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MOTHER AND SON SENTENCED TO LIFE
ON Friday August 9, a mother and son were found guilty of the murder of Barnsley man Gary Dean and sent to prison for more than 50 years. Scott James Dawson, 41, and his mother Carol Dawson, 72, have been on trial at Sheffield Crown Court since Monday July 8 charged with murder. On Monday August 12, Scott Dawson was sentenced to 31-years in prison, with his mother Carol jailed for 26 years. Over the course of a five-week trial, the court learned of the circumstances that led to the murder of 48-year-old Gary Dean in the Silkstone Common area of Barnsley in September 2018. Judge Jeremy Robinson expressed following the sentencing how he believed the Dawsons intended to kill Gary and that neither of them could control their tempers, he said: “You both were filled with venom and desire for revenge for what you inaccurately perceived as police inaction. “Neither of you could control your tempers and it is clear, you, Scott Dawson, have a violently explosive personality and manner. Continued on page two
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Temporary Detective Chief Inspector Mark Oughton, senior investigating officer, said: “I want to take this opportunity to offer my condolences to Mrs Dean, Gary’s parents and wider family who have demonstrated incredible strength throughout the police investigation and supported us throughout.
“Had your intention been to simply injure him seriously, your guilt would have been ascertained as he could have explained what occurred. It appeared to you both, that all previous aspects of your campaign were not working as you wished. Gary was carrying on as he had before. He had “This trial has discussed to be removed.” Gary’s death in harrowing detail and their courage is He added how the Dawn- to be commended.” sons ‘both fed off the venom within each other’ and “I would also like to thank how ‘this toxic mixture led the investigation and prosto murder’. ecution team who worked tirelessly to secure sucThe court heard how Gary- cessful convictions. This who was on the autistic investigation was like a spectrum- behaved in an jigsaw puzzle, and when abnormal and anti-social all the pieces were put tomanner but was not an gether the only persons overly aggressive individu- who could have been real. Instead of trying to un- sponsible for this brutal derstand Gary’s behaviour, attack were the Dawsons. the Dawsons commenced a vendetta against him, “I welcome the sentence which ultimately cost him received today.” his life.
Gary Dean’s family issued the following statement: “As a family, we are left completely devastated at losing Gary, John and Denise’s son and only child in such a violent and horrendous way. We are all finding it very difficult to accept what has happened to him. “Life without Gary in it is going to be very hard. We will miss those precious family times we enjoyed together. Life with Gary was full of colour, adventure and laughs. For us and Gary’s friends, it has been like a light going out, making the world a much darker place. “We would like to thank the Major Crime Unit and their legal team for all the work that they have done to bring his killers to justice. “We have been overwhelmed by the support we have received from family and friends and would like to sincerely thank them all.”
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Fresh appeal in Deepcar murder investigation POLICE officers investigating the death of Nadeem Qureshi in Deepcar last month have made a fresh appeal for information. Mr Qureshi, 40, was found on Wednesday July 24 at around 7.15pm, on Station Road in Deepcar. He had suffered severe injuries and sadly died a short time later. A total of seven arrests have been made in connection with his death so far. Six men, aged 18, 22, 23, 34, 30, and 38, arrested on suspicion of murder have all been released on bail.
ESSENTIAL SUPERTRAM WORKS TO RESUME AT HILLSBOROUGH SUPERTRAM passengers are reminded to check before they travel as essential network repairs are set to resume at Hillsborough Corner/Holme Lane. The rail replacement works, to extend the lifespan of the Supertram network, will continue from Saturday 17 August at 9pm, until Friday August 23. Blue and Yellow route Supertram services from Meadowhall and Halfway will terminate at Hillsborough tram stop. South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE) Director of Customer Services, Tim Taylor, said: “We’re almost at the end of this year’s rail replacement works, which are essential to ensure the continued safe running of the tram network. Once again, I’d like to thank passengers, area residents and businesses for their patience throughout this peri-
od and look forward to a full service resuming at the end of August for customers.” During the weekend of August 17 and 18, dedicated tram replacement bus service Y4 will operate a circular route between Middlewood and Malin Bridge. Customers should alight at Holme Lane to connect to trams at Hillsborough. From Monday August 19 the SL1 and SL1a services from Stocksbridge will continue from Middlewood Park and Ride along Middlewood road to Hillsborough Interchange. The BL4 service will operate from Malin Bridge to Hillsborough Interchange. All tickets valid on tram services will be accepted on the SL1, SL1a, Y4 and BL4 bus services. CityBus and Stagecoach bus only tickets are not valid on dedicated tram replacement services. A re-
duced evening frequency will operate to the end of service. Passenger information – including service updates, replacement bus timetables and traffic diversions - is available at affected stops and in leaflets on trams, online at travelsouthyorkshire. com and supertram.com, on twitter @TSYalerts and @SCSupertram and via Traveline 01709 515151. Timetables on Yellow and Blue route Supertram services will change during the rail replacement project. Tram Train and Purple route services will operate as normal. Malin Bridge and Middlewood Park & Ride sites will remain open and will be free of charge for the duration of the works. Travel tickets can be purchased onboard replacement bus services.
