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Back to school time already! How the year is flying by. For me, with 3 children (14, 13 & 9) the year is very much timetabled by school holidays. The next one is 8 weeks away! I have been lucky enough to spend 2 great weeks in Cornwall this summer, enjoying the sunshine, relaxing on the beach, walking the cliff paths, cycling the Camel Trail and this year I have added a new activity; body boarding in the surf - I am even the proud owner of my own wet suit, although I did have to use one of my children’s cast off boards, perhaps I will have my own next year! I hope that you enjoy this months magazine, please do get in touch if there is something that you would like to see in future editions. The next edition will be distributed to you from 28th September. Please ensure that anything that you would like to be included is with me by Friday 14th September.

Best Wishes, Paula

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Mr R Taylor presents Mrs P. Bull with the 2012 Jubilee limited edition of Tiptree marmalade. Thanks to all our customers who entered the raffle. All the money raised has been sent to Bluebell Wood.


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Tickhill St Mary’s C of E Primary and Nursery School Olympic Finish to the end of the Summer Term 2012

The Olympics and sporting activities took over the last few weeks of term in July. The inclement weather forced our Olympic Opening Ceremony indoors, but our spirits were anything, but dampened. Each class wrote their own Olympic Oath and carried different country’s flags, having studied their country in all aspects from costume to cuisine. Parents had the opportunity to join the children for themed dinners throughout our Olympic week. This was a great success with India being a clear favourite! The weather interfered with our Olympic Sports Day, but only in that the activities were moved to the playground off the sodden grass, and modified accordingly. Lumley House (reds) were the clear winners on the day, and the sun shone on the children and their many supporters. Years 3 and 4 visited local schools to compete in a dance workshop and basketball tournament respectively. The whole of Key Stage 1 had a very enjoyable day at Cannon Hall Farm, near Barnsley, and the whole hectic few weeks ended with the end of term discos, and a very emotional End of Year Service at St.Mary’s Church. Year 6 took centre stage and the rest of the school wished them well, as they move on to their respective secondary schools. We’re all now having a much needed rest, in readiness for the start of the next academic year, which will start when school reopens at 8.50a.m. on Tuesday 4 th September.


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To raise funds we enjoyed a pie and pea supper evening at Ye Olde Bell, Barnby Moor on the 7th July. What a fantastically entertaining evening this turned out to be. The Bruvvers Blue were brilliant. The food as usual was delicious and everyone had a terrific evening dancing the night away. Many people donated raffle and auction prizes to help raise even more funds. Thank you to everyone. They included Jamps Cantonise Resturant Tickhill, JG Photography Harworth, Ye Olde Belle The Vulcan Team at Robin Hood Airport, Mulberries Spa Retford, Yorkshire Wild Life Park Bondhay Golf Club, Doncaster Super Bowl this was a small selection of people that supported us for anyone that I have not mentioned a BIG THANK YOU Thank you also to Il Bello Venue Decorations from Harworth. At the drop of a hat they provided beautiful balloons for our table decorations, which were amazing. Huge thanks also go to Bruvvers Blue for making the night go with such a bang. They also auctioned themselves to raise another £300. The final total was around £1700 raised so thank you for everyone that contributed. If you had a great time we will be arranging something similar on the 17th November. So bring your party to our party and have a night to remember.

Pet of the Month

Hello my name is Pixie and I came into care with my little sister when we were just a few weeks old that is nearly a year ago. We were found abandoned in a field and would have died if some nice people hadn't found us. My sister went to her new home almost immediately, she was a different colour to me, as you can see I am all black but very cute and love to be cuddled. I don't know who named me Pixie but I hoped it would make me stand out from the rest of the residents. But its not to be I am still in my pen looking out into the big wide world trying to catch visitors attention ( I have heard that black cats don't get re homed because of their colour ) O K ! so I maybe black but I still have feelings and it makes me sad watching the pretty coloured cats go to their new homes and I am still here. Would someone please come and give me a home, I will be very good and be a perfect companion. We have some very loving cats and dogs, if you think you can give any of our residents a home, or if you would like to donate just £1 per month to our charity please call the Sanctuary on 01302 711330. It costs us £500 per day to stay open, all donations are down this year and we are desperate for further funds so your help is much needed 16| Tickhill Today

Mayflower Sanctuary is currently looking for a Kennel Manager. Mayflower Sanctuary is a Rescue Centre that has been established since 2003. Its main aim is to rescue and rehome abused and abandoned dogs and cats. Based at Bawtry, Doncaster and reporting to the Sanctuary Manager you will be responsible for the day to day supervision of staff, trainees and volunteers. It will also be your sole responsibility to ensure that the Sanctuary is adequately staffed each day and to manage the cleaning of the kennels, ensuring that everyone is adhering to procedures put in place as per Sanctuary policies. We are looking for someone to join our established team who has the responsibility and the welfare of the animals at heart. It is essential that they have experience with animals and the kennel environment along with Managing a team. The role is full time (37.5 hours). It requires the candidate to work a 5 day week; one of those days being either a Saturday or Sunday. Please send a cover letter along with your CV to: Jennie Foxall-Lord, Mayflower Sanctuary, Narrow Lane, Bawtry, Doncaster, DN10 6QJ or email: jennie@mayflowersanctuary.co.uk the deadline is 30th September 2012. Please note: if you apply and have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the deadline we regret that unfortunately your application will not have been successful.


