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Rambling - Your Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster - w/c Saturday, April 29, 2017

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Out and About
In the Saddle: For the love of an Appaloosa

In the Saddle: For the love of an Appaloosa

Since getting my baby Appaloosa foal last year, I've joined the British Appaloosa Society, with whom my spotty boy is registered with and it appears I'm not the only one dotty over my spotty.

News
Column: Thinking about buying a dog?

Column: Thinking about buying a dog?

Puppies are cute bundles of fluff and once you’ve seen that cute ‘pick me’ look there’s no going home without one. It’s easy to fall in love with a dog. They bring us joy, companionship and stress relief, although they bring stress too.

News
Before every bank holiday we try and raise local awareness of the health services that are available in Doncaster if you need help at short notice. These are called unplanned care services.

Column: Bank holiday health services on offer

Before every bank holiday we try and raise local awareness of the health services that are available in Doncaster if you need help at short notice.

News
Column: Millennials need to get to grips with basics

Column: Millennials need to get to grips with basics

A survey has revealed that a shocking one in five people don’t know how to boil an egg. A poll of over 2,000 adults revealed that many struggle with basic tasks, including how to change a light bulb.

News
Pubs and Clubs Guide: Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

Pubs and Clubs Guide: Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

Do you have an event you’d like to see in our Pubs and Clubs guide? Email the details to whats.on@sheffieldnewspapers.co.uk

Gigs and Music
Daffodils at Haddon

Gardening: Beautiful blooms display

The gardens at Haddon Hall have opened to the public and it’s been nonstop weeding.

Gardening
Antiques Column: The Georgians loved their desserts

Antiques Column: The Georgians loved their desserts

Within the field of glass collecting, drinking glasses have always commanded the greatest interest from enthusiasts, but there is a whole sphere of glass production which is equally as exciting and readily available to the collector.

Retro
Christine Walkden. Picture: HOWARD WALKER � IPC MEDIA

Get your green fingers ready for the Garden Lovers Fayre in South Yorkshire

Rotherham town centre will host an inspirational and informative gardening experience this spring.

Gardening

READER OFFER: Save up to HALF PRICE on Flamingo Land family tickets

Yorkshire's Flamingo Land is a wild family fun day out and it just got better - we have an amazing reader offer to save you up to HALF PRICE on family tickets!
Whats on 2
Gardening: Five of the best hanging baskets

Gardening: Five of the best hanging baskets

We look at 5 impressive hanging baskets for spring and summer....
Gardening
(l-r) Yanina Koszalinski, Patrick Meleady and Fran Belbin, of Pitsmoor Adventure Playground. Picture: Andrew Roe

Column: Cuts hit poorest the hardest

The Association of Play Industries, here in the UK, has found that there 214 playgrounds have been closed since April 2014, with a further 234 planned for closure by the end of 2018, due to Central Government cuts being enforced in local areas.

News
Ambar 4. Ambar Restaurant 740 Ecclesall Road. Kumar Dasgupta with the specials board.

Indian restaurant in Sheffield off the menu after 24 years

“It’s been a nice long journey for me, and I will treasure it always,” said Kumar Dasgupta, reflecting on the decision to close his Indian restaurant Ambar after nearly 25 years on Ecclesall Road.

News
How a former lawyer, businessman and soldier left a legacy of language in Sheffield

How a former lawyer, businessman and soldier left a legacy of language in Sheffield

Modern foreign languages have been studied at university level in Sheffield for more than a century.

Education
Listings: Health & Fitness

Listings: Health & Fitness

April 20 - April 27 2017

Out and About

strip clubs have no place here

In the Star Editorial on April 12 you asked whether Sheffield should clear out the sex industry with specific regard to strip joints.

News
Councillor Steve Wilson, Sheffield Council's 'cycling champion', pictured. Picture: Marie Caley NSST Wilson MC 3

Star Interview with Richard Blackledge: ‘Cycling can be for everyone in Sheffield’

“I can remember what this used to be like,” says Steve Wilson, pushing his bike along Portobello on Sheffield University’s campus, a street remodelled as a sanctuary for cyclists and pedestrians.

Features
Finding a new home for Bambam

RSPCA Sheffield asks: Can you give Bam Bam a loving home?

A big dog with a big heart at RSPCA Sheffield is seeking a new home.

Lifestyle
Inventor of the dwiss Jon Walker

Space saving dwiss on sale after 10-year refinement

An eco-friendly space-saving device has been launched by Sheffield-based designer Jon Walker after more than 10 years of product design.

Lifestyle
The team at community radio station, Penistone FM, have received a �3,000 grant for recording equipment for its oral history project

Penistone FM cash boost for oral history broadcasts

A local radio station’s year-long oral history project has been given a boost thanks to a community benefits fund donation from a renewable energy firm.

Lifestyle
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