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Stay home and protect the NHS this bank holiday weekend

7 May 2020

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It’s that time of the week again when we thank the NHS staff and keyworkers for keeping us safe and it’s as important as ever that we abide by the Government lockdown rules by staying home and staying safe this bank holiday weekend.

Here are some things you can do at home...

 

Join the Foundation’s Home Goals

The Foundation’s new Home Goals programme brings you free cooking ideas, exercise sessions, and online social events all of which can be done from your own home.

While you must be over 18 to join the Facebook group, all of the activities have different difficulty levels so the whole family can join in.

Find out more here.

 

Learn a new skill with the DNA Card

The DNA card has more than 1,000 online courses for you to have a go at. From pet care to beauty, from law to creative arts, from languages to home and garden – there is a course for everyone!

Find out more about the amazing opportunities by visiting buy.mydnacard.co.uk/elearning

Don’t own a DNA Card already? Click here to buy one.

 

Re-watch Rovers matches

Over the past few weeks, Rovers have been bringing you full match replays of some of the best games from recent seasons. This Saturday, you can watch along with the full replay of Rovers 5-0 win over Rochdale from New Year’s Day 2019 or, if you fancy something different, you can choose between the 2008 play-off final against Leeds and Rovers' victory over Rotherham United from earlier in the 2019/20 season. Alternatively, we uploaded  six videos as part of Brentford Week including exclusive interviews and behind the scenes footage from that 2012/13 season finale.

Watching videos on Rovers official YouTube account helps to generate a small amount of money for the club - what better way to spend your weekend?

Visit the YouTube channel

 

Sign up for b:friending

Join Doncaster RLFC chief executive, Rovers manager Darren Moore and others in volunteering for Doncaster-based charity b:friend who are working hard to combat loneliness in these extremely difficult times. They are asking for people to sign up for telephone b:friending.

Click here to find out more about how ten minutes of your time
can make a real difference to the most vulnerable and
isolated members of our society.

 

Sign up for a free British Sign Language level one course

May 4 marked the start of Deaf Awareness Week, you can join staff from right across Club Doncaster in signing up for the free British Sign Language level one course launched by Doncaster Deaf Trust earlier this year.

Rovers U18s gave some football words a try earlier this week and you can watch their efforts here.

Sign up here

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