Top level talks on town today
Members of Bawtry Town Council will be meeting representatives of Bawtry Retail Association today to discuss ways in which the two groups can work together to benefit the town and its economy.
Mayor George Spencer will chair the monthly town council session in the New Hall on Monday, February 11, at which he will give a report on the meeting.
Residents will also have the chance to raise issues of concern at a 15-minute question-and-answer session from 7pm.
Money raised at a charity afternoon being held at Tickhill Cricket Club this Saturday, February 9, will benefit St John’s Hospice.
The event at the Alderson Drive clubhouse from 2pm to 4pm is being held in memory of former childminder Gerry Porter and Rita Harper, the former landlady of The Royal Oak pub. Tea, coffee and cakes will be served and the bar will be open.
The Get Doncaster Walking festival continues on Saturday morning with a Doncaster Rovers Walk, starting from car park two of the Keepmoat Stadium and covering five miles followed by a free stadium tour and the opportunity to watch Rovers play Walsall for £15 an adult and £1 a child.
Misterton Primary School Parent Teachers’ Association is holding a St Valentine’s event at Misterton Sports Social Club this Saturday, February 9, from 6.45pm. Entry is free and there will be live music, competitions, bingo and food.
The Spirit of Smokie will be playing all the band’s big hits when they appear at Doncaster Civic Theatre tomorrow evening at 7.30pm. They have played to sell-out crowds in Europe and Asia and fans can look forward to Living Next Door to Alice and Don’t Play Your Rock’n’Roll To Me.
Time for tea
Doncaster Mansion House hosts another Afternoon Tea event this Friday, February 8, from 12noon to 4pm. To make a booking call Paolo Marelli on 01302 734 032.
Doncaster Campaign for Real Ale members will be heading to The Corner Pin in St Sepulchre Gate West on Saturday for a social evening at the pub’s beer festival, which runs from Thursday to Sunday.