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Copley’s Column When I was young. Bonfire Night used to be on the night of the 5th November only, but these days it lasts over a week. This year, as per usual, it rained, causing the abandonment of many organised fires. Gone are the days of a five shilling box of fireworks containing a few sparklers, penny bangers, two-penny cannons, jumping jacks and Catherine wheels, now one single firework can cost £20. This year, I attended a charity firework display at the Fox and Hounds, Marsh Lane, near Eckington to benefit the charity P.A.C.T. Admission was £4, and in view of the fact that the impressive firework display (which seemed to last for an age!) must have cost a fortune, it was good value for money. My main reason for attending was to renew my acquaintance with a really good singer, Sarah Kidman, and bless her she was singing in a trailer outside. To say it was cold is an understatement, yet she gave a superb performance, being the true professional that she is. It was also nice to see her parents, particularly her father, Paul Lockwood, with whom I have always had a good relationship. The Fox and Hounds are to be congratulated for the management of the night with a professionally manned display, and plenty of stewards in evidence and also a first aider. On Thursday night, It was our annual Mercury Awards, held at Crookes Club, where my table had many well-known faces including Lifetime Achievement winner, the wonderful Bobby Knutt, Jimmy Patton of the legendary Patton Brothers, Phoebe, top Abba tribute girls Diana Edwards and Sarah Fearnley, Mel Day and my mate Dave Perkins, who is splendid in his Michael Buble tribute. A notable absentee was Glen Dale, lead singer of sixties top band The Fortunes, who is not very well at the moment, and I am sure you join me in wishing him well. I had booked my favourite singer/ songwriter, Vincent, on the evening at the Victoria, Dronfield on the same evening, and was sorry to miss him, but I have received some excellent reports and requests to re- book him as soon as possible.

On a tip from Chris Waddle earlier this year, I went to the Devonshire Arms at Dore to see an Elvis impersonator, Mark Elvis Nixon, and he was fantastic. Talking to him after the show, he told me he was doing a summer season on Majorca. As I had two summer holidays booked on the island, I made a point of going to see him again at the Palma Nova Palace Hotel, where again he did not disappoint. I am delighted to reveal that he returns to the Devonshire this Saturday, and needless to say I shall be there along with a few friends who are Elvis fans. There has been plenty of Elvis on television this week with a fantastic programme on ITV last Friday with all this iconic singer’s greatest hits. The two top selling albums this Christmas are sure to be Elvis and the Beatles.

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Last Weekʼs Solutions ACROSS: 7) Code, 8) Euphoria, 9) Ram, 10) Celt, 11) Sage, 13) Menial, 14) Natter, 15) Stigma, 18) Cocoon, 20) Silo, 21) Chef, 22) Dim, 24) Superior, 25) Onus. DOWN: 1) Voyage, 2) Wee, 3) Cereal, 4) Spot on, 5) Joss stick, 6) Jingle, 12) Kid gloves, 16) Trip up, 17) Arctic, 18) Cherry, 19) Odious, 23) Toy.

My dog ate a roll of bin liners. He’s been picking up his own mess for the past week. John bought a donkey from a farmer for £100 and the farmer agreed to deliver the donkey the next day. But the next day he drove up and said, ‘Sorry son, but I have some bad news. The donkey’s died.’ John replied, ‘Well then just give me my money back.’ The farmer said, ‘I can’t do that, I’ve already spent it.’ John said, ‘OK then, just bring me the donkey.’ The farmer asked, ‘What are you going to do with him?’ . John said, ‘I’m going to raffle him off.’ The farmer said, ‘You can’t raffle a dead donkey.’ John said ‘Sure I can. Watch me. I just won’t tell anybody he’s dead.’ A month later, the farmer met up with John and asked ‘What happened with that dead donkey?’ John said, ‘I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at £2 apiece and made a profit of £898.’ The farmer said, ‘Didn’t anyone complain?’ John said, ‘Just the guy who won. So I gave him his £2 back.’ Billy Bob and Luther were talking one afternoon when Billy Bob tells Luther, “Ya know, I reckon I’m ‘bout ready for a vacation. Only this year I’m gonna do it a little different. The last few years, I took your advice about where to go. Three years ago you said to go to Hawaii. I went to Hawaii and Earlene got pregnant. Then two years ago, you told me to go to the Bahamas,and Earlene got pregnant again. Last year you suggested Tahiti and darned if Earlene didn’t get pregnant again.” Luther asks Billy Bob, “So, what you gonna do this year that’s different?” Billy Bob says, “This year I’m taking Earlene with me.” When the store manager returned from lunch, he noticed his clerk’s hand was bandaged, but before he could ask about the bandage, the clerk said he had some very good news for him. “Guess what, sir?” the clerk said. “I finally sold that terrible, ugly suit we’ve had so long!” “Do you mean that repulsive pink-and-blue double-breasted thing?” the manager asked. “That’s the one!” “That’s great!” the manager cried, “I thought we’d never get rid of that monstrosity! That had to be the ugliest suit we’ve ever had! But tell me. Why is your hand bandaged?” “Oh,” the clerk replied, “after I sold the guy that suit, his guide dog bit me.”

this week... In the News 16/11/1938 -

LSD is first synthesized by Swiss chemist Dr. Albert Hofmann.

17/11/1558 -

Elizabethan era begins: Queen Mary I of England dies and is succeeded by her half-sister Elizabeth I of England.

18/11/1963 -

The first push-button telephone goes into service.

19/11/1990 -

Pop group Milli Vanilli are stripped of their Grammy Award because the duo did not sing at all on the Girl You Know It’s True album.

20/11/1992 -

A fire breaks out in Windsor Castle, causing over £50 million worth of damage.

21/11/1953 - The British Natural History Museum announces that the “Piltdown Man” skull, initially believed to be one of the most important fossilized hominid skulls ever found, is a hoax. 22/11/1995 -

Toy Story is released as the first feature-length film created completely using computer generated imagery.

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ʻWOMEN OF STEELʼ CONCERT RAISES £50,000 FOR SHEFFIELD STATUE

