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A view of the Gainsborough riverside

18th November 2019
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Community Focus

Gainsborough Life reader Tom Ellis has sent us another of his photos from the local area. “Gainsborough riverside, it never fails to amaze me, the sweeping current of the tide lapping wave for wave, heading towards Biddulph Moor, the source of the River Trent. read more

Summer Reading Challenge Awards

18th November 2019
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Misterton Library

22 children in Misterton completed the Summer Reading Challenge this year — reading at least six books during the summer holiday — and were presented with their certificates and medals on Saturday 21st September, at Misterton Library. Congratulations to them all! read more

Scout group celebrates

18th November 2019
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1st Gainsborough (Morton) Scout Group

1st Gainsborough (Morton) Scout Group is celebrating 25 years of preparing young people with skills for life. They need you to help them mark this milestone. They would like as many members/supporters of the group, both past and present to join them for an afternoon of celebration. read more

North and South Wheatley Local History Group

18th November 2019
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North and South Wheatley Local History Group

At their September meeting the North and South Wheatley Group welcomed Mick Rawle who had researched his grandmother’s activities in the early 1900s. His talk was extremely interesting and detailed and it went way beyond the summary we have space for here. read more

St Barnabas Hospice gets set for Christmas

16th November 2019
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St Barnabas Hospice

The nights are drawing in, there is a definite chill in the air and we turn the clocks back at the end of October. So, it can only mean one thing — it will not be long until Christmas! The St Barnabas Hospice Light Up A Life church celebration is Tuesday 3rd December, at 6.30pm at United Reformed Church, Church Street, Gainsborough DN21 2JR. Dedicate your light at www.stbarnabashospice.co.uk/lual. read more

Gainsborough Area Group of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

15th November 2019
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Gainsborough Area Group of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

The Gainsborough Area Group of The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust’s next meeting is on Wednesday 20th November, at 7.30pm. Matt Cox, Conservation Officer with the Trust, will give an illustrated talk entitled ‘British wildlife on our doorstop’. Matt will introduce members to wildlife living locally of which we may be unaware! read more

Kirton in Lindsey Amateur Gardeners

14th November 2019
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Kirton in Lindsey Amateur Gardeners

The KLAGs 2019 season of meetings finishes on Wednesday 20th November at 7.30pm, in the Town Hall, Market Place, Kirton in Lindsey. This month’s talk will be ‘Photographing Plants’. It will be given by Tony Brewer. He will be passing on tips, advice and guidance on take better photographs. read more

What’s on at Trinity Arts Centre in November 2019

13th November 2019
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Trinity Arts Centre

An exciting programme of theatre, film, music, live streams and other events awaits you at Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough’s premier picturehouse and theatre. There is something for everybody this November and we look forward to welcome you all to your Trinity Arts Centre. read more

Beckingham and Saundby History Group

13th November 2019
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Beckingham and Saundby History Group

The Beckingham and Saundby History Group will be holding an open evening on Thursday 28th November, at 7.00pm in the Willow Works, Old Trent Road, Beckingham. There will be a talk by Chesterfield Canal speaker Mr John Lower on the history and building of a wooden horse drawn narrow boat called ‘The Dawn Rose’. Entry will be £2.00 for non-members and will include tea, coffee and biscuits. Everyone is welcome. read more

Macmillan Cancer Support Christmas Fayre

13th November 2019
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Gainsborough and District Macmillan

Christmas is fast approaching and Gainsborough and District Macmillan Cancer Support are holding their annual Christmas Fayre once again, to raise valuable funds for the charity which is all spent locally to support families who are coping with cancer. read more