852200

Barnburgh Primary School

01709 893125

High Melton College

01302 553666

Doncaster Mobile Library

01302 873456

Warmsworth Library

01302 853082

Sprotbrough Library

01302 782436

Doncaster Central Library

01302 734305

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