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A MAN has been described as lucky to be alive after being involved in a fall at Thurlstone Quarry. Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team were called out on the evening of July 4 at 20.36 to Thurlstone Quarry to assist Yorkshire Ambulance Service with an incident.
As well as the Mountain Rescue Team were the Yorkshire Air Ambulance crew and the Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) along with Yorkshire Ambulance Service. The other climber, Ross Keeble, took to Facebook to thank Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team and provided an update on the climber’s condition.
Two friends had been planning some climbing routes in the quarry He commented: “Phil was discharged previously and were about to abseil from at 2am this morning with no major injuries. An absolute freak down the crag face. accident and a miracle that nothing They had set up a belay at the top and were about to clip in when the whole of the top of the crag gave way beneath one of the climbers, sending him plummeting to the bottom of the crag some seven metres below.
worse happened. As the other climber on the scene I just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who attended the incident. “As experienced climbers we always pop change into the MRT boxes hoping we never have to call, but were so grateful last night. Every one of you are heroes in my book!” You can donate to Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team at https://www. justgiving.com/wmrt
Unbelievably, the climber managed to stay on the rock avoiding the unthinkable and lay in wait for the emergency services to arrive. He was treated for suspected spinal injuries and a possible leg injury, transferred into a vacuum mattress for immobilization and onto the stretcher for the carry out of the quarry to the ambulance.
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SUCCESSFUL FIRST HALF TERM FOR JRSO INITIATIVE AS the end of the school term approach’s, PC Booler and South Yorkshire Police’s team of Junior Road Safety Officers, are thanking everyone involved in helping to improve the parking situation at Ecclesfield Primary School.
A spokesperson for the police commented: “Working with partner agencies and using a combination of education and enforcement, we are delighted to say that there has been a marked improvement in the issues previously seen at drop off and pick up times over the months this has been in place. “JRSOs Jack, Izzy, Megan, Ryan, Shannon and Tyler have all done a great job engaging with drivers, and parents and guardians
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THE Original Factory Shop on Manchester Road, Stocksbridge, is to close, along with 31 other branches of the retail chain. The Original Factory Shop (Tofs) have got the go-ahead from creditors with its Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) proposal. According to a spokeswoman the CVA approval promised to “put the business on a much stronger, financial footing to deliver the turnaround plan. While this is a tough measure, reflective of the broader retail environment, it is good news that TOFS will be in pole position to push ahead with their new journey to growth strategy.”
have also helped by getting involved filling in our surveys.” All the information gathered from the surveys is being used to roll the scheme out across the city. Moving forward there will be a new set of JRSOs on patrol from next term and the police will continue to take action as and when appropriate. The spokesperson added: “Our plan with this project was to change people’s attitudes towards parking through engagement and education and we couldn’t have done it without the help of parents and guardians, pupils and teachers, as well as the assistance of our parking services partners. So thank you all and let’s keep it up!”
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provided to Tofs, subject to a reduction in costs being achieved. Last year the discount retailer reported a profit drop of £3.1 million, despite turnover rising by £5 million to £190 million. The company previously stated in its CVA proposal: “The business has been underperforming for some time but this has become more marked in the past 12 months. For the year ended 31 March 2018 (FY18) the company’s turnover was 4% behind that for the year ended 31 March 2017.
The CVA – a step short of administration – is an insolvency procedure that restructures debts and closes loss-making stores.
“Trading performance has deteriorated significantly during 2017 and early 2018 and this has led to liquidity pressures and breach of banking covenants. The decline in performance has been the result of both the macro-economic factors and business-specific issues affecting the company.”
The CVA will also see a £10million emergency cash injection
There are eight staff working at the Stocksbridge branch.
ECCLESFIELD Parish Council’s Past & Present Archiving Project is holding a ‘Meet the Archive’ event on the theme of sporting activities, sports days and more. This is taking place on Wednesday July 18 from 1pm to 6pm at the Parish Council Offices, Mortomley Lane, High Green. Christine Handley of the project said: “We are organising the event to celebrate our local sporting heritage, school sports days and Chapeltown Baths. We would like people to come along with their memories of the baths and their sporting highlights from elsewhere. “We will have some of our archive collection of local history material on display including photos, maps, pamphlets and brochures. There will also be an opportunity
to see some of the slide shows we’ve put together, go onto our website to view the images there, and look at our collection of local history books and reference material. “We would like more people to get involved with the archiving project and our open afternoon will be a chance for people to come along and find out more. You don’t have to be a history expert or have lived all your life in the area to take part. Young or old, everyone can contribute. “We recently had a work experience student from Ecclesfield School who spent a week with us working on some of the archiving projects. “The aim of the project is to capture the rich and varied local history from across
the parish. One of the things we are keen to do is to put more ‘names to faces’ for some of the photographs that we’ve had donated to the archive. We have a collection of mystery photos that we would like help with, so please come along and see what we have. “Our open afternoon is a free drop-in event and everyone is welcome. It begins at 1pm and finishes at 6pm.” For more details of this and other events or to find out more, please contact, Christine, at the Parish Council Offices, Mortomley Lane, High Green, Sheffield S35 3HS; telephone: 0114 2845095; email:Christine. firstname.lastname@example.org or see our facebook page Ecclesfield Civil Parish Past and Present Archiving Project for more information.
