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TWO BAILED AFTER MAN’S BODY FOUND

A 40-year-old man and a 76-yearold woman arrested in connection with the death of Gary Dean in Barnsley last week have been released on bail while enquiries continue. Detectives arrested the 40-year-old man on suspicion of murder, and the 76-year-old woman on suspicion of assisting an offender, at the weekend.

Mr Dean, 48 and from Silkstone Common, was found at around 5.40pm on Thursday September 6, with significant injuries in a wooded area behind Moorend Lane, close to the Trans Pennine Trail. A forensic post mortem examination has now been carried out, which

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concluded that the cause of death was injuries resulting from a significant assault.

Detective Chief Inspector Steve Whittaker continues to appeal for information about Mr Dean’s movements on Thursday last week: “We know that when Mr Dean was last seen by loved ones on Thursday morning, he was wearing trainers and a bright red running top. I’m keen to hear from anyone who may have seen Mr Dean on Thursday. “The post mortem has revealed that Mr Dean was subjected to a violent and significant attack, so we need to hear from anyone who can help us piece together his movements that Thursday.

“Did you see him in the Trans Pennine Trail area, or in this woodland near Moorend Lane? Did you see him anywhere else on Thursday? “If you hold any information at all that could help us understand what happened to Mr Dean, please get in touch. “You can call police directly on 101, quoting incident number 628 of 6 September 2018. If you would rather provide information anonymously and not speak to police directly, you can do so by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.” His family has been informed and are receiving support from police.

The Headteacher, Governors, Staff and Students warmly invite you to visit the school during our

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Thursday 27th September | 6:00 - 8:00pm Headteacher’s Presentation | 6:00 pm & 7:00 pm Come and join Staff and Students in a range of activities. See display and performance work and sample the flavours of our school. A particular welcome is extended to prospective parents and their children to come and talk with staff and pupils.

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MTB champ Steve Peat to open Grenoside skate park

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A STOCKSBRIDGE Town Councillor has had the idea of setting up a youth town council and is looking for potential councillors. THE determination of four young teenagers from Grenoside will be celebrated next week, at an official opening event on Saturday September 15, after their efforts to improve their local park has resulted in a brand new skate and scoot park for all the community. The new skate park, on Main Street, features a mini pump track, ramps, a sub box, rails and curved banks, and is suitable for all wheeled users such as balance bikes, scooters, skate boards, bmx bikes and roller blades.

At the opening event the new facilities will be tested out by Steve Peat, former Downhill MTB World Champion and creator of the Steel City Downhill race in Grenoside Woods. Peaty will be demonstrating his skills on bikes and boards, showing people of all ages and abilities how they can try out and improve their skills. He will also be joined by staff from ‘The House’ who will be providing a twohour skateboarding coaching session.

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The park will be officially opened at 12.30pm, with a ribbon cutting by Deputy Lord Mayor, Cllr Tony Downing. Also attending will be Councillor Mary Lea, Cabinet Member for Culture, Parks and Leisure, plus local councillors and officers from Sheffield Parks and Countryside service. The Friends of Grenoside Park was established in 2012 after the four local lads identified and campaigned for vital improvements to be made to facilities in their local park.

The Friends group was supported by local councillors and staff at Sheffield City Council and raised money from local grants, fund raising events and donations to complete maintenance work, but more was needed to realise the young lads’ vision. Following a successful application, Sport England contributed £28,000 to make the boys’ skate park dream become a reality. The skate park is located on the old tennis courts opposite the bowling park and children’s play area.

Cllr Catherine Ward said: “Are you 13 to 17 years old and live locally to the area? If you want to have your say in your area and share what you are passionate about we’d be interested to hear from you. “We will be meeting once a month and in the evening with dates to be arranged. If you are interested contact Stocksbridge Town Council for an application form before October 2. Applications must be returned by October 11.” To contact the council, call 0114 2887895, email admin@stocksbridge-council.co.uk or write to Stocksbridge Town Hall, Manchester Road, Stocksbridge, S36 2DT.

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Ann Reresby Trust applications open APPLICATIONS are now being invited for the Ann Reresby Trust, a local charity to help female students in High Green.

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The Charity was founded in 1801, and uses the interest from money invested for educating girls within High Green “in such a manner as the trustees shall think proper.” Part of the original bequest was used to build a school in the village, however today the fund is used to support local girls and young wom-

en who are in further or higher education. The grant can be used to buy books, materials or equipment that will help with studies, and is open to any female student who lives in the village of High Green. If you would like to submit an application, or find out more about the charity, then could you please call 0114 284 8575 for further information and advice.

Steel Valley Project celebrates 30 years with walk PEOPLE living and working around Stocksbridge are invited to join local countryside management charity, the Steel Valley Project, on a sponsored walk to celebrate their 30 year anniversary.

There are two options for anyone wanting to get involved - a 12-mile walk for those wanting to tackle an exciting challenge and a shorter six-mile route which still takes in local gems such as the historic village of Bolsterstone.

The event is being held on Saturday October 6 and will cover highlights in the area, such as Whitwell Moor, Wharncliffe Heath and Bolsterstone. It will include many of the project sites which the charity has worked on over the years and give the local community a real feel for the sort of work which they carry out.

The Steel Valley Project was founded in April 1988 through a partnership between the original Stocksbridge Steelworks (now Liberty Speciality Steels), Stocksbridge Town Council and the Countryside Commission and was hailed at the time as a ‘major industry improvement scheme’. The launch of the charity was marked in 1988 by a tree planting ceremony

involving local school children from around the district. In late 2017, as part of celebrations for 175 years of steelworks in the valley, a commemorative tree planting ceremony was held, bringing together a number of people from the original event. The last 30 years has seen the charity develop long term relationships with their partners and the landscape of the Stocksbridge valley change through a variety of different projects. The local community have played a major part in delivering these projects, through volunteering and support. The charity also plans to invite people to the event who

have played a role in the organisation’s long history. Tom Newman, Project Manager for the Steel Valley Project, said “We want to mark our 30th anniversary year with an event where local people can get involved and really celebrate the number of positive projects that the Steel Valley Project have undertaken over the years. The sponsored walk offers an exciting challenge and also showcases many of the sites which we have improved over our 30 year history.” Participants will receive a celebratory buffet meal on route and a commemorative gift on completion of the walk.

