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FAMILY


Celebrating 25 years


the same time, helping to engage more children across Yorkshire.


More space means the Grimm team can also work on their plans to open up their story centre to more people in the community, from tiny sproglets to the more ancient. They are also keen to launch a wizarding school for those who possess supernatural powers.


The magical gift shop and beanstalk slide will be transported to the new site and the offering for human families will be expanded by the opening of an independent bookstore and a café, The Book and Broomstick, which will cater for both magical and mortal beings.


But these plans can’t be created at the flick of a wand; the building needs to be sensitively transformed to preserve its history and heritage. Grimm & Co. are currently working with


architects, Halliday and Clarke, to add a first floor, lifts, and create a large performance space. The roof also needs extensive repairs before any interior development can take place.


The plans are astounding and a stupendous achievement for Rotherham, but Graham and his team need all the help they can get if their fairytale is to become reality.


This festive season, you can help by visiting the current magical store or shopping on the World Wide Wonder Web to stock up on your potion ingredients. You can find eternal ugliness bath crystals, human phlegm soap and even a giant belly button cleaner.


For more information about Grimm & Co. or to visit the online shop, see their website www.grimmandco.co.uk


Rotherham’s University of the Third Age were proud to mark their 25th anniversary in October with a celebratory lunch at Aston Hall Hotel. On the day, 120 U3A members gathered to commemorate the continued success of the initiative which delivers self-directed hobby groups and activity classes for those over 55 and no longer in full-time employment. To reminisce about their 60s heydays, there was a quiz plus an illustrated presentation by members of the Sheffield U3A and Sheffield University project team.


The event was finished with the cutting of a special cake with a closing speech by their new Chair, Lesley White.


Put the spark back into your life with the South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire branch of


RUN BY MEMBERS, FOR MEMBERS


Friendships don’t start in empty rooms - the more people you meet, the more the magic happens


Join like-minded people of all ages in getting more out of life with our varied activity programme


• Coffee mornings • Games and quizzes • Shopping trips • Meals out


• Day trips and excursions • Social events and parties


Whether you are bereaved, want to meet new people or simply get out more, at Oddfellows, friendship is at the heart of what we do


We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds For younger members, we also offer Educational and Apprentice Awards


Friendship has no age limit


All of this and more for just £25 annual membership


Did you know we also offer optional convalescence and care benefits for our members?


For an extra £10 a year, you could claim up to £30 towards optical and dental treatments along with benevolence grants and care schemes in times of hardship or ill health


“Loneliness is prevalent and we want to help the community not to feel so isolated. A lot of people don’t know we’re here which is a shame because we have lots to offer. Our last outing attracted 10 new faces, a lot of them were on their own, they had plucked up the courage to come and they all really enjoyed it.”


Lesley Walton, Branch Secretary


To find out more please call Lesley on 01709 838673 or email lesley.walton@oddfellows.co.uk Or call into our office: 40 WESTGATE, ROTHERHAM S60 1AS LOOK OUT FOR OUR 2020 EVENTS PROGRAMME ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE


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