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To Julie Hodgkinson who has joined us here at the Trust as our new Social prescribing officer.

We would like to wish Julie all the best in her new role.

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Community Matters Magazine June 2018

1Featuring news and views from around the community, including all the latest news from our Parish Council. The latest June edition of the Kiveton & Wales Community Matters magazine is out now.

The next edition of our quarterly magazine is due at the beginning of September 2018  so if you would like us to feature you, your club or society or if you would like to place an advertisement then please contact us by the 15th August 2018 on 01909 773348 or e-mail:  kevin@kivetoncreative.co.uk.

To view our on-line library of back issues juts click on the following link www.issuu.com/communitymatters/docs     click on a front page, open, turn the pages and read.

Do you have anytime spare to help us deliver our magazine ?

Just one or two hours, at your convenience, morning, afternoon , evening or weekend would be a great help. give us call on the (01909) 773348 , email us kevin@kivetoncreative.co.uk or just call in and see us at the Old Colliery Offices.

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Gardening for Health

Gardening adJoin us on a Monday for our Gardening for Beginners course.

Come and develop your gardening skills. For further details give us a call.

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Poppy Appeal

1 Calling all knitters and crocheters out there, WE NEED YOUR HELP

Would you or your organisation like to take part in our Village commemoration of the centenary of the end of the First World War on Sunday 11th November.

If so contact Cate on 01909 773348

One of our aims in Kiveton Park & Wales is to create a waterfall of poppies on our village war memorials and we alooking for groups or individuals to help us make Hundreds of Knitted, Crochet or Felt poppies. Patterns available, just give us a call WE NEED LOTS, SO WE NEED YOUR HELP EVERY POPPY HELPS

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Walking Football

Kiveton Park 0036Our Walking Football group on a Monday night has been a huge success since it started back in September 2016.

We started with just half a dozen players, but as each week went by, another and another joined, we now have approx nineteen players. Not everyone turns up every week for varying reasons, but we always have enough for seven a side complete with a qualified referee.  Its fun, great exercise a way to make new friends and all playing the game we all love.

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Memory Cafe Presentation

Mike, John, Cate and PeterOn the 9th October the first anniversary of the Kiveton & South Rotherham  Memory Cafe, Cate Goodlad from the Development Trust, presented a cheque for £202 , the proceeds of fund-raising on the day of  our Memory walk, to John Wadsworth chairman of the Kiveton  & South Rotherham Memory Cafe

Pictured are from left to right: Mike Sumption (Memory Cafe Secretary), John Wadsworth (Memory Cafe Chairman), Cate Goodlad,( KPWCDT)  Peter Gibbons (Memory Cafe Treasurer).

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Memory Walk 2017

Kiveton Memory Walk 2017 passes the memorial stoneThank you to everyone who came out to support the Memory Walk on Saturday 16th September.

So far as a group we have raised around £400 with more money still to come in.

This will go direct to the Alzheimer’s Society to help fund research and to support people and their families who have dementia.

In addition we raised at least £120 for the Kiveton Memory Café. Well done everyone

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Middle ground Mental Health Group

1b87354c2822691559ed9b22f161f329_-happy-smiling-sun-by-00015-happy-sunshine-clipart_1200-1014This is a new social, peer-support group for people experiencing mental health problems, and between the ages of  25 and 55 – that ‘middle ground’ where you are too old for young people’s activities but not ready for lunch groups with older people.  The agenda is set by those who attend, so we are planning a range of activities from games, walks, and outings but are open to suggestions. You don’t have to feel alone, come along and chat with a cuppa and make new friends.  Only £3 per week, with funds helping to subsidise group activities/trips.

Thursdays 1-3pm, at The Old Colliery Offices, Colliery Road, Kiveton Park.

Call Cate on 01909 773348 or 770007 for more details.

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Kivo Pit-Nic A HUGE SUCCESS

Kivo Pit-Nic

The weather stayed fine, dry and at times very sunny as hundreds turned out on Sunday 25th June for the Pit-Nic on Kiveton Woodland.

There was live music from Woodhouse Brass band, Acoustica, The four players Barber shop quartet, The Big Stuffed Fish Ceilidh band and a performance from Wales Panto Players. There were traditional games, children’s activities and heritage displays from the Kiveton & Wales History Society and the Chesterfield Canal Society. People came in their hundreds with their blankets, chairs and baskets and cool boxes full of goodies, for what was a wonderful outdoor community event. There was also hot and cold food and drink available courtesy of Honey bee’s tea rooms and Traditionals Fine foods of Kiveton.

The Pit-Nic was held to Mark 150 years since reaching the coal seem at Kiveton Colliery and 240 since the opening of the Canal through Kiveton.

We would like to thank our funders Harsco steelphalt, TCV, The Land Trust, Borough councillors Dominic Beck, Jennifer Whysall and Gordon Watson. Wales Childcare partenership, Kiveton & Wales History Society and the Chesterfield Canal Society.

We would also like to thank all the people to many to mention who volunteered their time to help organise the event or help out on the day.

The biggest thanks of all go to Cate from the Development Trust who with the help of Hannah from TCV pulled the whole event together.

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MORRISONS

morrisonsFANTASTIC NEWS….We were recently awarded a whopping £5,000 by Morrisons the supermarket people to support a program of disability sport here at the KIVETON COMMUNITY SPORTS PARK. Morrisons came to present the cheque to us on the 4th April and they were just as thrilled as we were as they commented that it was the first time they has supported a group like ours in this area,

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