Free COVID-19 test kits are available to workplaces whose staff who cannot work at home
Workplaces in Rotherham with 50 or more employees will have until 31 March 2021 to register their interest in workplace testing for staff.
Plan Ahead For Schools Reopening
Transport bosses in South Yorkshire are urging pupils to plan ahead before returning to school and college next week.
Plans for more new open spaces in Rotherham Town Centre
Residents are invited to view and comment on plans to transform the look of College Street via an online information event this week.
Rotherham LGBT+ community encouraged to consider fostering
As part of LGBT+ Adoption & Fostering Week, (1 - 7 March), Rotherham Council is urging the local LGBT+ community to consider fostering or adoption and make a difference to the lives of local children.
Rotherham residents urged to #GetRidReyt
Rotherham Council is urging residents across the borough to make sure they dispose of any excess rubbish in the correct way and #GetRidReyt.
Extra funding available for Rotherham’s Unsung Heroes
More funding is being made available for those in Rotherham who care for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.
Council to help Rotherham residents cut fuel bills and improve energy efficiency
A new Council scheme will help people switch to a better tariff, improve their home’s energy efficiency and claim grants to reduce fuel use and costs.
Clifton Park Youth Culture Exhibition
For the first time ever Clifton Park Museum will be co-producing an exciting exhibition led by the Young Curators Group.
Local elections in Rotherham set to go ahead
The government has confirmed that local elections will take place as scheduled in Rotherham in May this year.
New fund aims to reinvigorate towns and villages
A new £4million Towns and Villages Improvement Fund aims to help reinvigorate town and village centres across the Rotherham borough.