COUNCILLOR - "WHY I CHALLENGED MAGIC MAGID TO A BOXING MATCH” AN ECCLESFIELD Parish councillor has told Look Local why he challenged Lord Mayor of Sheffield Magid Magid to a charity boxing match. David Ogle, an independent member of the parish council, threw down the gauntlet during a light-hearted challenge at Sheffield City Council’s full meeting last week. Magid, who has gained national attention for his unorthodox approach to his duties, smiled as Cllr Ogle spoke and said that he would respond in private.

“The net cost to the taxpayer in setting up a community boxing gym is zero, compare that to the £1,000 cost of one police officer attending one home to take one statement following a crime.

Entries are open now and with limited spaces available, the charity recommends people book early. For further details and a map of the route, visit the Steel Valley Project’s website www. steelvalleyproject.org

Local community groups press on with plan to re-open St Matthias Church So far there has been a great deal of interest from local community groups. A further meeting at Stocksbridge Town Hall is to be held on Tuesday September 12 at 7pm to discuss the way forward following discussions with the Church of England Diocese of Sheffield and the Church Commissioners.

Cllr Ogle, a former Rifleman in the army, told Look Local: “I write this on Sunday and as of now I am in negotiations with our Lord Mayor, I am grateful he has not dismissed my request for help out of hand. A request made from one man to another in the spirit of sportsmanship and respect.

“Boxing gyms, community run, reduce crime and anti social behaviour and in doing so improve life quality for all within the community they exist, this is a proven fact, again easily checkable.

The walk will have way marking direction signs throughout and participants will get to experience a variety of terrain from riverside to moorland, with fabulous views over the Peak District and Upper Don Valley.

FOLLOWING a meeting of interested local community groups on August 15, the viability of a project to develop a community-focussed use of the recently closed-for-worship St Matthias Church, Manchester Road, Stocksbridge, is to be investigated further.

Mr Ogle has since revealed that he is now in negotiations with the Mayor regarding the bout and has explained his motives.

“Videos of how I asked for help are on my twitter and facebook pages, but should be easy to find on you tube or Sheffield Live with a quick Google search.

Sponsorship money raised will go towards helping to deliver future projects carried out by the Steel Valley Project to improve the local environment.

It would be greatly welcomed if other groups can attend this event.

“I asked Magic Magid, our Lord Mayor, for help because he has a media and personal following, because he is young and seems able to handle a few rounds with a guy who may not have youth on his side, but does have the skill in a ring earned from years of training. “Together we could inspire all age groups to get involved in setting up this community gym. Be that in simple goodwill, active attendance or simply vocal support. “To be honest I would be happy if this event, should it happen, simply stops those elected to represent us actively

blocking what could clearly be an amazing community asset. “Boxing saved me from taking the wrong path in life, I want to offer others that same chance. Do you? Plenty will sneer and moan, but do nothing. Too few will actively try to do good for goods sake, do not take the negative option. “You can contact our Lord Mayor via city council, or on social media, I ask you to do so, I have asked our Lord Mayor for help, I now ask you for help, let Magid know of your support in this event, be a part of doing good for good’s sake.”

Following this a report will be presented to Stocksbridge Town Council seeking support for the venture at their council meeting on Wednesday September 13 at 6.30pm. There is a high degree of synergy between groups who met back in August about the future of St Mathias. Artistic and Performance based groups such as Beacon Arts, Inyerface, the children's performance group, and Stocksbridge Music Festival lend can envisage the main auditorium of the Church being adapted as some kind of multi-use flexible performance space. Don Valley Railway and the Town Council see the outside area around the church being developed to create a high quality public realm linking Stocksbridge to Fox Valley and a future station. The undercroft of the Church, accessed at the rear, could provide units for small independent businesses to be developed. And, Stocksbridge Energy Group would wish that the roof create a solar farm to power the project. Any interested parties are asked to attend the meeting on September 12.


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New patron for Paces AN internationally renowned language expert is to become a Patron of Paces, the High Green charity and school which supports children, adults and families with cerebral palsy and motor disorders.

Paces is a leader in the leader in the use of Conductive Education, a system of training to support those who have motor disorders learn to overcome the challenges they face and reduce their dependence Dr Spencer Pitfield, on artificial aids. Chief Executive of Professor Varley, who Paces Sheffield, said: is UCL’s Chair of Ac- “We are delighted that quired Disorders of Professor Varley has Language Communica- accepted our invitation tion, was previously a to become a Patron of Trustee of Paces when Paces. she worked at the University of Sheffield. She has written numerous articles and papers and is a leading expert in this area of research.

“I am excited by the opportunities there are from having her insight into language development alongside our pioneering work using

Local residents have become increasingly worried that they have not had any resolution to the concerns they have already lodged with Sheffield Highways and have therefore started a survey to ascertain from local residents what they believe would be the best means of tackling the ongoing problem at the junction. Conductive Education, and I am confident they will help children and adults both here and beyond in the future.” Professor Varley joins the Rt Hon Robert Halfon MP as a Patron of Paces. Mr Halfon, Chair of the Education Select Committee, joined the charity in December 2017.

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PUBLIC OPINION SOUGHT ON OUGHTIBRIDGE ACCIDENT BLACKSPOT FOLLOWING the return to schools last week there has been another accident in Oughtibridge at the junction by the bridge.

Professor Rosemary Varley, from University College London (UCL), will work with the organisation to establish further research into Conductive Education for both children and adults.