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actually led to reducing overall costs in the health and social care economy.” The challenge for hospitals Professor Oliver’s striking views speak an evident truth: policy experts suggest that for at least the next five years, NHS hospitals will face an increase in the number and proportion of older, sicker patients (see the reading list below for references and sources). These A concert starring some of the biggest As part of its involvement in the invite you to join a new commission that patients will arrive in many hospitals still names in Sheffield’s musical history has Health Foundation’s Flow Cost will shape the debate around the future of running along service and staffing models that raised £50,000 to commemorate the city’s Quality programme, Sheffield Teaching hospital care for frail elderly patients. have changed little over the last decade. “Women of Steel”. Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has ‘We need to throw a spotlight on the level A bronze statue in recognition of the women overhauled the emergency care pathway for The most pressing issue facing the NHS of care offered to older people who are who worked in the steelworks through both frail older patients. hospital sector is the care of frail older hospitalised and to track changes in the quality world wars is planned for the city centre. It has set up a Frailty Unit specifically for this people, many of whom have multiple longof that care’ Concert organiser John Palmer said the event group of patients and is testing an innovative term co-morbidities including dementia. This increase comes as national cost pressures at Sheffield City Hall meant “the end was in discharge process, where patients leave The NHS is to some extent a victim of its exerted through tariff reductions combine with sight” for the statue fund. hospital as soon as they are medically fit to own success in keeping frail elderly patients the actions of local commissioners keen to ABC, Heaven 17 and Baby Bird were among have their support needs assessed at home. alive and healthy, while ongoing social and drive service change. Not all will be content the artists who performed on Saturday. For further info contact Telephone: 0161 206 demographic trends in the developed world to wait until alternative services are in place Sheffield City Council launched an appeal 8465 are exacerbating the challenges. before driving disinvestment. in February to raise £150,000 to install the ‘The commission presents an opportunity to There will be an understandable tendency for sculpture at Barkers Pool, outside the City inform the design of public policy’ many in positions of influence to shy away Hall. The issue is widely recognised. However, from this problem. All potential solutions are The statue has been designed by artist Martin most proposed solutions are linked to service either very costly or long term. Jennings, and a model has been made. redesign that moves care for frail co-morbid However, hospitals do not have the luxury of Mr Palmer said the statue should be in place in elderly patients out of hospitals, providing either time or spare money. They must address time for the 100th anniversary of the outbreak alternatives in people’s homes or local this problem head-on and seek practical of World War One in 2014. communities. Past experience, and the lack of solutions that make a difference in the shortStanding ovation new money for double-running the new system to-medium term. Failure to do so runs the You are invited to an evening tribute to “We’ve reached tipping point,” he said. “When with our current one, strongly suggests such significant risk of care quality and dignity George Formby. you’ve got that amount of money the project service redesign solutions will take some years scandals – and ballooning waiting lists. looks very real. to deliver significant change. We need to throw a spotlight on the level Featuring Roger Glew performing songs “We can now see the finishing line, to fulfil That is why HSJ and partner Serco are of care offered to older people who are from the late great George Formby those ladies’ wishes to have that statue before launching the Commission on Hospital Care hospitalised; to track changes in the quality and Peter Walmsley on the keyboard. they die.” for Frail Older People, chaired by Dame Julie of that care; to sounds warnings where Roger Glew is an Entertainer, Musician and Every artist at the Women of Steel concert Moore. It will be relentlessly practical in its appropriate and necessary; and to propose Artiste of many years standing. He is featured dedicated a song to the group of women, now focus on what needs to happen in the short practical solutions, however uncomfortable. on a range of You Tube clips performing with in their 80s and 90s. term, while forging strategies for the medium The commission will monitor care of the frail associates from the George Formby Society. The concert was attended by 1,700 people and long term. elderly in NHS hospitals between autumn 2013 We welcome him to Sheffi eld to sing and play plus an after-show party for 500. The commission will meet to hear and discuss and spring 2015. Its purpose will be to: for the city’s RAF Association members and Ruby Gascoigne, 91, attended the after-show witness evidence over two days in late 2013. collect evidence on the care of the frail elderly; associates, friends, families and supporters. party. “We are all amazed at how many It will then publish a scoping report in early note significant changes in that care (for better When? people came to the show, and the warmth and 2014, with prominent coverage in HSJ. or worse); identify pressures undermining care Tuesday 3 December 2013 7.30 to 11.00 pm affection people showed us,” she said. Following a series of half-day evidence quality; identify solutions that are improving Where? “We just loved every minute of it.” sessions in 2014, the main report will be care; and champion those solutions, warn The Sheffield Civil Service Social Club, Green produced in September 2014 and officially Mr Palmer said City Hall was chosen for the of the dangers and ensure the issue remains Lane, Ecclesfield, Sheffield. S35 9WY location of the statue and the concert because launched at the 2014 Foundation Trust at the forefront of public debates over the • Free Admission for the whole show! it was a venue for tea dances during World War Network annual conference, with further performance and future of the NHS. • Bar from 7.30 till late Two, attended by many of the women. coverage in HSJ.An update to the main report How the commission will work • Music and Dancing throughout the evening will be produced in March 2015 to track The commission will report three times. It will • Quality Raffle Prizes (any donations of raffle progress and inform health policy debates in launch its initial scoping report in early 2014, prizes welcome) the run-up to the May 2015 general election. followed by a main report in October 2014. • Free Buffet - prepared on the night for your How you can submit evidence This will then be updated in March 2015 (prior delight! Readers of HSJ are at the forefront of to the general election). Contact: Vin Stainrod for further details/tickets addressing the challenges in this vital area of HSJ will provide the secretariat for the on 0114 2453141 health and social care. We are keen to hear commission, led by HSJ Comment editor your views on the following: Andy Cowper, who will write the reports. The What is happening now in care for the frail secretariat will have three main roles: elderly in your organisation and health 1. To collect evidence relevant to the five An organisation which operates 11 Painted Fabrics Residential Home economy? criteria set out above and to ensure this is residential care homes across Sheffield is Little Norton Drive, Meadowhead, Sheffield, What needs to change to improve care for this circulated among commission members. taking its care services out into the wider S8 8HH. important section of the population? 2. To organise the meetings of the commission. community. What examples of imitable and scalable good 3. To write the reports that capture the The Sheffcare Home Care Service will see a practice in care for the frail elderly have you Saturday 7 December 10.30 am – 2.00 pm commission’s views. range of services offered to clients in their own used or observed? • Christmas Gifts made by residents How the commission’s work will be homes. Personal care, bathing and dressing, What errors or bad practice should be avoided? promoted meal preparation and cooking help, medication • Bric-a-brac We ask you to submit evidence up to a The work of the commission will feature on • Refreshments support, shopping or help with shopping, a maximum of 1,800 words as a broadly a dedicated section of hsj.co.uk, where all All monies raised will be used for activities for befriending and companion service, a sitting compatible document attached to an email to reports will be published in full. It will also residents service to provide carers with breaks, and HSJCommission@emap.com. Please note that receive extensive coverage in HSJ. Short video support for access to social activities will all by submitting evidence, you grant HSJ and interviews may be recorded, to be displayed be offered. the commission unreserved permission to use, alongside each report. HSJ will also webcast a Annette Johnson, Sheffcare home care share and reproduce the text submitted. 45-minute webinar discussing the contents of manager, said: “Increasingly, we are finding Why a commission? each report. people are wanting the security of a good The commission presents an opportunity to Printed copies of the reports will be sent to the support system without necessarily wanting to inform the design of public policy in an area prime minister, deputy PM, health secretary, Date: Monday 9th December enter residential care.” with major implications for the financial and leader of the opposition and opposition health Time: 7pm The new service launches on November 1. For overall sustainability of the NHS. spokesman, as well as chief executives of Venue: Victoria Hall, Sheffi eld 1. details, call 0114 272 4366. ‘For at least the next five years, NHS hospitals the commissioning board NHS England, the Discussion: ‘Is the NHS in crisis?’ will face an increase in the number and Care Quality Commission, Monitor and other For further details contact: proportion of older, sicker patients’ leading stakeholder bodies and system leaders. team@sheffieldsaveournhs.co.uk The current situation was well summarised in a Digital copies will be sent to every relevant All monies raised will be used for activities for March 2013 HSJ interview with president-elect hospital trust chief executive. residents of the British Geriatrics Society, Professor Make a difference now by submitting your David Oliver, who has just stepped down as views to HSJCommission@emap.com. The Moor Market will be open to the public the Department of Health’s national clinical from 10am on Monday 25 November 2013. director for older people. The development on the corner of the Moor Christmas Lights Switch On & Moor He said: “It is absolute ‘La-la-land’ to think and Earl Street will occupy a full block on Christmas Party at Sheffield City Centre we’re going to be in a situation any time soon For the Original Fish & Chips the Moor, one of Sheffield’s best-known Sunday 17 November 2013 - 13.00 – 17.00 where older people don’t still keep piling shopping streets. through the doors of general hospitals. 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DAVID & LINDA’S GAMBIAN MISSION SHEFFIELD THEATRES We are sure that regular readers of the Mercury will have made use of the services of one of our long-standing advertisers, Chapeltown Aerials. However you probably won’t be aware that owners David and Linda Chambers have spent over thirty years making regular visits to Gambia,

living and working amongst the community to help with projects such as building schools, drainage systems, lighting and many of the daily basics we take for granted here in England. The Gambia is the smallest independent nation in Africa, almost entirely surrounded by Senegal, with almost half the

population living below the poverty line. Over thirty years ago David and Linda booked a holiday, simply to help ease Linda’s asthma. Finding it a happy and welcoming environment which helped her health, they began to return more regularly and became involved in local life. Now, over twenty likeminded friends meet up each year in November, living in the local villages and helping with projects. As David says, it only costs £60 per year to educate a child in school, and throughout the year in England the group work to raise funds to help with their projects. If you are interested in helping them, visit their website www. schools4gambia.co.uk to see some of their work in pictures.

SEARCHES FOR NEW TRUSTEES

Sheffield Theatres is currently seeking new Trustees to join its Board and work alongside the leadership team to help shape the future of the organisation. Sheffield Theatres, voted as Regional Theatre of the Year 2013, is fresh from its resounding success at the UK Theatre Awards where it won in four categories – an achievement that is unsurpassed by any other regional theatre. The largest theatre complex outside of London, Sheffield Theatres comprises the iconic Crucible, the Studio and the Victorian splendour of the

THE AMAZING SENSATIONAL THE TOYS BACK 60’s EXPERIENCE RETURNS ARE IN TOWN TO SHEFFIELD CITY HALL With a brand new production for 2013 making this is without doubt the most explosive 60’s show touring the UK. This must see 60’s extravaganza for 2013 is appearing at the Sheffield City Hall on Friday 29th November. For one night only all the original hits performed by four of the most popular artistes of the 60s Starring The Marmalade, Herman’s Hermits, Chris Farlowe & Steve Ellis’ Love Affair. This quintessential 60s line up is packed with nostalgic feel good factor hits such as, The Marmalade. Ob-La-Di, Ob-LaDa, Falling Apart At The Seams, Reflections Of My Life, Cousin Norman, Radancer Hermans Hermits, I’m Into Something Good, Something Is Happening, No Milk Today, I’m Henry The 8th, Silhouettes, Mrs Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter. Steve Ellis’ Love Affair. Everlasting Love, Rainbow Valley, Bringing On Back The Good Times, A Day Without Love. Chris Farlowe. Out Of Time, Handbags and Gladrags, Let The Heartaches Begin, Reach Out I’ll Be There. Don`t miss the ultimate sensational 60s show of 2013 with over 25 hits performed by four of the most influential chart toppers of their time. Step back in time and relive the past during an evening true to the 60s when pop music was at its very best.

in May 1968 with Lovin' Things and later, number one with the Marmalade anthem Ob La Di Ob La Da, another classic Reflections Of My Life. Then followed in quick succession, Cousin Norman, Back On The Road, Radancer and Falling apart At The Seams Herman’s Hermits Herman’s Hermits throughout the mid-60’s music scene proved to be a dominating force worldwide. From 1964 the band chalked up over 23 top 20 singles, 10 hit albums, 3 major movies. Hermans Hermits as of to date have sold 75,000,000 records worldwide. Their chart breaking hits include, Mrs Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter, Silhouettes, There’s A Kind Of Hush, Henry V111, Something Is Happening & I’m Into Something Good & many more to numerous to mention. Hermans Hermits perform over 200 shows a year worldwide & after over 40 years in the business Hermans Hermits are still into something good

with Everlasting Love. At the time Steve was only 17 years of age but with his distinctive powerful voice he and the band notched up further hits, Rainbow Valley, Bringing On Back The Good Times & A Day Without Love. Hosted by Alan Mosca from Freddie & The Dreamers Tickets for this amazing event at the Sheffield City Hall on Friday 29th November can be purchased from Box Office on 0114 2789 789 or online at www. sheffieldcityhall.co.uk

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The lovely people at Stageright Promotions have given us three pairs of tickets for this amazing show to give away to lucky readers. Simply answer the following question and send your entry plus a daytime telephone number either via email to info@mercury newspaper.co.uk or via post to 4b Queens Road, Sheffield S2 4DG.

