The NHS has started delivering COVID booster jabs to people in eligible groups and have also rolled out COVID-19 jabs to children aged 12 to 15.
The NHS vaccination programme is inviting eligible people, who had their second COVID jab at least six months...
Dr Richard Jenkins, Interim Chief Executive, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust, has written an open letter asking the people of Rotherham to only use under pressure health services if they really need too.
The letter reads:
"Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, the...
Daredevil sisters Amanda Haynes and Callie Drabble took a huge leap of faith when they completed a 14,000ft skydive to raise funds for the Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity.
Amanda, a Health Care Support Worker at the Urgent and Emergency Care Centre, was joined...
Rotherham NHS Clinical Commissioning Group continue to host Walk-In vaccination sessions. A "vaccine bus" has been making stops in the borough and will be at Rotherham Show this weekend.
It arrives as the Covid infection rate in Rotherham is remaining stubbornly high, meaning it...
A cancer patient has provided a lasting legacy to the hospital which cared for him by donating £2,000 to the Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity.
Anthony Felvus, 67, of Kimberworth, donated the funds to say thank you to caring colleagues on Ward A6 at...
Arches Housing and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council celebrate partnership working as more homes are delivered in the borough. In this case ten bungalows spread across four sites: Chestnut Close, Craig Walk, Greenwood Close, Hornbeam Road; with all homes having been let through Rotherham Key Choices.
Rotherham Council has moved quickly to secure a replacement Covid testing site in Dinnington.
The new site, which will also be operated by the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC), will be based at the Constable Lane car park, near to the bus...
Following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the increasing numbers of vaccinations, the biggest cultural event in the borough's calendar – the Rotherham Show - is back at Clifton Park from September 3 to 5 2021.
Rotherham Show is the North’s largest free event,...
The Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) Coronavirus testing site at Dinnington Resource Centre has closed with effect from yesterday (24th August).
The Council has been in discussions with DHSC for several weeks about securing an alternative site for a testing centre in...
Muse Developments - the UK's leading town and city centre regenerator and Rotherham Council have exchanged a deal with major hotel brand, Travelodge, to become the latest anchor occupier at Rotherham’s Forge Island, which will see a new 69-room hotel delivered in the heart of Rotherham town...
There has been a change of scenery at Rotherham Civic Theatre as a £200,000 revamp enters its final act.
Rotherham Civic Theatre has not traded since March 2020 due to Covid restrictions and is set to reopen in September.
The sight of wildflowers at Rotherham’s roadsides has been commonplace for the past eight years but even more areas are benefitting from the scheme this year.
Almost three and a half miles of wildflower verges have been planted in 12 trial areas across the...
Rotherham United’s Community Sports Trust (RUCST) is offering a free ticket to the club's Sky Bet League One opener against Plymouth Argyle to supporters who join them in the GoalZone this Saturday to receive their Covid-19 vaccination.
The Millers’ community wing have enlisted the...
Rotherham United Community Sports Trust (RUCST) has released its Annual Impact Report 2020.
As the official charity of the club, RUCST uses the influence of Rotherham United FC to engage, inspire and develop the communities of Rotherham for a long-lasting impact on future generations.
Rotherham's Liam Kirk became the first English-born and trained player to sign an NHL contract when he officially signed with the Arizona Coyotes this week.
The announcement comes two months after Kirk, who grew up in Maltby, helped Great Britain to its first top...
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