Our Work Continues – March 2020 Work Morning

Despite the issues the country is facing, we were pleased that 7 people turned out today (Saturday 14th March 2020) to carry out tasks to improve the cemetery. The support we receive helps us achieve everything we do, and keeps us determined to improve the cemetery...

Reflecting on 2019

2019 presented us with ongoing challenges but we had many notable successes. Our Guided Walks were again very popular and were well received. The most popular was ‘Untimely Ends’, which probably reflects on society’s insaciable appetite for the...

270 Trees Planted – well almost

We were blessed with a dry morning on Saturday 30th November, and even more so with the number of volunteers that turned up to help, swelling our ranks to 25 people. There had been a sharp frost so it was very cold and this did slow us down and the planting wasn’t...

270 Trees to Plant – Supporting the Big Climate Fightback

Earlier in the year we applied to the Woodland Trust who were running an initiative to plant as many trees as they can in 2019. This is part of their ‘Big Climate Fightback’, as trees play such an important role helping keep our planet alive. Read more...

Annual General Meeting 2019

Our Annual General Meeting will held on the 11th of November starting at 7.30pm at Club 39. The Deputy Mayor, Glyn Jones, will be presenting a talk titled ‘The Horrible Health History of Doncaster’, and refreshments will be available. Club 39 is at 39, Waterdale,...