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Writing competition welcomes gnomes By Emily Hewat THE Trans Pennine Trail has recently welcomed the addition of two new wood carvings in the shape of gnomes. The carvings were hand crafted by local chainsaw artist Stephen Tarr who has previously produced other wood carvers ‘Swooper the Golden Eagle’ and ‘Barney the Owl’ for the trail. Secretary of the trail’s conservation volunteers, Kate Dobson, wanted to encourage children to take an interest in the nature in the local area so teamed up with local primary schools to create a writing competition for children to take part in. The children were asked to write a story which mentioned
the two wooden gnomes and the final entries were judged by local author, Sarah McDermott. There was an abundance of creativity from the entries with the winner for Key Stage 1 Eliza Smith from Thurlstone Primary including gnomes having strawberries stolen from them in her story. Meanwhile, the winner from Key Stage 2, Hollie Smith from Millhouse Primary, set her story in a fairy kingdom. Both girls went on the Trans Pennine Trail specially to visit the gnomes. The names for the gnomes were picked from the competition entries with Stephen Tarr choosing ‘Sleepy John’ and ‘Clumbsy’ as the final winners. Six-year-old Ruby Waite from
Millhouse Primary chose the name ‘Sleepy John’ because of the gnome’s sleepy expression and mentioned that she regularly uses the trail for bike rides. Kate Dobson believes that using wood carvings will spark the interest of local children and is “A good way to explore the Trans Pennine Trail.” The winning entrants will be made available to the public later on this year and there will be a special naming ceremony for the wood carvings in August. Trans Pennine Trail conservation volunteers hold workdays every Wednesday and the occasional Saturday maintaining the trail as a pleasant environment for all.
CHARITY THIEVES ON CCTV A HILLSBOROUGH shop owner was disgusted to find that thieves had broken into the premises and stolen a charity collection tin overnight. New Image on Middlewood Road was broken
into at 12.50am on the morning of Friday July 6, kicking the door open before stealing the money. There were two culprits, caught on the shop’s CCTV.
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THE well opposite The Lord Nelson Inn on Barnsley Road, Hoylandswaine, is a fantastic sight at the moment after it was dressed by local people using flower petals and natural materials pressed into clay. The images this year will depict the theme of childrenâ€™s songs.
It went on display on Saturday 7 July and will remain in place for about a little over a week or until the colour begins to fade. The blessing by Rev Monika Doering and the children from Tiny Tunes took place at 1.30pm on Sunday July 8.
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This is part of Hoylandswaine Village Festival with other events including scarecrows, a music concert and hill racing taking place during the weekend.
180th anniversary of Huskar A MEMORIAL service has been held to mark the deaths of 26 children who drowned while working underground in a coal mine near Barnsley 180 years ago. The girls and boys, aged between seven and 17, died after a storm caused a torrent of water to flood part of Huskar pit in July 1838.
It forced a change in employment law to prevent children from working in mines. The service, led by the Bishop of Wakefield, took place at All Saints Church in Silkstone. It is the culmination of a five-day programme of events commemorating the disaster.
Witnesses sought after teenagers assaulted in Ecclesfield Park ECCLESFIELD officers are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an incident in which two teenagers were injured. At around 8.30pm on Friday June 22, students thought to be from Ecclesfield Secondary School gathered on Westwood Country Park on Greaves Lane,
celebrating the completion of their GCSEs. It is then reported that an altercation broke out between around ten girls, all aged between 16 to 17. Two girls, both aged 15, suffered cuts, scratches, bruises and swelling to the head and face as a result of the incident.
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AWARD-WINNING Hade Edge Brass Band is set to play St Anne’s Church Summer Garden Party to be held in Carlecotes on Saturday July 21, starting at 2pm. Strawberries and cream and refreshments will be served in the grounds of the church and hall, with the event organised to raise funds for the upkeep of St Anne’s Church, as well as towards the cost of refurbishing its historic organ. This is the third consecutive year for this much anticipated event, which draws large crowds to the historical and beautiful settings around the Grade II listed church. Past and present photographs of the church and local area will be on display and there will be games and fun for all the family, as well as a number of classic cars. The highlight of the line-up is a 50-year-old, 130-horsepower Frazer Nash that came third at Le Mans in 1949. There will also be a woodland nature trail, raffle and some activities for children. Reverend David Hopkin said: “The Summer Garden Party is the highlight of the calendar for many people in this area and is our major fundraiser for St Anne’s church. We hope as many local people as possible will be able to support us this year.” St Anne’s church was built in 1857 by the Chapman family who owned Carlecotes Hall. The church has regularly Sunday services and hosts christenings and weddings throughout the year. For more information or to reserve tickets, which cost £6 adult, £3 under 16s, visit www.facebook.com/carlecoteschurch or call: 07788 190262 or visit the website www.carlecoteshall.co.uk.
