Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) Rotherham Town Centre and Clifton Park

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Rotherham Council is regenerating Rotherham town centre, making it an attractive place for people to visit and do business.

20 July 2017


Messy fun at the Museum

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Little ones can get their hands dirty at a special “messy play” session at Clifton Park Museum on Tuesday 25 July.

20 July 2017


Clifton Park is flying the flag as one of the UK’s very best green spaces

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Clifton Park has this week been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the world.

19 July 2017


Celebrating Yorkshire Day with tea and dance

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Waltz on down to Rotherham’s outdoor market where you can celebrate Yorkshire Day with lots of tea and dancing, on Monday 31 July.

19 July 2017


Teenagers celebrate discounted bus fares

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A group of intrepid teenagers are celebrating after working with a bus partnership to secure discounted fares over the summer across Rotherham and beyond.

19 July 2017


Another step in the right direction as ‘Temporary’ work starts on Pedestrian Bridge

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Visitors to Rotherham will see progress being made around Forge Island this month as work continues to prepare it for development.

19 July 2017


Work set to begin on town centre improvements

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Cyclists and pedestrians will see improvements in Rotherham town centre after the Council successfully obtained funding to improve access.

19 July 2017


Secretary of State plans return of more powers to Rotherham

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Rotherham Council has welcomed the proposed return of more powers by the Government, a move which would bring all functions aside from children's social care back under Council democratic control.

18 July 2017


HS2 route announcement

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Cllr Chris Read, Leader of Rotherham Council, said: “The government and HS2 have made the wrong decision today.

17 July 2017


Innovative Rotherham project shortlisted for national award

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An innovative project which uses exercise to help Rotherham people manage long-term health conditions has been short-listed for a prestigious national award.

13 July 2017


Votes at 16 motion backed by Full Council

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Council leaders in Rotherham have backed a motion to lower the voting age to 16, following a plea from local teenagers.

12 July 2017


Lots of family fun during summer holidays

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There are lots of “roar-some” family fun activities for children during the summer holidays at Clifton Park Museum and Boston Castle.

12 July 2017


Teenagers showing the love for where they live!

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Rotherham teenagers Felicity and Lawrence Eady have been getting behind the Council’s Love Where You Live campaign as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award programme.

12 July 2017


Grab a slice of family fun this summer

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Rotherham Town Centre and Clifton Park will be hosting entertainment and activities this July and August with six days of free family fun.

12 July 2017


We should be able to vote aged 16, say Youth Cabinet

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Council leaders in Rotherham are being urged to back plans to lower the voting age to 16, following a plea from local teenagers

11 July 2017


Rotherham's aim to become "child friendly"

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Rotherham is asking children and young people to help them make the town and surrounding borough "child friendly".

11 July 2017


Show your park you love it!

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Rotherham is looking forward to celebrating its parks and the role they play in the lives of thousands of local people in ‘Love Parks Week’ which runs from 14 to 23 July 2017.

10 July 2017


Public open day to celebrate Shiloh's 25th anniversary and move to new premises

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Shiloh Rotherham has recently moved into their specially converted new home on Station Road and will host an open day inviting the public to come and take a tour of the new facilities.

7 July 2017


Road closure for improvement works

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Motorists are being advised that the B6089 Packman Road between Upper Haugh and Brampton Bierlow will be closed later this month for essential repairs and maintenance work.

6 July 2017


Smoking declining in Rotherham but more can be done

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More people are quitting smoking in Rotherham than elsewhere in Yorkshire and the Humber, a decade since the smoke free ban came in to force.

5 July 2017

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