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Scunthorpe Journal

Issue 016

Distributed to 24,250 homes and businesses

October/November 2019

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: MILLER & CARTER OPENING IN SCUNTHORPE

Also:The Rotary Club of Scunthorpe | Memories at the museum | Scunthorpe Town Cricket Club U15s win the treble | An update from your policing team | Events | Horoscopes… and much more

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INTRODUCTION Hello and welcome to your October/ November edition of Scunthorpe Journal. We’re back once again, bringing you the very best stories from your area.

We hope you had a brilliant summer and are gearing up for the festive months ahead.

meet the staff

This edition is packed with feel-good stories, courtesy of the wonderful people of Scunthorpe. This month sees the brand new Miller & Carter opening in Scunthorpe. We take a sneak peak at everything that has been happening in preparation for the grand opening.

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We also take a look at the fantastic work

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The Rotary Club of Scunthorpe We take a look at the town’s Rotary Club and all the fantastic work it does for the community The Rotary Club of Scunthorpe was formed in 1928 and meets weekly, supporting many good causes and has over 40 members. Scunthorpe Journal spoke to President of the club, Stephen Caldwell, to find out more about the upcoming events the club had planned: “I took over as President of the Club for 2019-20 in July from past President Lesley Slack. One of my objectives is to raise awareness of Rotary in the local community. “The Club is looking forward to a busy period. With the eradication of the polio illness being a priority

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of Rotary, we will mark World Polio Day by planting purple crocus corms in Ashby Link gardens on 26th October. We will then look forward to a good “Purple for Polio” display in the spring when they come into flower! We also aim to have crocus corms available at local businesses which members of the public will be able to “purchase” in return for a donation to support polio eradication.” As well as World Polio Day, the club is always organising some festive events to raise funds for Rotary charities. The annual Christmas Craft and Collectable Fair

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takes place on 17th November at the Wortley House Hotel where there will be over 20 stalls selling original craft items and gifts with a Christmas flavour, plus there will be a tombola, raffle and refreshments available. Stephen added: “Our Festival of Christmas trees coming up in December will be our most ambitious ever. The Festival stages around 80 Christmas Trees all provided and decorated by a wide range of community groups ranging from schools to art groups to businesses. Over the last 15 years our Festival has raised almost £60,000 for Lindsey Lodge Hospice.”

Arts Centre on Wednesday 4th December. School children and families will be able to take part on one of five sessions using the film of The Snowman by Raymond Briggs. For more information, please visit @ rcofscunthorpe on Facebook or @RCofScunthorpe on Twitter to keep up with the latest news from the club.

The Festival will be held on the weekends of 7th/8th and 13th/14th/15th December. There will be live musical entertainment from around 20 volunteer choirs spread across the two weekends, as well as a Pub Carols event at the George Hogg pub in Winterton on Friday 13th December. For the first time, linked to the Festival, there will also be a Sing-along Snowman event at the 20-21 To advertise, please contact 01724 622004 or email info@createtvt.co.uk

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FROM A POLICE Preparations for t William Harrison from Humberside Police talks to us about the little things you can do to keep yourself safe as the festive period starts

“With people buying expensive items as gifts for friends and family, thieves may be looking for opportunities to steal your precious purchases.�

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E PERSPECTIVE: the festive period As the nights draw in and we get

• Make sure that you have appropriate safety

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from burglars over the festive period.

• If you’re planning on visiting relatives during

With people buying expensive items as gifts for friends and family, thieves may be looking for opportunities to steal your precious purchases.

the festive season, take steps to prevent your

Don’t worry though, there are some very easy steps that you can take to help prevent you becoming a victim of theft:

throughout the day. Ask a trusted friend

• If you’re out doing your Christmas shopping, make sure that you park in a well-lit place near to the shops and make sure you don’t leave items on display in your car.

their car on your drive.

• It’s not only the kids that you should hide the presents from on the run-up to Christmas, make sure that they are not easily visible from outside to prevent burglars targeting your home.

house from looking empty. Consider putting lamps on a timer so that they turn on in the evening and avoid leaving your curtains closed or neighbour to keep an eye on your house whilst you’re gone or even ask them to park This season is also a time when people have parties, get-togethers and nights out. If you are going out celebrating, look after each other and make sure that you have booked a taxi or organised a lift home before your night even begins. Make sure that your night is memorable for all the right reasons.

