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12
Jan
Teen seriously injured in Barnsley fail to stop E-mail
Yorkshire News
A 16-year-old girl is in hospital with serious injuries following a road traffic collision last night (Sunday, 11 January) on Huddersfield Road.

The car did not stop at the scene and police are urging anyone who may have witnessed the incident, or who may have been in the area between 9.45pm and 10.15pm, to please come forward.

At approximately 9.50pm, the girl is believed to have been crossing Huddersfield Road when she was in collision with a dark coloured car travelling along the road, away from town towards Barugh Green, close to the junction with Queens Drive.

The girl is now in a stable condition in hospital, however her injuries were assessed as life threatening when she was first taken in.

Anyone with information is asked to call the police on 101, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, quoting incident number 860 of 11 January 2015.

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12
Jan
Lifestyle survey 2014 E-mail
Local News

Once again participation rates in the annual Rotherham Secondary School Lifestyle Survey 2014 rose from previous years with a total of 4,123 pupils out of a possible 6,527 taking part from 16 secondary schools and three pupil referral units. This equates to a participation rate of 63 per cent, compared to 55 per cent last year.

The survey, which aims to capture the views and opinions of young people in Years 7 and 10, asks questions on a wide range of subjects ranging from food and drink to sexual health.

It reveals how important subjects such as bullying, smoking and the use of drugs are viewed among Rotherham's young people.

For example, there was a drop of ten per cent - down from 38 to 28 - in the number of pupils who said they had been bullied. In addition, of those who said they had been bullied,  58 per cent said they


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12
Jan
Get fit for 2015! E-mail
Local News

Rotherham families are being urged to come along and find out more about a healthier lifestyle as part of Obesity Awareness Week.

During National Obesity Awareness Week (12 – 18 January), families will be able to access free swimming passes when booking a health check at Rotherham Leisure Complex.

There will also be a free open day on Saturday 17 January, 9.30 am-12.30 pm, where families can try fun sports and games and speak to nutrition and exercise specialists at the health information stands.

Hayley Mills, Health and Wellbeing Programme Manager, Places for People Leisure said: "We want to support this campaign so we can start to raise awareness and encourage local residents to make changes in their lifestyle that will have major impacts on their health and wellbeing.

"We want to encourage



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12
Jan
New drug and alcohol recovery hub E-mail
Local News

The partnership between the Council and the Lifeline Project, a national alcohol and drug charity, has successfully secured funding from Public Health England to buy and refit local premises as a central Recovery Hub in the town.

Rotherham received the single largest grant award in England from PHE  England - £875,000 - enabling the Lifeline Project to purchase 'Carnson House'  on Moorgate Road.

The building will be transformed into an exciting space over the coming months, which will enable people recovering from alcohol and drug addiction to participate in a wider programme of activities in a welcoming environment.

Lifeline, which currently delivers alcohol interventions and a peer mentoring service in Rotherham, has also committed further financial support from their reserves to support the development of the Recovery Hub.

Due to be fully operational by mid-July, activities at the centre will include structured group work; life skills such as


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