DO YOU RECOGNISE THIS E-FIT? POLICE in Sheffield have released an E-fit of boy they want to speak to in connection to a street robbery.
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13 Free movie night at The Venue, Stocksbridge. 7.30pm. Film is We the Uncivilised. Disillusioned by a story of consumption and alienation, a story of a year-long journey around the UK in search of the seeds of a different story, and with it hope for the future. (Chris 07888712604). 13 Near and Far, a colouful multimedia art exhibition by Liisa Bramall. Paintings and collages, ceramics and textiles. St Andrew’s Church. 10am to 4pm. In support of Fairtrade in Penistone with Fairtrade refreshments available. 13 There will be a ‘Grand Jumble Sale’ held at The Salvation Army, Victoria Street, Stocksbridge Doors Open at 10am. Plenty of Bargains to be had. Saturday July 14 14 Bradfield Village Hall, Bradfest. 14 A fundraiser for Marie Curie – belly dance and boogie night. All welcome. Venue, Stocksbridge. Doors 6.30pm, belly dancing at 7pm followed by cheesy disco till late. Bar open all evening. Tickets £12 each includes prosecco cocktail and nibbles. Tickets £10 until June 30. Tickets from Venue, Valley Foot Care Clinic or call Carla on 07986138346 or Yvonne on 07412034548. 14 Kite Festival in Chapeltown Park, 10am to 12.30pm, with Sheffield Kite Flyers and their enormous kites. Or make your own small kite free at the bandstand. They are great – they really fly! Refreshments available. Free event. 14 Thurgoland Local History Groups meeting with a visit to Cusworth Hall, free admission but £2.50 for up to four hours parking, for more information please. Contact Maurice on 0114 2883482, or Margaret on 0114 2885037. 14 Wharncliffe Side village hall garden party at the hall from 2pm to 5pm. Come and enjoy a cream tea or BBQ and refreshments. Tombola and stalls, craft workshop. Come and support your hall and have an enjoyable afternoon. If you are interested in having a stall, contact Christine on 07920068537 or 0114 2863201. 14 Near and Far, a colouful multimedia art exhibition by Liisa Bramall. Paintings and collages, ceramics and textiles. St Andrew’s Church. 10am to 1pm. In support of Fairtrade in Penistone with Fairtrade refreshments available. 14 Oughtibridge Parish Church Summer Party 2-4pm with Oughtibridge Training Band, Delicious refreshments, Stalls, Children’s games, Auction ...all proceeds to Church funds. 14 At the Astoria Centre, Barnsley, S75 1JT at 2-30pm. International broadcasting and recording organist John Mann in concert on the Compton cinema organ. Details on 07944 566972. 14 Stannington Carnival takes place in Stannington Park from 11:30-4:30. Visitors can enjoy performances in the main arena, swoon at the dog show or the classic car show and have a go at archery or circus skills. We also have a variety of stalls, tasty food and fairground rides and bouncy castles to keep the kids entertained. Sunday July 15 15 Broomhead Show 12 noon at
Broomhead Park, Wigtwizzle, nr. Bolsterstone S36 4ZA. Deepcar Brass Band, Branching Out Dancers, The Broomhead Chase Annual Fell Race, Arts & Craft stalls, local popular rock singer Graham Lindley, Gymnastic display. Hot food, Bradfield Brewery and the famous Cow Pat Competition with first Prize of £200. 15 Labrador Welfare, the Sheffield based Rescue Charity for Labrador Retrievers, will be holding their Annual Fun Day at Grenoside Community Centre (S35 8PR) from 12 noon to 4pm. There will be a full programme of events including a dog show with various categories. Light refreshments will be available. All welcome including non-labrador owners and dogs. Entrance is FREE. For people travelling to the event from the M1, they might find it easier to exit the M1 at Junction 35 towards Chapeltown (Cowley Lane) and then input S35 8PR into their Sat Nav from that point. 15 Songs of Praise at 3 PM at the Stocksbridge Christian Centre on Cedar Road. Readings and hymns on the theme of ‘helping our neighbour’. Funds to be raised for the Snowdrop Project, working with people who have been trafficked. Talk by Project worker. 15 Sankey Songs of Praise at the Christian Centre, S36 1AS. Please come along for a good old sing. Collection for the Snowdrop Appeal. Refreshments afterwards. 