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Miller & Carter brings Steak excellence to Scunthorpe Miller & Carter Steakhouse is pleased to announce the arrival of a new restaurant in the town The premium steakhouse is due to open on the 15th November following an extensive refurbishment. Located on Messingham Road, the new Miller & Carter will be the first site to open within the area and is on the lookout for any budding bartenders

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who can shake up a cocktail and match wines to the perfect steak. Harminder Dhesi, retail business manager at the new restaurant, comments: “Bringing a new Miller & Carter to Scunthorpe is a fantastic opportunity for the brand and we look forward to providing the

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is sourced from carefully selected cattle reared on sustainable British and Irish farms. A choice of 12 quality cuts, including a 30oz Longbone Tomahawk and an award-winning sirloin are then hand-prepared by our master butcher and expertly grilled

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Memories at the Museum Take a walk down memory lane and join the new discussion sessions for people with an interest in local history Do you have many cherished memories from the past that you would like to share with people who may have been there? Why not visit the North Lincolnshire Museum at its new event which is bound to trigger all those memories you have!

and chat about your memories with a member of the team who will have a selection of photos and items from the past. It’s a chance for people with common interests to socialise with like-minded people, spark memories and make new friends over tea and coffee.

North Lincolnshire Museum along with Normanby Hall Country Park is operated by North Lincolnshire Council. North Lincolnshire Museum offers a great day out for all the family. Featuring a range of permanent galleries and a changing exhibition gallery, the museum offers a history experience for all the family. You can explore through a range of award-winning collections and interactive displays.

There is a different theme every month to allow a variety of stories and anecdotes to be shared and relived.

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For more information, please keep an eye on North Lincolnshire Museum’s social media. The sessions are on Thursdays, once a month, from 10.30am to 11.30am. They are due to take place on: 31 October, 28 November, 19 December, 30 January, 27 February and 26 March.

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Annual vintage extravaganza evening Lindsey Lodge Hospice will be holding the ticket-only charity event, which this year features vintage DJ entertainers Major Swing and Kitty and vintage and jazz songstress Natasha Harper, along with a supper at Redbourn Club, Scunthorpe on Saturday 26 October Lindsey Lodge Hospice Head of Fundraising Tom Moody said: “By day we hold our Vintage Fair with over 30 vintage stalls selling clothing, jewellery and retro homeware, including a specialist hair stylist and café serving delicious snacks and drinks – all with a fantastic soundtrack of swing music from the 30s, 40s and 50s.” “Then from 7pm until late our guests dress up in their finest vintage outfits to dine and dance the night away – but this event is ticket only, and sells out every year – we always have a waiting list!” Over 1,000 people visited last year’s event, which raised over £6,000 for the Burringham Road

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Hospice, which provides specialist palliative care for patients with life-limiting illnesses from North Lincolnshire. Tom added: “We’re a local charity, serving our local community, and every penny raised at this event will go towards ensuring we continue to provide the best possible hospice care now and in the future, so we hope people will come along and support us.” Tickets for the evening event cost £10 and are on sale now in all Lindsey Lodge Hospice shops, or bookable and payable online at www. lindseylodgehospice.org.uk; alternatively please phone the Fundraising Team on 01734 270835.

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MARTIN KEMP BACK TO THE 80S DJ SET THE BATHS HALL, SCUNTHORPE FRIDAY 22ND NOVEMBER, 7.30PM The hottest 80s club night is coming to town when actor, TV personality and star of Spandau Ballet Martin Kemp will be spinning the biggest and best hits of that decade!

LULU - ON FIRE The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe Saturday 19th October, 6.30pm. Lulu still has plenty to shout about as she embarks on another mammoth tour of the UK in 2019.

CLINTON BAPTISTE: IN THE PARANORMALIST RETURNS The Plowright Theatre Saturday 19th October A hilarious yet touching journey through his life, out the other side and beyond the celestial curtains.