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NEW CLASS LINE DANCING FOR BEGINNERS AT CARLTON IN LINDRICK STARTING ON 5TH SEPTEMBER 2012 If you want to get more exercise, make new friends and dance why not come along to the Carlton in Lindrick Civic Centre on Wednesdays between 7pm and 10pm. If you haven’t danced before and want to give it a try then do come along to the brand new Beginners line dancing class starting at the Civic Centre on Wednesday 5 September 2012. The new Beginners class run will from 7pm to 8pm in the Civic Centre and is followed by existing classes for easy/intermediate. Line dance classes have been held at the Civic Centre for the last six years and are still going strong with dancers coming from all over the region. It is a very friendly class taught by David Birkinshaw who is a qualified BWDA and D&G teacher and has held line dancing classes and social evenings for 16 years. You are advised to wear normal shoes (not trainers) and bring your own drinks to classes. The music ranges from new country to the latest pop music and dancers can range from 8 to 80 years. No partners are required. If you have any queries please contact Dave on 07808 931534 or Janice on 07590 455340 Classes are £2.50 for the first hour or £3.50 for as long as you want to stay. Secure parking is available at the Centre.

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Rossington Hall treat for St Leger race-goers! Gary and Michelle Gee, owners of Doncaster’s newest luxury wedding, special occasion and fine dining venue Rossington Hall, are delighted to be sponsoring Doncaster Racecourse’s new Premier On The Lawn facility at this year’s Ladbrokes St. Leger Festival. Premier On The Lawn is a newly created admission badge, taking the best of the existing Premier Suite and locating it in a duplex marquee on the champagne lawn. Gary and Michelle have long had a passion for horse racing and have been members of Doncaster Racecourse for many years. They are equally passionate about period buildings and see the partnership with Doncaster Racecourse as a wonderful opportunity to merge their fond interest in both to create a very special experience for St Leger race-goers in Doncaster. Gary and Michelle have owned Rossington Hall, a Victorian Grade II listed building, for just over a year, and, having spent over £3.5million on the first phase of the renovations so far, have restored much of the beautiful Victorian stately home (including the main state rooms) and grounds back to their former glory, and have created an elegant chandeliered ballroom. Rossington Hall is already becoming known as one of the region’s most prestigious wedding and celebration venues, as well as wowing diners with a fine dining experience fit for those with the most discerning palate. To mark the occasion, during Thursday 13th – Saturday 15th September of the St Leger Festival , race-goers will be able to delight in an added luxury by enjoying a tantalising selection of dining options, both before and after the racing, in the beautiful state rooms at Rossington Hall. At 10.00am each day, an intimate and exclusive champagne and lobster brunch will be served, where guests can take advantage of tips for the day’s racing from a well-known tipster. The cost is £59 per person and transport to the race course in plenty of time to enjoy action will also be included. For those who prefer to finish the day off with something special, a bespoke 7 course taster menu, created by our 3 AA Rosette chef, John Lyons, will be served from 6.30pm at a cost of £60 per person. Places will be limited on each dining occasion, so please book early. For further information about Rossington Hall’s special race week celebrations, please contact Kirsty or Patricia on 01302 866822 or email hello@rossingtonhall.co.uk www.rossingtonhall.co.uk

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Finningley and Torne Valley Children’s Centre is part of your community. Our aim is to work in partnership to support inclusive and effective services for children and their families. We are open Monday – Thursday 8:30am until 4:30pm Friday’s 8:30am until 4pm For more information contact us at Finningley and Torne Valley Children’s Centre, Hayfield Lane, Auckley, DN9 3NB 01302 770466 Or ftvchildrenscentre@doncaster.gov.uk

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TICKHILL CRICKET CLUB MILLENNIUM COMPETITION

Plate Semi-Finals 23rd July. Travellers Rest 103 all out lost to Ancient Juniors 105 for 6 An enjoyable sporting match but the Travs total of 103 was not quite enough. 30th July. Scarbrough Arms 119 for 6 beat Tickhill Institute 118 for 5 The Institute needed 2 to win off the last ball but Mark Dickinson was bowled by Jim Proudley Cup Semi-Finals 6th August The Oak 136 for 5 beat Double Deuces 115 for 4 The one bonus of only having 7 players is that a batsman who has retired on 25 can get back in more quickly and Jamie Doyle was able to accelerate the scoring rate with his 53 not out for The Oak. 13th August. Friday Fruitcakes 207 for 3 beat Carpenters Arms 99 all out. I do not remember ever seeing a score like this. Mark Sissons finished on 48 not out and John Dickinson 37. 3 other batsmen also retired. Kyle Talbot and John Dickinson both took 4 wickets. FINALS - Sunday 9th September 2.30pm PLATE Ancient Juniors v Scarbrough Arms 4.30pm CUP The Oak v Friday Fruitcakes Phil Thomas , 744946

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The finals of the internal Club Competitions will take place on Sunday September 2nd. at 2:00pm. prompt. These finals are for the Mens' Singles, Ladies' Singles, Mixed Doubles, & Pensioners' Handicap. (Competing Finalists to "check-in" before 1:45 pm) A mid-session buffet will be available free to Members, (non-members & visitors £1-50). Home League Fixtures For September Tues.4th. (Midweek Doubles) Tickhill v Harvesters (6:30. pm) Wed. 5th. (Over 60s Doubles) Tickhill v Rossington Welfare "B" (2:00pm) Wed 19th. (Over 60s Doubles) Tickhill v Brodsworth Welfare (2:00pm) These are the last remaining Home Fixtures for the 2012 season & will be played at Tithes Lane Pavilion. Admission is free to spectators, and light refreshments (Tea, Coffee, Minerals etc) are available at a modest charge. Details of the Clubs' Annual General Meeting will appear in the November issue of Tickhill Today

