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NEWS: News.

NEWS: News.

Bad parking upsets residents

Concern has been expressed by a number of Tickhill residents about the continued parking of vehicles on grass verges and pavements around the town.

Cars parked half on footpaths make it hazardous for pedestrians, particularly those with pushchairs and drivers of disability scooters. Vehicles regularly park on verges and plough up the grass.

The local authority traffic warden has been informed of the problem and has the potential to issue on-the-spot fines to the offenders.

Volunteers needed

Nature lovers who fancy becoming a volunteer at the Mosaic Nature Reserve in Austerfield are invited to attend the next monthly gathering that takes place on Saturday, February 16, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.

Members of the public can go along and join the nature group at the reserve that covers 70 acres and includes woodland, ponds and heathland.

Hot topic

historian Clive Howarth will be giving an evening talk and tour at Doncaster Minster at 7pm on Wednesday, February 20, when he will focus on the Great Fire of 1853. Tickets on the door are £5.

Lunch concert

soprano Liz Ball and an accompanist will be performing for members of Doncaster Arts and Museum Society at their Lunch-Hour Concert in the Chequer Road gallery on Wednesday at 1pm. Admission is £4.

Health check

test Your Health teams will be at B&Q Doncaster on Wednesday from 10am to 3pm.

 

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