3pm. Tuesday July 17 17 Friends of Wortley Hall Gardens meeting - a gentle walk around Wortley Hall Gardens, meet at the Hall at 7.30pm. All welcome, admission is £2.50, free for friends of Wortley Hall Gardens. If you are interested contact Julie on 0114 2830613 or Barry on 0114 2830056. Wednesday July 18 18 Thurgoland Community Choirs last practice before the summer break at 7.30pm, and will be a short sing followed by a social, so why not come and meet the choir and give singing a try? The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual all welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact: Elaine 0114 2845494 or Julie 0114 2830613. 18 Bolsterstone Archaeology and Heritage Group meeting in community hall at Christ Church, Manchester Road, Stocksbridge. 7.30pm. Penny Rea will give a talk about anti-slavery campaigner Mary Anne Rawson. All welcome. Admission fee is £2 for non-members which includes refreshments. Friday July 20 20 Murder Most Sparkling! A 1920s themed murder mystery evening. 7.30pm. EPPiC theatre, Well Lane, High Street, Ecclesfield S35 9TP. £15 each, pie & peas included. Bring your own drinks. Sorry, but no one under the age of 16, please. All tickets MUST be booked in advance. www.ecclesfieldpriory players.co.uk. Email: email@example.com or call 0114 2402624. 20 Messy Church at St Marks Church Grenoside. Free food, fun and activities for all the family. Please come along at 3.30 until 4.45. Saturday July 21 21 Bradfield Village Hall, Farmer’s Market, 9am-3pm, 2851227.
What’s On 21 Bradflix, Evening Film, Shape of Water, 7pm, bar and refreshments, bring your own chair if you wish www.bradflix.co.uk 21 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners - Work Day (Heathland Management) on the Common, meet at Long Lane Car Park, 10am to 12noon, tools and gloves provided, 2348425. 21 Murder Most Sparkling! A 1920s themed murder mystery evening. 7.30pm. EPPiC theatre, Well Lane, High Street, Ecclesfield S35 9TP. £15 each, pie & peas included. Bring your own drinks. Sorry, but no one under the age of 16, please. All tickets MUST be booked in advance. www.ecclesfieldpriory players.co.uk. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0114 2402624. 21 Charity Lunch at the Christian Centre in aid of the Dementia work of Stocksbridge Community Care. Price £8 please contact Liz on 2885309 to book a place. 12.30pm. Sunday July 22 22 Car Boot at Parish Centre, Crow Edge at 9am. £5 per car. Refreshments and plenty of parking. Proceeds for maintenance of Parish Centre. Wednesday July 25 25 7pm at The Venue. Stocksbridge Community Forum. Agenda includes ‘Who benefits from Fairtrade?’ Our local Food Bank. Issues you wish to raise. Thursday July 26 26 Try “Singing 4 Fun” at Holy Trinity Church Thurgoland from 10.30am to 12am. Followed by refreshments. No auditions, no musical experience necessary. All welcome, contact Judith on 0114 2830083. Singing 4 Fun is a Dementia Friendly event. Monday July 30 30 Craft session for kids. 10am – 12pm. Lots of fun things to make at the Inman Pavilion Moorland Drive. Only £1.50. More details 07966 720773. Wednesday August 1 1 Bradfield Walkers are Welcome Local History Evening Walk around Malin Bridge - start 7pm from Malin Bridge Supertram Terminus, return around 9pm, 0114 2337463. Monday August 6 6 Bradfield Historical Society, 7.30pm, Low Bradfield Village Hall, ‘The English Longbow’’ by Pete Lawton, 0114 2337463. Wednesday August 8 8 Friends of Wisewood and District, Summer Holiday Fun, Bouncy Castle, tombola, treasure hunt, crafts for children, drinks and refreshments from RIVA, 10am to 1pm, at RIVA project, next to Wisewood Sports Centre. 8 Bradfield Walkers are Welcome Local History Morning Round Walk - start 10.30am from Stannington Church Gates - return around 1pm, 2337463. 8 Wadsley Women’s Institute, Monthly Meeting, 7.30pm, Wadsley Church Hall, Worrall Road, S6 4BA.
Thursday August 9 9 Stocksbridge and Upper Don 50+ Group will meet 2pm to 3.30pm in Stocksbridge Library. New members welcome. Saturday August 18 18 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners, An Insect Safari, a family friendly walk to see what insects we can find flying, buzzing and lounging around on the heather and grasses in the open areas of the Commons, meet at 10.30am in the Rural Lane Car Park, off Rural Lane/Worrall Road, guided by Alan Smith, around 2 hours, return to the car park at any time, 2348425. 18 Bradfield Village Hall, Farmer’s Market, 9am-3pm, 2851227 18 Bradfield Village Hall, 60’s Night, Live Music, 7.30pm, www.