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Local campaigner Terry Barrow is spearheading the survey and has had offers of help from other concerned residents willing to deliver the leaflet in order to gauge opinion as to the best way forward. She is concerned that although the council now accepts that this junction is an accident blackspot, and have agreed to do some remedial

work, timetables keep slipping and, because of that, more people are still being hurt. Following a long period of lobbying from the local community in Oughtibridge, Sheffield City Council have agreed to carry out some road safety improvements at the junction at the bottom of Bridge Hill and Orchard Street/Low Road. Consultation is proposed for November with construction expected around June 2019. One of several options being considered by the Council is a reversal of the one-way system on Bridge Hill. This would allow traffic coming down Station Lane to proceed straight across the junction at the foot of Orchard Street as well as turning right into Bridge Hill from Orchard Street. Traffic from Langsett Road South or Church Street wanting to

travel up Station Lane would have to go around the old White Hart and turn left. This is the only option the council has made the community aware of. Another option proposed from within the local Oughtibridge Community is to maintain the existing one-way system but physically alter the junction at the bottom of Bridge Hill to ensure that all traffic would turn right onto Low Road. This scheme would have the same effect on traffic travelling up Station Lane as above. Not only would this proposal have prevented every injury accident at the junction to date, it would have the added benefits of maintaining access for homes and businesses, preventing people from turning left into Forge Lane from Bridge Hill and stopping people racing down

Station Lane, up Bridge Hill and on to Church Street. Anne Phipps, speaking on behalf of the local Labour Party, emphasised the importance of gauging local opinion. She said: “Residents have previously expressed their concern to the Council by signing a petition with 700 names. We want to ensure the local community in and around Oughtibridge has a meaningful say in determining the best way of making this junction safer for all to use. We fully support this community initiative and hope local residents and residents and commuters using these roads will respond.” As well as returning the flyer now being circulated, people can respond to the survey online by visiting https:// tinyurl.com/oughtibridgejunction

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Wortley sensory garden to open for the day THERE will be a creativity and mindfulness day at the nurturenature sensory garden at Station House in Wortley on Sunday September 23. Leave behind the busyness of daily life and set aside some time to refresh yourself through the creative pursuits of drawing and writing. Tune into what feels right for you and explore the benefits of mindfulness. Enjoy a playful approach to creativity through the qualities of patience, trust and openness.  Overview Station House is a private house on Finkle Street, Wortley, where the garden is being developed as a healing garden available to the local community. The site is an acre or so in total and has plenty of spaces in the garden to sit and relax, draw, write and of course garden! Weather permitting we will use this lovely outdoor space for the day but there is indoor space in the conservatory which can be used if necessary.

During the day you can spend time discovering a new way of creating, through drawing and writing, using mindfulness as the foundation. All necessary materials such as paper, pencils, paint etc are provided. This event is suitable for anyone who wishes to explore mindfulness as a fresh approach to creativity, which can be expanded to all areas of life. Tuition will be provided in mindfulness as well as the craft skills of drawing and writing. The day will happily accommodate those who practice regularly as well as those new to drawing, writing or mindfulness. Beginners and the terrified are all welcome! The two tutors who will lead the day are both experienced practitioners. Dr. Lauri Bower has 30 years' experience of meditation practice and 15 years of running and organising retreats. She completed a Ph.D. on Mindfulness and Engaged Buddhism; the key teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh in 2014.

Clare Belbin is the artist-in-residence at Helmsley Walled Garden and can often be found painting in the garden. A payment system where you make a donation appropriate to your income is in operation as organisers aim to make the day available to anyone wishing to attend, regardless of income. No one else will know what you have contributed. We ask you to consider carefully what you can realistically afford without depriving yourself and your family or dependents. A suggested minimum donation would be £5to £10 rising to £70, which is what Lauri and Clare usually charge for a similar day retreat. Places are limited to allow a high student to facilitator ratio. Tea, coffee and cold drinks will be provided but we ask that you bring your own lunch with you. For information and booking, contact Helena on helenad1009@me.com or call 07831 505624.

LEARN ALL ABOUT LOCAL BEEHIVE QUERNS

ON Thursday September 27 at 2pm, there will be a talk in Stocksbridge Library as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, sponsored by the Bolsterstone Archaeology and Heritage Group.

John Cruse will be telling us more about 'Beehive Hand Querns in the North of England'.

John is an expert on querns and is coordinator for the Yorkshire Quern Survey - a database of all querns in the North found in excavations, in museums, in field walls and in private collections, which now includes over 7,000 examples.

A quern is a simple hand mill for grinding corn into flour, typically consisting of two circular stones, the upper of

which is rotated on the lower one. They have been used since people started growing grain thousands of years ago.

The site was recognised and surveyed by Leslie Butcher in 1949 and is now scheduled to protect it.

We are fortunate here to live near Wharncliffe Crags (thought to be a corruption of 'quern cliff '), where the sandstone was the ideal material for the manufacture of quernstones in Iron Age and Roman times about 2,000 years ago.

Querns in a variety of styles, often broken, are frequently found in excavations; by studying them and the examples at the manufacturing site, we can understand better how they were made, used and disposed of by their owners.

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Wednesday Sept 5 5 Chapeltown Ladies Group’s meetings start again after the summer break at 7.30pm at the Scout Hall on Burncross Road. New members are welcome. Phone Sheffield 0114 2469049. 5 Stocksbridge and District W.I. are meeting at Christ Church, 6.45pm for a 7pm start. Join us for our third birthday party and celebrate with friends old and new. Visitors are always welcome = £3.50. For further details, call 07939941818 or 07900024549.

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5 Celebrating 50 years of Stocksbridge Library. Pop-up museum. Stocksbridge and District History Society present some of the artefacts in their collection and are present to answer questions. Thursday Sept 6 6 Celebrating 50 years of Stocksbridge Library. Pop-up museum. Stocksbridge and District History Society present some of the artefacts in their collection and are present to answer questions. Friday September 7 7 Stocksbridge Spiritual Group demonstration of mediumship with Joanne Nettleton. £6 per person for one night only at the Inman Pavilion, Moorlands Drive, Stocksbridge, S36 1EG. Doors open at 7.15pm to start at 7.30pm, everyone welcome we are open every Friday for more info please call Janet on 07860319251. 7 Ecclesfield Priory Players are taking part again this year in the Heritage Open Days after the success of last year. The theatre at Well Lane, High Street, Ecclesfield, S35 9TP. 10am until 4pm. Each day there will be three tours of the theatre building, giving access to areas usually unseen. Also on each day at 11am and 2pm there will be a slide show, which shows the transformation of the old chapel into the 98 seater theatre that we are so proud of today. Refreshments will be available. Saturday Sept 8 8 Wisewood Church, MacMillan coffee morning.

