FOUR members of staff from Doncaster Council's Children and Young People's Service have successfully completed social work qualifications.
The two year study programme, aimed at graduates, helps people who are new to the profession to achieve a Masters in Social Work.
The programme is organised through the council's Graduate Trainee Social Work Scheme.
The applicants must demonstrate a passion for and commitment to working with children and families.
On successful completion of the course, the candidates are offered a social work post in a team of social workers who look after children and their families.
organist and choirmaster John Marsden has organised a new series of Sunday lunches at his home in Sunderland Street, Tickhill, this Spring to raise money for the fabric fund at St Mary's Church.
historian Richard Bell was giving a talk at Doncaster Library today on the lost wonder of The Sand House near Hyde Park, following the recent publication of a book on the subject.
Town in focus
STAFF at Doncaster Archives in King Edward Road, Balby, are putting on an exhibition of rarely seen images on Thursday from 2pm to 5pm entitled A Snapshot of Doncaster.
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