Nether Hall NeighbourhoodThis is the Nether Hall neighbourhood on the Doncaster Open Map, our map of local services and resources. Feel free to add your own to the map, all you need is a google account. Click here to View the Map
You can also join the Nether Hall neighbourhood page on Facebook to keep up with all the latest news in your community.
From our archives
More than half of fathers want flexible working arrangements when they look for work, a new survey has shown. But many fathers are unaware of their rights to paternity leave and flexible work arrangements. A new campaign, ‘Dads at Work’, launched recently to make dads more aware of these workplace rights.
Flexibility is important to fathers.
Doncaster New Deal for Communities launched a newly commissioned film on “Reducing Crime” which highlights different types of crime, and its effects on diverse communities throughout Doncaster. The film aims to increase the confidence of communities in the criminal justice system and raise awareness of the NDC funded activities that have contributed towards the reduction of crime throughout the Doncaster NDC area. The production, presented by local actor Chris Walker, highlights Doncaster NDC’s multi-agency approach, building on a joint reporting system for crime incidents which has been in operation for almost a decade.
The biggest change though is currently hidden from view. A large single storey internal extension originally constructed in 2003 has been demolished, once again opening out the courtyard, and introducing much more natural light into the building. In addition works have commenced on demolishing some of the internal walls, which means that it is increasingly ...
The Doncaster Central Development Trust CIC has welcomed its first influx of new families to its eco friendly homes. The trust has given nine houses in Doncaster an environmentally-friendly makeover and is searching for community minded tenants to nurture the renovated homes. More are to be improved this year.
A number of houses in Doncaster have been given an environmentally friendly makeover and the owners are now looking for ‘green’ tenants.
The 31 properties, owned by Doncaster Central Development Trust (DCDT) include a range of energy efficiency boosting features designed to reduce their energy consumption, which in turn will reduce the home’s carbon footprints and running costs.
Freeman of Doncaster jazz trombonist Dennis Rollins and eclectic combo The Angel Brothers, Dave and Keith, have provided tunes to celebrate an artistic renaissance for the town. Doncaster Central Development Trust have commissioned a new composition from The Angels and bought the rights to use three tracks from Dennis to support local top quality music.