MY FAIR LADY The Plowright Theatre Tuesday 29th October, 7.15pm When Professor Henry Higgins tries to teach Eliza Doolittle, with a unmistakable Cockney accent, how to speak like a proper lady, an unlikely friendship begins to flourish.

WATERCOLOUR PAINTING WORKSHOP Sunday 26th October 20-21 Visual Arts Centre Diana May an artist and crafter and enjoys creating through a mixture of mediums. she will lead you through a day of developing drawings through to watercolour.

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SCUNTHORPE FESTIVE CONTINENTAL STREET MARKET Thursday 21st-Sunday 24th November Scunthorpe High Street The market will feature the usual mix of continental themed stalls as part of the Christmas lights switch-on event.

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WRITING GROUP Monday 4th November, 2pm. Scunthorpe Central Library For people aged 45 and over who are currently out of full-time employment. Why not come and join the group who love to share their creative writing.

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Aquarius

(20th Jan-18th Feb) These next two months have all the makings of your best yet! Keep calm, take a chance and everything will fall into place for you just before the festive period.

Pisces

(19th Feb-20th March) Last month was the start of a desire for change, whether it’s your image or lifestyle, only you can make this happen. Follow your heart.

Aries

Gemini

(21st May-20th June) Throw out the old and welcome in the new. You have a problem letting things go at this time of year. It’s time to follow your heart and not your head.

Cancer

(21st June- 22nd July) It’s time to open a new window in your life. Peruse new projects that touch on whatever you feel passionate about, stay focused and everything will fall into place.

Leo

(23rd July-22nd Aug)

Libra

(23rd Sept-22nd Oct) Over these next few months start taking chances. Money depends on what you did last month, invest in yourself, your potential and talents.

Scorpio

(23rd Oct-21st Nov) This month you can do no wrong. Let the adventurous side of you come out and do the things you have only ever dreamed about.

Sagittarius

(21st March-19th April) You will start to feel the vibe of ‘I want to do something with my life!’ - go chase your dreams and do not stop until you feel happy and fulfilled.

An uplifting impulse to create a new path for your life enters your thoughts. Romance is on the cards, it’s time to concentrate on yourself for a change.

(22nd Nov-21st Dec) So far this year has had everlasting consequences. Begin to live your life and discover new options. Get rid of the past and welcome the future. Stay positive.

Taurus

Virgo

Capricorn

(20th April-20th May) If you’re dreaming of someone special, these next few months could be when you find them. Stay postitive and follow your dream.

(23rd Aug-22nd Sept) You will have the motivation to make changes where you work or live. Move to a place that broadens your life and options.

(22nd Dec-19th Jan) Common sense rides high. Do something you’ve always wanted to do. It’s time to follow your heart and pursue your desires.

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Cricket club’s treble-win year

Scunthorpe Town Cricket Club U15s are celebrating an incredible treble winning season for the first time in the club’s history. They secured the League Cup recently after beating Cleethorpes by 10 wickets. Savraj Nijjar (56no) and Dan Crew (71no) put on an unbroken partnership of 157 to lead them to an emphatic victory. The team won the League comfortably and were crowned County Champions of Lincolnshire. Head Coach Karanjit Bansal told Scunthorpe Journal: “ This has been three years in the making. The development the team have shown over this period has just been amazing. They have all worked so hard on their games and want to get the best out of each other. Together as a group they have been so strong, they really do care about one another and genuinely want one another to do well and

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that’s what has brought success. “This season they have been magnificent, winning three trophies, being champions of Lincolnshire and then only losing one game along the way against a strong side from Nottinghamshire. They’ve been an absolute credit to the cricket club. They’re not just talented cricketers but very special individuals too. “This is just the start of their cricket careers and I hope to see them all representing STCC for a long time. I am incredibly proud of them. They have made my job as coach so much easier and all credit goes to them. They deserve all the accolades that come their way. But as I’ve said I am hoping this is just the start for them.” A huge congratulations to the team, keep up the great work! For more information, visit www.scunthorpetowncricketclub.co.uk

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