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Appeal to fishermen to help with enquiry
Police are seeking to trace two fishermen who may have been fishing near Claywheels Lane in Sheffield on Tuesday 17 December last year. The fishermen, described as being regular fly fishers at the site, are said to be between 40 and 50 years old and from the Penistone area. The men in question are urged to call South Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 299 of Wednesday 2 April 2014.


08
Apr
Hop along for an egg-citing Easter hunt! E-mail
Local News

The beautiful Herringthorpe Valley Park is set to bring Easter to life with an egg-celent event for kids!

Pull on your best pair of rabbit ears for the traditional, free event on Wednesday April 16 between 1.00 pm and 2.30 pm, which has been organised in conjunction with the Friends of Herringthorpe Valley Park.

Collect your free answer sheet from the pavilion and let the fun begin. Keep an eye out for clues, there are questions to answer and eggs to be won!

Cabinet Member for Culture and Tourism, Councillor Amy Rushforth, said: "The Easter activities the Council’s Green Spaces staff are always very popular and help to bring back a few traditional activities associated with the season. And chocolate.

"Both Herringthorpe Valley and Coronation parks are



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08
Apr
More than 400 arrested during crime clampdown in Rotherham E-mail
Local News
A six-month operation to cut crime in Rotherham has been declared “extremely successful”, with around £3m of cannabis seized and more than 400 people arrested.

Operation Canberra focused on offences including burglary and vehicle crime, but also involved the recovery of drugs and other items such as stolen vehicles and property.

During the course of the operation, stolen property worth more than £380,000 was seized, including electrical items, bikes, jewellery, fishing tackle and computers. In addition to this, cannabis to the value of £3m were recovered from an address in Hellaby and heroin with a street value of £7000 was also seized.

More than 20 stolen vehicles, including a high-value VW Golf and a Mercedes, were also recovered by South Yorkshire Police. Rotherham district commander, Chief Superintendent Jason Harwin, said: “Rotherham has had a very challenging 12 months in terms of serious and volume crime.

“The results are testimony to the district and

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08
Apr
Connecting Cortonwood and Gypsy Marsh E-mail
Dearne News
A new route for the Trans Pennine Trail connecting Cortonwood and Gypsy Marsh that will provide safer access for users will be officially opened on Tuesday, 8 April at 10am.

For many years users of the Trans Pennine Trail had difficulty crossing over the Cortonwood retail park entrance road at busy times.

Barnsley Council and the Trans Pennine Trail National team have been working to resolve this issue within the landscape and financial restrictions available.

Mayor of Barnsley Councillor Ken Richardson will officially open the new TPT alignment, which avoids the Cortonwood road crossing by going beneath Dearne Valley Parkway, then through the trees between the disused canal and main road, crossing over the Wombwell bypass via a new pegasus crossing and

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08
Apr
Tudor Day at Clifton Park Museum E-mail
Local News

Curious kids can get the chance to sample life from the past this month and find out what life was like in Tudor times.

A very special Tudor Day at Clifton Park Museum is set to keep the kids entertained with historically-themed craft activities on Tuesday April 15 between 11am and 3pm.

Children can dress up in authentic costumes and fully experience life in this era, visit the Tudor market stall and view replica artefacts from this exciting period.

Cabinet Member for Culture and Tourism, Councillor Amy Rushforth, said: "The events at Clifton Park Museum are always first class and this one in particular sounds fascinating.

"The Museum staff’s enthusiasm and personalities really shine through during these events, making them as educational as they are



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08
Apr
Police name Barnsley murder victim E-mail
Latest News
Police can confirm the identity of the 75-year-old woman who was found dead at a property on Birkwood Avenue in Cudworth on Wednesday evening as Mrs Doreen Walker.

Emergency services were called to the address at about 5.35pm on Wednesday, 2 April, where Mrs Walker’s body was found.

A post-mortem examination revealed she died of multiple injuries.

Liam Naylor, 23, of Junction Street, Barnsley, appeared at Barnsley Magistrates’ Court this morning (Saturday, 5 April) charged with murder and has been remanded until his next court date at Sheffield Crown Court on Thursday, 17 April.

A 17-year-old girl also arrested has been bailed pending further police enquiries.

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