Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

Pupils celebrate A Levels results in Rotherham

The wait is over for hundreds of pupils in Rotherham today who find out how they performed in their A levels, as schools top last year’s performances.

15 August 2019


Views sought over changes to A630 Parkway

Residents are being invited to view plans to improve the A630 Parkway, at a public engagement event to take place on Wednesday 21 August.

14 August 2019


Investment in the future

An ambitious proposal to bring more events to Rotherham has been successful through funding from Arts Council England.

14 August 2019


Council leader backs calls for fairer public health funding

Rotherham Council’s Leader has joined forces with over a third of upper tier council leaders across England to back Cancer Research UK’s call for the new Government to increase public health funding.

14 August 2019


Rotherham Interchange refurbishment sees rise in customer satisfaction

Rotherham Interchange customers have reported a rise in satisfaction rates, following the site’s £12million refurbishment scheme.

12 August 2019


Council says it with flowers for 40,000th subscriber to the brown bin scheme

Rotherham Council celebrated the 40,000th subscription to its garden waste service by presenting a rose bush to two of its youngest gardeners.

12 August 2019


A Beauty of a cast for the Rotherham Civic Theatre panto

Rotherham Civic Theatre is delighted to announce their full line-up for the magical family friendly pantomime Sleeping Beauty.

7 August 2019


Major works to upgrade College Road roundabout expected soon

Drivers will need to be prepared for disruption before benefiting from the major changes taking place this summer at the College Road roundabout.

31 July 2019


Children get the composting bug

Hundreds of school children across South Yorkshire have taken part in a competition to learn about and promote the benefits of composting.

26 July 2019


Ceremonial plaque on first council house installed

Council leaders have unveiled a plaque to commemorate the first ever council home in the borough.

24 July 2019


Don’t lose your right to vote

Residents are being urged not to lose their right to vote as the annual electoral canvass begins.

23 July 2019


Public Consultation on Selective Licensing

A public consultation is currently taking place on proposals to renew Selective Licensing in parts of the existing areas and to designate a new area in Little London in Maltby.

23 July 2019


Celebrations begin as Council marks 100 hundred years of council housing

The Tenants’ Open Day, an annual event, this year became even more important as the Council marked one hundred years of council housing in the borough, and across the country.

23 July 2019


Work on Rotherham’s Waverley Junior Academy starts with official soil-cutting ceremony

Work to build Rotherham’s newest junior school is now officially underway after a soil-cutting ceremony took place in Waverley.

22 July 2019


Advice for residents as heatwave looms

Rotherham residents are being urged to prepare for a heatwave which is due over the coming days, according to Met Office forecasts.

22 July 2019


Work starts on major speculative industrial development at former Colliery site

Further work is being undertaken at the former Dinnington Colliery site in Rotherham as Trebor Developments starts on its major speculative industrial development.

18 July 2019


Rotherham launches Children's University

The South Yorkshire Children's University has achieved its first milestone with the official launch of the Rotherham Children's University.

18 July 2019


Rotherham Council’s response to the launch of SCR’s Integrated Rail Plan

Rotherham Council’s response to the launch of Sheffield City Region’s Integrated Rail Plan.

18 July 2019


Sports charity serves up free tennis sessions

With the nation gripped by Wimbledon, national sports charity ‘Tennis For Free’ has served up an ace for Rotherham by investing in a programme of free tennis sessions at Clifton Park.

11 July 2019


New body set up to give allotment holders more say in running sites

Allotment holders will have more say in Council allotment sites as a new body is set up to oversee how they are run.

10 July 2019

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