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THE Magnificent Seven cycle race will have a new base when it returns to Bradfield for the third time on Sunday March 11. The event will start and finish in Bradfield – a picturesque Peak District village which sits within the Sheffield boundary just seven miles outside of the city centre – to allow more entries and more space for parking. The race is one of four headline events of The Outdoor City Weekender, running at locations across Sheffield from March 9 to 11. A cross between a sportive and a hill climb, the Magnificent Seven will see 130 cyclists – that’s 30 more than last year – battle up seven of Sheffield’s toughest ascents. The 2018 route, which is slightly more than 26 miles long, presents each rider with over 4,200ft of climbing and inclines ranging from 9 to 23 per cent. The race begins at 8.30am and takes in Mill Lee Road and Hoar Stones Road, Hagg Hill, Blake Street, Fern Road and Thrush Street, Birch House Avenue and Birks Wood Drive, Back Lane, and the infamous Cote de Bradfield. This final climb challenged the world-class Tour de France riders at the Yorkshire Grand Depart in 2014 and provides spectacular views over Sheffield from its summit. Event organiser Marc Etches said: “We are really pleased to be part of The Outdoor City Weekender and are looking forward to showcasing our great city once more with the Magnificent Seven. “Last year’s event was superb and we’re increasing the entries from 100 to 130 for 2018 to meet demand. Continued on page 2

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Magnificent Seven to return to Bradfield Continued from front page “The event is unique in the UK and gives the competitors the opportunity to race up traffic-free closed roads, for which we thank Sheffield City Council. “Professional riders are usually the only ones who get to ride on closed roads so this is a great selling point for the event, as evidenced by the veteran’s category selling out on the first day, which was amazing. “We are really looking forward to seeing the support from local residents, especially the crowds on Hagg Hill, Blake Street and the Thrush Street cobbles. This support is fantastic for the event and much appreciated by organisers and riders alike. “The route really showcases Sheffield as The Outdoor City and the riders will be treated to some spectacular views at the top of every climb, especially the highlight of this year’s route – the Cote de Bradfield.” Cyclists will ride with motorbike escorts and lead cars between each of the seven hills, and then gather at the bottom of each of the hills – which will be closed for the event – before racing for points to the summit. The first 15 to the top then receive points which count towards the grand prize of being crowned King or Queen of the Mountains, for which the winners receive a trophy. The ride is aimed at amateur club riders and, as well as capturing the imagination of local clubs, attracts cyclists from across the country to take up the seven hill challenge. Both men and women over 16 are encouraged to ride with equal prize money for both categories and there’s also a prize for the over 40s, as the fastest veterans are awarded separate points and prizes. Last year’s men’s champion Andy Nichols will be defending his title against tough competition from the likes of Cycling Sheffield’s Joe Clark who finished 4th in the National Hill Climb Championships, Calum Brown and Rick Bailey from B38 Underpin Racing and notable climber Andy Cunningham from All Terrain Cycles. Stand-out female favourite is Rebecca Goodson, who missed out on first place last year by just one point, as well as 2017 entrants Molly Horsley Frost and Abbie Taylor, who finished 4th and 6th, respectively. The veteran category, which sold out in less than nine hours, sees some new riders stepping up for the first time. James Allen from Sheffrec Cycling Club is a firm favourite, and Simon Warren who finished 3rd last year, as well as newcomers Simon Froberg and Olly Humphreys, will be giving everyone a run for their money. All entrants will receive refreshments before and afterwards, and each rider will also receive a free cycling cap for their efforts. Cow bells will again be handed out to spectators along the route to help cheer the riders along the tough climbs. Places are filling up very fast. To snap up one of the few remaining spots visit https://www.riderhq. com/events/77304/2018-magnificent-7