Chris Farlowe Originally Chris Farlowe and The Thunderbirds started out in How many top 20 singles have the late fifties. Chris later moved Herman’s Hermits achieved? on to perform all over Europe & still does to this day. His hits Closing date: Friday 22nd Nov include classics like Out Of Time, Handbags and Glad Rags (which was also released by Rod Stewart as a single ) Let The Heartaches Begin, Reach Out I’ll Be There.

MAGIC AM by Trevor Thomas

Well now we’re through with Bonfire Night and Halloween, attentions are turning to Christmas and what to get for the kids? As usual at this time of year, we’re being told what the most popular present ideas are. As we mentioned on the show the other day, it’s good to see some of the old firm favourites still rating very highly. Monopoly, Lego and the Action Man still stand their ground in the latest top 50 for 2013 along with a radio controlled fairy which actually hovers above your hand, which actually sounds quite scary and a little odd!! Anyway, we asked what your all-time favourite toy is and to pick a tenuously linked toy song. Suggestions for choices of toy included the game Buckaroo, Matchbox cars, of which I had thousands, and good old teddy bears. When it came to song titles we had anything by the Toys, Janet Kay’s Silly Games, Cindy Incidentally (as in the doll), Action man-eater, Jack in a Box and anything by the Scalextric Light Orchestra. Lots of brilliant responses via phone, text, email and facebook. As always, your input on the show is fantastic. Join us each morning for a little mission to start the day and join in with the fun. There’s also all the latest traffic and travel with me, the morning news, details on what’s going on, chances to win all sorts of prizes and just great songs from across the decades.

The Marmalade Described as being unpretentious Steve Ellis’ Love Affair and irresistibly commercial the Formed in 1967 Steve Ellis’ Love group scored in the UK charts Affair stormed into the charts

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Lyceum. It produces and presents a diverse programme of work, including classic and contemporary drama, musicals, comedy, opera and dance on each of its stages. Over the last twelve months, the company has produced a national tour of The Full Monty, which will open in the West End in February 2013, and has taken Bull, a new play by Mike Bartlett, to New York as part of Brits Off Broadway. Last year over 430,000 people attended Sheffield Theatres. Sheffield Theatres is seeking Trustees with senior experience from a range of sectors including Higher and Further Education, financial, legal, artistic and digital communications businesses. Applicants will work with the leadership team to provide clear strategic direction to the organisation, setting overall policy, defining goals, setting targets and

VOICE OF THE NIGHTINGALE RADIO NIGHTINGALE by Mel Jaques

This weekend Radio Nightingale provided three services to mark Remembrance Sunday. The programmes started with our now annual outside broadcast of the live service from the Rotherham Minster. My position once again was in the studio taking in the broadcasts from the Minster and Cenotaph whilst Sarah took to the streets to provide them. It was a cold but sunny day for the people of Rotherham to gather once more to show their respect for the hundreds of thousands of servicemen and women who have given their lives in the many conflicts after and including the First World War. The service was as always led by the Vicar of Rotherham, Canon David Bliss. Following the traditional Remembrance Service, the parade re-assembled on the High Street to march to the Clifton Park Cenotaph lead by South Yorkshire Police Band to arrive in plenty of time for the silence at 11.00am. Straight after the Minster and Cenotaph services, we joined the regular programme from the Hospital Chaplaincy team as they conducted their own Remembrance Service at the Rotherham General Hospital. Then later in the day the Service of Remembrance from the Freemasons of Bassetlaw, led by Father Bill Bergin, rounded off the commemorations on Radio Nightingale. Pictures and audio from the Remembrance Services are available on our Facebook page. Radio Nightingale broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the patients and staff of the Rotherham General Hospital on 945 &1350mw, Hospedia and online. For more information about the station visit www.radionightingale.org.uk

evaluating performance, they will demonstrate excellent communication skills and they will also have a good understanding of local, regional and cultural agendas. The posts have been advertised in the media and online at sheffieldtheatres.co.uk. Applications will close at the end of November.

A DAY FOR REMEMBRANCE CLUBHISTORIANS.CO.UK by Ruth Cherrington

Remembrance Sunday has been and gone once again. The Sunday nearest to November 11th at 11am marks the time that the Lewis guns, howitzers, and all the other weapons of death and destruction stopped firing at the end of WW1. Millions of people, proudly wearing their poppies, stop during two minutes silence to reflect on the sacrifices of those who gave their lives for the good not only our country but for future generations all over the world. It’s not just about WW1. I know that many club members would have stood still at the appointed hour, as there are very strong connections between clubs and the armed services that persist to this day. After WW1, those who came home were war-weary and had experienced some terrible things. Nevertheless, they wanted to retain the sense of camaraderie they had known in the trenches. They had been united by the horrors they saw and didn’t want to lose that connection as it was hard to speak about their experiences to loved ones. One way of doing this was to establish of Ex-Servicemen’s Clubs, as well as a few ‘Done our Bit’ clubs. In Coventry, some members of the same battalion formed the Howitzers Club. It was a place where they be with former brothers in arms and also have some good times. Royal British Legion clubs were also invited to affiliate to the CIU and hundreds did exactly that. More ExServicemen’s Clubs were set up after WW2 as another generation of service personnel sought to keep those special bonds in peacetime. The WW1 old soldiers are now all gone, and WW2 veterans are dwindling in numbers. Their clubs have declined as well but some remain and still play an important role in their communities. Another link with clubs and the services can be seen in the efforts to raise money for Help the Heroes, a charity dedicated to raising funds for injured members of the armed services. Club members do all kinds of things throughout the year to raise money for this charity. Perhaps we should be keeping count because it probably runs into millions by now. Some clubs choose to fundraise for their own members who have come back from war with life-changing injuries. Whether for individuals or the collective cause, club efforts should be congratulated. Remembrance Day is something that lasts the whole year particularly for those who have lost loved ones in conflicts.

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1PM - 4PM IN AID OF S.C.H CARD MAKING, PATCHWORK & QUILTING, TEMPLE SPA, CANDLES, PERFUME & CAKES


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THE WHITE SWAN 57 Greenhill Main Rd, Shef�ield S8 7RB

FRIDAY 15TH NOVEMBER

GRAHAM’S FAMILY FUN NIGHT PLUS BINGO

SATURDAY 16TH NOVEMBER

SUE & PAULS KARAOKE NIGHT

SUNDAY 17TH NOVEMBER

SUE & PAUL’S ENTERTAINMENT NIGHT

Cooked Daily by Our Resident Chef Ray

GOLDEN YEAR’S SPECIALS 2 COURSES £4.95 SUNDAY LUNCH £5.95

ALL FOOD AVAILABLE DAILY SERVING QUALITY CASK ALES

Friday 15th November

SIA

Saturday 16th November

TO THE MAX

Sunday 17th November

ENVY

Tuesday 19th November

VEGAS

Friday 22nd November

FATE

CROWN & GLOVE

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW ONLY £5 PER PERSON INCLUDES DISCO, BUFFET & FREE DRINK PLUS A FREE GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE TO TOAST THE NEW YEAR!!

FREE WALK-IN WIFI

Thursday 14th November

SAUL

OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY

Friday 15th November

RICKY GRAHAM TEATIME ENTERTAINMENT IN THE LOUNGE (5PM - 7PM)

PLUS BINGO & SUPER FIVE

Saturday 16th November

ETON RIFLES

Sunday 17th November

BETCHA BY GOLLY WOW

KEVIN CURTIN

Sequence & Modern Dancing

Frequent bus service routes: 20,97, 98, 33, & 83 (to & from the club)

MONDAY AFTERNOONS

WEDNESDAYS from 8pm Start

All are welcome in the Concert Room Sequence & Modern Dancing

FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED

BINGO EVERY NIGHT WE ARE HOLDING OUR BEER PRICES 96 Uppergate Road • Stannington Sheffield • S6 6BY Tel: 0114 232 4440

SARA DANIELS JIMMY JONES NEW YEAR’S EVE QUIZAOKE SHOW NIGHTS

BIG BASH

TEL: 0114 2325768 / 0114 2311101

VASTLY REDUCED BEER & LAGER PRICES ALL HELD FOR 3 MONTHS

Cask Marque Accredited

SAT 28TH DECEMBER

SOCIAL CLUB

DEBBIE & THE WILDHEARTS

Stannington

REGGAE NIGHT

4 COURSES FOR £27.99 CHILDREN £17.99 BOOKINGS ONLY

Thursday 21st November

Saturday 23rd November

Regular Beers & Changing Guest Ales

SAT 23RD NOVEMBER

CHRISTMAS DAY MENU

Southey Green Road, Sheffield, S5 7QQ

FREE FUNCTION ROOM FOR HIRE

MOBILE DJ AVAILABLE DISCO/KARAOKE CONTACT SEAN

From Malarkey Affair

Fully Air-Conditioned Concert Room & Lounge

0114 2457 806

EVERY WEDNESDAY - SENIOR CITIZENS TEA PARTY 12 NOON

Norton Avenue, Sheffield S14 1BP Tel: 0114 348 4000

JAMES JARVIS

SOUTHEY

SHEFFIELD LANE WMC

5 Number Bingo, Spin The Wheel

Farmers Ales/ Thornbridge/ Guests

SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER

45 Hatfield House Lane, Sheffield S5 6HU

JACKPOT STARTS AT £200 EVERY MONDAY QUIZ NIGHT IN THE LOUNGE WITH SEAN

We are now a member of SIBA Now stocking local ales.

