Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust – RDaSH – will hold its annual members’ meeting and awards ceremony at 4pm on Tuesday at the Warde Aldam Centre, Doncaster Deaf Trust, Leger Way, Doncaster.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the AMM, which will be followed by RDaSH chairman Madeleine Keyworth presenting staff with special awards for outstanding achievements over the past year.
Doncaster business owners taking a punt on the St Leger races this week should think carefully about how they account for any big winnings, according to specialists in Grant Thornton’s tax investigations team. They say people should retain proof that an unusual deposit into a bank account arose as a result of a gambling win so HM Revenue & Customs can’t claim it came out of the business and tax it.
the South Yorkshire Police helicopter helped round up a horse which was running loose near to junction 6 of the M18 near Thorne. Officers managed to catch the horse and take it back to the field from where it had escaped and asked the owner to ensure the fencing was made secure.
the Tickhill branch of the Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association will be on the right track tomorrow evening when the guest speaker at their meeting in the Methodist Schoolroom will be railway expert Stephen Gay, with his talk Scenic Britain by Train – Walking the Line.
the next meeting of the Bessacarr and Cantley Community Forum takes place next Wednesday at 1.30pm in the cafe at St Francis Church, Nostell Place, when a council officer will talk about the Civic and Cultural Quarter.
members of Bawtry Methodist Church celebrate Harvest Festival on Sunday, with services at 10.30am and 6.30pm, followed by Harvest Supper on Monday evening.