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Council publishes budget proposals to address £44 million funding gap SHEFFIELD City Council has published proposals that they say will meet the challenge of a £44 million funding gap next year due to rising demand for essential council services and further government austerity cuts. Proposals brought forward to meet the budget gap include £3 million of savings through renegotiations on the Veolia waste contract, an increase to the council tax of 2.99% following the government’s decision to lift the cap from 1.99% and a further increase to the social care precept introduced by the government in 2015. Sheffield council tax payers will see an average £1.10 per week increase to their council tax bills, from April 2018. Next year the council will invest an additional £15 million on services to provide care for adults and children, due to the high increases in demand for these services. However, despite this, these services have still had to make significant savings due to the scale of increases in need for these services in the city. Councillor Olivia Blake, Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Finance said: “We are seeing, across the country, the impact that continued austerity and increased cuts are having on council services. “Last week this reached a tipping point for one council which had to stop all spending because

they have fallen over the cliff edge. In Sheffield, we have had to bridge another £44 million gap this year in addition to the £390 million over the previous seven years. “Whilst we have robust plans in place to address these issues, the position nationally is quite frankly unsustainable into the longer term.  “Sometimes the reality of the cuts can get lost in the numbers, but this means reductions in services across the board. “At the same time as we have seen repeated cuts, there are also unprecedented cost pressures on our services due to the national social care crisis. We are being forced to pick up the human cost that austerity is having on our city through increased poverty, and the impacts for children in care.  “As a council we will always prioritise the services for those in greatest need but we also have a responsibility to maintain the core services that the people of Sheffield use. From our budget consultation we know that this is what people want to see and we have also been able to invest in infrastructure through our capital programme in flood defences, building new homes and transforming the city centre through the retail quarter.”  The council’s 2018/19 draft budget will be discussed at a Cabinet meeting on February 14. The final budget will be approved at a full council meeting on March 7.


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tory Group meeting at the Hillsborough Sports Arena at 7.45pm. The remarkable Gatty family of Ecclesfield. Speakers are Mel and Joan Jones. Call 0114 2863017. Friday February 16 16 Living Well with Back Pain and Sciatica – Free 5 week NHS course offered by Sheffield IAPT Health & Wellbeing: Starts 16/2/18 Grenoside Grange 1.30pm – 4pm call 01142716568 to book or visit www. sheffieldiapt.shsc.nhs.uk 16 Messy Church - fun, food, and great activities for all the family at St Mark’s Church, Grenoside. Please come along from 3.15 to 4.45. 16 Ecclesfield Library Little Bear Club.10-11.30. Cost £1.50 per adult including refreshments. Babies and Pre school Children free. Phone 0114 2463615 for more information. 16 Coffee, good company and homemade cakes at St Saviour’s Church, High Green 10am to 12pm. All welcome.

Local Events Wed February 14 14 Thurgoland Community Choirs next practice is at 7.30pm, The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual all welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact Elaine 0114 2845494 or Julie 0114 2830613. 14 Chapeltown W.I. hold their next meeting at 7.30pm in Chapeltown Library. Sheila Constance will explain 'Extreme Knitting' The competition is for an old knitting pattern. Visitors and new members will be made welcome.

Thurs February 15 15 Thurgoland Local History Groups next meeting is at Thurgoland Village Hall at 7.30pm And will be a project evening.Your choice of project. All welcome, admission is £2. For more information please contact Maurice on 0114 2883482. or Margaret on 0114 2885037. 15 Stocksbridge Fairtrade Group meets at Stocksbridge Library from 3pm to 4pm. New members welcome. Sylvia Perry on 0114 2882918. 15 Hillsborough and Owlerton His-