One woman, aged 41, arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice, has also been bailed. DC Dean Craik, investigating, has appealed to drivers who were in the area at the time: “We’re interested in hearing from anyone who was travelling along the A6102 Manchester Road that day (24 July) at around 7pm. In particular, I want to hear from people who were on the section of road between Vaughton Hill and More Hall Lane. “Did you see any vehicles driving strangely or erratically? Did you notice anything
unusual that day? We would really like to hear from you. I’m also keen for anyone who has dashcam footage of this stretch of road, that evening to contact us.” If you can help, please call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111. Please quote incident 831 of 24 July 2019 when passing on information. You can also report information online, via the UK Police Major Incident Public Reporting Site.
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CAR CRASHES AFTER POLICE PURSUIT - WANTED MAN DRIVING THE driver of a VW Golf didn’t want to stop for South Yorkshire Police officers around the High Green area of Sheffield at 5.30am of Sunday morning. One officer said: “At the time we didn’t know why or what had happened, but our officers kind of guessed he wasn’t on his way to work! “He led us on a merry dance till his ambitions got the better of his driving skills, and he crashed on School Road, as per the photos. “Despite crashing, he decided a bit of garden hopping was the order of the day. Thank you to the local residents who let us through their house to try and
detain him, sorry for the muddy boot prints! “A short distance away he was eventually cornered by one of our officers on their own, but despite that, the driver still decided he didn’t want to give up and displayed some serious aggression towards that officer. “Despite being faced with an offender intent on escaping, the officer bravely tried to restrain him until police dog Reggie arrived on scene and assisted in detaining the driver.” The vehicle was recovered and the driver arrested for a number of serious offences in the Stocksbridge area.
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Westwood - stopping social segregation nosed with a long term health condition which necessitated hospitalisation and a lengthy recuperation period. Similarly, another director’s wife had serious health issues.
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WESTWOOD 2015 Limited, to give the formal title, is a local charity based at the Paces Campus in High Green; established in 2015 and registered as a charity in September 2018. It has a charitable objective of stopping social exclusion, or how they have defined it as stopping social segregation. How Westwood 2015 came about can demonstrate this - its predecessor was Westwood Training, a registered training provider with the DfES and an exempt char-
ity – however government funding cuts and changes to charity law in 2014 made it organisationally unfit for purpose, like many other small community based education providers who went to the wall. It has three volunteer trustees, all of whom had previous and current links with Paces Campus and the locality of High Green and Chapeltown. Norman Perrin was founder and former CEO of Paces Sheffield Charity based at the Paces Campus; Neil Mor-
They were dormant for 18 months and then hit the threshold of £5K to start registration with the charity commission resulting in their registration in September 2018. They believe this shows how committed to the locality and its residents they are.
Westwood is a local charity supporting the local commuris was a former director of nity, developing local projects Westwood Training and has for local people. over 23 years experience of working in deprived com- Their aim is to provide munities as a community something for all by creatdevelopment and education ing community activities, is very much volunteer led and worker. is hoping to make volunteer David Fairbanks currently opportunities available. manages IT Support, a social enterprise based at the Paces Westwood became operational in late June 2019, runCampus. ning a pilot series of creative Westwood’s three directors activities and also outreach decided an alternative course work has been undertaken of action and launched West- by attending existing groups wood as a charitable compa- and community events like ny limited by guarantee. But the Yorkshire Day event at then ill health then got in the the Miners Welfare in High way; Neil Morris was diag- Green.
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By doing this, they have developed a list of events and activities that individuals would like to see taking place in our locality, including an idea for a pilot project called A Life Well Lived – a creative writing programme. A partnership has been developed with St Saviour’s Church and during the summer holidays a couple of family learning events took place called ‘Hands Around the World’. Their ethos is to work with all people, who are, or in danger of becoming marginalised. Connecting with this group of older people through creative activity sessions will make all the difference to their situation. Westwood is also in the planning stages to develop and deliver the ‘Footsteps’ initiative - a three-stage programme about developing, training, equipping and enabling local people in High Green and surrounding areas. It is aimed at developing in community organisations through volunteer community facilitators, serving the communities they come
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Wednesday August 14 14 Chapeltown WI will hold a social evening at 7.30pm in Chapeltown Library. A ploughman’s supper will be provided by the Committee. Sheila Millson will speak about Living with the Aborigines. The competition is for a souvenir tea towel. New members are always welcome. 14 Try the new Wortley afternoon social at St Leonards Church from 1pm to 3pm. Drop in for a cuppa and a chat with friends old and new. Just turn up or call Joan on 0114 2887435. This event is supported by Barnsley Age UK.