Mercury Award Winner - Best Newcomer 2013

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Bagshawe Arms

THURSDAY 14TH NOVEMBER

MARTIN GREGORY

FRIDAY QUIZ NIGHT WITH RUSS

WITH GUEST ARTIST, FUN QUIZ, BINGO & PYCR

Gary & Laura Welcome you to the ...

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT EVERY THURSDAY

LOCALLY SOURCED HOMEMADE FOOD

EVERY THURSDAY

THE BLUE BALL, WHARNCLIFFE SIDE

EVERY FRIDAY

CHILDREN ARE WELCOME IN THE CONCERT ROOM ON SUN LUNCHTIMES & TUE NIGHTS

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STAVELEY CRICKET CLUB

EVERY SATURDAY BARLBOROUGH M.W.

EVERY SUNDAY

HOLLY BUSH, RIVELIN

• POOL TABLE & SNOOKER TABLE • FAMILIES WELCOME • CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA • DISCO’S • LARGE FREE CAR PARK • ROOM HIRE

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JOHNNY & THE PRISON DIDN’T HELP BOYS

SUNDAY 24TH NOVEMBER BOOKINGS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR

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SUNDAY 17TH NOVEMBER

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54-58 Langsett Road, Sheffield S6 2UB On Supertram and Bus Routes T. 0114 232 2100 E. info@hillsborough-hotel.co.uk Visit us online at : www.hillsborough-hotel.co.uk

SARAH & THE SHOTS

LOOK Bingo Monday, Wednesday, Friday LOOKATATTHESE THESEBEER BEERPRICES! PRICES! Early Flyers Sat & Sun with £300 guaranteed BEERS CAFFREYS £2.10 WORTHINGTONS £2 Super five & lucky five STONES £2.16 - £2.36 Open the Box up to £1000 JOHN SMITH’S £2.16 - £2.36

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GAMES ROOM

with 3 Full Size Snooker Tables

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THREE CASUAL LOUNGES

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Do you want to join our club?

Full Membership Just £4 per year! BUS ROUTES: 13, 13A, 17, 17A (Stop Outside The Club) 79, P1, P2, 20, 53, 79A (Stop Within 200 Yards Of The Club)


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Tel: 0114 285 1118 - www.bradfieldbrewery.co.uk E6

GREASBROUGH

WMC Church Street, Greasbrough, Rotherham 01709 551117

CHILDREN ALLOWED ON WEDNESDAYS BUT NO CHILDREN ALLOWED ON SATURDAYS

Saturday 16th November

MY MATE KATE

Sunday 17th November

MARTY LEE

Wednesday 20th November

SENSATIONS

BRINSWORTH

SOCIAL 01709 364435 Brinsworth Lane

SATURDAY 16TH NOV

LOTTIE T’VAY & DARREN YORKE

SUNDAY 17TH NOV

HERE’S JONNY

MONDAY & FRIDAY

BINGO

THURSDAY

OLD TIME & MODERN DANCING OPEN ALL DAY

SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS

LIVE SKY SPORTS NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

ALBION ROAD

29 Albion Road - Rotherham Centre Tel: 01709 512545

Top Weekend Entertainment Friday 15th November

COAST

Saturday 16th November

Traditional2Home Cooked Food REAL Sunday 17th November

LISA D MAIO

Tuesday 19th November

DONCASTER RD, ROTHERHAM TEL: 01709 363323 THURSDAYROOM 14TH AVAILABLE NOVEMBER FUNCTION

JON ALEX

GUITAR/KEYBOARD VOCALIST

SATURDAY 16TH NOVEMBER

THE SHARON LEWIS BAND 4 PIECE VOCAL INSTRUMENTAL GROUP

SUNDAY 17TH NOVEMBER

STARDIZ

MALE VOCAL HARMONY DUO

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY

BINGO

TUESDAY

QUIZ

MEMBERS & AFFILIATED MEMBERS ONLY SNACK BAR OPEN SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS COACH PARTIES ACCEPTED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Live Entertainment

New Regular Events

WEDNESDAY 13TH NOVEMBER

POKER NIGHT

HOTSHOTS

50S, 60S NOSTALGIA NIGHT 9PM START

VICTORIA FRANCIS

SATURDAY16TH NOVEMBER

RAWMARSH TRADES & LABOUR CLUB

TO BE CONFIRMED

Whiteley Avenue, Monkwood Estate, Rawmarsh, Rotherham, S62 7QS Tel: 01709 522825

Saturday 16th November

WILSON ELLIS BAND

Sunday 17th November

KT STARR

Saturday 23rd November

DEE DOWLING LIVE

EVERY WEDNESDAY - AUCTION NIGHT

OLD WHITTINGTON MINERS SOCIAL CLUB

Station Lane, Old Whittington, Chesterfield

Tel: 01246 451961

BINGO EVERY NIGHT

Every Monday - ZUMBA 6pm to 7pm Every Tuesday - POKER NIGHT Every Wednesday - AUCTION Lotting 12 Noon - Auction Starts 7pm Followed by BINGO - 9:30pm start BIKERS WELCOME

SAT 16TH NOV SUN 17TH NOV

JAY DANIELLE MARCUS

FUNCTION ROOM AVAILABLE

CLUB CHESTERFIELD Chester Street, Chesterfield T: 01246 234200

Saturday 16th November

EAST DENE SOCIAL CLUB LTD

The Dusty Miller

Sheffield Road, Barlborough, S43 4TW - Near Chesterfield (2 mins off jct 30, M1) Tel: 01246 810 507 • Email: adrian.fazakerley@virgin.net

ROB RUSSELL STACEY RHODES

Sunday 17th November

Saturday 23rd November

CONNECTIONS Tuesday Night Auction - 7pm - Finish Bingo Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Large Function Room For Hire Holds 250 People Available for Weddings, Birthdays, Parties etc.

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EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

QUIZ BINGO BOTH START AT 8PM

LIVE ACT

FREE CROCK POT STEW

WEDNESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER

Book Your Christmas Party Early!

P.Y.C.R FOR CASH ON BOTH NIGHTS IN THE INTERVAL

THE 3 BUSKETEERS BAND NOT TO BE MISSED 9PM START

SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER

STIFLERS MOM ROCK COVERS BAND FREE ENTRY

ALSO SERVING FOOD ALL THROUGH THE CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR HOLIDAY PERIOD CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR MENU DETAILS www.dustymiller.co.uk

Dusty Carvery & Bar Meals Served All Day FINE CASK ALES NOW BEING SERVED

NEWBOLD WMC

Thirlmere Road, Newbold, Chesterfield, S41 8EJ

Excellent live shows! Friday 15th November

BRIMINGTON SOCIAL CLUB

HIGH STREET, BRIMINGTON, CHESTERFIELD

T: 01246 233700

CHRISTMAS EVE

THE CREW

Saturday 16th November

GIANT

HEARTBEATS

Sunday 17th November

FLETCH

50s & 60s ROCK N ROLL BAND

Friday 22nd November

ROADHOUSE

For Details Contact N.M.W.C on 01246 278849

VENUE SUPPLIERS

DISCO BOOKING CENTRE Mobile, Karaoke, Wedding DJ.s covering Yorkshire & Derbyshire

Introducing Disco Booking Centre Let-Down Service For all your Emergency/Last Minute Discos We provide a DJ so that your party can still go ahead (Subject to availabilty)

BOOKING LINE 0114 254 4243


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CARCROFT VILLAGE WMC

CHESTNUT AVENUE, CARCROFT, DN6 8AG. TEL: (01302) 722520

IN OUR LUXURY LOUNGE

Friday 15th November

Saturday 23rd November

FROM 2008 X FACTOR - FAB MALE SOLO

ALL LIVE COMMERICAL BAND

Star Vocal Entertainer

Saturday 16th November

Sunday 24th November

Saturday 30th November

FABULOUS 4 PIECE 80s BAND

Young Female Vocal

Saturday 23rd November

ROB STEVENS

ALAN TURNER

ANGEL MAY

THE PJs

MIDLIFE CRISIS

JOHNNY & THE MOON DOGS

Sunday 17th November

Tuesday 26th November

CLASSY CABARET ALL MALE TRIO

FEMALE SOLO ENTERTAINER

Tuesday 19th November

Friday 29th November

CLASSY MALE VOCALIST

MALE VOCAL ENTERTAINER

Friday 22nd November

Saturday 30th November

50S THROUGH TO 70S SHOW

LITTLE SAM LYONS

BOYS NEXT DOOR

50’S ROCK & ROLL TO LIVE BANDS Parklands Sports & Social Club Wheatley Hall Road, Doncaster, DN2 4LT Tel & Fax: 01302 349881/344825 www.parklandsclub.co.uk