Monday August 20 20 10am – 12pm. Craft session for kids. Lots of fun things to make at the Inman Pavilion Moorland Drive. Only £1.50. More details 07966 720773. Thursday August 30 30 Stocksbridge Fairtrade Town Group will meet 3pm to 4pm in Stocksbridge Library. New members welcome. ONGOING Writing for Pleasure - poetry and prose - Stocksbridge Library. The first Thursday in the month. 2.00 4.00. Ring 01142 883390 or email francesTS36@gmail.com for further information. Knit & Chat, St Polycarps – Malin Bridge. Meets once a fortnight 10am – 12 noon, cakes, buns.etc. Next meeting: 19th May. 0114 220 5275 – Contact Val. Morehall Fly Fishing Club new season commences on March 24. New members welcome. Day tickets available. For more details, call David Watson on 0114 2304052. Dungworth, Storrs and District WI meeting every second Thursday in the month. Dungworth Village Hall 7pm. All welcome. Info 01142864818. Healing rooms. Free, just drop in, Tuesdays 10.30 - 12.00 at Hillsborough Arena, S6 4HA. All welcome. God cares for you! Healing Rooms at Costa Coffee (on Hillsborough tram stop), Wednes-
days 4:30-6:00 pm. Provided free by Hillsborough Healing Rooms team. All welcome! Knit and Natter at Ecclesfield Library. Learn, share, laugh! Weekly Mondays 3-5pm and Wednesdays 12.30-3pm. For more information phone Debbie on 07732844299. Stannington Library Writers Group: Adult creative writing group meeting at Stannington Library S6 6BX on the first Saturday each month from 1pm - 3pm. Cost: First time free then £3 per meeting, light refreshments included. Beginners welcome, all genres. For more details: Contact Sharon by Phone on 07973 847 592 or Email stanningtonwriters@ gmail.com or visit our website https://stanningtonlibrarycreativewritinggroup.wordpress.com/ or facebook @StanningtonWriters Ecclesfield Library Writers Group: Adult creative writing group meeting at Ecclesfield Library S35 9UA on the last Wednesday each month from 6pm - 8pm. Cost: First time free then £3 per meeting, light refreshments included. Beginners welcome, all genres. For more details: Contact Sharon by Phone on 07973 847 592 or Email ecclesfieldwriters@gmail. com or visit our website https:// ecclesfieldlibrarycreativewritersgroup.wordpress.com or facebook @EcclesfieldWriters Afternoon Tea Dance every Wednesday at the Astoria Centre, Barnsley S75 1JT from 1 to 4pm with dancing to the live music of the Compton organ. Details on 07944 566972. Every Thursday at St Andrews Church, Penistone at 1pm Kevin Grunill or guest playing popular music on the Allen Electronic Theatre organ. Details on 07944 566972. Stocksbridge Dementia Cafe The Venue, 650 Manchester Road, Stocksbridge, Sheffield S36 1DY. We offer a free drop in for anyone who has concerns about their memory or the memory of a loved one or friend in a social setting. The Dementia Café is open on the first Thursday of the month (commencing Thursday 5th October) between 10.00 am – 12.00 noon.
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Messy Church 2nd Wednesday in the month at Chapeltown Methodist Church 4pm-6pm .Children have to be accompanied by a parent,carer etc. We do crafts, celebration & then a family meal. All welcome. Reading Group at Ecclesfield Library. Monthly on Mondays 5-6pm. For further information Phone Sylvia 0114 2463615. Ecclesfield Library Little Bear Club. Fridays 10.00-11.30. Cost £1.50 per adult including refreshments, children free, Bring your little ones and join a fun session sharing books, toys and music. Every Wednesday at the Astoria Centre, Barugh Green, Barnsley from 1 to 4 pm, afternoon tea dance to the live music of the Compton Cinema Organ. Every Thursday at St Andrews Church, Penistone at 1pm, popular music concert featuring Kevin Grunill or guest organist playing the Allen Electronic organ. Details of all organ events on 07944 566972. Busy Fingers (Manchester Road, Stocksbridge) knit and Natter groups. Tuesdays (adults) 1pm-3pm, Wednesdays (children) 4pm to 5pm, Thursdays (adults) 1pm to 3pm, Fridays (children) 4pm to 5pm and Saturdays (adults) 10am to 12pm. Contact Angela on 07900024549 for more info. Morehall Fly Fishing Club at Morehall Reservoir new season commences March 18. New members welcome, day tickets available. For more details, contact secretary David Watson on 0114 2304052. Cornerstone short matt bowling meets Fridays at 7.30pm in St John’s Church hall, St John’s Road, Deepcar. All welcome, bowls available. Yoga class Thursdays 6.45 pm beginners welcome. Inman pavilion, Moorland Dr, Stocksbridge S36 1EG. First class free. Contact Danielle 07486372020 or email email@example.com Dance Fit Diva - Dance yourself fit! Adult Dance Class. Great fun, all ages all abilities. Tuesday 6.45pm7.45pm - £4.00. Zion United Reformed, Langsett Road South, Oughtibridge. Contact Karen 01909 282389
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must never again submit to those who tell us how to act, what to think and what to do.
