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    Vintage Tea Party, Saturday 21st October

    by  • September 23, 2017 • Events

    We are holding a vintage tea party on Saturday 21st October from 3.30 to 5.30pm in aid of the Mayor’s Charities.  It includes a pop up vintage shop, raffle, swing dance, tea and cake. Come in your best 40s, 50s or 60s style. Admission £4 at Shiloh, 15 Station Rd, Masborough, Rotherham.

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    Shiloh’s Greatest Day in History

    by  • September 22, 2017 • New Premises

    25 years of Shiloh serving the Rotherham community, yes the two ladies who started Shiloh 25 years ago could never have dreamt that Shiloh would continue for 25 continuous years, supporting thousands of homeless and marginalised people with meals, clothing, support to find accommodation, access to a variety of essential drop in support services,...

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    Shiloh wins funding from the Big Lottery Awards for All Scheme

    by  • July 23, 2017 • Being a Volunteer, Fundraising, Vacancies

    Shiloh were recently awarded funding from the National Lottery Awards for All scheme for a Volunteer Coordinator.  Shiloh Rotherham is a charity which is founded on volunteers.  Following our move to a new home, it was notable that we needed to develop and enhance our volunteer team.  In these larger new premises we need additional volunteers...

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    Arts & Crafts with College Town Collective

    by  • July 2, 2017 • Wellbeing

    A lovely sunny day at Shiloh saw volunteers and guests help Cheska Cutts and Brian Johnston from the ‘College Town Collective‘ paint metal industrial utensils which will form part of a display on the Riverside in Rotherham this summer.  Our next painting project will be the patio murals at Shiloh – watch this space!!

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    Special Thank You Day

    by  • June 14, 2017 • Being a Volunteer, Events

    The waters of an unexpected flood had been brushed away at Shiloh in time for a tide of goodwill to flow in the direction of the charity’s co-founder, Sue Savage. Regarded as the heartbeat of Shiloh, which started as a soup run on the streets of Rotherham in 1992, Sue was the special anniversary...

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    Shiloh @ The Weighbridge Opens its Doors

    by  • May 7, 2017 • Community, New Premises

      A very exciting day for Shiloh as Shiloh guests, eager to see inside of the New Shiloh, are welcomed on the first day by chairman John McDonnell. “They weren’t disappointed, in fact some of the guests just stood and gasped with amazement when they entered the spacious, beautifully decorated and furnished dining and...

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    Long Service Awards and All Change at Shiloh

    by  • December 6, 2016 • Awards, Being a Volunteer

    Shiloh Rotherham was delighted to invite Deputy Mayor, Councillor Eve Rose Keenan to present the Long Service awards to some of their volunteers, who between them racked up over 100 years voluntary service to the charity.  At the annual “Thank You“ event, the volunteers were treated to a pie and pea supper by the Shiloh Trustees...

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    Harvest Festival Donations

    by  • November 6, 2016 • Community, Fundraising

    The clocks have gone back, winter stretches before us and Shiloh’s shelves are full once more thanks to the goodness of those who made Harvest Festival donations over the past few weeks. “The value to Shiloh of what we received from various sources cannot be overstated,” said Operations Manager, Jonathan Lang. “Such support helps...

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