BEV BROOKES

LEROY JOHNSON & THE FLICKS SUPERB NORTH EAST BAND

EXCELLENT GIRL SINGER

ARMTHORPE CORONATION CLUB

THE PARK SOCIAL SP RTS BAR 2 Victoria Road • Doncaster • DN4 0LZ

Saturday 16th November - Star Male Duo

THURSDAY

Tranmoor Lane, Armthorpe, Doncaster Tel: 01302 831393

JOHN MORGAN

STEVE PAVER

1ST & 3RD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

Telephone 07872463929

WHEATLEY W.M.C

Morley Road, Doncaster DN1 2TN Tel: 01302 360984 ENTERTAINMENT EVERY THURSDAY

FREE FUN QUIZ

CURRY & PINT FOR £5

CAPONE

FRIDAY 15TH NOVEMBER

EAGLESQUE

9PM START, FREE RAFFLE, FREE NIBBLES ALL WELCOME

SATURDAY

SAT 16TH NOVEMBER

Beach Boys, Thin Lizzie etc

Sunday 17th November - Modern Girl Vocal

LUCY JO

CARL ASHINGTON

STEVE MAC

Carling & John Smith’s £2 pp All Day SUNDAY

Saturday 23rd November - Excellent 4 Piece Band

COAST

Sunday 24th November - Top Male Duo

CLASSIC GOLD

Saturday 30th November - Star Band

WILSON ELLIS & CO Every Wednesday - BINGO with ALL CASH PRIZES! Last Friday of Every Month NORTHERN SOUL & MOTOWN

GREAT SOUL ARTIST

SUN 17TH NOVEMBER

STEVIE MAC DISCO & KILLER POOL

LEWIS MATTHEWS

FRIDAY 22ND NOVEMBER

TUES 19TH NOVEMBER

EXCELLENT ENTERTAINER

VICTORIA FRANCIS Female Vocalist

DAVEY NICHOLLS TOP MALE VOCALIST

SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER

NORTHERN SOUL & MOTOWN WITH CHRIS & GARY

FOOD NOW BEING SERVED 12noon - 6pm Mon to Fri BIG SCREEN SKY SPORTS Showing All Live Football

OPEN: MON-FRI from 1pm • SAT/SUN from Noon

FREE FUNCTION ROOM AVAILABLE PLEASE CALL FOR DETAILS 360984/812353

WHEELCHAIR FRIENDLY WITH DISABLED TOILET

FIND US ON FACEBOOK ALL SKY SPORTS SHOWN FREE POOL ALL DAY EVERY DAY • NOW ACCEPTING MEMBERS

ROSTHOLME BARNBY DUN SOCIAL CLUB SOCIAL CLUB 128 Askern Rd, Bentley Tel: 01302 873201

EVERY WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY

COUNTRY NIGHT & BINGO Wednesday 13th November

DAVE RICHIE Friday 15th November

JOHN ASTON Wednesday 20th November

CAROLANN B Friday 22nd November

PAUL HILL

Wednesday 27th November

PETER KANE

EVERY TUESDAY (VIEWING FROM 3:30PM)

AUCTION - 6:30PM EVERY THURSDAY

SEQUENCE DANCING TO A LIVE BAND

91 Woodfield Rd, Doncaster , DN4 8HN Tel: 01302 853446

BINGO BONUS NIGHT

EVERY WEDNESDAY! Wednesday 13th November

TERRY WINSTANLEY

KNOCKOUT VOCALIST (FORMER X FACTOR CONTESTANT)

Saturday 16th November

COUNTRY CONTRAST COUNTRY DUO

Wednesday 20th November

JOHN FITZPATRICK MALE VOCALIST

Saturday 23rd November

BOB & CAROL

Every 3rd Friday of the month (FREE ENTRY!!)

SNOWY’S SOUL & MOTOWN NIGHT Saturday 16th November

LAURA MAGANN

STUNNING YOUNG FEMALE VOCALIST

Sunday 17th November

JJ BENJAMIN

POPULAR COUNTRY DUO

BRILLIANT MALE VOCALIST

Friday 29th November

Don’t forget our £1 draw on Sunday Nights

BRILLIANT ROCK & COMEDY DUO

COUNTRY & WESTERN

SEASIDE RENDEZVOUS

01302 882 936

Off High Street, Barnby Dun,Doncaster DN3 1DS

WOODFIELD SOCIAL CLUB

Every Wednesday:

With The Dalton Johns Band & Guests

Every Monday: BINGO

EVERY MONDAY

Quiz Night & Play Your Cards Right

EVERY TUESDAY

Ladies Night Chair Dancing/ Burlesque

EVERY WEDNESDAY Poker Night - Members Only

EVERY FRIDAY & SUNDAY Bingo & Play Your Cards Right

FIRST SATURDAY IN EVERY MONTH Karaoke

www.woodfieldsocial.co.uk Membership Available Anytime


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Tel: 0114 285 1118 - www.bradfieldbrewery.co.uk E8 SCAWTHORPE SOCIAL CLUB Eskdale Drive, Doncaster, DN5 9NT Tel: 01302 562 723

FRI 15TH NOVEMBER

FRI 22ND NOVEMBER

MALE SOLO

TOP FEMALE SOLO ARTISTE

SAT 16TH NOVEMBER

SAT 23RD NOVEMBER

WAYNE SAMUELS

BEEBI DEL

LIVE BAND

DAN KNIGHT’S STORM

SUN 17TH NOVEMBER

SUN 24TH NOVEMBER

MALE LIVE TRIO

VOCAL INSTRUMENTAL TRIO

ICE

LIVE MALE POP BAND

CURTIS SENIOR BAND

DUNSCROFT SOCIAL CLUB Live Entertainment Every Fri, Sat & Sun

Friday 15th November

MIKE CARLTON MALE VOCALIST

THE PROPHECY

WOODFIELD SOCIAL CLUB

WWW. MERCURY 91 Woodfield Rd, Doncaster , DN4 8HN Tel: 01302 853446 NEWSPAPER. Tel: 01302 326313 www.doncastertrades.co.uk CO.UK SAT 16TH NOVEMBER FISHING CLUB PRESENTATION

Saturday 16th November

POPAGANDA TALENTED TRIO MULTI TRIBUTE DUO

Sunday 17th November

DUO

MALE VOCALIST

SAT 23RD NOVEMBER

LOUIE STEPHENS

ROCK N ROLL NIGHT

TUESDAY NIGHT BINGO

ALL SPORTS TV

FUNCTION ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR HIRE Parties • Weddings • Funerals etc Up to 180 people

£6 ON THE DOOR

TEL: 01302 845 637

www.woodfieldsocial.co.uk

200 Station Rd, Dunscroft, Doncaster DN7 4JR

Membership Available Anytime

BENTLEY WEST END

ENJOY A NIGHT AT THE RACES..

SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB

Cusworth Road, Doncaster DN5 9RF Tel: 01302 876340 Sat 16th Nov

MARTIN BURTON’S

Sun 17th Nov

STONE IDOLS

Sat 23rd Nov

O.C.D

GREAT ENTERTAINMENT

Sun 24th Nov (2PM - 7PM)

TAMLA MOTOWN & NORTHERN SOUL

Sun 24th Nov (EVENING)

GREAT ENTERTAINMENT

TIME MACHINE 70S & 80S

TUE 17TH DEC

CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY 4PM - 7:30PM

URBAN FOX

TUE 7TH JAN

CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME

FOSTER’S £2.25 • JOHN SMITH’S SMOOTH £2 MON, TUES, WED, THURS (ALL DAY) & FRI (UNTIL 6PM)

MONDAY QUIZ NIGHT 9.00 PM FREE ENTRY PRIZE: A GALLON OF BEER

WEDNESDAY

BINGO NIGHT FIRST HOUSE 8.50 PM THURSDAY POKER NIGHT CASH PRIZES ON THE NIGHT 8.00 PM

...ON THE BIG SCREEN COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL RACE NIGHT SERVICE TEL: 01302 884725 / 844532 MOB: 07890 308053 DONCASTER CINEMA SERVICES

FRIDAY BINGO NIGHT FIRST HOUSE 9.00 PM TOTE DOUBLE DRAW DRAWN 10.00 PM

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FX “WITH THE BEATLES” A SUPERB TRIBUTE BAND FOR A ONE-OFF PERFORMANCE!!

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FRIDAY 6TH DECEMBER BOOK NOW - TICKETS £4 TEL: MARK. 07884446603

HALIFAX ROAD, WADSLEY BRIDGE, SHEFFIELD S6 1LB

MEADOW

FARM

Bar & Restaurant Top Class Entertainment & Dining at it’s Best!

Every Saturday Night! When only the Best Will Do.. . . This is the Best Venue!