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8 Stocksbridge Christian Centre present fun, games, entertainment, food and friends for all the family. 10am to 1pm. Lots of games to play. Prizes to win. Hotdogs, chips and drinks. 8 Bus Pass Buskers are at The Blue Ball, Wharncliffe Side. 8 Ecclesfield Priory Players are taking part again this year in the Heritage Open Days after the success of last year. The theatre at Well Lane, High Street, Ecclesfield, S35 9TP. 10am until 4pm. Each day there will be three tours of the theatre building, giving access to areas usually unseen. Also on each day at 11am and 2pm there will be a slide show, which shows the transformation of the old chapel into the 98 seater theatre that we are so proud of today. Refreshments will be available. Sunday Sept 9 9 Music in the Park - Oughtibridge Brass Band and Training Band present an afternoon of great music to suit all tastes, yummy refreshments and pleasant company. Come and share the afternoon with us from 3pm to 5pm. Tickets on the gate £3, children free. As always a super raffle. Bring your picnic. Marquees, so no worries about sun or drizzle. We will also be presenting a cheque for £500 to the Oughtibridge Defibrillator Fund Raising Campaign following

the band’s fund raising concert held in June for this very important cause. 9 Open Afternoon from 2pm at Barnsley Bridge Club, Shaw Lane Sports Centre, Barnsley S70 6HZ. Everyone welcome, all age groups, whether new to the game or just a little rusty. Join us for a cup of tea and find out more about this fascinating game, a great way to keep your mind active and alert! Beginners’ lessons to commence September / October 2018. For more details tel 07763 504310 or email barnsley.bridge@outlook .com 9 Chapeltown Silver Prize Band in Chapeltown Park from 2pm to 4pm. Free entry. Refreshments available. If you cannot manage the hill up to the bandstand you can bring your car into the park from Station Road end (past Carters Garage) 5mph with hazards please. 9 Friends of Charlton Brook have our final workday of 2018, commencing at 10am. Meet at Charlton Brook Dam with Sheffield Park Rangers in attendance. All are welcome to help maintain a vital greenspace and home to a plethora of wildlife. Monday Sept 10 10 Penistone Pottery Group new term starts Monday September 10. 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Cost is £15 per session – only pay if you attend. Includes all materials and pieces glazed and fired. Full tuition. All levels welcome. St John’s Community Centr4e (The Bar Room), Church Street, Penistone. For more information, call Dave Helm on 07708901115. Tuesday Sept 11 11 Thurgoland Tuesday Groups meeting at 7.30pm at Thurgoland School. The guests are the Leader Brothers with their “Mystery Box”, ladies of all ages welcome. Contact Joan Methley on 0114 4535139. 11 What is Fracking and why should Ecclesfield by concerned? We need to know. Frack-free Ecclesfield & Chapeltown info meeting 7.30pm at Ecclesfield Library, High Street, S35 9UA. Wednesday Sept 12 12 Thurgoland Community Choir’s first practice after the summer break at 7.30pm. The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact Elaine on 0114 2845494 or Julie on 0114 2830613. 12 Bradfield Walkers are Welcome - Local History Morning Round Walk in the Loxley Valley - start 10.30am from Loxley Village Green (junction of Loxley Road/ Rodney Hill)- return around 1pm, 2337463. 12 Chapeltown WI next meeting will be a musical evening. This will be at 7.30pm in Chapeltown library. The competition is for a hand made treble clef. New members and visitors are welcome. Thursday Sept 13 13 Try the Community Cafe at the Beacon at Thurgoland Holy Trinity Church from 10am to 1pm. With refreshments, chat, crafts, advice, IT help and books. All welcome, contact Sue on 0114 2888501. 13 Stocksbridge and Upper Don 50+ Group will meet 2pm to 3.30pm in Stocksbridge Library. New members welcome. 13 Hallam 89 Theatre Club presents ‘Goodnight Mr Tom’ a play by David Wood from a novel by Michelle

What’s On Magorian at the University Drama Studio, Glossop Road, Sheffield at 7.30pm. Tickets available on the door £9 and £7 concessions. Friday Sept 14 14 Stocksbridge and Upper Don Community Health Forum will meet 10.30am to 12 noon in Stocksbridge Library. All welcome to attend. 14 Hallam 89 Theatre Club presents ‘Goodnight Mr Tom’ a play by David Wood from a novel by Michelle Magorian at the University Drama Studio, Glossop Road, Sheffield at 7.30pm. Tickets available on the door £9 and £7 concessions. 14 Ecclesfield Priory Players are taking part again this year in the Heritage Open Days after the success of last year. The theatre at Well Lane, High Street, Ecclesfield, S35 9TP. 10am until 4pm. Each day there will be three tours of the theatre building, giving access to areas usually unseen. Also on each day at 11am and 2pm there will be a slide show, which shows the transformation of the old chapel into the 98 seater theatre that we are so proud of today. Refreshments will be available. 14 Celebrating 50 years of Stocksbridge Library. Celebration coffee morning with Deputy Lord Mayor Tony Downing and Stocksbridge Town Mayor Julie Grocutt. From 10am. Saturday Sept 15 15 Bradfield Village Hall, Farmer’s Market, 9am-3pm, 2851227. 15 The Extraordinary Gatty Women of Ecclesfield. Illustrated talk by Mel and Joan Jones. 7pm at Ecclesfield Church, Church Street. Free, donations welcome. Refreshments. Booking recommended. Also, launch of the Jones’s new book “Picture Perfect”, illus by Gatty family members. Tickets from the Church at coffee mornings, Tuesday and Friday 10.30-12.30, or www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/