Regaining democracy and freedom for the UK, may now become expensive, mainly due to the Thank you to everyone who attended Bolsterstone incompetence of our elected representatives and Village Fayre on Saturday to make it the success it was in spite of the football. their advisers, but in the end it will be worth it.
the event and cleared away at the end. Your help was invaluable. Finally, thank you to everyone who bought raffle tickets, all the winners will be contacted shortly. Best wishes from all at St Maryâ€™s
Councillor John Booker, Thank you to the excellent team of helpers who Ecclesfield West, worked so hard setting up in the morning, during Deputy leader of UKIP, SCC.
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Your Letters Brexit Britain The EU deals in domination not democracy, it makes wealthy people wealthier and poor people poorer, see it in that light and all becomes clear. Editor, In reality it is a Napoleonic blueprint, a protectionist Iâ€™m writing to say how proud I am of all the lads out union. in Russia but especially the Sheffield and Barnsley It aims to come under one flag, totalitarian control lads doing our country proud. of its member states. Whether youâ€™re Barnsley, United or Wednesday It sucks in its target countries with the promise weâ€™ve got to be proud of the local lads doing our of a better way of living, next it literally smothers country proud. Maguire, Walker, Stones, Vardy and the same foolish nations with endless rules and the rest of the boys, itâ€™s coming home! regulations, almost to their final breath. Thereâ€™s a group of local people Iâ€™m not happy with, The EU wants our sovereignty, democracy and the councillors. For the first time in our history weâ€™ve got an England team playing in a World Cup currency, with that our economy. semi-final where a lot of the lads out there are from Itâ€™s currency, the Euro, is the Dodo, it is a failed Sheffield and the surrounding areas. What have we financial initiative. got? The majority of the people who voted in the The Lord Mayor organises a big screen in the middle referendum, voted to leave this organisation. of town, what have our representatives done? Itâ€™s an Looking at the last two years I have to ask, when easy answer, nothing! Itâ€™s disgusting these local lads did politicians become more powerful than the donâ€™t have our local councillors cheering them on. people who elected them into power?
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SATURDAY sees the Sheffield Family Music Festival return to Oughtibridge with a fantastic line-up of bands to keep everyone entertained. Headlining the festival this year at Secret Police – a tribute to British rock legends The Police . Up-and-coming London indierockers Wharf are also on the bill, as is former front man of the
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Yorkshire Day High Green Health Network celebrates Yorkshire Day at St Mary’s Catholic Church Hall High Green Sunday 29th July Yorkshire Oath at 12PM Activities, Stands and Performances 10 AM – 3PM Come along and celebrate all that is great about Yorkshire Supported by Ecclesﬁeld Parish Council.
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2.5.45 - 12.7.17 Much loved Husband, Father and Grandpops. Sadly missed by all who held him dear in their hearts. Only a moment goes by and we think of you with love and affection. Jane, Becky, Jo, Amelie and Eva. xxxxx
Bryan THORPE Elsie and family wish to thank all family and friends and parishioners for their support and kind messages of sympathy at the time of their great loss. Thank you to the Reverend Keith Hale for his comforting service and also the choir and organist. Donations in lieu of flowers raised £706.45 plus donated to ‘Children with Cancer’ and ‘ Save the Children.’
Margaret BATTYE Peacefully passed away on 8th July 2018.
Loving Wife of Graham and much loved Mum of Jason, Adele, Susan and Mark. Loving Grandma of Georgia, Cody, Ben & Seth. Funeral service to be held at Grenoside Crematorium, North Chapel on Thursday 19th July at 10:00am. Family flowers only please. Donations would be appreciated for Motor Neurone Disease Association. A box will be available at the crematorium. All enquiries to Dyson Funeral Service, New Road, Deepcar, S36 2RS Tel. 0114 2883169
HORSFIELD Noeleen Norah
On 1st July 2018 Suddenly at home aged 82 years, Noeleen of Deepcar and formerly County Wicklow. Loved and loving Mum, Grandma, Nana and Great Grandma. A very dear Sister. Funeral Service at Grenoside Crematorium, North Chapel, on Thursday 19th July at 12 Noon. Family flowers only please but donations would be appreciated for the British Heart Foundation, for which a box will be available at the Crematorium. All enquiries to T W Birks & Son, 100 Manchester Road, Deepcar, S36 2RE.