TICKHILL AND DISTRICT LIONS CLUB As you all know we will have to wait until 2013 for the next Tickhill Gala. In the mean time you may be interested in the Doncaster Show which is being organised by the Doncaster Lions. The event takes place at the Deaf Trust Campus on Ledger Way on the weekend of 1 st and 2nd September. The Doncaster Show is sure to be a fun-packed weekend where there will be activities to please everyone, from Archery to Zumba. There will be craft stalls, live music and fairground rides amongst other exciting things. Admission and car parking are free. Full details can be found at http://doncastershow.co.uk. The Tickhill and District Lions have been busy recently organising and running days out for senior citizens, including many who suffer from mobility problems and need assistance when away from their home environment. One of trips was for a group of Harworth senior citizens who enjoyed a day out in Harrogate. The Lions support many local activities. Recently we have supported our local younger generation with donations to both the Tickhill Explorer Scouts, to help with their ‘Three Peak Challenge’ and to the Tickhill Juniors under 14’s football team allowing them to enter a district football competition. 30| Tickhill Today


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NEW Year 7 Open Evening Wednesday 26th September 2012

6.00 pm – 8.00 pm An information evening for any parent wishing to apply for the admission of their child into Year 7 September 2013. There will be a presentation in the Main Hall with an opportunity to tour the school, visit subject areas, talk to students, teachers and members of the school’s leadership team.


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Arts Review and What’s Going On September 2012 Hilary Cartmel We’ve enjoyed a range of music festivals this summer. The kids (I use the term loosely) have been off to several including the Sheffield free festival ‘Tramlines’ 20 to 22 July which had music in every venue possible in the City, now in its third year and with a huge range on offer. Global Gathering where the dance music went on until 4 in the morning ( dance = not waltz or foxtrot) and Leeds Fest at Braham Park - always a fixture for our ‘kids’ will have come and gone by the time Today goes to print. Doncaster had its own free festival called MAP (Music and People) on 4th August. The local pubs in Harworth (Blacksmiths) and Scaftworth (King Willliam) have done one day festivals. We – the oldies in the family went off for a weekend of Folk at Cambridge at the end of July. I did think we would fit in invisibly amongst the grey bearded sandal wearers – but this was not so. The age range was total and there were some brilliant young performers busking around the site and playing on the smaller and intimate stages. One, called the Front Room, was barely bigger than a family sized tent and complete with sofas and seating for about ten within its canvas walls, but with plenty of space on the grass outside. It’s a broad church, folk music, there was none of the stereotype finger-in-the-ear (and what’s wrong with several voices performing in tight harmony?) All performers wear earpieces and have wires coming out the backs of their heads now. We saw from one extreme to the other: virtuoso performances of electrified Irish and Scottish developments of slip-jigs and reels with almost 20 musicians on stage including electrified Northumbrian Pipes and bodhran to Billy Bragg celebrating the life and work of Woody Guthrie who believed that being able to play more than 2 chords on the guitar was showing off. A great atmosphere and good beer all added to the weekend and in Cambridge we were blessed with sunshine. Very little beats live music or live performance. There will be plenty of live and local performances in the neighbourhood over the next few months, brought to you by TMS, The Rock, Village Ventures, Letwell Gigs and many more besides. The Rock – every Friday evening at the Wesley centre in Maltby Kicks off the Autumn season on 7th September with Vin Garbutt. www.therock.org.uk Tickhill Music Society concerts in St Mary’s school hall begin their Autumn season on 21 September with Erato Piano Trio playing Haydn, Beethoven and Faure.

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Letwell Gigs at Letwell Village Hall have Anna Coogan and Daniele Fiaschi on Saturday 22 September email: Stephanie@varah.plus.com Village Ventures the rural touring program brought to you by Notts County Council with funding from Arts Council England (which means subsidised ticket prices) begins the 2012/13 season locally at Bircotes Town Hall with the ever popular and ever brilliant Northumberland Theatre Company. Their version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream – bringing the Shakespeare Season to our doorstep. Friday 28 September. www.villageventures.org.uk tickets 01302 752515 / 752642 36| Tickhill Today


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The second generation of solar power is here By Alison Courtnell, managing director of Solar ENLES (www.solar-enles.co.uk) Have you ever heard the expression "about as useful as a chocolate teapot", or "about as useful as a concrete parachute"? Another of these is "about as useful as a solar-powered torch". But the premise on which this third expression is based – that something solar-powered only works if the sun is out – doesn’t actually ring true. As of today, it is possible to run your home or business on solar even after the sun has set. You just need SunBat, a system that stores any solar power that you don’t use right away. SunBat integrates neatly into any PV system, new or retrofit, and is available for both single- and threephase connections. There are several benefits for those who install this brand new technology:  It makes you even more independent from the National Grid, reducing your bills substantially  You can use eco-friendly electricity at the times of day when you need it the most – for most people, this is in the morning and evening when they are at home.  Your electricity stays on during a power cut – for hours, typically.  You add to the value of your property. The introduction of SunBat is a huge step forward for solar power in the UK. The first generation of solar customers in this country sought to take advantage of the Government’s feed-in tariffs, but the second generation is less dependent on them. The cost savings made possible by SunBat, together with the significant drop in the cost of solar PV and the steady rise in the cost of grid electricity, has made solar energy an attractive proposition in its own right. Solar ENLES will launch SunBat at the Solar Power UK event at the Birmingham NEC 2-4 October.