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15 Thorpe Hesley and Scholes Village Show at Trinity Community Centre, Thorpe Hesley, S61 2QJ. Veg, flowers, fruit, cookery, handicrafts, children’s, floral art classes. Entries accepted Friday 6-8pm or on the day 8.30am – 11am. Show opens at 11am with entry only £1 per adult. Dog Show at 12.30pm. Lots of stalls, lunches, bar, attractions and games. Further info from Kay Hester on 07708421017 or kayhester@hotmail.co.uk also online at thorpeandscholes.org or our facebook page.

are so proud of today. Refreshments will be available. 15 Waldershelf Singers Concert at Brightholmlee Methodist Church at Wharncliffe Side at 7.30pm. Tickets £6, contact 2882407 or pay on door. Sunday Sept 16 16 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners - Work Day (Mowing on the fields) on the Common, meet at Long Lane Car Park, 10am to 12 noon, tools and gloves provided, 2348425. Monday Sept 17 17 Stocksbridge and Deepcar Townswomen’s Guild sponsored walk and coffee morning at the Christian Centre. 10am to 12 noon. All welcome. 17 Cargo the musical by Paul Field. At Christ Church, Stocksbridge. 7.30pm. Tickets £5 from 0114 288 3937. The fight for freedom past and present. Tuesday Sept 18 18 Celebrating 50 years of Stocksbridge Library. Talk Like a Pirate Day! Local author Suzy Senior will read her book ‘A Pirate Christmas’ and ‘Octopants’ at under fives story time. There will be pirate crafts and the Little Library will be outside for more stories and fun. 10.30am. 18 Cargo the musical by Paul Field. At Christ Church, Stocksbridge. 7.30pm. Tickets £5 from 0114 288 3937. The fight for freedom past and present. Wednesday Sept 19 19 Thurgoland Community Choir practice at 7.30pm and will include the AGM. The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact Elaine on 0114 2845494 or Julie on 0114 2830613. 19 Bolsterstone Archaeology and Heritage Group meeting in the community hall, Christ Church, Manchester Road, Stocksbridge at 7.30pm. Hugh Willmott will give a talk on ‘The archaeology of glass in South Yorkshire’. Admission fee for non-members is £2 including refreshments. Thursday Sept 20 20 Thurgoland Local History Groups next meeting is at Thurgoland Village Hall at 7.30pm. The speaker is Brian Robinson with a talk entitled ‘Evacuation WW2’. All welcome, admission is £2. For more information please. Contact Maurice on 0114 2883482, or Margaret on 0114 2885037.

15 Stocksbridge Christian Centre invite you to have fun aboard the Jolly Roger at 7.30pm. Themed dinner and entertainment. £10. To book, please call 07532435641 or 07979221077.

20 Hillsborough and Owlerton local history group at 7.45pm. The history of Paradise Square. Speaker John Alcock. We meet at the Hillsborough Sports Arena, Middlewood Road, Hillsborough.

15 Hallam 89 Theatre Club presents ‘Goodnight Mr Tom’ a play by David Wood from a novel by Michelle Magorian at the University Drama Studio, Glossop Road, Sheffield at 7.30pm. Tickets available on the door £9 and £7 concessions.

Sunday Sept 22 22 Jumble Sale. 12pm to 2pm. Grenoside Scout and Guide HQ, Saltbox Lane, S35 8QS. 50p. Donations taken 7pm to 7.30pm on Friday 21st or 9.30am to 10.30am on the day. No electrical items thanks.

15 Ecclesfield Priory Players are taking part again this year in the Heritage Open Days after the success of last year. The theatre at Well Lane, High Street, Ecclesfield, S35 9TP. 10am until 4pm. Each day there will be three tours of the theatre building, giving access to areas usually unseen. Also on each day at 11am and 2pm there will be a slide show, which shows the transformation of the old chapel into the 98 seater theatre that we

22 Chapeltown Village Show, Newton Hall, Chapeltown. Registration of entries 8.30am to 10.30am Open for viewing 1pm to 4.30pm. Admission 50p for adults, children free. 22 at 7pm in St John’s Church Deepcar Quiz and Fun Night(with Pie and Peas) to raise funds for a new kitchen, water tank, class room

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bread t cheese t eggs t fruit t veg t cakes olives t meats t wines t pet food tspirits t hot and cold sandwiches Tel 0114 285 1227 www.bradfieldvillagehall.org.uk and Community First Aid Facility in the Rywanyana Village Uganda. Tickets£10 Family Ticket £25 from Grace Bevan 07443601386 or gracebevan@yahoo.co.uk or Doris Stubbs 07960306539 or dgreenmoor@yahoo.co.uk Sunday Sept 23 23 Car Boot at Parish Centre, Crow Edge, at 9am. £5 per car. Large site. Refreshments. Proceeds for maintenance of centre. 23 Creativity and Mindfulness Day from 10am to 5pm at nurturenature@Station House Finkle St. Wortley S35 7DH . An opportunity to experience drawing and writing supported by mindfulness. Complete beginners welcome. The course is led by two experienced practisers and all materials provided. Drinks will also be provided but please bring your own lunch. To make the day available to all, cost is appropriate to your income. Please contact Helena on helenad1009@ me.com or call 07831505624 for further details. Numbers are strictly limited to allow a high student to facilitators ratio. Monday Sept 24 24 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners ‘My Work of Ecosystem Services and the importance of Wadsley Common’ a talk by Alison Holt, Alison Holt prepared the baseline study for the whole of the Lakeland Partnership including Wadsley Common, entrance fee £3.50 members, £4.00 visitors, includes refreshments and home made cake, 7.30pm, Wadsley Church Hall, Worrall Road, S6 4BA. Tuesday Sept 25 25 Friends of Wortley Hall Gardens meeting will be a social/plant swap with a quiz and refreshments. 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 Sept 26 26 Thurgoland Community Choir practice at 7.30pm - an open rehearsal/bring a friend and try us out. The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual all welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact Elaine on 0114 2845494 or Julie on 0114 2830613. 26 Fun time buffet and dance at 1.30pm. Buffet provided by Crawshaws and cakes supplied by the Coffee Apple with the Fabulous John Mycroft singing the songs we love and plenty of Dancing only £7 at the Legion Club. Everyone welcome. Valley React is a Community Project who welcomes everyone. Ring Kath 07596130043 to book