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SCOTT Dorothy (Dot) of Stocksbridge, suddenly passed away peacefully on 29th June aged 90 years.
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Valley Music Festival – first grants made to local groups THE Valley Festival has made cash grants to three local primary schools - Deepcar St John’s, St. Ann’s Primary and Royd Nursery Infant School and also to Deepcar Training Band. It is hoped that these grants will help them buy music education resources to help young students enjoy making music. A spokesperson for the festival told Look Local: “We are hopeful that they will all come back and perform us at next year’s festival on April 13 2019.” Building up to the big date in 2019 – the festival will be promoting performances throughout the year at Fox Valley. The first of these performance show-
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Golf club round-up THIS week’s results for all the Stocksbridge and District Golf Club competitions. Tuesday July 3, Dragons V Waterfront G.C. This week’s first event saw a visiting team from Waterfront G.C. come to challenge our Stocksbridge Dragons. This proved to be a great day for all with some nice golf from either team and all bathed in glorious sunshine. The overall match score from the day was 252 Waterfront & 256 S&D.G.C. Wednesday July 4, HoughTexas Scramble.
Another tightly run competition between the senior players of the club eventually saw these fours player below rising from the field of players.
to clinch victory in each of their divisions. Division One: N. Eggenton 72-09=63 Division Two: W. Lazenby 93-22=71 Saturday July 7, Les Edwards (0-15 Handicap, Medal). A great turn out for this competition with a large field all due to compete on this scorching summers day. Several competitors came to the top of the field with a bunch of very impressive scores. E. Wilkinson 66-08=58 M. Bye 74-13=61 L. O’Sullivan 66-05=61
1. D Hayley, B Haythorne & D Pittaway = nett 53.9
S.J. Page 75-12=63
2. S Murphy, M Bradwell, A. Pearson 56.2
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Saturday July 7, Rabbits Cup (16- 24).
A special mention goes out to Bob Haythorne for his hole in one on the 17th hole par 3.
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Thursday July 5, Mid-week Medal.
This competition is set out for the players of 16 handicap and above and is always a tightly run event. The winners and runners up are listed below.
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Although a very limited field for this competition saw these two players rose through pack
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M. Taylor 85-19=66 J. Wood 88-21=67 Sunday July 8, Sunday Cup (Stableford). Now jumping forward to the competition held on Sunday. With a fairly short field this event was to prove quite the challenge with the course playing hard and fast. Here is a list of the players that held their nerve for this final round of the week. 1. A. Pearson 38 points 2. L. Hydes 37 points 3. T. Moseley 35 points 4. I. Sedgwick 35 points Sunday July 8 Ladies Cumberland Salver. This Sunday competition brought forward the lady golfers at Stocksbridge to take their place in the Ladies Cumberland Salver. With some great play from all of the ladies taking part the players listed below eventually came out on top of the pack. 1. H. O’Sullivan 39 points 2. A. Sedgwick 37 points 3. K. Busfield 35 points 4. M. Pearson 35 points
SHEFFIELD TIGERS LAND IPSWICH WIN JAMES Shanes lauded the influence of mechanic Henning Loof after shattering his best score for Sheffield Tigers in a 52-38 triumph over Ipswich in the speedway on Thursday.
STOCKSBRIDGE Cricket Club would like to thank all the under nine players and their families for their support over the season. The two under nine teams have worked hard in training to improve their bowlingand batting, earning them well deserved wins in the league. Well done both teams, keep practicing and see you all back in training next year.
The Dorset-based charger bagged 13-paid-16 on a night that saw the action delayed due to crashes that forced the withdrawal of Tigers Lasse Bjerre (concussion) and Broc Nicol (knee) as well as the visiting Cameron Heeps (concussion). Shanes backed up wins for Georgie Wood, Charles Wright and Todd Kurtz to play a part in three out of five maximum heat advantages for the Sheffield Window Centre Tigers. And having snaffled a chequered flag of his own in heat 14, the man behind Smiley Racing boasted a grin to rival that of Greg Hancock. The hosts made a flying start with guest Ty Proctor and Todd Kurtz taking full advantage of Rory Schlein’s early mechanical problem in a 5-1.
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Wood and Shanes got a slice of luck when ex-Tiger Jack Smith fell and Connor Mountain slowed down when on a maximum that got reversed in the reserve race. With Sheffield eight to the good, Bjerre clipped the back of second-placed Heeps in a horror smash on turn two that saw medics rule out both riders. Wright and Shanes took the lead to double figures and then tactical substitute Nico Covatti had no joy in trying to make inroads in heat five despite Nicol’s exclusion for hitting the fence. The American would later pull out despite attempting to continue in his next race. Ipswich hung in there with wins for guest Scott Nicholls, Schlein, Covatti and Mountain helping to shrink a 14-point deficit to eight. However, Proctor finished with a flourish thanks to a pair of wins either side of a Shanes success to ensure the visitors went home empty handed.