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Attention all log burners – Firewood Festival 30th September Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust manage over 70 nature reserves, the largest being the Idle Valley Nature Reserve just off North Road, (A638), Retford. One of the premium ancient woodland sites is Treswell Wood where many traditional woodland management methods and crafts are still practised complimenting and supporting vital wildlife conservation on site. The annual Firewood Festival held at Idle Valley Nature Reserve gives everyone a great opportunity to learn how traditional woodland management techniques create employment and opportunities to create natural products from the wood so that Chainsaw artist Dan nothing is wasted, whilst at the same time protecting wildlife for Sly at last year’s the future and transferring ancient skills. Firewood Festival This year there will be even more demonstrations with the stunning logging horses, swedish logs, pole lathing, bentwood chair-making, chainsaw carving, log splitting and log burner displays. Learn how to make the most of your fuel and look after your log burner in an ecofriendly way, helping Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust to protect wildlife for the future at the same time. The event opens at 11am, please contact Aran Atkinson on 01777 713944 for more information. WADWORTH COMMUNITY CENTRE Curry evening !! Saturday, 8th September - 7.30 pm - £8 per person Choice of medium chicken or vegetable curry plus nan bread, sauces, etc. Places must be booked please by Wednesday, 5th September . Contact Maureen on 852874 or Ruth on 215921. Diary dates: Wadworth walk on Sunday, 7th October (£2). Meet at Community Centre 1.15 pm for a 1.30 pm start. Meal at White Hart afterwards - £7 (optional, need to book in advance). Autumn Fayre on Sunday, 28th October, 2-4 pm. (Please contact Maureen if you would like to book a stall).


What Fantastic A Level Results! We are absolutely delighted with the success of our Sixth Form students again this year. They have achieved the highest percentage of grade ‘A’s ever at Sir Thomas Wharton Community College and there has also been pleasing improvement in the number of grade A-B passes.

There were many individual success stories including: Emma Smith’s excellent effort which was rewarded with 1 A*, 4 As and 1B; she will be studying Psychology at the University of York. Alex Hill (3As and 1C) who will be studying Physics at the Royal Holloway University London. Tickhill’s own George Brookfield (2As, 1B and 1C) who will read Mechanical Engineering at the University of Aberdeen. The Year 13 students have chosen a variety of pathways to follow, from starting their careers in the workplace to continuing into higher education.

We are very proud of our students and their achievements at Sir Thomas Wharton Community College and we wish them every success in their future careers.

Dates for your Diary 12 Sept – KS4 Guide to Parents 5.30-7.30pm 13 Sept – Y7 Photographs 18 Sept – Y5/6 Open Evening 6-8.30pm 26 Sept – Friends of Sir Thomas Wharton 7pm 1 Oct – Y7 Settling-In Evening 2.45-5.30pm 11 Oct – Y10/12 Individual & Y11 group photographs 17 Oct – Friends of Sir Thomas Wharton 7pm 26 Oct – Break up for Half Term

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orkshire Countrywomen Association Fifty-three members were present at our meeting on August 9th. when Ron Marshall gave an illustrated talk about "Harris and St. Kilda." Our next meeting will be on Thursday September 13th. at 7.30p.m. when Christine Robinson is coming to talk about "Getting Chatsworth Ready for Christmas." As we are proposing to visit Chatsworth in its Christmas Finery in November, this should be a very interesting evening. Marcia J Lingard. [ Secretary ]

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ickhill Pop-In Centre Tickhill Pop In Centre is open for you every Wednesday afternoon between 1.30 – 3.30p.m. In the Methodist Church lounge. We have a Speaker on the first Wednesday in the month, Lunch on the 2nd Wednesday and Table Top Activities the rest of the time. Or if you want to pop in for a cup of tea and a chat that is fine too. There is no charge. Further details from Rosemary Cornish 744768. Elinud Foulds will be coming to tell us about her visit to Iona, on September 5th. She will begin her talk at 2pm. Anyone is welcome to come along, there is no charge.

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ICKHILL DANCE CLUB Dancing every Friday in the Methodist School Room, 8 to 10pm. Entrance fee £2.00 (includes refreshments & raffle ) New members please ring Eilleen on 01302743658 ACT Community Meeting For Tickhill, Bawtry & Villages 11 September at Bawtry Church Hall at 6pm

available in the Library, Lockwoods Florists, KSM corner card shop and Eatons and Fentons butchers shops. Entry forms to be handed in at the Methodist Hall on Friday 7th September between 6.30pm and 9.30pm. This is more than just a Horticultural Show with craft, baking, needlework, art and photography classes for all age groups in addition to the fruit, flower and vegetable classes. This year's Show will also feature a 'Jubilee Pet Show' with just three classes :- 'Happiest Pet', 'Scruffiest Pet', and 'Most Lovable Pet' to be judged by Mrs. Mary Beck. Pets to be registered by 2.30pm on the day of the show, with judging to commence at 3.00pm. The Show will be opened at 2.00pm by Mr. Brian Leesing of Torne Valley Farm and Country Stores with the presentation of trophies at 4.00pm. We will be entertained by the Bramley Brass and Jazz Band throughout the afternoon and the Methodist Church will be decorated for the Harvest Festival to be celebrated the following day. Phil Thomas

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ickhill Methodist Ladies' Fellowship. We have two meetings in September. On Tuesday September 11th. the speaker will be our Minister, Rev. John Hartley. Then on Tuesday September 25th. Carol Bowser is coming to talk about "Winthrop Park." Both meetings will start at 2.30p.m. and will be held, as usual, in the Church Lounge. All ladies are welcome to join us. Marcia J Lingard. [ Secretary ]

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UTTERCROSS NEEDLEWORKERS th At our meeting on September 19 Penny, from Penny’s Patchwork at Everton, will show us her quilts. Penny makes a quilt, illustrating it with highlights of places visited on each of her holidays around the world. The meeting starts at 7.30pm in the Scout Headquarters, Tickhill. Visitors are very welcome - £3 includes refreshment. Christine Wilson

ickhill Horticultural Society On the evening of the July meeting Jill and I were on the overnight ferry to St. Malo but everyone tells me that we missed an excellent speaker - knowledgeable, interesting, amusing and superb with foliage. Thank you Sheila Clark. Next meeting: Thursday 27th September Venue: Methodist Schoolroom 7.15pm Speaker: Stephen Routledge of Floral Media, AMILY SERVICES Newark. at Tickhill Methodist Church Subject: Autumn Baskets and Planters. A Warm Welcome Guaranteed, a There will be plants for sale. As always visitors modern and visually appealing service are welcome. (£3) for all ages and refreshments The 25th Annual Show will be held in the Why not come and join us on the Methodist Church and Schoolroom on Saturday afterwards nd 8th September. Schedules and entry forms are 2 Sunday in each month?

