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Doncaster Voices: St Valentine’s love for our Doncaster region

Welcome to your Doncaster Voices forum. If you want to get involved, submit 150 words, name, title & photo to barbara.craythorn@jpress.co.uk and your views may appear next week when the subject is “ How important is Doncaster racecourse to the local economy?

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The Dome Leisure Centre, Doncaster. Picture: Marie Caley NDFP Stock Doncaster MC 5

Doncaster Voices: What are your Dome highlights during three decades?

Welcome to your Doncaster Voices forum. If you want to get involved, submit 150 words, name, title & photo to barbara.craythorn@jpress.co.uk and your views may appear next week when the St Valentine subject is “What do you love most about Doncaster region?”

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Tour of Britain visitors spent £3m

Figures from Tour of Britain race organisers reveal that visitors spent £2,975,000 in our area when North Lincolnshire hosted a stage of the race in September last year.

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Eat whole foods to boost your immune system

HEALTH: How to stay well in winter

Winter is often the time that people tend to suffer with cold and flu symptoms, making life feel pretty miserable.

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OBITUARY: Pioneer of skiing in Sheffield passes away

A lover of the great outdoors and adventure, a Sheffield pioneer of skiing has sadly psased away.

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COLUMNIST: The politics of a changing climate

COLUMNIST: The politics of a changing climate

It’s not hard to understand why only ten to 15 per cent of people contact their MP each year.

Environment

In pictures: your photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon

An extremely rare lunar event called the “super blue blood Moon” has dazzled astronomers and skywatchers around the world.

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Trevor Mason

New appointment to St Leger Homes board in Doncaster

Local housing provider St Leger Homes of Doncaster is pleased to announce that it has appointed Trevor Mason as a new independent member of its board.

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Lyndsey Parry, deputy centre manager, and David Avery, cleaning supervisor

Recycling on the up as Doncaster Lakeside Village improves its green credentials

Recycling at Doncaster’s Lakeside Village was up by 20 percent in 2017 and the retail outlet is looking to further improve its green credentials in 2018.

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Professor Vanessa Toulmin.

NORTHERN LIGHTS: How much further do we have to go to for equal rights for women?

February 6 marks the centenary of The Representation of the People Act being passed through the Houses of Parliament and receiving Royal assent.

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Doncaster Voices: How can Doncaster area become fitter, not fatter?

Doncaster Voices: How can Doncaster area become fitter, not fatter?

Welcome to your Doncaster Voices. If you want to get involved, submit 150 words, name, title & photo to barbara.craythorn@jpress.co.uk and your views may appear next week when the subject is “What are your Dome highlights over almost three decades? ”

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Doncaster schoolboy becomes golf champion

A Doncaster schoolboy has gone a ‘fair way’ in the world of golf.

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Doncaster groups to share £20 million of funding from the Co-op

Community groups in Doncaster are set to share a £20 million funding boost from the Co-op.

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Student Lewis. (AntonyoxleyPhotography)

Hotel help to boost enterprise at Communication Specialist College Doncaster

From fundraising to supporting enterprise Mount Pleasant Hotel have been a great partner to Doncaster Deaf Trust and Communication Specialist College Doncaster (CSCD) for almost two years.

Education
Dr Alan Billings

COLUMNIST: Refuge for women in abusive relationships

Some years ago, when I was a vicar in the Lake District, I chaired a small committee that ran a women’s hostel in a big Victorian villa.

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Sheffield Hospitals named in the top three for healthier meals

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has been named as a top three NHS Trust excelling in healthy catering in the first ever catering for a healthier hospital top ten by Health Business magazine.

Health
Melinda Pagden who is offering staff massages for donations

Midwives’ massages to raise cash for Sheffield birthing pool appeal

Two midwives who have supported hundreds of women with their labour and births have been offering relaxing massages to staff in a bid to raise money for a major Sheffield Hospitals Charity appeal.

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Gina Shergold and her daughter Esm�e

Widow launches new better living business after family trauma

Is 2018 going pretty much the same way as 2017 ended?

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GALLERY: Music to Remember in Sheffield

Nicola Garnett of Woodhouse and District Community Forum organised a trial “Music to Remember” event at the Salvation Army Hall, Woodhouse.

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The sky is the limit for Emma Marshall

Emma gives something back to life-saving Doncaster rape and sexual abuse charity

For a daredevil Doncaster teen, the sky is the limit as she takes on the challenge of a lifetime, raising money for a charity that saved her life.

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