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14 Chapeltown and District Probus Club for retired gentlemen are meeting at Grenoside Community Centre at 10am on the second Wednesday of each month. After a friendly formal meeting we have a talk given by visiting guest speakers on a variety of interesting subjects , this month’s speaker is Steve West talking about ‘The Stammering Toast Master’. Further details 07966 317258. Thursday August 15 15 High Green Folk at the Phoenix, Greengate Lane S35 3GS. A third Thursday monthly event. All most welcome to perform, listen, or join in with chorus songs. Free. Please email Pete on firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in booking a spot or simply turn up on the night. 15 M.E. and Fibromyalgia Support Group at Zorro’s, Fox Valley. 2pm to 2.30pm. Drop in for info oneither illness or just a chat. Hosts June and Sally. One of many drop-ins and part of a bigger charity covering South Yorkshire. www. sheffieldmegroup.co.uk. Contact info@ sheffieldmegroup.co.uk or call 0114 253 6700.
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15 Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group - ‘Medieval Lords of Sheffield - John Talbot’ by Lloyd Powell, 7.45pm, Hillsborough Sports Arena, Hillsborough Park, S6 4HA, £2 for visitors, 0114 2863017.
15 Stocksbridge FairTrade Group will meet 3pm to 4pm in Stocksbridge Library. New members welcome.
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Saturday August 17 17 St Leonard’s Church, Wortley, Summer Tea Party at 2pm. Teas, Cake stall plus other stalls. 17 Stocksbridge Christian Centre, Cedar Road, help yourself buffet from 3pm to 5pm. Price £6 - booking would be appreciated. Please phone 2884377.
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Sunday August 18 18 Jawbone car boot sale. 8am - 12 noon. Oughtibridge Lane, S35 0HN. Stall holders please book in advance Parking £1. No roadside parking. www.greenheadhousefarm.co.uk/ carboot Monday August 19 19 Millhouse Green Male Voice Choir practice at 7.30pm. The practice will be at Millhouse Green Institute. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact Keith on 01226 763754. 19 Craft Club for Kids at the Inman Pavilion, Moorland Drive, S36 1EG, 10am to 12 noon. Only £1.50, email@example.com 07966 720773. 19 High Green Folk at the Phoenix, Greengate Lane S35 3GS. A third Thursday monthly event. All most welcome to perform, listen, or join in with chorus songs. Free. Please email Pete on firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in booking a spot or simply turn up on the night. Doors open at 8pm. Wednesday August 21 21 Try the new Wortley afternoon social at St Leonards Church from 1pm to 3pm. Drop in for a cuppa and a chat with friends old and new. Just turn up or call Joan on 0114 2887435. This event is supported by Barnsley Age UK.
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Thursday August 22 22 Free grass sledging in Chapeltown Park from 1pm – 3pm. All sledging at your own risk. This is great fun – Friends of Chapeltown Park have
What’s On six small sledges which go quite fast down the hill next to the playground. Refreshments available. All welcome. 22 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. Sunday August 25 25 Family fun day at Stocksbridge Cricket Club 1pm to midnight. Live music, drinks tent, BBQ, food, giant paella, face painting, cake stall, play area, fun, games and inflatables. Entry £3 per person or £10 for family ticket. 25 Live music night at Stocksbridge Cricket Club. Live music, BBQ food, marquee and drinks. 7pm to midnight. £3 per person or £10 family ticket. Monday August 26 26 Millhouse Green Male Voice Choir practice at 7.30pm. The practice will be at Millhouse Green Institute. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact Keith on 01226 763754. Wednesday August 28 28 Try the new Wortley afternoon social at St Leonards Church from 1pm to 3pm. Drop in for a cuppa and a chat with friends old and new. Just turn up or call Joan on 0114 2887435. This event is supported by Barnsley Age UK. Saturday August 31 31 High Green In Bloom Party In The Park, Mortomley Park, High Green, from 11am to 3pm. Stalls from local organisations and produce for sale from local crafts producers. Thanks to the support of Lane End and Mortomley T.A.R.A., Ecclesfield Parish Council, the J.G. Graves Trust and The Sheffield Town Trust we are able to provide free rides for children under 11. Bouncy castle, roundabout, bungee trampoline, gokarts. Come along and enjoy the day. Sunday September 1 1 Do you just love some of those wonderful old hymns, if so then come along to the Plough at Low Bradfield for Sankey Sunday where you can sing or just listen and have a tremendous uplifting evening, perhaps at a time when that is just what you need. Start 8pm finish 10pm, with breaks to go to the bar in between. A brilliant soul uplifting affair, hope to see you there. Monday September 2 2 Bradfield Historical Society -’The Wars of the Roses’, by Peter Lawton, 7.30, Bradfield Village Hall, 0114 2337463, non-members welcome. 