and info. Money with booking please. Thursday Sept 27 27 Try “Singing 4 Fun” at Holy Trinity Church, Thurgoland, from 10.30am to 12pm. Followed by refreshments. No auditions, no musical experience necessary. All welcome, contact Judith on 0114 2830083. Singing 4 Fun is a Dementia Friendly event. 27 Talk in Stocksbridge Library at 2pm, as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, on Beehive Querns in the North of England by John Cruse. Sponsored by Bolsterstone Archaeology and Heritage Group. Free but numbers are limited-please book on 0114 2734205, by email stocksbridge.library@sheffield.gov.uk or by Eventbrite https://www.

eventbrite.co.uk/e/localarchaeology-talk-the-beehive-hand-querns-of-yorkshire-tickets-49733030834?aff=ebdssbdestsearch. 27 Stocksbridge Art Society at Christ Church Community Hall. With Robert Fathers – media: gouche and subject: floral. 7pm to 9pm. Membership £6, visitors £3. Raffle and refreshments. Friday Sept 28 28 Chapeltown WI will be hosting a Macmillan coffee morning from 10am until 12 noon in Chapeltown library. Coffee and cakes and various stalls. Everyone welcome. 28 MacMillan Greatest Coffee Morning, Zion Church Hall, Langsett Road South, Oughtibridge 10 am to 12pm. Raffle and bring and buy stall. Everyone welcome. 28 Celebrating 50 years of Stocksbridge Library. Macmillan coffee morning and craft sale from 10am. Saturday September 29 29 Arts and craft exhibition to be held at Lomas Hall, Stannington, Sheffield by the Sheaf Independent Artists, 11am – 4pm. Admission free. 29 Bradfield Village Hall, Charity Ball, tickets from Flask End Post Office. 29 The Bus Pass Buskers play The Castle at Bolsterstone. Be sure not to miss this, it will be a fantastic night. Come early to be sure of a seat, they always fill the place. great music, nostalgia, and laughter. Sunday September 30 30 Quilt and Textile Show, 10am till 4pm at Bolsterstone Village Hall, S36 3ZB. Includes quilt and textile displays, trade stalls, refreshments, tombola and workshops. Contact


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It is with great sadness that Joan wishes to announce Jeff’s death in the NGH on Tuesday 4th September aged 75 years. Jeff’s funeral will take place on Thursday 20th September at 2.30pm at Grenoside Crematorium, South Chapel. Joan wishes all friends and family to join her at Waldershaigh, Bolsterstone for refreshments afterwards. Family flowers only please donations in lieu of flowers will be divided between the British Heart Foundation and Bloodwise.

Jeff HOLMES Those special years will not return the ones we shared together. But my love and memories will last forever. Loving Wife Joan xx

Jeff HOLMES In our hearts you will always stay. Loved and remembered everyday. Love Carolyn, Richard and Renée xxx

Jeff HOLMES Gentle Jesus up above Please give Grandad a big hug. Love you lots Aaron, Leah and Noah xxx

Jeff HOLMES A true friend is difficult to find and impossible to replace. Love Jan and Peter x

Jeff HOLMES Fond memories over the past 50 years Rest in peace. Love Kath and Martin x Acknowledgements

Gerald TINGLE Gerry’s family would like to say thank you to all family and friends that attended the service. A special thank you to the tribute from the Ambulance staff that attended, Gerry would have been so touched.

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Maureen RODGERS (née Levitt) 15.09.1953 Deep in my heart lies a picture Of a loved one laid to rest In memories frame we shall keep it Because she was one of the best. From Husband Brian Angela & Dave Mathew & Jane Grandsons Joseph, Samuel, Luke and Thomas.

Darren HOLLINGSWORTH Remembering your 45th Birthday 16.09.18 Forever in our thoughts Daughter Megan, Mum, Dad, Craig, Lisa, Liam & Sadie x

On 17th August 2018 Died peacefully at home, after a long illness aged 88 years. Husband of the late Lorna, Father of Steven and Susan, Grandfather of Laura and Lawrence, Brother of Edna and the late John and Wilf. A dear Uncle and Father-in-Law. Funeral service at Grenoside Crematorium, North Chapel on Monday 17th September at 3.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for Sheffield Hospitals Charity c/o T.W. Birks & Son, 100 Manchester Road, Deepcar S36 2RE.

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Suddenly at home on 2nd September 2018, aged 72 years, Catherine the beloved Wife of the late Tony. Much loved Mum of Mark, proud and loving Nan of Anthony. Dear Motherin-Law of Paula and Sister of Brian. Funeral service at Grenoside Crematorium, South Chapel on Thursday 20th September at 11.30am. Family flowers only please but donations would be appreciated for St Luke’s Hospice, for which a box will be available at the service. All enquiries to T W Birks & Son, 100 Manchester Road, Deepcar, S36 2RE. Will friends please meet at the Crematorium.

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Margaret Mary, passed away on 20th August, aged 83. Loving Wife of Colin, a much loved Sister of Pauline and the late Stuart, and a dear Auntie. Funeral to take place at Grenoside Crematorium South Chapel on Wednesday 19th September at 11:30am. Family flowers only but donations may be given to the Oughtibridge Defibrillator Fund, if desired.

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This was our fifth annual event and it appears to be getting better every year. We have to particularly thank Ecclesfield Parish Council, the J.G. Graves Trust and the Sheffield Town Trust for their generous support which allowed us to provide free children’s rides.

To fund these we have three fundraising events planned.