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Club records tumble for Penistone during busy week
Despite the high temperatures Penistone Footpath Runners achieved success in several of local races. Trunce (Monday) The week kicked off with over 40 Penistone runners taking part in the Trunce race series. Laura Gill was third lady back in a time of 32.00. John Halstead achieved second in the junior boys race in 16.41. Spencers Dash (Wednesday) The latest Spencers Dash race saw Gareth Cooke claim second place overall in a time of 22.25 and Kieron Reed join him on the podium in third place (22.48). Category winners were Rob Lees (MV40), Alan Knox (MV60) and Sue Higham (FV65). Hoylandswaine Hill Race (Friday) Next up on Friday were the junior Hoylandswaine Hill races where Penistone’s younger athletes fared well on the demanding course. The ever impressive Hugh Mackie was the pick of the bunch winning his race after a close fought battle
with teammate John Halstead. Hugh finished the course in 13.57. Oxspring Hunshelf Amble (Saturday) Penistone’s own race, the undulating 7.5 mile Oxspring Hunshelf Amble, was run in sweltering conditions on Saturday morning. Penistone’s Becky Timms was first lady back in an impressive time of 68.15. Julian Williams excelled in the hot conditions to beat off strong competition to take first MV50 in 66.44. The club had another category winner in Barabara Haigh who took first LV70 in 92.05. Cock Hill Fell race (Saturday) Ian Charlesworth and Brent Lindsey competed in the Cock Hill Fell race, both finishing in the top 10, Ian achieving sixth and Brent 10th. Jack and Paul’s Fun Run (Sunday)
Sunday saw 205 runners take part in the annual running of Jack and Paul’s fun run and again the Penistone youngsters put in great performances with Hugh Mackie winning the boys race, Meg Stead coming second in the girls race and Graihagh Turner claiming the final podium spot behind Meg. DABKA Round Donny Run (Sunday) John and Dawn Broom took part in the inaugural Round Donny Run, a 30k multi-trail stage race, finishing third mixed couple. Run for All Leeds 10k (Sunday) Three Penistone athletes competed in the Run for All Leeds 10k. Hannah Butcher (45.23), Luke McGuinness (49.51) and Michael Walsh (50.56). Northern Athletics Track and Field League at Wakefield (Sunday) Penistone rounded off the week by sending a squad of athletes to compete in the Northern Athletics Track and Field Division 4EC Fixture Three at Wakefield Thornes Park.
Competing against seven other teams, Penistone managed a very creditable fourth place. There were many excellent performances with 16 club records being broken and six new club records being set. The following Penistone athletes achieved first places: 400m B race Charlie Skipper 59.02 1500m B race Shaun Dimelow 1m 4:53.2s 3000m steeplechase B race Paul Fryers 13m 29.9s 5000m A race Gareth Cooke 17m 17.3s 3000m B race Julia Cobham 13m 36.7s
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Golf day success for Bolsterstone MVC BOLSTERSTONE Male Voice Choir’s annual Golf Day on July 6 raised £2,000 for the Royal British Legion. The sun shone on the successful day at Stocksbridge Golf Club and ended in the evening with a concert by the choir and an auction and raffle. Before the concert, the choir, conducted by their new musical director Daniel Timmins, sang ‘Bring Him Home’ outside after representatives of the Penistone branch of the Royal British Legion carried out a ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, carrying the standard and raising and
lowering the flag to the sound of the bugle.
former chairman, who is this year’s golf club captain.
First prize for best golfers was won by the foursome led by Martin Taylor (Brian Dobb, Alan Moseley and Ash Howe). Runners-up were choir committee man John Siddall’s four (Jason Kenyon, Mal Gillott and Gary Sykes). Third were Mark Rabjohn with Vin Hardisty, W Samson and T Priest.)
The event was organised by choir top tenor Brian Pigott in his 23rd successive year of hard work for the golf day.
Dransfield Properties, the Fox Valley developers, gave £1,000 for the golf prizes, local businesses sponsored the 18 holes and there were a wide range of prizes donated for the auction conducted by Frank Milnes, a long-serving choir member and
On-the-day help was given by choir baritone Horace Boothroyd, choir vice-president Gordon Webster, of Castle Farm, Bolsterstone, who also sponsored two holes, and the golf club’s professional Roger Broad. Choir chairman Mick Siddall presented a cheque to Derek Whitworth, chairman of the Penistone branch of the Royal British Legion. Photograph: Harold Norton
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