2 Millhouse Green Male Voice Choirs next practice at 7.30pm. The practice will be at Millhouse Green Institute. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. 2 Bradfield Historical Society -’The Wars of the Roses’, by Peter Lawton, 7.30, Bradfield Village Hall, 2337463, non-members welcome. 2 Wharncliffe Side W.I. meeting in the village hall at Wharncliffe Side. Social evening with nibbles. Start at 7.15pm. Tuesday September 3 3 Bradfield Walkers are Welcome, Local History Morning Round Walk around Worrall led by Malcolm Nunn, start at 10.30am from Sycamore Park/Towngate Road, returning around 1pm, 2337463. Free but donation appreciated to cover costs of insurance and admin. Wednesday September 4 4 Try the new Wortley afternoon social at St Leonards Church from 1pm to 3pm. Drop in for a cuppa and a chat with friends old and new. Just turn up or call Joan on 0114 2887435. This event is supported by Barnsley Age UK. Thursday September 5 5 Open Mic Night at the Phoenix, Greengate
Lane, High Green, S35 3GS. A First Thursday monthly event. All most welcome to perform or listen. Free. Call 0114 2845093 for further information. PA provided. No backing support. You are on your own. 8pm start. Friday September 7 7 St Leonard’s Church Wortley are hosting a fund raising concert by Grenoside Choir at 7.30pm. Entry is £5 on the door, and includes a light supper. 7 Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust - Three Parish Woodland Celebration event - find out about the history, evolution and future of our woodlands, Nature Walk in Stocksbridge, meet at Oxley Park at 10.30am, followed by a talk by Richard Godley - ‘Lumberjills’, 11.30-12.30, Inman Pavilion, book on eventbrite, (search for Three Parish Woodland Celebration). Sunday September 8 8 Indoor car boot sale - Stocksbridge Community Leisure Centre. Open to buyers 10am to 2pm. Stalls £10 per table. To book a stall please telephone 0114 2883792. Monday September 9 9 Millhouse Green Male Voice Choirs next practice at 7.30pm. The practice will be at Millhouse Green Institute. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. 9 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners ‘The Sheffield ‘FREE BIRD’ Challenge’, an illustrated talk by Peter Brown of the RSPB, Pete spent 2016 travelling around the Sheffield area for free, by boots and bus pass, to collect sightings of as many bird species as he could, and raise money for cancer research. His talk looks at his journeys and the highs and lows he encountered on them. It shows the richness of the bird life in our city and its surroundings. entrance fee, £3.50 for visitors, £3 for members, (includes refreshments and home made cakes), 7.30pm, Wadsley Church Hall, Worrall Road, S6 4BA. Donations welcome to Cancer Research. Tuesday September 10 10 Thurgoland Tuesday group - speaker is Andrew Beever with a talk about Wortley Bells, there is a change of venue for the talk, this month the meeting will be at St. Leonard’s Church, Wortley at the usual time of 7.30. All welcome. Contact Joan Methley on 0114 4535139. Wednesday September 11 11 Try the new Wortley afternoon social at St Leonards Church from 1pm to 3pm. Drop in for a cuppa and a chat with friends old and new. Just turn up or call Joan on 0114 2887435. This event is supported by Barnsley Age UK. 11Thurgoland Community Choir practice at 7.30pm. The practice will be at Green Moor Chapel as usual. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. Thursday September 12 12 M.E. and Fibromyalgia Support Group at Zorro’s, Fox Valley. 2pm to 2.30pm. Drop in for info oneither illness or just a chat. Hosts June
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12 Community Cafe at the Beacon at Thurgoland Holy Trinity Church from 10am to 1pm. With refreshments, chat, crafts, IT and at 11am seated chair exercises. All welcome. Contact Kath on 01226 370331. Saturday September 14 14 Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust - Three Parish Woodland Celebration event - find out about the history, evolution and future of our woodlands, Children’s Activities in Grenoside Woods, meet at Grenoside Woods at 10am to 2pm, followed by a talk by Melvyn Jones, 2.30-3.30, Grenoside Reading Rooms, book on eventbrite, (search for Three Parish Woodland Celebration) Sunday September 15 15 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners - ‘Commoners Muck In Day’ - on the Common (mowing fields), meet at Long Lane car park, off Long Lane, between Loxley and Worrall, come along any time between 10am to noon, tools and gloves provided, 2348425.
