Support for those bereaved during the Coronavirus Pandemic
Telephone 0800 048 05224 for meaningful support, advice or guidance. Or visit www.listening-ear.co.uk/refer. A service for anyone who has lost a loved one whether due to COVID-19 or not.
You can refer yourself. Primary care staff, funeral directors and community and faith organisations are amongst those who can also refer.
Important Announcement re change of dates for Summer Fete and Open Gardens
Following consultation between the committees of Cawthorne Summer Fete and Cawthorne Open Gardens the decision has been made to move the Summer Fete (which had to be cancelled this year) to next year 2021 with Open Gardens being moved to 2022. This decision was made due to concerns from the Open Garden Committee that the postponement of a couple of local villages open gardens weekends from this year to next would affect their visitor numbers. This suggestion was welcomed by the Summer Fete Group whose arrangements and fundraising were well on course for this year's fete until the Corona virus reared its ugly head. The agreed date for the Summer Fete is Saturday, 19 June 2021 so make a note in your diaries!!
Cawthorne Methodist Church has been chosen to benefit from the Co-op Local Community fund which will help them to raise vital funds. When a Co-op member buys goods or services from the Co-op then they earn a 5% reward for themselves plus a further 1% for local causes like the Methodist Church. Co-op members can choose a cause by going online www.coop.co.uk/membership and the Methodist Church really hope that people will visit the website and choose to support them. If you are not a member and would like to support Cawthorne Methodist Church you can join at your local store or online at www.coop.co.uk. When a community comes together we are able to achieve great things, so the Methodist Church hopes you can help promote their project. For more information about Cawthorne Methodist Church please visit us at www.cawthornemethodistchurch.com Contact us at email@example.com
Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
When it is open it will be opn to Sunday 1st November, every
Saturday and Sunday, 2.00pm until 5.00 pm. We now have a new Reading
Room where you can buy a wide range of second-hand books, both fiction
and non- fiction, children’s books, DVD’s and CD’s. The
Exhibition to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day has been cancelled.
Cawthorne Brass Band
Every Thursday 6.30pm - 7.30pm,Village Hall
SUSPENDED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
Cawthorne Brass Band are delighted to invite young and old to learn to play. No experience needed, just enthusiasm. . A small fee will be charged to cover costs - just turn up. Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook or website cawthornebrassband.co.uk
Cawthorne Choral Society
Wednesday 8pm Cawthorne Village Hall, Tivydale, Cawthorne. SUSPENDED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
Every Thursday 10.00 - 11.30am
Cawthorne Methodist Church, Darton Road
All proceeds to Charity : £1 for coffee/tea and biscuits SUSPENDED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
Antique Fair - Village Hall
Last Sunday in the month
10.00am - 4.00pm SUSPENDED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
Rural Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme
Superfast South Yorkshire (SFSY) want to make
sure that residents and businesses in rural
areas are aware of the Government’s
Rural Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme. Specifically, there may be premises in Cawthorne parish which fall in eligible postcodes.
These vouchers provide funding for group projects
that install gigabit-capable (1Gbps/1,000Mbps) fibre broadband for
rural businesses and residents. The scheme contributes up to £3,500
towards connection for each small-to-medium-sized
business (SME) and up to £1,500 per residential premises involved in a
SFSY would like to help residents and businesses
access this scheme. We’re happy to answer any questions and facilitate
the formation of a group project however we can (eg. hosting of
There are certain eligibility criteria associated
with this voucher. In addition to being rural, eligible premises must
not currently be able to access download speeds of more than 100Mbps.
Group projects must also consist of two or more
premises (business or residential), as single applicants are
The Rural Gigabit Connectivity Programme Process
Form a project group of eligible rural residential and/or business premises with your neighbours
to find out which suppliers are active in your area. Your chosen
supplier will advise you on your eligibility and guide you through the
to a 12 month contract with your supplier for a product with speeds
double your current speeds (and at least 30Mbps) through a gigabit
SFSY is a partnership between Barnsley,
Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield Councils, UK Government and the
Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership.
The Rural Gigabit
Connectivity programme is managed by Building Digital UK, part of the
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, however SFSY are
happy to help you with forming a group project, so if you
have further questions or would like assistance please get in touch.