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Sat February 17 17 Bradfield Village Hall, Farmer’s Market, 9am-3pm, 2851227. 17 Bradflix, Evening Film, 7pm, Bradfield Village Hall, ‘Baby Driver’, www.bradflix.co.uk, bar and refreshments. 17 Venue Folk Club, The Venue, Stocksbridge. Stanley Accrington. Start 8.15pm. Doors open at 7.45pm. Samuel Fox room. Entry £8. Pay on the door. 17 Stocksbridge Christian Centre fun, games, entertainment, food and friends for all the family. 10am to 1pm. Lots of games, prizes to win. Bacon butties, chips and drinks. 17 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners - ‘Birds in Winter’, Bird Walk on Loxley Common, led by John Robinson, meet at 9am at Rural Lane Car Park, Wadsley, circular walk takes around 2 hours, 2348472, sorry no dogs. Sunday February 18 18 Stocksbridge Christian Centre invite all the family to join them at 10.30am for a family service which includes the opening and dedication of A.R.K. – the new area for younger members of the congregation. Refreshments to follow. Mon February 19 19 Monday Club at Ecclesfield Library. Come along and meet new friends, enjoy a game of cards or a board game. Relax with the paper and a cuppa. From 1pm. All welcome. Tues February 20 20 Friends of Wortley Hall Gardens February meeting will be at 7.30pm in Wortley Hall. With Brian Robinson returning with a film titled “Musical Gardens. Part 2” All welcome, admission is £2.50, free for friends of Wortley Hall Gardens. If you are interested contact Barry on 0114 2830056. 20 Living Well with Fatigue – Free 5 week NHS course offered by Sheffield IAPT Health & Wellbeing: Starts 20/2/18 Grenoside Grange 10am – 11.30am call 01142716568 to book or visit www.sheffieldiapt. shsc.nhs.uk Wed February 21 21 Ecclesfield Library Half-Term READaTHON. 10-11.30., Storytelling, art and craft activities. Places  limited.  Free admission, donations welcome. Refreshments available. Children aged 4-11 to be accompanied by an adult. To book a place  phone 0114 2463615. 21 Thurgoland Community Choirs next practice is at 7.30pm, The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual all welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact: Elaine 0114 2845494 or Julie 0114 2830613.

21 Bolsterstone Archaeology and Heritage Group. Our next meeting is at Christ Church Community Hall, Stocksbridge, 7.30pm. Colin Merrony of Sheffield University will give an illustrated talk on his excavations at Castleton in search of the medieval hospital. All welcome, admission fee is £2 for nonmembers including refreshments. Thurs February 22 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. 22 Folk music session hosted by The Fates and Dave Young. Thursday February 22nd, Wharncliffe Arms, Main Road, Wharncliffe Side, Sheffield, S35 ODN. 8.30pm start. Sat February 24 24 Fun Science at Ecclesfield Library. Come along to our forensic science event where you can dust for finger prints and much more. 10.30-11.30.  For more info and to book your free place  call 01142463615.  Sun February 25 25 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners, Work Day (birch scrub removal) on the Common, meet at Rural Lane Car Park, 10am to 3pm, tools and gloves provided, 2348425. Mon February 26 26 Wadsley and Loxley Commoners - ‘Tales of the Riverbank’ - A beautifully illustrated talk by wild life photographer, Steve Drinkall, which includes water voles to snakes, and dragon flies to kingfishers. Entrance fee £3.50 members, £4.00 visitors. 7.30pm, Wadsley Church Hall, Worral Road, S6. Wed February 28 28 Thurgoland Community Choirs next practice is at 7.30pm, The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual all welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact: Elaine 0114 2845494 or Julie 0114 2830613. 28 Ecclesfield Library Archive Group. 3-5pm. All welcome. Phone 01142463615 for more information.

