Time Team archaeologist Professor Carenza Lewis is set to bring history to life at the seventh annual Doncaster Heritage Festival.
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A ‘stable and well supported’ workforce who put children at the centre of everything they do is pivotal to the Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, according to Ofsted inspectors.
Searches by Trading Standards at two Doncaster premises have led to two men being sentenced for breach of Trade Marks Act & General Product Safety Regulations, and the seizure of 6960 cigarettes.
Young people from Ridgewood School were given a unique opportunity earlier this month to work with and produce two concerts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Doncaster Council is to carry out improvement works on Hickleton crossroads at the junction of the A635 Barnsley Road. The works start on Sunday 26 March and will last three weeks.
Road users are being advised that essential carriageway surfacing works on Sprotbrough Road / Melton Road in Sprotbrough will commence on Sunday 2nd April.
Move On, Move Up 2017: Mayor Ros Jones Announces the Return of Successful Doncaster Education Initiative
After a successful first year, ‘Move On, Move Up’ has returned to once again help students in Doncaster achieve their full potential in the upcoming exams. Launched by Mayor Ros Jones, the scheme aims to build a bright future for our young people by enhancing the great support already provided by schools. This includes offering incentivised extra revision and study sessions and specially designed study guides which will be made available to both students and parents.
Doncaster Council has formally submitted its response to the Government consultation on HS2 Phase 2B
On 8 March Mayor Ros Jones wrote to the Secretary of State for Transport, South Yorkshire MPs and other stakeholders across the region.
Previously unseen photographs will be among the highlights at an exhibition marking the centenary of the death of Lady Isabella Georgiana Katherine Battie-Wrightson.
Would you like to take a look behind the scenes at the award-winning facility which is revolutionising the way we deal with leftover household waste in Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham?
Doncaster's famous Corn Exchange, in the heart of Doncaster markets, will be restored back to its former glory thanks to a major improvement programme.