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NEWS IN BRIEF:

Children’s clothes shop wins award

The winner of the annual Best Dressed Christmas Window competition, organised by Tickhill Town Council, is the Petit Enfants childrenswear shop on Castlegate.

Mayor Raymond Hill presented a trophy and judge Sylvia Taylor gave highly commended awards to Castlegate DIY and Tickhill Fish Bar.

Jane’s reward

Misterton Parish Council’s Citizen of the Year, Jane Moffett, who helped to raise thousands of pounds for the restoration of the All Saints’ Church roof, was the guest of honour at the switching-on of the area’s

Christmas lights.

Parking concern

Liberal Democrat councillors in the Bessacarr and Cantley ward have asked police for a crackdown on inconsiderate parking on Ellers Avenue by parents dropping off and collecting children from Bessacarr Primary School.

Time to talk

Mayor George Spencer is inviting residents to have their say during a 15-minute session at the start of tonight’s meeting of Bawtry Town Council in the New Hall at 7pm.

Party time

Intake Youth Club stages a Christmas party on Thursday at Intake Library from 4.30pm with a disco, games and buffet. Admission is £1 for adults and 50p for children.

Festive songs

Barnburgh Male Voice Choir performs on Thursday at Pastures Lodge, Mexborough, from 7.30pm.

 

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