During the summer the Timebuilders Community café has been ran outside in Ferham Park as ‘Picnic in the Park’.
This was to further engage families and young people who would not necessarily come into a church through either personal or physical barriers.
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Local East Herringthorpe resident, Natalie approached Community Organiser Penny Thompson after a concern of the amount of rubbish thrown on the streets.
Natalie and Penny discussed potential solutions to the waste on the streets and Natalie was passionate about ‘doing something to help her own community’. Penny suggested she attend Community Organiser training in order to equip her with the skills and knowledge when working with the community.
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A group of residents have worked to form a committee and the group ‘Swinburne Social Club’
Over the last year Rotherham Federation has supported a group of residents to come together to tackle the issues and social isolation they were facing in their own community, during the last 5 months the residents have been working to put everything needed in place such as their constitution, a bank account and starting to raise funds.
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By Penny Thompson, Community Organiser
Local residents hosted an event to promote family fun and raise money for charities.
The Easter Extravaganza was held on 20th April at East Herringthorpe social club by sisters Paula Allen, Toni Connell and Elle-Mae Spittle. East Herringthorpe Social Club kindly provided the room for the event free of charge.
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By Ian Huddleston, Community Organiser
Community organiser Ian Huddleston received feedback whilst speaking to Dinnington residents that the bus route to Rotherham Town Centre had been changed, it no longer went through High Nook Road.
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