A round-up of posts, funny or feelgood, that we’ve seen on social media this week that are related to our marvellous borough.
First up is a local Italian restaurant paying tribute to the NHS:
Next is a video recorded by colleagues at South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue with a message for Rotherham’s young people:
Here is a poem from staff at Wath Central Primary. It’s in four parts so make sure you head on to Twitter to hear the rest.
Local artist James Brunt has continued to produce amazing art during lockdown, in his garden and when out on his walks. This time he raids the junk drawer:
Bramley Brass had hoped to contribute to the VE Day anniversary celebrations with a community event and concert. Here they present a short concert and presentation performed by members of the band, their children and invited guests:
Dr Rahul Mandal, the Rotherham-based research engineer that was crowned the winner of Great British Bake Off 2018, celebrated his birthday this week. He has some recipes that don’t require flour!