Limited Reservations are available for dining SATURDAY 16TH NOV

CATHERINE COOPER FEMALE VOCALIST

SATURDAY 23RD NOV

VINNIE

MALE VOCALIST

Nether Lane, Ecclesfield, Sheffield 0114 240 1155

£10 ADMISSION


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Telephone: 01246 252868

THE MIDLAND

S H E F F I E L D R OA D , K I L L A M A R S H

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT! EVERY THURSDAY

OUR RENOWNED JAM NIGHT THIS WEEK ... THURSDAY 14TH NOVEMBER

Special Rock Jam Night Featuring

CARNIVALS, MR HARRIS NIXON & THE DESPERADOS FREE FOOD & 1AM BAR EVERYONE IS WELCOME - 8:30PM FRIDAY 15TH NOVEMBER

SUE & PAUL’S KARAOKE 9PM - 1AM

SATURDAY 16TH NOVEMBER FORMERLY THE CRASHERS

THIS MALARKEY AFFAIR FEATURING REG & CO • 9PM - 1AM

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Celebrate Christmas in Style at Hillsborough Stadium

Festive Party Nights

Saturday 30th November Saturday 7th December Friday 13th, 20th December

All-Inclusive Christmas Party Nights Friday 6th December Saturday 21st December

£49.95

per person

£19.95 per adult (Saturday 30th November)

Festive

Party Lunch

Friday 20th December

£28.95per adult (All other dates)

Ozzie’s

£19.95 per person

Christmas Carvery Lunch

Sunday 15th December £16.95 per adult £9.50 per child (5-12)

Theme Nights

(Under 5’s FREE)

Indie Rock Night with The Crashers Friday 29th November • £12.95 per person Take That Tribute with Take All That Friday 6th December • £34.95 per person Soul & Motown Night with Lance Gold Saturday 7th December • £34.95 per person NHS Night with The South West Party Band Thursday 12th December • £28.95 per person The Ultimate 80’s Night with Rock the 80’s Saturday 14th December • £34.95 per person

Hillsborough Stadium

For more information call 0114 3240526 or email Hillsborough@thelindleygroup.com

New Year’s Eve Family Celebration Tuesday 31st December £26.95 per person, £12.95 per child (5-12) (Under 5’s FREE)

New Year’s Eve Gala Celebration Tuesday 31st December £44.00 per person (Over 18’s Only) *Dress code: Smart

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BEDS

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GOOD QUALITY STILL BOXED RRP £499

Bargain £199

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angler’s corner

by Clint Walker

As the weather cools, many anglers turn their attention to the fiercest freshwater predator the pike, or other toothy species such as zander and perch. In truth, it’s my favourite time of the angling calendar and I can’t wait for the first really sharp frosts to put the pike on the feed! I’ve got a few new ideas for this year, including using groundbait to actively attract pike; I’ve always used a clever device which holds a sponge which can be infused or injected with a flavour or an oil and I’ve always done reasonably well, but a chance conversation got me thinking of other methods....especially those which may give me an advantage over the guy in the next peg. Don’t get me wrong, I know you can catch pike year round and I’ve had some real fun with lures this summer, but for many anglers, October sees the carp rods stashed away and the pike gear get dusted off. Already I’ve seen reports of some simply huge fish being caught and the recently pictured 43lb fish from respected venue Chew Reservoir has really set tongues wagging...especially after the capture of a 42lb fish just days before! It’s not just Chew and the like that can hold unexpected surprises though, many stretches of canal, rivers, boatyards and forgotten backwaters can all throw up big pike, the trick is finding them. It’s the same with perch too in my opinion, although a recent revival seems to have seen perch increase in popularity as an intended quarry after several extremely big stripeys have appeared in the angling press. I love them! Seeing a big perch roll over the net is one of

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anglings greatest pleasures, indeed more so if you know there are more within the depths! Big perch are often accompanied or even chased to the net by similar fish and I can’t wait to get the bait back in again... Zander are a mystery to many, and feared by some, but are in truth are an enigmatic addition to our waterways. I recently fished the mighty River Trent and was astonished to see one which looked to be around 7-8lb just lazing at my feet in the margins as it sheltered from the flooded river and readied itself for another slashing attack on prey fish seeking solace within the same deep slack. I had noticed a predator striking at bait fish on the surface as I fished for barbel, but assumed it would be pike so was amazed to witness a zander actually hunting! I’m no zander expert, and I have to admit that my personal best is fairly measly, but they are a species I intend to find out more about. The more research I do, the more I realise just how widespread, therefore accessible these impressive fish are, so I intend to up my game and catch a bigger one! Stand by for hours of twitchy bites, aborted takes, missed indications and frustration, but then that’s what fishing is about.....don’t let the cold weather put you off, go and catch something with real bite!

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It’s the first big Cheltenham meeting of the season this week with the Paddy Power Gold Cup the big race on Saturday. The meeting is over three days from Friday to Sunday. Channel 4 has coverage of all three Cheltenham days, plus two races from Wetherby on Saturday and the Southern National from Fontwell on Sunday so, this week, with too much racing to cover in detail, I have simply given an order of preference for each TV race. The preference order for each race is: Cheltenham, Friday: 1.35 Have You Seen Me, Barney’s Honour, De Faoithesdream, Theatrical Star, Valco De Touzaine 2.05 Attaglance; The Romford Pele, Le Bec, Rockchasebullet, Taquin Du Seuil 2.40 Bally Legend, Jamsie Hall, Paudi The Punter, Kaylif Aramis, God’s Own 3.15 Diamond Harry, Gullible Gordon, Any Currency, Sizing Australia, Balthazar King Saturday: Cheltenham: 1.50 Becausicouldntsee, Spring Heeled, Any Currency, Quentin Collonges, Burton Port 2.30 Tap Night, Hidden Cyclone, Attaglance, Texas Jack, Double Ross, Champion Court, Battle Group 3.00 Recession Proof, Sarabad, Cross Kennon, Southfield Theatre, Greyfriars Drummer, Victrix Gale 3.35 Oscar Fortune, Rally, Toubeera, Ballyalton, Lac Fontana, Timesremembered, Drop Out Joe

Sunday: Cheltenham: 1.35 Sea Lord, Life and Soul, Ballyalton, Lac Fontana, The Liquidator 2.10 The Cockney Mackem, My Brother Sylvest, Taquin Du Seuil, Finch Flyer, Raya Star 2.40 Sire De Grugy, Kid Cassidy, Oiseau De Nuit, Silver Roque, Mad Moose, Tanks For

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That 3.15 Get Me Out Of Here, Redera, Enchanted Forest, Rawnaq, Thomas Edison Fontwell: 1.50 Any Currency, Major Malarkey, Ballybough Gorta, Incentivise, Adrenalin Flight Good Luck! Last week’s results: After non runners were discounted the final runners and outcomes (leading to a 7.83 point profit to one point level stakes) were: Doncaster: 1.50 Levitate – won @ 6/1 2.25 Jack Dexter – won @ 10/3 3.00 Jabhaat – 8th @ 14/1 3.35 Ex Oriente – 14th @ 100/1 Wincanton: 2.05 Karinga Dancer – 5th @ 11/4 2.40 Standing Ovation – won @ 5/2 3.15 Third intention – 3rd @ 3/1

STEELERS SUFFER BELFAST DEFEAT The Steelers suffered defeat to the Belfast Giants on Sunday evening. Two first period power-play goals from the visitors from Jeffrey Szwez and Robby Sandrock had the Giants 2-0 ahead by the 6th minute. With Szwez off for holding it was the Steelers turn to convert on the power-play with Captain Steven Goertzen scoring from Robert Dowd and Chad Langlais. The Giants extended their lead shortly after with former Steeler Colin Shields blast from the point at 14.19 for a 3-1 lead. The Steelers dominated the second session but failed to take advantage on the score sheet. The same was said in the final period with the Steelers outshooting Belfast 10-4. It was however the Giants that were to score first, making it 4-1 through Whitecotton at 44.04 before a Jeff Legue (2-4) power-play goal in the 48th minute set up a nail-biting end to the game. Steelers pulled goalie Frank Doyle in the final minute but failed with their attempts to bring the game back. Final score Steelers 2-4 Belfast Giants.

FIR VALE FOOD BANK GOES CRAZY! Robert Dowd and Mike O’Connor both had back ache this afternoon from carrying another 451 tins of food to St Cuthbert’s Church for the Fir Vale Food Bank. The 451 tins collected at last weekends game against Braehead takes the Steelers contribution to an incredible 1,666 Remember the charity is supported by Robert and Emma Dowd, they set a challenge to Steelers fans to donate 2014 tins by 1st January 2014 - this target looks like being smashed. “The response has been amazing” said Dowdy “the 1,666 tins doesn’t include the 250 sent down by the Fife Flyers fans or there 615 tins donated by supporter Stephen Lawrence and his family “We set a target of 2014 tins and this is going to be smashed maybe 6 weeks early, maybe at Sundays game. We are making a difference to local peoples life’s, we are doing something really good here and everyone who has helped so far donating should be very proud. “Emma and I can’t thank you enough but we are greedy and want more, we want this to continue for as long as people are going hungry. How good would it be if we could do another 450 tins this weekend. Thank you everyone”


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DICKOV: CAN’T CLUB STATEMENT GAFFER FAULT PLAYERS REGARDING DELIGHTED EFFORT JOHN RYAN Manager Paul Dickov spoke to the press after the South Yorkshire derby at Oakwell. “For a derby match there was a lot of desire and a lot of hard work from out part to keep a clean sheet and get a result. Results wise recently hasn’t been great as are the horrendous injuries we have picked up in the last week. “We’ve worked a lot defensively this week but we have also worked on keeping the ball, getting the ball wide and forward, quicker than we did today. That was a disappointing thing but I can’t fault the player’s effort. They really dug in they had a real good go for me. If players work hard and give it all they of got, you have a chance of picking up results. “A point today is a start especially when you look at the experience in our back four. Young Luke McCullough I thought was fantastic as was Bongani beside him who stepped up to become a leader.” Dickov gave an update on the injury picked up in the week by Yun; “We’ve got a curse at the minute, he went for a ball in training yesterday with no-one around him and has rolled his ankle and is going to be out for 6 weeks.”

