NEWS IN BRIEF: Discover secrets of the world of bats

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A BAT expert will introduce visitors to the nocturnal residents of Creswell Crags tomorrow with a walk around the Ice Age caves from 7.30pm as the bats come out to feed.

The event will be introduced by a talk about their habitat and conservation needs. Visitors are advised to wear sensible footwear and bring torches. Admission £5.

Ready to rumble?

BELLHOUSE Working Men’s Club in Sheffield is the stage for wrestling this Thursday. Woodthorpe’s own ‘Shooting Star’ Kris Travis takes on ‘Dynamite’ Pete Dunne from Birmingham, while ‘Dastardly’ Damien Brown faces masked sensation Kid Lyckos. Tickets £8, £6, £25 for families. Doors open 7pm.

Waterways walk

SUPPORTERS of a drive to revamp Chesterfield Canal are organising a special stroll through Killamarsh to see the original line of the waterway on May 9. Old photographs will also be shown at the meeting, which starts at 7.30pm in Nether Green Working Men’s Club, Sheffield Road, Killamarsh.

New chief named

BARNSLEY Council has chosen a new chief executive to replace Phil Coppard, who left last year. Diana Terris, the chief executive of Warrington Borough Council for the past five years, is set to be approved for the post at a council meeting this week.

Ballet is magical

FAIRYTALE Cinderella is being brought to life through ballet in Barnsley. European Ballet is performing at The Dearne Playhouse, Goldthorpe, on May 15. Tickets £14, concessions £12, available by calling 01709 894 128.