Don area - Down Your Way w/c February 3, 2011

CONISBROUGH

MEDIUMSHIP night for charity takes place at Cromwells Pub tonight (Thursday) at 7pm with Earnie, Val and Tracey. For additional information contact Christine.

Christine’s nearly new sale takes place on Friday, February 18 from 10am-noon. Proceeds go to The Place community centre.

THE next PACT (Partners and Communities Together) meeting with police from Conisbrough Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) will be held at 2pm on Tuesday (February 8) at Harrogate Drive Community Centre, Denaby.

RAWMARSH

COMEDIANS, contortionists, magicians, dancers and any other entertainers are wanted for a Hollywood style Talent Night for ‘fallen hero’ James Leverett’s regiment the Royal Dragoon Guards. It will take place on February 12 at the Star Inn on Rawmarsh Hill. A children’s competition will run from noon to 4pm with food, drinks and face-painting. Entry costs £2 but free goody bags will be distributed. From 7pm until late the adults can strut their stuff and there will be a trophy presentation to the best act. Entry forms can be picked up now from the pub, with entry fee £5. There will be half price shots, food and drink and a raffle as extras on the night. Sharon Leverett and friends will perform a dance routine and Star staff have their own act under wraps. A rendition of The Full Monty is also promised. Among the panel of star judges will be special guest Roy Clubby Brown. Contact the Star for more details.

DENABY

HARROGATE Drive Community Centre holds a coffee morning every Tuesday and Friday from 10am-noon, and table games session with bingo, cards and dominoes every Wednesday from 1.30-4pm.

RAVEMSCAR Close Neighbourhood Watch meets on the last Tuesday of every month.

COFFEE mornings start up again at All Saint’s Church from this Wednesday after the Christmas break. Stalls include Nearly-new goods, jewellery, bric-a-brac, shoes and books. Runs from 10-11.30am.

*COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF DISTRICT NEWS FROM DOWN YOUR WAY CAN BE SEEN IN THIS WEEK’S SOUTH YORKSHIRE TIMES.