A dog was today left in a baking hot car in the main car park.
The owner of the car was eventually traced by a FoSP volunteer and ‘spoken to’.
Leaving a dog in a red hot car is not only dangerous it is illegal. Have a look at an article about leaving by CLICKING HERE.
139 completed Saturdays Parkrun – well done to all concerned…. especially the volunteers who keep making it happen.
For more information about the Pakrun CLICK HERE.
There has been a magnificent turnout for the two Boot Camps that have run so far with well over 60 attending on both dates. Well done – another great addition to the parks facilities……
Saturday 13th August 2016 – Sandall Park – 10am
For the 36th year running the Lions of District 105C are proud to be organising their Annual Fun and Sports Day for the Disabled.
Over the years the Lions and Lionesses of District 105C have worked together to make this into one of the main events in the Lionistic year attracting competitors from across the whole of District C & beyond as well as some of their neighbouring Clubs.
The rules are simple: whether it be a group from one specific organisation or individual families everyone is welcome to take part. The only stipulation is that anyone competing must have learning difficulties or physical impairment, however carers, family and friends are also welcome to come along and enjoy the day with them. Every competitor gets a medal to take home and there is a trophy for the winner of each game.
YORKSHIRE DAY: Not a lot of people know this – but;
The event was first celebrated in 1975 in Beverley as a protest against local government re-organisation of Yorkshire Boundaries The date of August 1st was chosen because of its links to The Battle of Minden, fought on that day in 1759, before which the Yorkshire soldiers picked roses to wear into battle with their German allies (info courtesy of Lee Peace, journalist, Doncaster Free Press)
So now you know………