On Saturday September 22 at St John’s Church, Deepcar, there is a quiz and fun night with pie and peas, games, raffle, prizes included in the £10/ £5 for children charge. Soft drinks are available BYO Thank you also to all those of you who freely alcoholic drinks. donated to our group. HGIB always have future plans to continuously improve, hopefully, the areas On Friday October 19 there is an evening with around the village for which we take responsibility. The Bus Pass Buskers at 7pm at Christ Church Your words of encouragement and financial Stocksbridge (more details later) and on November 17 in Matlock Imperial Rooms from 10am to 1pm support are always most welcome. a table top sale.

The Rywanyana Community Project

The Rywanyana Community Project has now become a Registered Charity and it’s founding members originally Grace and David Bevan, Doris Stubbs (and the late Steve Lake) are joined by new Trustees Stuart and Barbara Marriott and Martyn and Mandy Kemp.

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Doris Stubbs

Happy memories

The objectives of the charity are the relief of poverty and educational provision for Rywanyana Village over 6,000ft up in the mountains of South Uganda.

Dear Sir,

I have just spent a couple of hours at Ecclesfield Library with our Village History Group’s display The project started with the provision of a classroom, made of wattle and daub, for 30 children and now for Heritage Week. provides education for 160 children housed in As I walked from the door to my car, I noticed seven classrooms, six of which are built with bricks; AGAIN that some plants had been plucked from the number of staff employed (teachers, cooks and the ground by person or persons unknown. local craftsmen) has risen from three to over 20; This theft of plants has been going on for a couple new amenities pit latrines, community kitchen, of weeks and is very upsetting for the Library water tank, a safe swimming area and a machine Volunteers, especially for our gardener who has for grinding corn - saving people a long journey to put in hours of work to improve the appearance the nearest town to pay high prices for this service. Our latest project was the provision of a hostel for of the frontage. 16 orphaned/abandoned children. If anyone can give any information about these thefts, for example if you see them being sold Funding has come mainly from the people in somewhere informally, please contact the library. If our local area but also from friends in Matlock, Nottingham and Brussels and from the four jobs YOU are the person stealing them, please STOP! worked by Grace Bevan supported by her husband David. Victoria Bowden, Chair, Friends of Ecclesfield Library CIO We have a sponsorship scheme by which, for £25 a month, currently 29 needy children are given education, school uniform and two meals a day.

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Our future plans include the provision of a community clinic which will be provided by Stuart and Barbara Marriott through donations from friends and family in memory of their son, Daniel, who died in July, three new classrooms and teachers, a school kitchen and another water tank.

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On behalf of High Green in Bloom, I would like Our nursery and primary school are now Happy memories. to thank all who attended for making our recent government registered and recognised and named

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Sheffield Music Hub provides musical education for children in Sheffield regardless of their background, including lessons in singing and instruments alongside a wide range of Sing and Play music groups for children of all levels of ability.

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IT was a good week for Penistone Church, progressing to the third round of the Toolstation NCEL League Cup on Wednesday with a 6-0 defeat of Harrogate Railway on Wednesday, before beating the same opponents 3-0 in the league on Saturday. Scorers for Church in the cup game were Andy Ring, Brett Lovell, Conor Glavin (x2), Sam Scrivens and Ryan Johnson. Then on Saturday, Andy Ring, Kieran Ryan and Sam Scrivens were all on target in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division encounter.

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Trunce series prize winners OVER 40 Penistone runners took part in the final Trunce of the nine-race series which runs over summer. On the night there were strong performances from Damian Kilpin second over-40 man (26-10), Laura Gill third senior woman (32-07), Julie Darigala second over-40 woman (32-06), Heather Lindley third over-50 woman (44-39), Kelvin Bowskill second over-60 man (33-52) and Barbara Haigh first over-70 woman (49-34). The following Penistone runners also featured in the top three for the overall series: Laura Gill first senior lady, Kelvin Bowskill first over-60 man, Barbara Haigh first over-70 woman, Dawn Godley second over-50 woman, Dan Limb third senior male and Damian Kilpin third over-40 man. The week also saw the final Spencer’s Dash of the series and Penistone runners featured strongly.

woman (31-40), Margaret Hudson second over-65 woman (44-39), Matt Robinson third over-50 man (23-19), Kelvin Bowskill third over-60 man (2643), Ray Brown second over-70 man (36-01) and Thomas Hudson third over-70 man (45-03). Top three finishers for the overall Spencer’s series were Julie Moxon (first over-45 woman), Dawn Godley (first over-55 woman), Kieron Reed (first senior man), Ray Brown (first over-70 man), Margaret Hudson (second over-65 woman), Gareth Cooke (second senior male) and Thomas Hudson (second over-70 man). Gary Dean completed the Spencer’s Dash race too finishing in 40th place in a time of 26-06. Other Penistone results: Blackshaw Head Fete Fell Race 5.5m 900ft ascent: 22, Ian Charlesworth 46-59 Sourton Torr Fell Race on Dartmoor 2.4m 801ft ascent:

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STOCKSBRIDGE Park Steels under eights have made a good start to their new season, despite a tricky opening fixture. Coaches Ian Butler and Craig Sutherland are delighted with their progress and look forward to nurturing their talent going forward. They would like to thank kit sponsor Tom Pickering of Clearance & Cleanup.


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Two from two for plucky Pigs STOCKSBRIDGE RUFC maintained their 100% record, defeating a committed but limited Sheffield Oaks side at a blustery Coal Pit Lane at the weekend. Eventually running out winners by 27-0 to secure second place in the league table on points difference. With former skipper Pete Newton injured and Matt Nesbitt unavailable, Stocksbridge welcomed back the mercurial Paul Kelly at centre, with Liam O’Leary switching to the back row to accompany returning club captain Ricky Rowett. Ben Westby, Ricky Christopherson and James Booth made for an experienced replacement bench.

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Stocksbridge were on the front foot from the kick off and the home side had 80% possession along with 90% territory and camped on the Oaks goal line.