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Charity calls for supporters to sleep rough for one night Local charity SAFE@LAST is calling for participants to take part in The BIG Sleepout and sleep rough for one night so young runaways don’t have to. The BIG Sleepout, SAFE@LAST’s signature event, is returning for the 5 th year and to all four boroughs of South Yorkshire to raise funds and awareness of the charity’s work across the county. Since the first BIG Sleepout in 2007, over 1,000 people have taken part and slept rough for one night, raising over £70,000 in the last five years. The event helps to give participants an insight into what it could be like for the many thousands of young runaways who find themselves sleeping rough. Those taking part have to forgo all comforts for the night as they are only allowed basic items to keep warm such as a sleeping bag and cardboard box. In order to continue their work and deliver vital services, SAFE@LAST has to fundraise and every penny raised through the BIG Sleepout will make a huge difference. This year the charity hopes to have over 500 participants sleeping rough across the four venues. Fundraising Officer Barbara Raszyk commented “The BIG Sleepout provides a chance for us to highlight the struggles young runaways face and for people to have a small taste of what sleeping rough on the streets might be like. When children sleep rough they do it because they feel they have no other choice. They do it because they judge their other options as worse than a cold, lonely, dirty night on the streets. The money raised at these events will help us to continue to ensure that young people across South Yorkshire know they have a safer choice.” This year’s events are Friday 28thth September at Lakeside Village Doncaster, Friday 5th October at The Core Barnsley, Friday 12 October at Don Valley Stadium Sheffield and Friday 19th at Parkgate Shopping Rotherham. For more information about The BIG Sleepout and SAFE@LAST and to register for the event visit: www.thebigsleepout.co.uk.

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FREDA JONES

We wish to record the life of a beloved wife and mother, who fought bravely to the end to conquer cancer, but eventually passed away peacefully at St. John's Hospice on the 12th. June 2012. We also wish to thank the medical services who tried so hard to alleviate her ailment, carers, district nurses, surgery, hospital and hospice, who never gave up. A sum of £450 was collected and has been sent to her chosen charities, at the hospital and hospice, and we thank all those who gave so generously. Rest in peace my darling, Brian Jones, Peter Jones & Jenny Hosker.

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others' Union Havenhand and the TRA team for another On Thursday 9th August several great Yorkshire Day Treasure Hunt which I am members went to Sheffield sure everyone enjoyed that took part. And Cathedral for the annual Mary also to thank Pat Brown for doing the Quiz. Sumner Day service, when the This event is very much appreciated. Thank you all, Lynda Tickhill MU banner joined a colourful procession around the Cathedral of MU banners from the Deanery. t. Mary's Church 100 Club Our next meeting is Tuesday September 11th With the July edition of Tickhill Today in St. Luke's Chapel when Heather Johnson every house in Tickhill received a leaflet detailing plans for reducing the will give a talk entitled the Highs and Lows of forecast shortfall of £15,000 in meeting India. Some goods made in India will be on sale.MU greetings cards are now regularly on the annual costs of running the Church. sale at our monthly meetings and on most The 100 Club ideally requires 100 members Sunday mornings after the 10.30 am Service. but we are currently only just over half way Kathie Mason there. At £5 a month please give our plans your consideration. The first draw will be held arworth & Bircotes Table Tennis in early October based on numbers paid for by if anyone is interested and wants to the end of September. If your entry form has come along, Its on a Tuesday Night been mislaid you will find a supply on the 6pm till 8pm at the Welfare Hall table in Church and in the library, or you can Whitehouse Rd Bircotes. contact me at 7, Airedale Avenue or on New players welcome. 744946. Many thanks. Prices are £1 for under 16s and £2 for adults. Phil Thomas Also a tuck shop for refreshments. amaritans Purse Operation Christmas Come along and join in with the fun. Child. It’s that time of year again to remind oglia d’Italia (the Italian Society for you all to look out for a shoe box ready South Yorks and North Notts) to fill with appropriate items for the above. presents: In the next 2 weeks there will be leaflets and Film: “The Salt of Life”. An posters in the library and posters on the opportunity to see and discuss this comedy/ Methodist Church notice board. In addition drama, a follow-up to “Mid-August Lunch”, there will also be a coffee morning in the starring and directed by Gianni Di Gregorio (co Methodist Church lounge with a stall selling -writer of the film: Gomorra”) and also items suitable for the shoe boxes. Please look starring Valeria De Franciscis. out for the date in next months ‘Tickhill Friday14th September 2012 Today’ 7.45pm, Tickhill Pavilion, Tickhill, DN11 9QN If you require any more information please Admission: £3 non-members ring Pat on 742755 Further information: 01909 481136