Saturday March 3 3 Jumble Sale. 12.30pm to 2.30pm. Grenoside Scout and Guide HQ, Saltbox Lane, S35 8QS. 50p. Donations taken 7pm to 7.30pm on Friday March 2, or 9.30am to 11am on the day. No electrical items thanks. 3 Science Club  2 -4pm  at the Inman Pavilion, Moorland Drive  S36 1EG  Only £1.50  per child.This month’s theme is “Flight”    enquiries@inanpavilion.org.uk  or  07966 720 773 for more details. Monday March 5 5 Oughtibridge Gala Committee would like to invite anyone who is interested in the annual Gala and Sports Night to come along to committee meetings at 7:45 at the Cock Inn, Oughtibridge. 5 Ecclesfield Library Discover Watercolour Course. 7-9pm. £30 for four sessions. Places limited. Contact the Library on 0114 2463615 or email ecclesfieldlib@gmail.com for more information. March 6 to 10 Ecclesfield Priory Players are presenting a farce, Wild Goose Chase, by Derek Benfield, at the EPPiC Theatre, Well Lane, off High Street, Ecclesfield, S35 9TP. Curtain at 7.30pm. Tickets available from January 20 at £8.50 (concessions £7.50 Tues and Wed only). Call 0114 2402624. Wed March 7 Thurgoland Community Choirs next practice is on Wednesday March 7th at 7.30pm, The practice will be at Crane Moor Chapel as usual all welcome, no musical experience necessary. Contact:  Elaine  0114 2845494 or Julie 0114 2830613 7 Ecclesfield Library Writing Group. Meet people with similar passion; to share inspirational ideas and obtain feedback.  Cost £3 per session including refreshments. information from Sharon: EcclesfieldWriters@gmail.com or by phoning 0114 2463615. Thursday March 8 8 Over 50 Interested in staying active, healthy & well. This four week course aims to strengthen our ability to bounce back Four sessions - Adjusting to changes, maintaining a healthy body, Keeping active, travelling forward. Starting 10.30am Valley React,

Balfour House Horner Close Stocksbridge S36 1LQ Phone Kath to book 07596130043. Limited places. 8 Try the Community Cafe at the Beacon at Thurgoland Holy Trinity Church from 10am to 1pm. With r efreshments,chat,crafts,advice,IT help and books. All welcome, contact Sue on 0114 2888501. 8 Writing for pleasure – do you enjoy writing poetry and prose? Come and capture your thoughts and write them down creatively at Stocksbridge creative writing group, meets first Thursday in the month at Stocksbridge Library. 2pm to 4pm. Call 0114 2883390 for more info.

open 6.45pm Grenoside Community Centre, Main Street. S35 8PR. Light refreshments available or bring your own. Tickets £5 – 07932 373537. Fundraising for Grenoside Community Association. Tuesday March 13 The Thurgoland Tuesday Groups next meeting is on Tuesday March 13th at 7.30 pm. at Thurgoland school. The speaker is Mrs. Alison

Saturday 10 March Kite Flying and making in Chapeltown Park 10am to 1pm. Free event – come and fly your kites with the professionals.  Sheffield Kite fliers will be there and you can even make your own free kite at the bandstand.  Refreshments available.  All welcome.

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MP presents petition to Parliament MP Angela Smith has presented a petition to Parliament asking RBS to think again about the closure two of its Nat West branches in her constituency. The petition, which has over 1,400 names on it, has been collected by local activists fighting the closure of the two branches. If RBS does close these branches in Stocksbridge and Penistone, it will leave both towns without banking services and only one bank in the whole of the constituency.

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OUGHTIBRIDGE Lunch Club meets twice a month on Wednesdays in Zion Church Hall. They provide a hot meal for 20 people and have a team of volunteers who serve the meal and wash up afterwards. The club, well supported by Sheffield City Council and Oughtibridge Gala committee, is in its 18th

year and would like a new helper who would also be willing to be an escort on the minibus, which collects members from Worrall, Wharncliffe Side and Oughtibridge. If you can help, please contact Ann Belben on 0114 2864136 or Sara Millard on 0114 2864427 for more details.


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Bolsterstone Educational Trust A Eurovision party - and you’re invited BOLSTERSTONE Educational Trust is able to help young people who live in Stocksbridge, Deepcar and Bolsterstone to meet some of the costs of university study, other higher education courses and apprenticeships. The trustees meet three times per academic year. The next meeting will be on Friday March 9. Further details and application forms are available from the secretary on 0114 2882757.

