Don area - Down Your Way w/c May 26, 2011

RAWMARSH

RAWMARSH man Anthony Lound, 45, and his brother-in-law Kevin Mundy are to attempt a sponsored Lyke Wake Walk in July, in support of the Royal Dragoons.

To sponsor Anthony, the grandfather of soldier James Leverett’s baby son James, access the Just Giving website, enter the ‘sponsor a friend’ section and click on Anthony’s name.

PARKGATE-based Steps Productions will perform Annie Warbucks (the sequel to the original orphan Annie) at Rotherham Civic Theatre from July 18-20.

SWINTON

A BIBLE Study and prayer meeting will be held at Bethany Evangelical Church tonight, Thursday, at 7.30pm. A Knit and Natter session is tomorrow, Friday, in the church from 1-3pm. People are invited to come along and help knit hats and scarves for the Christmas shoeboxes. Wool and patterns are provided but bringing your own needles will help. There is no ‘Toddlers’ session on Wednesday because of the school holidays. The next session will be on Wednesday, June 8, at 9.45am. The next coffee morning is on Thursday, June 2, at 10.30am.

OPEN house at St John’s Methodist Church on Wednesday from 10am to 2.30pm. A coffee morning and book corner will be held on Saturday from 10am to noon. TNT youth club meets on Sunday from 8-9pm. Keep fit class on Tuesday from 10-11am. The United Christian Choir will hold a concert at the choir on Saturday, June 18, from 7pm. Tikcets are £5, children accompanied by an adult go free, available from the church.

DENABY

ALL Saints Church holds a weekly coffee morning on Wednesdays from 9am with table-top sales and refreshments available.

THE next PACT meeting with police takes place at the Harrogate Drive Centre on June 7 at 2pm.

EX-DENABY amateur photographer Paul Booker currently has a displ ay of photos of Denaby Main at the Community Gallery at Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery. It features 30 large prints which Paul took in the 1970s during the mass demolitions. The exhibition runs until June 18.

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