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Tickhill and Bawtry Probus Club It’s happened again! Your scribe is meant to put in a report on the club’s activities every three months which means that this report should have been in the July issue. However, just as last year a combination of my holidays, magazine closing dates and possibly a little ARF* means that this contribution will not appear until September. Never mind, hopefully many Probus members and potential Probus members have been on holiday too and my lapse will pass unnoticed. All our meetings for the remainder of this year are listed below and if you think you might be interested in joining us come along to a meeting as a guest. Normally (i.e. except for the two meetings this September!) we meet at the Millstone on the 2 nd and 4th Thursdays of each month at 10.00 for 10.30 am. Meetings usually finish by 12.00 Noon after which many members can be found in the bar downstairs. It beats gardening or decorating any day! The meetings programme for the rest of the year is: 13th September. Visit to Northern Racing College (list already full) 27th September. Ladies lunch at Doncaster Golf Club (members and wives/partners only). 11th October. “Legacy of Emperors”. Talk by Michael Walpole. 25th October. “So this is Tokyo”. Talk by Jennie Storr 8th November. “Remembrance” Members’ contributions. nd 22 November. Annual Lunch (members only) 13th December. TBA (but come along anyway, bound to be good just before Christmas!} We look forward to seeing old friends and new. *ARF. Age Related Forgetfulness. Common in people over 70 but can occur earlier or later. Not to be confused with Alzheimer’s Disease or other nasties!

THE TRAVELLERS REST HELP FOR HEROES AUCTION & RAFFLE As a result of the raffle held at The Travellers Rest pub, Tickhill an amount of £425 was raised, plus a further £40 wristband collections. Particular thanks are due to donations from the following businesses (in alphabetical order): Carlson & Davies Fine Chocolates Castlegate Coffee Shop & Bistro Castlegate D.I.Y. Cooplands Bakery Deli 28 D.H.L. Ltd Eatons Butchers Fentons Butchers Flower Hill Homewares Ltd Juicy Fruits Linda’s Kitchen Locwoods Florist Mad Hatter Baking Medico Skin Studio Petits Enfants Ruby Le Maison Teasdale Bakery The Barber Shop The Card Gallery The Taj Cottage Indian Restaurant Tops & Tans Travellers Rest Pub Zara’s Indian Restaurant Dave & Linda were excellent as host/hostess Thanks again, Terry & Fay Lloyd 46| Tickhill Today

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Access (problems for those with any disability are highlighted) and Flooding. Later the vexed First and most important, thank you to question of litter and dog-fouling may demand its own study. There are also some issues over all those who have filled in the which the Neighbourhood Plan will have no Neighbourhood Plan questionnaire influence, like the provision of bus services to distributed with the last edition of Tickhill places outside Tickhill, which will have to be Today. It isn’t too late if anyone still wants to send one in. Questionnaires are still available in taken up in a different way. the Library; we’d especially welcome more Please keep in touch with us. If anyone who ideas from younger people. hasn’t already offered help can give us specialist assistance in any of the areas on There was a great deal in common in the which we propose to work, please contact the responses, which were overwhelmingly of the working party, Rosemary positive. The community spirit, large number of secretary Chappell (pchappell@callnetuk.com or organisations and annual events are much tel.745885). appreciated. Most of you seem very happy with Tickhill broadly as it is in size and As I referred to it last month, I should add that environment, and value local shops and the our Town Council has met Mayor Peter Davies protection of the Green Belt. It seems clear and both the wild wood alongside the that you want the Neighbourhood Plan to motorway and the public toilets have been protect what is best and to enhance it where withdrawn from sale – good news indeed. possible. John Hoare We have, however, identified a number of pen Garden areas where work will be done to bring forward ideas which could be included in the Plan. Many thanks to the people of our Initially we aim to have small groups working community and beyond who on these five areas: supported the Open Garden in aid of 1 Traffic and Road Safety, which produced the St Mary’s Church and Isabella largest number of negative comments. Reynolds funds, which raised a total of £1414 2 Car Parking of which £1014 was donated to the Church and 3 Communal facilities, where the need for £400 to Isabella. public toilets and concerns about opportunities for young people topped the list. The success of our day would not have been 4 Heritage, where there is a clear wish for possible had it not been for the generosity of design guidelines for building work, protection all the shop owners and others who provided of the Conservation Area, and promotion of prizes for the tombola stall, friends who made our history. the delicious cakes, hand made cards, 5 Environment, a broad area including organized and manned the various stalls and overgrown hedges and footpaths, the future of for the car parking facilities at Eastfield Farm. trees, litter, etc. For all of this we had a brilliant time and are most grateful to all who supported the event. This is in no way exhaustive and leaves out Anne & Stuart Grindle significant issues and specialist areas like

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September again and a new season of activities. But first, back to 21 st July when we held our first ever Local History Fair in the Library which was very well attended. In addition to material from our own archives, Charles Kelham and Helen Wallder brought items about Tickhill from the DMBC Archives and the Local Studies Library. We also showed long forgotten cine films of Tickhill in 1929 and 1953 – these proved very popular. Our thanks to Charles and Helen, also to Steve Payne who arranged the film display and to Lesley Nicholson who devised and managed the whole event. Now, back to the future – well to September 20th anyway. This is when our 2012/13 Season of meetings starts with a (hopefully) brief AGM followed by Martyn Johnson talking about “The Making of Black Diamonds”. Those who have read the book “Black Diamonds, The Rise and Fall of an English Dynasty” by Catherine Bailey will know that it is the 20 th Century story of one of England’s once richest families, the Fitzwilliam’s of Wentworth, South Yorkshire. Catherine Bailey comes from Southern England and when she arrived in Wentworth to do research for the book she found the local dialect difficult and information sometimes hard to come by. Fortunately, Martyn Johnson, then the village policeman took her under his wing and helped her get what she needed for this superb book. His talk about this should be absolutely fascinating. As usual the meeting will be in the Methodist Schoolrom starting at 7.30 pm and visitors will be welcome. And finally. Beyond September 20th we have a cracking programme of meetings on the third Thursday of each month except December when we will be having our usual Christmas Social at the Millstone. Membership of the Society costs only £6 per person (free for juniors in full time education).You can join or renew your membership in the Library to avoid queuing at meetings. We look forward to seeing friends old and new.

