the RSPCA charity shop at Rossington, Doncaster, is desperate for donations of unwanted clothing to boost funds for the animal shelter near Bawtry.
Staff are hoping donors will drop goods off at the Queen Mary’s Road shop but they can also collect. Call the shop on 01302 867082 or the centre on 01302 719790 to arrange.
A BED and breakfast could be opened up in a village famous for its links with the Pilgrim Fathers, who founded America.
A planning application has been submitted to Doncaster Council asking for the go-ahead to convert two barns at Home Far, on High Street in Autsrefield, into tourist accommodation.
Public consultation over the scheme is due to end on February 15.
Make a lantern
doncaster Museum and Art Gallery is putting on two sessions of lantern making for children on Saturday, to mark the Chinese New Year. They are from 10.30am to noon and 1pm to 2.30pm and the cost is 50p per child.
Open the box
the Leader Brothers will be talking to Stainforth and District Local History Society members about Mystery Boxes when they meet in Stainforth Methodist Church on Thursday at 7pm.
Non-members are also welcome at the event.
doncaster Campaign for Real Ale members are planning a social evening in Barnby Dun on Saturday.
They are planning to head to The White Hart and The Olive Tree in the village for drinks and a meal.
Having a laugh
the Dome Comedy Club is back for the first gig of the year on Friday.
The evening will see performances by comedians Dan Antopolski and Domestic Goddi, starting at 8pm. Tickets are £12.
Deputy Civic Mayor Eva Hughes has been invited to spend Thursday evening at the Doncaster Astronomical Society observatory in Austerfield.