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Beckingham and Saundby History Group Annual Open Event

21st September 2018
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Beckingham and Saundby History Group

Beckingham and Saundby History Group Annual Open Event will take place on Saturday 29th September from 12.00noon to 4.30pm, at The Old Willow Works, Trent Road, Beckingham. The theme this year will be ‘Pastimes — Past and Present’, with displays and memorabilia on Photography, Sport, Needlework, Scouting, Baking, Gardening and much more. On display outside there will also be a collection of Classic Cars. Entry is free and light refreshments will be available. read more

Scotter Art and Craft Festival

21st September 2018
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Scotter Arts and Crafts

The members of the Scotter Art and Textile Groups are presenting their sixth Annual Art and Craft Festival at Scotter Methodist Chapel, on Saturday 29th September and Sunday 30th September. Art and Crafts will be on display to enjoy as well as the opportunity to purchase some of these. read more

Gainsborough and District Flower Club

20th September 2018
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Gainsborough and District Flower Club

We meet on the fourth Thursday of every month, at the Blues Club, North Street, Gainsborough DN21 2HU, start time 7.15pm. We are affiliated to NAFAS, but you don’t have to be a flower arranger to join us. We enjoy flower demonstrations by national demonstrators, workshops, social events and trips out. Our September club night will be on 27th September and Lee Berrill will demonstrate ‘Imagine’ for us. read more

Friends of Parkinson’s Gainsborough

19th September 2018
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Friends of Parkinson’s Gainsborough

The Friends of Parkinson’s, Gainsborough, are a friendly sociable weekly support group and specialised exercise class, including refreshments, held at Morton Village Hall every Tuesday at 11.00am. read more

Bransby Horses secures future work with land purchase

19th September 2018
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Bransby Horses

The Lincolnshire-based equine rescue and welfare charity, Bransby Horses, has agreed to acquire 800 acres of land to secure the future for thousands of horses that suffer from abuse, neglect or abandonment.  Grange Farm, Barlings at Langworth, is a vital investment in the charity’s 50th anniversary year, to relieve pressure on its site in the village of Bransby, which is at capacity due to the high number of horses, ponies, donkeys and mules that require a safe haven. read more

Friends of Gainsborough Cemeteries and Chapel

19th September 2018
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Friends of Gainsborough Cemeteries and Chapel

To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI, the Friends of Gainsborough Cemeteries and Chapel will be holding an exhibition of photographs of local soldiers who died in the war. The exhibition will take place over the weekend of 10th and 11th November in the Cemetery Chapel. read more

A view to the bridge

18th September 2018
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Community Focus

This photo was taken on the riverside walk in Gainsborough and evidently faces towards the 227-year-old Trent Bridge, that was built by a civil engineer, William Weston. The Trent is currently the third longest river in the UK. Its source is in Staffordshire, in the Biddulph Moor area and it finishes up at the River Humber. read more

Gainsborough X-Church

18th September 2018
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Gainsborough X-Church

X-Church is situated on Ashcroft Road in Gainsborough and offers a plethora of community activities and events. No longer a church, now an ‘ex-church’, this is a terrific space where the whole community can be together. X-Church Kitchen is a fabulous café situated at the side of the main building and offers affordable home cooked food daily. read more

New Tricks Instrumental Group

17th September 2018
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sounLINCS

New Tricks Instrumental Group takes place every Thursday from 4.30pm to 6.30pm, at Affordable Foods, Queensway, Gainsborough. It is free to try and come along. No matter your ability, bring along an instrument and explore a brilliant variety of songs and genres as part of this great group meeting for the joy of playing. read more

WWI centenary bench fundraising

15th September 2018
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Kirton in Lindsey Town Council

Kirton in Lindsey Town Council is seeking to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War with the planting of an oak tree which will be a living monument and will be mature when the bi-centenary is commemorated.
In addition, the Town Council received a request from the Royal British Legion to fund the purchase of a bench to commemorate the centenary which will be placed to provide a view of the War Memorial. read more