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The Public right of inspection of the accounts will run from Tuesday 28th June 2022 to Tuesday 9th August 2022. If you would like to view the accounts please contact us to arrange a mutually convenient appointment.
Posted: Mon, 27 Jun 2022 10:11 by Ms Emma Garner
A BIG thank you to everyone who attended the beacon lighting event at Cusworth Hall on 2nd June 2022. It was estimated between 2,000 to 2,500 people attended with 904 visitors to the museum in Cusworth Hall. It was a great evening and thank you to everyone who came along to support the event and to the groups and individuals who helped make the event happen. They are;
Maltby Miners Welfare Brass Band
Edlington Jubilee Choir
Robbie Conroy bagpiper
Mr Dan children's entertainment
Wayne Sables – projection mapping
Sprotbrough Road Community Church – jubilee crafts
Friends of Cusworth Hall – tombola
Butlers Tea Rooms
Sprotbrough Brownies and Guides
28th Doncaster (St Edmunds) Scout Group
67th Sprotbrough Scouts – archery
Michelle Lazenby & Associates – first aid More »
Special thanks to local poet Phillip Dawson-Hammond for writing a special poem for the event which can be downloaded below.
All the staff at Cusworth Hall and Museum and the Parish Council
Ward Councillors; Glenn, Cynthia, Leanne and Julie
The leaders of both walks to the site – Ivanhoe (Glenn Bluff and Tara) and the Roman soldier (Lucas Hempshall). » Less
Posted: Mon, 13 Jun 2022 13:37 by Ms Emma Garner
Come and join us at Cusworth Hall between 6-10pm to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee.
Maltby Miners Welfare Brass Band will be playing from 7pm followed by Edlington Jubilee Choir at 8.15pm, local bagpiper Robbie Conroy at 9.30 before a poem recital from a local poet at 9.40pm before the beacon is lit at 9.45pm.
Children's entertainment will also be there from 6pm with archery, jubilee crafts, circus skills and bouncy castle. More »
Butlers Tea rooms will be open later as well as the Brewhouse.
Please bring a picnic and try to walk, cycle or use public transport to get to the event as parking will be limited.
We look forward to seeing you there. » Less
Posted: Wed, 01 Jun 2022 10:12 by Ms Emma Garner