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Weather Wise. Foreigners (of which there are far too many in my view) tend to view the UK in a negative manner. Napoleon is supposed to have dismissed the British as ‘a nation of shopkeepers’ and I suppose he had a point. The English in particular have been labelled ‘perfidious Albion’ which isn’t very nice. We are also seen as a dull, dour and dangerous lot epitomised by that bulldog image. Despite all these allegedly unsavoury characteristics, there is one subject which we really know something about: weather. Those in sunny climes who see blue skies and experience high temperatures have a limited view of weather since it is pretty much always the same. Similarly in northern countries where half the year sees no daylight and snow covers everything the people tend to be gloomy to match, write miserable novels and make violent crime films. Of course, as a reasonable lot, we British only tolerate moderate weather. We have nothing to do with hurricanes, cyclones and tornadoes. There is the odd paltry mini-tornado I suppose, but not one of those unruly things that rips off roofs and tumbles buses into the river. Things here are done in moderation as befits our noble character. We have frost and fog and showers and thunderstorms with hail, strong sun and the odd brisk breeze - often all of these on the same day. But nothing too violent. We restrict snowfall to just a few inches, enough to bring the nation’s traffic to a halt so that people can have a day or two off work. Lately there have been a few sad lapses when there have been some floods in places but these are quickly followed by a drought to even things up. With us it is all about balance. This means that everybody knows about weather. We know about highs and lows, cold fronts, jet streams, isobars and all that technical stuff. We talk a lot about the weather, even more than we complain about the Government, the local council, the post office and the cost of vegetables. People passing in the street will say ‘Nice day, for a change’. The postman, drenched to the skin, will comment ‘It’s a bit damp’. Those continentals don’t know what they are missing. They never experience the jolly variety of our April showers (so called because they occur in May). They will not know the gloomy mystery of a haar on the East Coast; the bracing easterly wind tearing at the wind-break on the beach, the steady soothing drizzle pattering onto the umbrella and November fog. Things change with the seasons. In Winter, when the ground is frozen hard and hoar frost spangles the grass, when the crisp air is diamond clear, the bark of a dog two miles away comes to the tingling ears as sharp and true. In Spring, the cold world begins to burst with youth and promise. The recent fleeting shower adds sparkle to the hedges, the blackthorn blossom is overtaken by the sweet scented hawthorn, aubrietia spills over old stone walls and creamy cow parsley fringes the roadside. In high Summer thoughts turn to the sunhat and deckchair or hammock and barbecues; we dreamily watch the fluffy white clouds lazily drifting against a bright blue sky and all Nature murmurs with a drowsy hum. And Autumn when the rattle of the combine harvester has faded and the lumpy hay bales lie lazily in the fields, the world takes on a golden sheen. Fruits have ripened in the sun and apple trees do lean down low. Unless there has been a damp spell, of course. Yes! over here we really do know about proper weather. Philip Mottram

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Well, the weather defeated us and so did our resolve. We thought we could re-organise the Tickhill Gala in September but, after a long, hard meeting, sadly, the decision was taken not to go ahead with it. We would like to thank all those people who worked unceasingly throughout the year to make the gala a success and hope that we can count on their support for 2013. I would like to thank everyone who has pledged their support for the future and I will be contacting them in early September to put together a plan of campaign. Results of the raffle were: First prize - £50 – Mrs G Neale; Second prize - £25 – Miss S Beevers; third prize – £10 – Miss G Paige. These prizes can be collected on presentation of the winning tickets any evening after 7.00pm by contacting the number given below. The best Dressed Window Competition was won by: First prize - The Little Sweet Shop Second prize – Castlegate DIY th

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Tickhill Town Council

At the Council meeting 24th July 2012, the Councillors accepted D.M.B.C.’s Code of Conduct and all forms relating to the Doncaster’s Register of Members’ Disclosable Pecuniary interests were returned to the Clerk completed. These were in consequence passed to the Monitoring Officer. The Council’s Standing Orders have been amended to reflect the change. I am proud to announce that Tickhill Town has been invited to become a Patron of the Victoria Cross Trust. It was a great honour for the Council to accept the invitation on behalf of Tickhill. Current Patrons are an MP for Chester, a D Day Veteran Paratrooper, a former Commanding Officer of Queens Own Rifles of Canada, a former 3 Para and Falklands Veteran and an MP for Portsmouth. There is no financial commitment and it should be an educational asset to Tickhill. D.M.B.C. has asked for tenders for a full survey of the Lime Trees on Bawtry Road. This will be carried out in August and the survey should be ready for public viewing in late September. Meanwhile, general maintenance to the trees will be carried out during the next few weeks with the removal of basal growth and stumps from previously felled trees. There are now 62 trees remaining of the 80. It is planned that the Council will hold an open day or drop in session so the future plan can be discussed. During the last week of July Tickhill Council invited the Mayor of Doncaster, Mr P. Davis to attend a meeting to discuss various outstanding issues. The main area of discussion was centred on the parking issues we have. As a consequence of this meeting, it is hoped Tickhill will have a traffic warden to impose the few parking restrictions we have, so please be aware when returning back to the drop off and pick up school schedule in September that there could be a Traffic Warden about. There were also discussions with Mayor P. Davies on the Land for sale at the side of the A1M motorway and the sale of the Public toilets by D.M.B.C. What the outcome will be we do not know. It was good to see so many members of the public at our last Council meeting, and just to remind you all there is an open session from 7.00pm to 7.15pm when members of the public can air their views and pass comments. Please do come along. Normal methods of Contacts Beth 07926 810229 or Jamie 07926 808016 for bookings YOUR COUNCILLORS ARE: Mr Raymond (Ray) L Hill