Gala weekend seeks entertainers

THIS year’s Penistone Mayors Parade and Gala will be on Sunday June 10 and organisers would love all the local community groups, sports teams and organisations like yours to join in with celebrating this fantastic day. They are currently on the lookout for local organisations and groups to show off what they

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Served throughout the evening rather than in one big sitting, each dish is inspired by local delicacies of the nationalities that came in the top ten during Eurovision 2017. Take a gastrotour of the continent without leaving your seat! For any youngsters feeling a little less adventurous, don’t worry; there’ll have a mini-Brit menu just for them, this is a child friendly event. There’ll also be the usual fully stocked bar serving a range of beers, wines, prosecco and various cocktails. Be in with a chance of winning fantastic prizes with the silly sweepstake, daft quiz, and bingo! And if you fancy a little dance then fear not, there will be space! If you’ve ever fancied a proper Eurovision knees-up, Burton Street is giving it the full douze points.

Tickets are available on Tickets for Good from https:// events.ticketsforgood.co.uk/ events/611-eurovision-2018knees-up and Eventbrite on https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ eurovision-2018-knees-up-tickets-42630317427 For more menu and venue details visit Burton Street’s website at http://www.burtonstreet. co.uk/whatson/event/770-eurovision-2018 The Burton Street Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation serving the community. It is situated in a complex of Victorian school buildings in Hillsborough. Over 1,500 people use Burton Street every week and they specialise in supporting adults and older children with learning and physical disability but they also offer a very wide range of other activities for the public.

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Oughtibridge brownies raise money for MIND

ON Saturday January 27, the 152nd Oughtibridge Brownies raised £157.51 for MIND with a Britain’s Got Brownies Show. Brown Owl, Amanda Pearson, asked the Brownies if they could suggest a charity to raise money for, and one of the Brownies, whose mum is a mental health and psychological assessment worker, suggested MIND.

As only one of the other Brownies knew about MIND, or what it stood for, Brown Owl felt that this would be an amazing opportunity to raise awareness amongst these 24 young girls about mental health issues. They put it to the vote and it was carried, 20 to four!

On the night, there was lots of laughter from the very supportive family audience, as they watched Little Owl young leader Alice - be wound up by a group of sweet smiling Brownies singing, ‘There’s a hole in my bucket, dear Little Owl, dear Little Owl’.

In only three meetings, the Brownies put together an amazing variety of talent: two violinists, a flutist, soloists, actresses and dancers.

The room was lit up as the Brownies sang and danced to ‘Bring me Sunshine’, and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house as many of the Brownies sang solos or duets to ‘How Far I’ll Go’ from Moana.

Many memories were raised by re-enactments of campfire sketches and Ezzie Owl, Hooty Tooty Owl Laura, and Brown Owl even did a sketch dressed as a rival Rainbow, Brownie and Guide!

MIND Sheffield said: “We are so pleased that you have chosen to support your local MIND and can confirm that all the money generated will be invested in local service delivery.

At the end of the evening, the young women and givers of the future had managed to raise £157.51 with ticket sales, a raffle and refreshments. The laughter was still echoing in the hall as the remaining Brownies counted up the proceeds.

“Although we are affiliated to national MIND we are independent and rely on the support of organisations such as yours to fund our work – you can read all about it on the website at www.sheffieldmind.co.uk.

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have every confidence in that process and we expect this planning application to be turned down when it is considered – because of Sheffield’s policies in relation to this land. However, if the application is I apologise for having clicked on the wrong letter turned down the applicants may decide to appeal to in my documents when emailing Look Local last the National Planning Inspectorate. week. Our Fairtrade letter should have read as The National Planning Policy Framework requires follows: each Local Planning Authority to submit a Local

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The Fairtrade Group would like to draw readers’ Plan showing its intentions and plans to provide attention to Fairtrade Fortnight which takes place sufficient land for the projected number of required homes over a five-year period. from February 26 to March 11.

Publication subject to space and content. Publishing does not mean we agree with the content.

During these two weeks we shall be arranging events aimed at explaining and promoting Fairtrade. On February 27 we look forward to having a display and raffle in the Co-op. The raffle prize will be a hamper of Fairtrade goods supplied by the Co-op who have always been loyal supporters of Fairtrade.