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County Senior League Premier Division Oughtibridge WMFC extended their lead at the top of the Premier Division to 8 points. Oughtibridge have scored three goals in each of their last three league games and are 12 games unbeaten. They were 3-1 on Saturday at home against Ecclesfield Red Rose. Sadly, for Ecclesfield they lost their goalkeeper to a red card in the first half. Oughtibridge’s goals came from Sami Eric, Tom Fletcher and Danny Robinson. Penistone are Oughtibridge’s nearest rivals. Goals from Lewis Dickinson (2), Duncan Richards, John Whitehead and Jack Moore gave them a 5-1 away win over High Green Villa. Penistone are eight points off Oughtibridge’s lead, but do have played two games less than their rivals. Handsworth topped-off an excellent week with a 2-1 away win over Swallownest Miners Welfare. Handsworth earned a place in the Quarter Finals of the S&HCFA Senior Cup midweek with an impressive 4-1 win over Rossington Main of the Northern Counties East League. Their win on Satuday take them into third place in the table, nine points off the pace with three games spare. Jamie Lindsay scored a hat-trick to inspire Millmoor Juniors to a 6-0 away win over Wombwell Main. Grant Allott, Dean Smith and Martin Jones were also on target for Millmoor who climb into fifth position in the table. Division One Tom Adams pushed a seven goal thriller between Davy FC and Silkstone United in Silkstone’s favour. Adams scored three times for Sikstone, as they took all three points with a 4-3 at Davy Sports Club.

We can confirm that this afternoon the club received a letter from John Ryan resigning as Chairman of Doncaster Rovers. Everyone at the club would like to thank John for the outstanding work he has done as Chairman and for his hard work and efforts through the years. We hope he will remain a close friend of the Club and continue to show his support for Doncaster Rovers. Everyone at the club continues to work hard with the same ambition and drive as usual in order to achieve our aims and objectives.

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Division Two Bawtry Town made it back-to-back league wins on Saturday with an impressive 4-1 win over third placed AFC Dronfield. The result gives Bawtry 20 points from 11 games played, and take them above Dronfield and into third place in the table. U21 Division In similar fashion to the senior team; Bawtry Town U21’s made it back-to-back league wins. They were 5-1 winners against Swinton Athletic U21 at the Keepmoat Stadium. Both Macauley Kentish and Steve Woods were in great form for Bawtry, scoring twice each. After opening their league campaign with five consecutive losses, Bawtry have won their last two and climb into a mid-table position. Cup Games It was a busy weekend outside of league competition, with County Senior League teams taking part in three S&HCFA cup competitions in the last week. Saturday 9th November S&HCFA Rosehill Association Cup 2nd Round Athersley Recreation Reserves 6 Sheffield Athletic 0 Denaby Main 4 Caribbean Sports 2 Frecheville Reserves 2 Jubilee Sports 3 Joker FC 3 Shepley 1 Kiveton Park 1 North Gawber Colliery 3 AET Maltby Main Reserves 4 Bramley Sunnyside 2 Millmoor Juniors Reserves 0 Wickersley 4 Penistone Church Reserves 2 South Kirkby Colliery 1 Rotherham Town 2 Kingstone United 0 AET Stocksbridge Park Steels Reserves 5 Hemsworth Town 0 S&HCFA Senior Cup 3rd Round Swinton Athletic 1 Houghton Main 2

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Rotherham United manager Steve Evans was delighted by the performance of his side in their 3-0 win over Bradford City at New York Stadium, as they overcame Phil Parkinson’s men to progress in the FA Cup. A Kieran Agard brace compromising of goals either side of Alex Revell’s second-half strike ensured that Rotherham United’s name would go into the hat for the second round of the competition. Despite a comfortable looking scoreline against Yorkshire rivals Bradford, the Millers’ boss insisted his side could have been out of sight before the break, with the opposition failing to really threaten Adam Collin’s goal: “It was a thoroughly professional performance and it could have and perhaps should have been more.” “Its fine margins, our goalkeeper made a great save at 1-0, with probably their only effort on goal. You’re thinking by that time that we’ve missed two one-onones and it could’ve been four or five at half time. “However, it was 1-0 and we praised the boys and identified one or two things where we believed we could hurt them.” Evans also reserved special praise for his team’s attacking display, singling out the contributions of goalscorers Revell and Agard: “Alex is a super player. If he scored a lot of goals he’d be playing at the top of the Championship. I thought he was magnificent today and he absolutely destroyed their back two. He creates and holds up play and brings others into the game. “I think the whole thing went through the front two today and him and Tubbs have developed a good little understanding and they both worked extremely hard and have got good energy, which you can see through the team.” The Millers’ boss went on to praise Agard for his efforts since signing for the club last summer and Parkgate 2 Everest 1 (Tues 5th) Rossington Main 1 Handsworth 4 (Wed 6th) S&HCFA Junior Cup 2nd Round Davy FC U21 1 Ardsley Albion 6 Holmfirth Town Reserves 3 Shaw Lane Aqua Force Barnsley U21 4 Millmoor Juniors U21 5 Houghton Main U21 1 Valley Knights U21 1 Byron House 2010 3 Meadowhall League League Cup 2nd Round Abbey Lane U21 claimed the scalp of Division Two’s Masons Arms Langsett. It was an excellent game at Boundary Club, with Abbey Lane proceeding to Round Three with a 5-3 win, partly thanks to a Miles Howarth (1 pen). Goals from Mark Ashton (3), Dominic Naughton (2), Lee Dexter, Gareth Wilkinson (2) and Lee Rodgers gave Arundel a comprehensive 9-0 away win over Double Top U21 at Halfway Junior School. Darren Richardson scored twice to help Concord to a 4-2 home win over Brampton Dynamos U21 to reach the next round. Tinsley Trophy 2nd Round Tinsley Trophy holders City Taxis were knocked-out of the cup at the hands of Penistone Church. They were beaten 2-0 at HSBC Sports Club by goals from Tim Council and Tom Adams. Despite a hat-trick from Ridgeway Athletic’s Callum Paine, penalties were needed to separate Ridgeway and Bystrany Sheffield in an all Division Two tie. It was 3-3 after 120 minutes Ridgeway won the tie 4-3 on spot kicks. SWD of Division Two knocked-out Division One’s Hackenthorpe B, with a 2-0 win at Swallownest Miners Welfare Ground. Division One high-flyers Jack-in-a-Box saw-off Woodhouse Juniors FC 3-2 at Davy Sports Club.

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declared he was pleased to have finally captured the signature of the former Everton youngster: “I can remember going back a year, I said to Paul Raynor when I was going to sign him that he’d been at Yeovil and he wasn’t quite what we were looking for at the time. I had tried to sign him the year before that and just had a gut feel about him and its paid dividends because we wouldn’t have been promoted last year without Kieran’s contribution.”

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Premier Division Daniel Smith scored a hat-trick for Rawson Spring in their away match at Sharrow United. James Middleton (2) and Alex Torr (2) were also on the score-sheet for the Premier Division leaders in a 7-2 win over Sharrow United at Warminster Road. The win makes it five wins in a row for Rawson, who lead the table by three points. Second placed Royal Earl were also victorious on Sunday. 29 year old Jamie Smith scored twice for the Earl, as they defeated Wadsley Bridge WMC 4-0 also at Warminster Road. Handsworth Turf Tavern made it back-to-back wins for the first time in the league this season, as they beat Crookes 4-0 at Davy Sports Club. Division One It was a high-scoring day in the First Division. Firstly, High Noon were 8-3 winners away at HSBC Sports Club. Elliot Coles and John Hill both scored hat-tricks for High Noon, as they went above Jackin-a-Box into first position. Jamie Ledwood scored three times for Packhorse Inn to inspire them to an entertaining 6-4 victory over Hurlfield at the SWD Ground. The win is Packhorse’s second consecutive league win. U21 Division William Warhurst scored the only goal for league leaders Sheffield United Junior Blades U21 at Parson Cross Park as they beat Wisewood Hounds U21 1-0. The Blades are now eight clear in the U21 Division, and are currently on a seven game winning streak in the league. Second placed Brunsmeer U21 maintained their unbeaten start to the league season, as they beat bottom placed side Hackenthorpe Warriors U21 7-2 at Dore Playing Fields. Mosborough U21 were also big winners, with a 8-1 home win over Swallownest U21.