16 Millhouse Green Male Voice Choirs next practice at 7.30pm. The practice will be at Millhouse Green Institute. All welcome, no musical experience necessary. Tuesday September 17 17 Friends of Wortley Hall Gardens meeting at 6.45pm for an autumnal walk in the gardens followed by a social with plant swop, quiz and refreshments at 7.30pm. as usual. All welcome, admission is £2.50, free for friends of Wortley Hall Gardens. If you are interested contact Barry on 0114 2830056. Wednesday September 18 18 Try the new Wortley afternoon social at St Leonards Church from 1pm to 3pm. Drop in for a cuppa and a chat with friends old and new. Just turn up or call Joan on 0114 2887435. This event is supported by Barnsley Age UK. 18 Bradfield Walkers are Welcome, Local History Morning Round Walk in the Loxley Valley led by Malcolm Nunn, start at 10.30am from Loxley Village Green (junction of Loxley Road and Rodney Hill), returning around 1pm, 2337463. Free but donation appreciated to cover costs of insurance and admin.
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Local Consultant recognised for ‘Gold-standard support’ at national slimming event WEIGHT-LOSS Consultant Lesley Haywood is celebrating after being recognised for the exceptional work she does to support people in Chapeltown to achieve their dream weight.
was invited to discuss best practice and share her tips on delivering a first-class weight-management service. They were also treated to a healthy banquet at the company restaurant.
She was one of around 150 highachieving Team Developers from across the UK and Ireland invited to Slimming World’s ‘Team Developer Thank You Day’, at the organisation’s head office in Derbyshire. Attending the event is extra-special this year as Slimming World is celebrating it’s 50th golden birthday year.
Lesley says: “It was a real honour to be invited to the special day at Slimming World HQ, and in Slimming World’s golden birthday year it feels extra-special!
Lesley, a Consultant for the Thursday evening Chapeltown Slimming World group, was invited to the event after being recognised by the company as a leading Team Developer. This means that as well as running her own weight-loss group, she is doing an outstanding job of supporting other Consultants in Chapeltown and the surrounding S35/S36 area to ensure excellent service to slimmers right across the region. And, as part of the day, Lesley, who became a Consultant after she graduated from the Slimming World Academy in 2009
“The day itself was so inspirational from start to finish. To have had the opportunity to meet and share ideas with other top-performing Consultants and managers was an experience I’ll never forget. “I left Derbyshire brimming with ideas and raring to get home, and there’s no doubt the insight will enable me to improve the support I give to other Consultants in the area, so that anyone who attends Slimming World in the north of Sheffield, including the members who attend my Slimming World group each week, get the very best possible service and support to achieve their weight-loss dreams. “It’s great to be able to tell people in Chapeltown and it’s neighbouring villages that they
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not forgetting Mr Becketâ€™s photographic studio We wish St Vincentâ€™s the best moving forward and which was adjoining the Motor Company (where would welcome the opportunity to work with them Lidl is now). in the future. The British Hall dominated our High Street, it was a multi-purpose building which at various times served as a school (which my father attended), a concert hall and a clinic, my son had his polio vaccine there.
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Liberty staff stretch legs across South Yorkshire to raise money for local hospice
The news that we are to lose another shop on our High Street makes me think about the Stocksbridge High Street we had 60 years ago.
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We had a central Co-op grocery department and across the road a Co-op Arcade which was something like the shop on Are You Being Served, we could buy anything there from a manâ€™s suit to a bedroom suite.
Ecclesfield Parish Council and St Vincentâ€™s Boxing Gym would like to distance themselves from the article in last weekâ€™s Look Local.
We had two bakery shops - bread still warm from the local bakery. We had three butchers, two greengrocers, two shoe shops, two wallpaper shops, a gas and an electricity showroom - where we could pay our bills and order a new cooker for next day delivery.
Furthermore, Parish Councillors must come to council meetings with a clear conscience and will STAFF across the Southnot succumb to any publicity stunt. Yorkshire based Liberty
The photograph with the article was used without authority of either the parents or the boxing club.