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On March 3 between 10am and 1pm we shall be I would like the Ecclesfield Parish Tax to be at the Christian Centre with leaflets, samples of abolished. Fairtrade chocolate, quiz sheets and another raffle I feel Tax Payers should be balloted on this issue. In and the following day, March 4 you’ll find us at the present climate this Parish Tax, funding Parish Community Day in The Venue from 11am to 3pm. Councillors has reached its sell-by date. It’s better Fairtrade tea and coffee will be available in the self in my pocket than being spent on party political service section of the Library for you to have a drink while you choose your books and look at our councillors. display. Then on Thursday March 8 we plan to join I feel there is a way to abolish it, by having a the Penistone Fairtrade Group to see how they are percentage of tax payers wishing to do so. promoting Fairtrade. The last day for answers to the Fairtrade Quiz to Anthony Toon be left in the box at the Co-op is Friday March 16. Winners will be announced in Look Local on March 20.

Council petition Following last weeks letter about monthly council meeting, regarding sharing grants pot equally, returning ÂŁ12,000+ taken from the High Green community, setting up a committee to try to prevent anti social behaviour/crime. All our Labour and Lib Dem councillors agreed with Mrs B Smith’s utterly disgusting letter of the February 1. Labour and Lib Dems also tried to block a petition prior to it being presented, for the fifth time. A first for any council I think. Â

We hope that you will be able to support us at one or other of these events, helping to promote the aim of ensuring that throughout the world everyone gets a fair deal. That is something that has not always happened, but thanks to the 500+ Fairtrade Towns, including Stocksbridge, the situation is improving. If you would like more information call us on 2882393 or 2883899. Once again, apologies for last week’s error.

Labour Cllr Sykes treated a member of the public like dirt when he asked a question and took particular pleasure in her part in blocking a safety Last week, Michael Parker queried the local barrier outside Greengate Lane School. campaign in Stocksbridge and Deepcar attempting A video of the meeting is on my Facebook page. to prevent the development of 93 dwellings on Remember all I’ve ever asked for is an equal share land designated as protected open space in both of the funding for each ward, not less not more, Council’s Unitary Development Plan and Core Labour under Cllr Sykes has teamed up with Lib Strategy 72. Dems to ensure High Green’s funding continues to Whilst this land is designated as protected open be spent anywhere but on the community of High space it is owned by a number of individual Green. Elections in May, as ever it is up to you. landowners. Individual landowners stand to make substantial amounts of money from the sale of the land and the applicants, Hallam Land Management, David Ogle, stand to make significant gains by acquiring outline Councillor, planning permission and then selling on this land High Green volunteer to a developer.

The extent of this speculative rent seeking practice was provided by the housing charity Shelter which reported in December 2015 that the top nine housebuilder’s in the FTSE 100 & FTSE 250 were sitting on over 600,000 individual plots of housing land. It is little wider we have such a shortage of affordable housing for our young people or that some local councils struggle to meet Government housebuilding land targets. Not to mention the contributory factor towards levels of homelessness.

Sheffield City Council has yet to agree and submit this Local Plan and continues to make planning decisions based on existing policies as outlined in the Adopted Local Plan and in the 2013 Draft Secondly, this is not a bug in the system but a built in feature of it. A system feature which goes beyond Proposals Map. housing and landbanking. As we have seen recently Because of this, the applicant is claiming that with Carillon and Capita who operate as sales and Sheffield’s Core Planning Policies are out of date contract management hunters of public sector and can only attract limited weight in the planning service contracts to then hire sub-contractors to decision making process. carry out those contracts. If this planning application goes to Appeal it is A system of the firm/organisation as a network of important to demonstrate to the Planning Inspector contracts where the prime contractor, rather than the strength of local opposition to development the customer, chooses the provider and which on this highly valued visual community asset results in ever rising costs to the public/taxpayer in of protected open space. There are now 500+ subsidies and bail outs when the system inevitably objections on the Planning website to support local fails. opposition. This being because the transactional costs between The key theme of the Government Housing White the plethora of contracts and sub contracts mean Paper (Feb 17) was “The right homes in the right prices are no longer informative about marginal places� and that was described as promoting costs. A result of prices being determined between building on previously developed brown field sites component ‘firms’ under this system after the (up to 1000 homes approved in the Upper Don claims management process under each contract Valley) and reaffirms strong protection for valued has been resolved. Open Countryside. So much for the trite claim of the private sector, unlike the public sector, being able to stand on its Friends of Hollin Busk own two feet without subsidy, tax breaks and bail outs from the public purse. Little wonder there exists widespread public support to bring this Response to Michael Parker parasitic rent seeking approach to heel through public control and ownership.�

Certainly scope exists within the 2012 National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) giving objectors and Local Planning Authorities (LPA’s) sufficient material to prevent the Hollin Busk application succeeding. However, leaving aside the extremely selective usage of the provisions in the Framework and the misleading statistics and arguments put forward by those submitting this application, a snapshot of the wider context provides some clues towards answering Mr Parker’s rhetorical question.

Firstly, the pressing issue for Local Authorities is the contradictory requirements imposed upon them by current Central Government to safeguard open greenfield spaces under the Framework whilst at the same time meeting the Government rolling target of constantly maintaining a five years supply of sites for house building. In a context in which speculative housing developers use the lax laissez faire regulatory regime to landbank sites after The Council received the planning application obtaining outline planning permission by sitting 17/04673/OUT and is required to consider it and on that land waiting for its value to rise. make a decision through the planning process. We A regulatory framework arising from the

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Unsung heroes Dear Sir / Madam, I’m writing to say a big thank you to a group of unsung heroes working in the area. They work unsociable hours, in sometimes quite atrocious conditions, on what I understand to be very little pay. I speak of course of local takeaway chefs and delivery drivers. Where would we be without this dedicated group of people, willing to work till the early hours of the morning so that we can enjoy a pizza or donner kebab when we get in from the pub. Isn’t it time for us all to raise a glass to these unsung heroes of our time? As such, could the council hold an award ceremony to celebrate the role they play in making our community a better place to live? Mr D Lodge - takeaway guru Ecclesfield

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Oughtibridge youngsters crowned cross country champions

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War Memorial Ladies stay top Loughborough Students 0 Oughtibridge WM Ladies 4 OUGHTIBRIDGE War Memorial Ladies retained top spot in the East Midlands Regional Premier League with a 4-0 win at Loughborough Students. Despite the arctic-like conditions the playing surface was immaculate at the Holywell Park University sports complex, encouraging good football from both sides. The first half was a pretty even affair with Loughborough looking comfortable despite the pressure put on them but after the interval Oughtibridge got the vital break as Jen Selman ran on to a loose ball to calmly slot home. Moments later it was 2-0 as Kathryn Mudge buried a tremendous header from Cam Liburd’s cross. On the hour the contest was over, Chloe Rodgers was hauled down 25 yards out and Mudge planted the free kick in the top corner for 3-0. This stunned Loughborough into action and they had a couple of decent efforts but Annie Longmore produced excellent fingertip saves on both sides, the second one on to the post and away. The icing was put on the cake in injury time as Mudge met Fran Godbehere’s superb corner to head home for another hat-trick and the player of the match award. This Sunday Oughtibridge host Peterbrough Northern Star Ladies at the War Memorial with a 2pm kick off.

OUGHTIBRIDGE Primary School’s Year Five and Six Cross Country team are now the South Yorkshire champions - what a great achievement. Mrs Fearn and Miss Liasides said on behalf of the school: “We are so incredibly proud of you all! We would like to say a big thank you to the pupils, parents and volunteers who have attended the early races on cold Saturday mornings throughout the season!”

Church stalemate with table toppers PENISTONE Church FC faced AFC Mansfield on Saturday, the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division leaders who are unbeaten in 16 games. They came away with a very creditable 0-0 draw in front of a crowd of 223. Manager Ian Richards said: “Today showed how far we have progressed this season, showed what a fantastic group of players we have at this football club and what a fantastic club they play for. “There were two hundred and twenty plus there, fully com-

mitted supporters, people saying they’ve started coming this season and they’re going to continue coming to watch because of the atmosphere, the quality, the endeavour of the players and today’s game epitomised that. “We must remember we were playing the runaway leaders AFC Mansfield who are sixteen games unbeaten, thirteen consecutive wins and not just sneaking wins but dominating games and scoring a lot of goals.