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Through a mixture of stout determined defence, some poor handing in the difficult conditions and over playing it in the pack, they were made to wait until 15 minutes in for scrum half Adam Frith to sneak through a gap and touch down for the first try, just too wide for Bowskill to convert. There followed a procession of Stocksbridge attacks and just before half time Frith crossed to bag his second, again sniping at the back of a dominant pack of forwards, to jink past a couple of would be defenders, but again too far out for Bowskill to add the extras in a growing gale. The visitors were certainly relieved to hear the half time whistle with only a 10 point deficit to contend with. The second stanza followed almost exactly the same pattern as the first, with the home forwards totally dominating their opponents and it seemed just a matter of time before the floodgates would open. Liam O’Leary made the most of an attacking scrum, where Oaks did have some success, and broke on the blind side to cross in the corner for another unconverted

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Stocksbridge 27-0 Sheffield Oaks try. In truth Stocksbridge Rugby were never in any danger or under any periods of pressure from their beleaguered opponents, who never threatened the home side’s try line in 80 minutes of rugby. Stocksbridge were however, guilty of making unforced errors and taking wrong attacking options, which in turn kept the scoreline almost respectable. When the Piggies did move the ball wider, fly half Bowskill was on hand to finish a sweeping move, going in unchallenged in the corner. Ryan Smith crossed

the line soon after but failed to ground the ball correctly. Sam Whitaker capped another strong performance with a barnstorming, bonus point try almost on the final whistle, Bowskill was able to add the conversion to leave the final score 27-0. It was quite a frustrating afternoon for all still led to another five-point victory as head Coach Keenan declared afterwards: “Whether we had won by 80 or by 27 points, we still only get five competition points, so there are positives to be had. We nilled them too, showing a mean defence.”

Keenan will be well aware that Stocksbridge Rugby will need to improve on this performance to seriously achieve their goal of challenging for the league title this year.

whilst Scotty Bowskill is sponsored by Mr Byron & Teresa Turner, the club are grateful for their support. The match ball kindly supplied by Pace Financial Management Services.

The Bradfield Brewery man of the match award went to the hard working Rees Aspin, with Sam Whitaker running him close. Aspin said: “It wasn’t pretty, but a bad win is better than a gallant loss any day!” Adam Frith is sponsored by Brian Mill painting & decorating services, Sam Whitaker and Rees Aspin are both sponsored by S&M Pipework,

Stocksbridge are scheduled to take a break from their league fixtures this weekend and are due to entertain Dronfield seconds at Coal Pit Lane with a 3pm kick off. Coach Keenan will want to use this match to run the rule over some of the fringe members of the squad, so everyone has the opportunity to stake a claim for a shirt.

War Memorial Ladies flying start

At Ollerton it was Bex Shaw and Kathryn Mudge (pen) with the goals but it was the defensive performance that really took the eye to ensure a hard earned clean sheet. At home on Sunday Oughtibridge pressed from the start but didn’t get the goal their play

deserved with Woodlands playing effectively on the break, the pacey Jody Scott looking dangerous up front.

of a threat after half time but the game wasn’t over until Mudge smashed home from a tight angle on 68 minutes.

From a great move Oughtibridge took the lead on the half hour, new signing Millie Kenyon volleying home Mudge’s sweet cross. All the hard work was undone immediately with a super finish by Scott to make it 1-1.

Both sides worked hard to the final whistle with youngster Emma Wall coming on for a promising home debut. This Sunday, September 16, Oughtibridge welcome Eastwood Town Ladies to the War Memorial at 2pm. The following week they have a glamour home FA Cup tie against FC United of Manchester Ladies.

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But a second followed when Strachan Sampson beautifully set up Ross Brown who made no mistake firing in and David Hudson’s team looked in control. Yet Norton scored twice in the early stages of the second half to draw level, Callum Frith setting up Jack Waymouth to tap home and then Michael Gibbons centred for Harry Mitchell to finish.

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With the game evenly poised, the next goal was crucial, and it went Oughtibridge’s way when Duckworth glanced home a header for his second of the game. Norton pushed on for a third but were caught on the break and the excellent Danny Booth added the fourth with just five minutes to go.


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FAR FROM A PIECE OF CAKE FOR STEELS Pontefract Collieries 2-0 Stocksbridge PS By Dave Rhodes With Steels looking for a second win of the campaign, manager Chris Hilton was forced to shuffle the pack with players injured or on holiday for the short trip to Pontefract. Consequently, the team was set up with a bit of an unbalanced feel to it as Stirrup came in at centre back. Weather conditions were dismal, dank and dreary as opposed to the warm sunshine experienced at Lincoln last week, but at least players would be happy to see a pitch with surface moisture where the ball could be zipped around to feet. The game started as an even contest with both teams creating half chances with nothing to trouble either goalkeeper really.

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But the writing was on the wall as Steels pushed men forward carte blanche and were failing to react and identify danger early enough.

On 12 minutes Dugdale, the nippy left winger, was left one on one with Charlesworth, coming inside he threaded a ball neatly to Michael Dunn who latched onto it and chipped the ball over the advancing Greaves from 10 yards out.

Greaves needed to be alert on numerous occasions as Pontefract pressed forward, it must be said, with relative ease, no real resilience nor tenacity shown by the away side in critical areas of the pitch. Park steels did have a few ventures into the home sides half but free kicks, corners and through open play, were largely ineffective, apart from a chance in front of goal when Mangham should have hit the target, instead, firing well over.

A free header from McFadyen was off target from eight yards central to the goal and Moxam missed a glorious opportunity after terrific work down the left by Williams. Certainly Steels were making hard work of it, making elementary mistakes throughout the team against an average Pontefract side which was hard to fathom why. Easy passes were made far more difficult than they were, balls were not held and didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t stick in crucial areas of the pitch.

A scrappy affair ensued with Park steels all over the place at times becoming one dimensional and lacking ideas going forward, it seemed the harder they tried the worse it got. Three substitutions were made but made no difference as the Pontefract side managed the game out well.

It is hard to pick out any positives from an inept first half display where Park Steels failed to press up the pitch and work as defensive unit when the ball was lost.

On 85 minutes a shot from 20 yards out by Ely Hey, Pontefractâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s busy centre forward, fizzed past

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