With that in mind, the Parish Council wishes to Speciality Steels took part distance itself from the article posted by Councillor in the businessâ€™ inauguWe had a thriving cinema with queues for two David Ogle. ral â€˜Legs of Steelâ€™ walk last performances a day. We had four places of worship, month, raising money for three banks and a post office. We had two ladies Bluebell Wood Childrenâ€™s outfitters, three sweetshops, an off-license and Kind Regards, Hospice. three pubs. Cllr Terence Bawden, Chairman, Over 50 people including Also two chippies - takeaways unheard of in those Ecclesfield Parish Council friends and family walked days. All these were on our High Street but we had the 15-mile route from Libshops on every street corner with four more Co-op ertyâ€™s site in Stocksbridge to branches and four more post-offices dotted around the finish at its Rotherham Apology Stocksbridge, Bolsterstone and Deepcar. We also had a Steel works stretching from one end of the valley to the other, ensuring our kids could leave school being sure of a full time and secure place of work, with the production of umbrellas which were famous throughout the world.
Look Local would like to apologise to St Vincentâ€™s Boxing Gym for the photograph that appeared in last weekâ€™s issue. Although it was used with the best intentions, it later came to our attention that Back to the High Street where we also had a bike permission had not been given for its use. shop, a newsagents, two chemists and hairdressers,
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â€œHopefully the â€˜Legs of Steelâ€™ walk will become a permanent fixture in Liberty Speciality Steelsâ€™ calendar, providing our staff â€™s legs arenâ€™t too sore this morning!â€?
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Alexandra Bee, Internal Communications Manager said: â€œThe walk was a great opportunity to bring colleagues together outside of work while raising money for a worthy local cause, which provides much needed support for severely-ill children and their families.
Corporate Fundraiser for Bluebell Wood Childrenâ€™s Hospice Julie Hampson said: â€œWe are so thankful to everyone who took part in the walk. Your support helps us care for children and young adults whose lives are sadly just too short, both in their own homes and at our hospice in North Anston.
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Bluebell Wood Childrenâ€™s Hospice is currently Liberty Speciality Steelâ€™s principal charity of choice, with the walk raising over ÂŁ2,000.
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15th August 2019
STEEL VALLEY YOUTH PRESENT
Wizard of Oz 5th, 6th, 7th,13th & 14th September AT ST JOHN’S, DEEPCAR
Doors open 6.45pm Starts 7.15pm Children £7 & Adults £9 5th: Open dress rehearsal - Tickets £5 Starts at 7pm 14th: Matinee - Starts 2.30pm. TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM STOCKSBRIDGE KEYS OR ON 0114 288 4391
STOCKSBRIDGE is a popular residential area, perched on the edge of miles of beautiful countryside. It is an area that although rich in history, is also looking forwards with a number of schemes and developments in the area. Although not as big an operation as it once was, the steelworks still produce top quality steel and the workers take a great deal of pride in that. The loss of much of the industry has led to the identity of Stocksbridge having to change and this has been addressed with a new retail development, Fox Valley.
But by far the most important aspect of Stocksbridge is the sense of community spirit felt among those who live here – whether born and bred or recently moved-in. Examples of this are all around us - whether it’s the incredible fight for the leisure centre, the many groups that meet in the library, the clubbing together of local people to revitalise the Friendship pub or Stocksbridge Park Steels, training footballers of all ages. It’s impossible to count the number of social, sport and commu-
nity groups in the area but there is a wealth of them. If sport is your thing, in addition to Park Steels there is a tennis club, two bowling clubs, a number of cricket teams and a rugby team who have just come off the back of a fantastic season. There are lots of social groups and meetings you can go to have your voice heard such as Valley in Bloom, the health forum, Valley React and Transition Stocksbridge. The history society have opened their heritage room down at The Ark, meticulously documenting the valley’s past.
We have amateur dramatics, dance groups, choirs and bands and the churches of the area work together as Churches Together. We have the Walkers are Welcome group, who outline a number of fantastic walks on their website, http://www.stocksbridge-walkers.org.uk/, making the best of our beautiful surroundings. Here in our latest Stocksbridge feature, we bring you updates on what’s happening in the community and also share some of the businesses that call Stocksbridge home. As we say at Look Local, live local, shop local and look local.
15th August 2019
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The following athletes also managed to break club records: Lee Hopkins (200 metres); Lee Hopkins, Scott Hinchcliffe, Hugh Mackie and Patrick Needham (4 x 100 metre relay); Steve Dickinson (discus); Julia Cobham (200 metres and 400 metre hurdles); Heather Lindley (400 metre hurdles); Ellie Brightmore
(discus) and Myfanwy Cross (shot).
and Barbara Hague first over70 lady in 48-02.
Penistone’s team finish third team on the day and also finished third overall in the league for the season.
