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photo copyright Rotherham FedRotherham Federation of Tenants and Residents (Rother Fed) is holding free reminiscences activity sessions led by Joanne Brunt on Thursday afternoons during May 2008 at the Tenants Resource Centre.  All the sessions are practical and fun and open to all Rotherham tenants and residents

 

1st May 2008


Wash Day and Housework is the theme for the session on Thursday 1st May 2008. Imagine a busy afternoon spent boiling up the copper and sorting your smalls out for washing—see dolly tubs, rubbing boards, soaps and much more.

 

15th May 2008,

 

We will explore Toys and Childhood during the session on Thursday 15th May 2008, exploring childhood and family life, school and the games we used to play—share many old toys and games, sweets and drinks.

 

 

15th May 2008,

 

Experience Amami Nights on the afternoon of 22nd May 2008, dance halls and picture houses, make up and hair dos, stockings and lippy all add up to a good night out on a monkey run.

 

On 29th May 2008


On 29th May 2008 Joanne will ask ‘can you afford the doctor?’ exploring what we did before the arrival of the NHS 60 years ago.

 

Sessions are between 1pm and 4pm and include free tea and biscuits. The Tenants Resource Centre is at the 2010 Eastwood Depot on Chesterton Road on Eastwood Trading Estate. If you would like to book a place on one or all of these sessions please contact Steve on 01709 822258 or e-mail steve.ruffle@rotherfed.org
 

Tenants Resource Centre
Eastwood Depot
Eastwood Trading Estate
Chesterton Road
Rotherham S65 1SZ
E-mail: steve.ruffle@rotherfed.org
www.rotherfed.org.uk
Tel: 01709 365041
Mobile: 07758 490344
Rother Fed is registered as a limited company ( no. 5913521)  


 

 

 

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