“We’ve kept them to a clean sheet the first game this season they haven’t scored and in the first half we were the better team and we created the better chances. “We lost Andy Ring at half time with a groin injury, he was having a great game who is pivotal to how we play, he links up play and is good in the air and we adapted and again the squad proved how good they are, they do everything you ask.

Winter action for Footpath Runners SIX Penistone Footpath Runners competed in the final event of the Barnsley AC winter track series, covering the 25 laps of the 10,000m distance. First back in a new club record time was Scott Hinchcliffe in 32:27.8. Next came Gareth Cooke in 33:58.7. Shaun Dimelow was first V45 in 36:26.1 whilst Damien Briscoe ran 36:43.1. Simon Pike ran 39:36.9 and Paul Fryers 45:01.6.

Four runners took part in the Winter Half Tour of Bradwell in challenging conditions with constant drizzle and a stiff breeze. Richard Mackie was first back in 2:27.11 followed by Ian Charlesworth, Paul Fryers and Brent Lindsay. Dawn and John Broom established new club records for the 30k distance at the classic Stamford Striders Valentines Race, run through the rolling lanes of Lincolnshire and Rutlandshire.

Jemma Williams completed the Dukeries 10 mile multi-terrain race in North Nottinghamshire.

Scandi stars added to Stead farewell

SCANDINAVIAN stars Hans Andersen and Jacob Thorssell are the latest big names to be included in Simon Stead’s farewell meeting next month.

Andersen is one of the most experienced riders in this year’s Premiership and has represented Denmark in the World Cup and Grand Prix competitions. Swedish racer Thorssell, meanwhile, is a firm favou-

rite with Wolverhampton and has raced as a wildcard in the SGP series.

and I hope plenty of Leicester and Wolverhampton fans will come and join us.

They join World Champion Jason Doyle and Slovakian superstar Martin Vaculik in what is rapidly becoming a brilliant line-up on Sunday March 25, starting at 4pm, at Owlerton Stadium.

“Hans is a great signing for Leicester, I know Poole were very reluctant to release him from their side because he is a slid points scorer.

Said Stead: “Both Hans and Jacob were quick to accept my invite. I’m delighted to have them both at Sheffield

“He’s got loads of experience and he will enjoy riding at Owlerton. “Jacob has got a big season ahead as the new Wolver-

hampton No.1 and coming back from injury. It will be great to see how he gets on around the big Sheffield track.”

“It’s amazing to have Jonny on board, he’s been by my side in the pits throughout the country over the last decade,” he said.

The news comes hot on the heels of a meeting sponsor for ‘SS The Last Lap’ event.

“When he said he wanted to be meeting sponsor to promote Pennine Blinds I couldn’t believe it. I’d urge everyone to support his business.”

Pennine Blinds is owned by Stead’s best friends Jonny Bailey and his wife and both were keen to get involved.


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is part of the Barnsley Sports Academy within College and has access to an Elite Sports Performance Bursary to fund equipment and travel.

Mo, a left winger who has previously played for Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley Football Club Academies, currently plays for Barnsley Sports Academy and will travel to Getafe for an intensive 12-week trial at the La Liga club.

Mo, of Sheffield, said: “I’m over the moon to have been given the opportunity to play in Spain, and I’m grateful the College have allowed me to have time off. Barnsley Sports Academy has made me more confident and has provided a great opportunity to play and show people what I can do.”

The 19-year-old, who studies Sport, will have the opportunity to gain experience of playing Spanish football and is part way to achieving his dream of becoming a professional footballer. Mo

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Coleman scores from corner but misses penalty as Steels draw Spalding 1-1 Stocksbridge Park Steels

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