Scott Hinchcliffe won the latest round of the Spencer’s Dash race series. Scott manged to break the 20 minute barrier in breezy conditions with a quick time of 19-50. Also on the night Lesley Parker was first over-35 woman in 27-09, Bill Phillips first over-70 man in 29-02 and Ray Brown was first over-75 man in 36-44. The seventh race of the summer Trunce series also took place this week and there was a strong turnout from Penistone. Age category winners on the night were: Steve Storey first over60 man in 32-17; Bill Phillips first over70 man in 3647; Heather Lindley first over50 lady in 40-59
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Bradwell fell race, 4.6 miles and 1,200 feet of ascent: 70, Paul Fryers 49-22; 72, Sarah Walch 50-19; 82, Matthew Coldwell 52-19; 104, Brent Lindsay 57-25; 111, Harriet Drouin 58-25; 122, Myfanwy Cross 60-23. Under 16s: 6, James Fryers 38-25. Under 18s: 2, Tom Fryers 44-17. Isle of Man half marathon: 22, Mark Riordan 1-31-42. Askern 10 Mile: 3, Gareth Cooke 56-51; 54, Robert Davies 1-08-34; 120, Mark Graham 1-15-49. York Chocolate 10K: Jane Lawcock 1-03-25 (pb) York Even Splits 5k: 4, Gary Briscoe 16-13 (pb); Dawn Broom 21-45 (2nd over55 woman – season’s best).
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STOCKSBRIDGE Rugby get their competitive season underway this weekend with the traditional opener, the Bradfield Brewery Cup.
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Rugby supremo Rhys Keenan will get the opportunity to see just how much progress his squad have made since they reported back for pre season training.
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With local neighbours Barnsley Rugby and high-flying Ossett Rugby also involved, the competition is set to be a stern test for the Coal Pit Lane faithful.
is a refreshment bar, barbecue and music throughout the festival. “The lads have certainly been putting in the hard yakka,” said Keenan. “I’m really looking forward to seeing how we translate our efforts onto the paddock,” he added. There will be ample opportunity for Keenan to give valuable game time to all members of his squad, as the league season fast approaches. Come along and enjoy the occasion, festival entrance is free.
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PENISTONE Church played out a 1-1 draw at Skelmersdale in the extra preliminary round of the Emirates FA Cup on Friday. Einar White opened the scoring for the home side in the 58th minute but Shaun Mundy levelled the scores for Church in the 76th minute, earning his side a replay. Church manager Ian Richards spoke after the game. “This was a really good end to end cup tie. In the
first half both teams were a bit tentative, both teams’ defences came out on top, they were no real chances created at both ends the little bit of pressure we had they made two good blocks and we had a couple of good set pieces, likewise they had a couple of hopeful shots from the edge of the box and a couple of half chances. “They had a couple of good chances which we defended well and then we started to ask a few question like getting Nathan Keightley
in behind and getting good quality in and around their box. “The game came alive on their goal and it came from nothing, it was a really poor goal to concede on our behalf, a really disappointing goal and something we have to get out of our system very quickly, we’ve conceded too many in pre-season and in competitive football. “The response was excellent, we made a couple of chances Billy Law and
Shaun Mundy came on, it altered the dynamic of the game and our goal was the best moment of the game, of real high quality. “We’ll make sure we prepare right and take confidence from our second half and our defensive performance tonight, we’ll make sure we have a game plan which wins us the game and puts us through to the next round of the FA Cup.”
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LAST Sunday, Birdwell Wheeler Trevor Mayne travelled down to Bedford for the Finsbury Park CC 25 mile Open time trial on the A1. Strong winds meant that no records were set but Mayne, setting off at 7:51am, had a strong ride finishing in 56m 30s. This placed him seventh overall and second on age handicap.
Last Tuesday, six riders braved a torrential downpour to ride in the club’s first of three hill climbs. Fastest on the night on the climb up America Lane, Hoober, was visitor Dan Emery in 3m 23.9s. Mayne was fastest of the five Wheelers in 3m 41.6s. Second quickest Wheeler was Marc Peasgood in 03:54.7 and third fastest of the club’s representa-
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handicap prize went to Peasegood.
The following evening saw three Wheelers compete for the club’s 10 mile Championship in the event run by Barnsley RC on the Park Springs course.
Sunday saw two groups out. Dave Hudson, Marc Peasegood, Chris Jenkins and Philip Adams set off at 8am on a 100-mile loop to Howden via Naburn.