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Mr Nigel J Cannings

24 Vine Road, Tickhill DN11 9EP

Mr Derrick Hoyle

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Mrs Margaret Marrison

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Mr Stuart J Millard

You can contact the council by: Writing to: The Clerk to the Council, Address: Tel: Email:

YOUR DISTRICT COUNCILLORS ARE:

4 Pinfold Close, Tickhill DN11 9NP

Tel: 743842

38 Westfield Road, Tickhill DN11 9LB

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Mr Paul W Rigley Mr David Adgar Mr Brian Keith

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36 Meadow Drive, Tickhill , DN11 9ET

Tel: 744753

Mr Ian W Henderson

Mrs Margaret Cannings-Clough 24 Vine Road, Tickhill, Doncaster DN11 9EP 01302 745372 tickhillcouncil@gmail.com

Patricia Bartlett, Tel 01302 310575, Email patricia.bartlett@doncaster.gov.uk Bob Ford, Tel 01302 743804, Email bob.ford@doncaster.gov.uk Barbara Hoyle, Tel 01302 742676, Email Barbara.hoyle@doncaster.gov.uk YOUR LOCAL MP - CAROLINE FLINT Meteor House, First Avenue, Hayfield Lane, Auckley DN9 3GA. Tel: 01302 623330, Fax 01302 755099; Email

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Accounting LDH Accountancy 59 TCS Accountancy 55 Aerials ADI 59 Aerial & Satellite Specialists 57 Appliance Repairs Castle Domestics 59 Bathrooms & Tiles A E Spink 63 iHus 6 MJM Bathrooms 33 The Ultimate Bathroom Company 1 Beauty, Therapists, Salons & Clinics Courtyard Beauty 17 Lighthouse Laser 22 Penelope’s 10 Scandalo 7 True Reflections 22 Beef Products D Brookfield & Son 3 Careers Advice BB Careers 22 Carpets and Flooring All Floors 6 Cavlan Flooring 19 Distinctive Flooring 25 J Rust & Son 58 Phil Andrews 31 Wayne Docherty Carpets 24 Car Servicing & Repair Dave Mayes 57 Mick Jackson & Co Ltd 62 Morebrooke 50 Chiropodist & Footcare Practitioners Feet First 31 Lynne Betreen 47 Chiropractor Tickhill Chiropractic Clinic 49 Cleaning Services Doncaster & Rotherham Chem Dry 59 Hobknobs Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning 57 Samson Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning 43 Time for You 4 Computer Services Cynetix 64 Mat & Mouse IT Services 27 Country Market Tickhill Country Market 10 Country Stores Torne Valley Country Stores 5 Design & Print Life Design 13 Dog Grooming Tickhill Dog Groomers 13 Driving Instructor Glenn’s Driving School 47 Plumtree School of Motoring 43 Electrical Retailers Boylans 32

Electrical Services Bereton Electrical BMS Electrical & Security EPower Electrical Ltd P R Electrical Estate Agents & Letting Agents Footprint Properties Johnsons Estate Agents My Place Executive Travel Ex-Zec Travel Services French Polishing Ken Hempsell Funeral Services W E Pinder Garden Design & Garden Services Country Gardens Greenstripe GreenThumb Martin Daniels Paul Winfindale Viking Trees & Gardens Gas Supplies Discount Gas Health & Fitness Home Birds Styrrup Hall Health & Fitness Home Improvements & Building Advance Property Maintenance AJP Garage Doors & Loft Ladders Andy Jackson Installations Arke Property Services Discount Roofing & Building Supplies DMHI Home Inspirations Three Oak Construction Worksure Homeware & Gifts Homeworks Interior Design & Soft Furnishings Colourbox Homeworks C&S Designs The Sewing Rooms of Tickhill Ironing Pressed Express Joinery Saffron Joinery Kitchens &/or Fitted Furniture A E Spink DC Interiors Walk in Wardrobe Company Lingerie The Lingerie Boutique Locksmith & Security Services Metro Locksmiths Ltd SF Locksmith Oven Cleaning Hobknobs Oven Butler Painting & Decorating Andy White

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Ken Shirtliff Michael Jones Paul Winfindale Terry & Curtis Fletcher Paving & Resurfacing Doncaster Driveways GB Surfacing Sanmet W Marsden & Son Pet Services Nature World Scruffs and Mutts Tickhill Dog Groomers Willoughby House Boarding Cattery Pharmacy Lloyds M&R Pharmacy Photography Temporal Photography & Art Plumbing &/or Gas Services A* Plumbing & Heating Andy Bark Plumbing & Heating D Kelly James Winfrow Sanderson Plumbing & Heating Property Maintenance Work Sure Public Houses & Restaurants Styrrup Hall Golf & Country Club Travellers Rest Roofing EPG Roofing PRS Roofing & Restoration Torchmaster Roofing Schools & Colleges Hill House Sir Thomas Wharton Community College The Hayfield School Solar Energy Solar Enles Solicitors & Wills Andrew Issacs In Home Legal Jones & Co Susan Jubb Family Law Supermarket Taylors of Tickhill Taxi & Private Hire Paddys Private Hire Television Repairs Telefix Travel Wilson’s Coaches Tuition Barbara Harrison Visitor Attraction Boston Park Maize Maze Website Design Cynetix Windows, Doors, Conservatories etc MD Windows

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