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A late penalty from Chris Porter his first goal of the season - ensured the Blades progressed to the second round of the FA Cup with Budweiser. At the end of Colchester’s ground which housed 410 Blades fans, the striker netted after 81 minutes after a 2-0 lead had been pegged back. Harry Maguire netted his fifth goal of the season and an own goal extended the lead. However, second half goals from Macauley Bonne and Luke Garbutt gave the home side a lifeline before Porter’s penalty. The Blades team included four changes from the previous week’s league encounter at Shrewsbury. After a careful build-up, Miller was included from the start in the first team for the first time since Boxing Day 2013, whilst there were also recalls for Porter, Coady and McGinn. Flynn, Taylor and King dropped to the bench, whilst White was denied permission to play by his parent club, Leeds. Lappin and Coady were handed the wide midfield roles, it was quickly apparent, but the game’s first half chance fell to Bond, but his effort was deflected over by Collins, who recovered after mis-controlling. Incidentally, Collins had his head bandaged from the start to protect the head injury he sustained at Shrewsbury. Then, for the next 12 minutes it was

all Blades with no less than six efforts recorded in that time. It began with Miller laying off to McMahon, whose shot from an acute angle was bundled around a post by Walker. The home goalkeeper, however, could do little to prevent the visitors taking the lead on 10 minutes. Following a foul on Porter, McGinn curled a free-kick to the back post where MAGUIRE’s header looped over everyone before dropping in at the far post. United’s vocal travelling support had barely stopped celebrating when a second was added just two minutes later. This time Okuonghae gave the ball away, Porter progressed down the right and looked to pick out the well-positioned Miller or Doyle but the low cross was deflected by Eastman and trickled into the goal off the feet of goalkeeper WALKER. Moments later, Miller’s effort was blocked after a run down the left channel by Porter and Hill came close to his first Blades goal on 15 minutes when his 30-yard effort clipped the top of the crossbar. In addition, a 35-yard free-kick from McMahon was on target but saved by Walker. Colchester managed to stem the momentum from the Blades but in terms of hitting back with goals, there was little to report in the first half. A Garbutt free-kick from the edge of the box was over and a speculative effort from Bonne was off target. Collins needed treatment for his head injury late in the half and deep into injury-time, Colchester’s best chance came from a move down the right but Eastmond’s low volley was wide of Long’s right post. With their first effort on target, Colchester reduced the arrears soon after the restart. A deep cross from Garbutt skimmed off a head but BONNE continued his run at the back post and netted with a diving header. The Blades hit back with chances falling to the front two but Miller shot over after cutting in from the right and Porter headed wide a cross from McMahon. On the hour Porter had a better chance to restore the two goal cushion when he lost his marker inside the six-yard area but he was unable to

turn in another McMahon cross. A Coady shot was straight at Walker before the Blades were punished for not converting the plenty of chances which were being created. On 64 minutes, there appeared little danger when a throw was half-cleared but GARBUTT’s 30-yard effort was sweetly struck and nestled in the bottom corner of Long’s goal. Opportunities continued. Porter had a free header from McGinn’s free-kick but Walker pushed the effort away, whilst Long kept out from Morrison at the other end. Clough made a couple of changes and the fast-paced action continued. Bean fired over for Colchester and Maguire, despite being under pressure, won another header from McMahon’s cross. Just as the game entered the final 10 minutes a crucial decision went United’s way and with it came the lead. From Lappin’s free-kick, Maguire’s header was heading back across goal when it struck the hand of Okuonghae - referee Gibbs looked disinterested but was advised by one of his assistants that a penalty was the right decision. After deliberations, a spot-kick was awarded and PORTER waited patiently before sliding home, sending the goalkeeper the wrong way. Late on Colchester threw defender Eastman forward and United introduced Taylor just before five minutes of added time was announced. Professionally, the Blades played clock down, completing the majority of the injury-time period in the Colchester half to book a place in Sunday’s second round draw. Colchester: Walker, Okuonghae, Eastmond (Vose 79), Morrison, Bond (Dickson 45), Bean, Eastman, Wilson, Gilbey, Garbutt, Bonne (Szmodics 87). Unused: Cousins, Sanderson, Olufemi, Spence. Blades: Long, Maguire, Hill, Doyle, Porter (Taylor 90), Miller (Baxter 75), McGinn (Flynn 68), Collins, Coady, Lappin, McMahon. Unused: Howard, Cuvelier, King, Murphy.

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Nigel Clough was delighted but relieved to see his side progress to the second round of the FA Cup, following a deserved 3-2 victory at Colchester United. United were two goals to the good at the interval, but having being pegged back to 2-2, Chris Porter, on his return to the starting line-up, netted what proved to be the match winner from the penalty spot. Speaking after the clash at the Weston Homes Community Stadium, Clough beamed: “It was a very hard earned but deserved victory. To get two goals up, it should have been three, in the first-half was a great opening period for us. “We didn’t sit back after the break but probably through a bit of naivety we ended up conceding two goals. “It was always the aim to go on and score more goals and thankfully in the end we got the winner.” The Gaffer continued: “There was a frustration that we hadn’t put he tie to bed by half-time because we have told the lads since day one that you have to be ruthless when you are so much in control of a game. “It wasn’t for a lacking of trying or desire that we didn’t build on our two-goal advantage and despite our frustration perhaps we should give Colchester some credit for their second-half performance. “It was an FA Cup tie and at 2-0 they had nothing to lose. We still had the better chances in the second-half and that is why I was delighted with the end result.” Clough concluded by praising the character of his players, adding: “With 30 minutes left after they had just their second they were probably favourites but we dug in and ground it out and that pleases me.

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The last time the Owls played at Pride Park, they came back from two goals down in dramatic circumstances to salvage a point. But on this occasion, the result was never in doubt once the home side had taken the lead through Jake Buxton moments before the interval. Further goals from Will Hughes and Chris Martin ensured three points for the hosts, who were dominant from the first whistle and good value for victory. The Rams asked more of the questions in the early exchanges although Chris Kirkland was untroubled in the Wednesday goal. The keeper, though, was left powerless and wrong-footed on 16 minutes when a Craig Bryson free kick took a wicked deflection and fizzed narrowly wide. Simon Dawkins then sent a drilled shot goalwards that Roger Johnson blocked as Derby took a foothold on the game. Dawkins had a golden chance moments later but dragged wide after finding space in the box before the contest reverted to type, with the Rams knocking on the door and Wednesday holding firm. It was more of the same as half time approached and for all the paucity of play in their opponents’ half, the Owls were resolute at the back as they largely frustrated the Midlanders. But right on the whistle, the hosts took the lead – a strike that would open the floodgates.

Jamie Ward sent an accurate corner into the mix and Buxton was on hand to send a powerful header into the net from the underside of the crossbar. Almost immediately after the resumption, the Rams made it two. Wednesday lost possession in midfield and so began a swift five-man move that ended with Hughes ghosting in at the far post to slot past Kirkland. That gave the Owls the proverbial mountain to climb but no sooner had they motioned a move to that end, the game was all but over. Derby pressed forward and the ball found its way to the right channel into the path of Hughes, who crossed for the onrushing Martin to prod home from close range. Wednesday made a double substitution, with Jermaine Johnson and Giles Coke introduced to spark some life into what was a lacklustre performance from the visitors. But the damage was done and although the Owls crept back into proceedings in part through the remainder of the game, the outcome was never in doubt. Derby: Grant, Forsyth, Bryson, Keogh, Martin (Sammon 85), Ward (Davies 90), Hughes, Buxton, Dawkins (Bennett 76), Wisdom, Cisse Owls: Kirkland, Buxton, Zayatte, Roger Johnson, Reda Johnson, Antonio, McPhail (Coke 53), Olofinjana (Palmer 73), Helan (Jermaine Johnson 53), Fryatt, Wickham

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From the sublime to the ridiculous was Dave Jones’ primary assessment of the Owls’ 3-0 defeat at Derby on Saturday. Wednesday were comprehensively beaten in the Midlands, leaving the manager frustrated after last Saturday’s hugely impressive and equally dominant victory over Reading. He said: “I didn’t see that coming and neither did any of us to be honest. From the highs of last week to that – I can’t believe it because training has been so sharp all week. “We have been electric for six days and then we get that on the seventh. It’s the sublime to the ridiculous.” Of particular consternation was the lacklustre way in which Wednesday started the contest – before continuing in a similar vein. He said: “They had the first five passes and that set the tone for the afternoon. We lost our personal battles and that was an important part of the game. “We gave away free kicks, corners, and eventually they would find their range, which they did. “We’ve let ourselves down and the thousands of supporters who came down to Derby. It’s frustrating, it’s annoying and they have had a volley in there. “But they were told before the game and they were told at half time. “After two steps forward last week, we have taken three back today.”

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Owls striker Connor Wickham will donate over £1,700 to charity following an Armistice Day appeal on Twitter. The England Under-21s star, on loan to Wednesday from Sunderland, will give £1,730 to Help for Heroes after pledging to donate 10p for every retweet of his post between 10.00am and 11.00am. Wickham received a huge 17,300 retweets in just 60 minutes and following the two-minute silence he returned to the social network site to confirm the final result. He tweeted: “17.3k retweets is amazing… meaning £1,730 to @ HelpforHeroes. A big thank you to everyone who retweeted, you’re helping your country!”

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ITV

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Channel 4

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BBC2

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Coronation Street Mon: Leanne’s hopes for normality start to fade. Will Brian let a nervous and hopeful Julie down? And Mary becomes a source of amusement for Grace and Faye. Wed: As reality hits home Leanne hasn’t the words. Brian finds himself sinking to a new low. And has mean girl Grace turned on Faye? Fri: Grace and Faye go too far. Can Leanne cope with Nick’s condition? And school’s too cool for Steve. Grandma Liz tells an irresponsible Tracy what for.

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