Fastest was Dave Scargill in 25m 32s, second was Marc Peasegood in 25m 44s and third was Paul Heggie in 27m 51s. The
An hour later, new member Alan Bullock, Lucy Bullock and Roger Bacon set off on a 60-mile loop to Snaith via Womersley. Rodger Holmes linked up with Barnsley RC’s ‘Wel-
come to new riders’ 35 mile ride out to Nostell Priory and back. This Sunday’s club ride is to Bothamsall, Clumber leaving at 9am from Brewers Fayre roundabout at Wombwell. Visitors are welcome. More details on this and all the above can be found on the club’s website at http://w w w.birdwel lw h e e l e r s c yc l i ngc lu b. co.uk
Rain hits golf schedule at Stocksbridge THE rain of last week affected much of the mid-week golf at Stocksbridge Golf Club. The main victim of the weather was the Jamie Hobson memorial Trophy on August 9. With visitors coming from across South Yorkshire and further afield, the Club took the difficult decision to postpone the event until August 23. This does mean that anyone still interested in playing in the event can still book a tee time. The competition is open to all and details can be obtained from the club on 0114 288 2003. The Dragons section were able to play their Wharncliffe Dragon competition on August 7. The competition is a singles event and each player plays matchplay conditions against the course with a full handicap allowance.
The winner, Dave Broadhurst (18) was an impressive six up against the course. Dave won with a clear margin and his gross score was 76, equivalent to playing off a handicap of 11. Noel Weaver (19) and Les Wright (14) both finished three up against the course in second and third place. Noel pipped Les with a better score on the back nine. The gents’ mid-week Stableford was won by J. Slodyczak (14) by a clear margin with 41 points. K. Harris (21) was second with 37 points and E. Steel (13) third with 36 points. It was a small field that played, dodging between the showers and high winds. Saturday saw the Barrie Turner Memorial Trophy played for the first time. Barrie was a well-loved and long serving member of
the club, noted for his sense of humour and friendliness to all. Barrie sadly passed away a while ago and the club inaugurated this competition in fond memory of him. The Stableford format competition was won by S. Marsh (21) with 36 points, an impressive score in the high winds and heavy showers that affected most of the day. C. Brailsford (15) was second with 35 points and M. Meegan (19) was third with 33 points. It was a small field of committed golfers determined to play in memory of Barrie Turner. Finally, congratulations to Hilja O’Sullivan (19) who won the Ladies AAA EG Medal with a net 71 on Sunday. Hilja also came in with the lowest gross score.
Tigers see off Scots SHEFFIELD Speedway Tigers boss Simon Stead was pleased with his side as they saw off Edinburgh 49-41 at Owlerton. Visiting number one Sam Masters was untouchable as he struck a stunning 18-point maximum, but the Tigers dug deep to earn three more important league points. Not even Danny King could keep up with Masters despite his impressive Owlerton form, but he still top scored for the Sheffield Window Centre backed side with 11points. There were solid home debuts for recent signings Justin Sedgmen and Todd Kurtz while Zaine Kennedy was in the thick of the action and produced one of the rides of the season to go from third to first as the lone Tiger in Heat Seven. Captain Kyle Howarth started off with a win before enduring a frustrating evening thereafter while Josh MacDonald contributed four third place points and played his part in sending the Monarchs back to Scotland empty handed. Boss Stead said: “That was a job well done I thought. “It couldn’t have been a better scenario to end up with with us getting maximum points out of it and Edinburgh getting none. “We covered for Drew (Kemp - who scored eight-points in the Euro Under-19 Final in Slovakia) well I thought and to do that and do enough on a night where Kyle has had a tough one is testament to the boys. “It was important to get the win and it was a good way to start another really big week for us.”
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STOCKSBRIDGE Park Steels FC begin their Northern Premier League campaign on Saturday with an away fixture against Kidsgrove FC. Once again they will be the areaâ€™s highest placed representative at non-league level.
Steelsâ€™ first home game is the following Tuesday, August 20, against arch rivals Sheffield FC, in what should be a thrilling encounter with both clubs looking for early season bragging rights. Steels manager Chris Hilton has done his usual pre-season wheeler dealing, bringing in players that will do a good job for the club within the budget he has to work with.
Unlike some clubs, Steels donâ€™t have massive income streams and Chris has done an excellent job over his five years in charge to create sides that try and play entertaining football and challenge for a play off position. Although last season didnâ€™t always go to plan, Steels finished with a good run of form and obtained a comfortable mid table position. Chris will be hoping they find that form from the start this season and be looking up the table rather than down. Club chairman Graham Furness stated that he and his committee would love to build on last seasonâ€™s increase in attendance, with local community and supporters from the surrounding areas
of High Green, Ecclesfield and Grenoside also coming along and showing their support for the club at what, in todayâ€™s football environment, are excellent value for money prices. Graham said: â€œRunning a football club at this level is not easy and we are very lucky to have the excellent facilities that we have at the Look Local Stadium. â€œBut to be able to maintain them and stay at this level of the game, we need your support. It would be great to see you at our games, come along and support South Yorkshireâ€™s top non league team.â€? The first home game is Sheffield FC on Tuesday August 20 with a kick off time of 7.45pm.
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