In this week’s Hemsworth and South Elmsall Express

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This week we investigate allegations of patients records being altered at a surgery.

Also in news:

- A mum whose baby boy was born three months premature and weighed less than a bag of sugar wants to raise money for the hospital that saved him.

- Lollipop lady Margaret Baggley is celebrating after marking 40 years of helping Moorthorpe youngsters get to school safely.

- Temporary Christmas jobs at Next’s South Elmsall distribution centre were advertised in Poland two weeks before being made available to local people, a union has claimed.

- A Kinsley man left unable to walk after medical staff failed to diagnose his fractured spine has won six-figure settlement from a hospital trust.

In sport:

- Frickley Athletic continued their revival in the Evo-Stik Premier League by beating Trafford 4-0 last weekend but a much-changed Frickley team bowed out of the Doodson Cup on Monday night with a 7-1 defeat at Harrogate Railway.

- Hemsworth RUFC suffered their tenth defeat in 11 league games when they were edged out 15-6 at Bramley Phoenix.

- Hemsworth Miners Welfare maintained their NCE League promotion push by defeating Winterton Rangers.

- A full round up of junior soccer news and cycling.

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