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Canal Walking Festival

20th July 2019
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Chesterfield Canal Trust

Taking in three counties and 46 miles of tow paths over nine days, the Chesterfield Canal Walking Festival is billed as the biggest canal walking event in the country. Organised by the Chesterfield Canal Trust, the festival will run from Saturday 14th to Sunday 22nd September with a total of 53 guided walks — the majority of which are free — ranging from a children’s walk of just two miles to the full 46-mile length of the canal in three days. read more

The Arts Society Gainsborough and District

19th July 2019
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The Arts Society Gainsborough and District

Mary Alexander was a most welcome and eloquent speaker to members of the Arts Society at the Trinity Centre for their June lecture. Trained as an art historian and graduating with a BA Hons in History and History of Art, followed by an MA in History of Art with Distinction from University College London, Mary spoke on the French artist Raoul Dufy (1877 to 1953). read more

Parkinson’s exercise and support group

19th July 2019
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Friends of Parkinson’s Gainsborough

Friends of Parkinson’s Gainsborough is a friendly sociable weekly class including refreshments at The Active Senior Hub, at Everyone Active West Lindsey Leisure Centre, every Tuesday from 11.00am to 12.30pm. At each meeting there is a Voluntary Assistant at hand to help. read more

Help to fundraise for British Wildlife Rescue

18th July 2019
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British Wildlife Rescue

You too can help to fundraise for British Wildlife Rescue, supporting British wildlife rescue hospitals, as fundraising efforts are being expanded in our local area. As a fundraiser you will be able to enjoy being with people, hold a collection box and sell merchandise at pre-booked venues in your area. The role can provide full time and part time hours to suit you. To make a better place for British Wildlife, contact Sandy on 07977 001280. read more

Gainsborough and District Flower Club

18th July 2019
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Gainsborough and District Flower Club

Gainsborough and District Flower Club meets on the fourth Thursday of every month, at the Blues Club, North Street, Gainsborough DN21 2HU, at 7.15pm. They are affiliated to NAFAS, but you don’t have to be a flower arranger to join them. They enjoy flower demonstrations by national demonstrators, workshops, social events and trips out. read more

Axholme Camera Club

17th July 2019
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Axholme Camera Club

Upcoming meetings of Axholme Camera Club are: read more

Beckingham Annual Show

16th July 2019
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Beckingham Gardeners’ Club

Beckingham Gardeners’ Club will be holding their Annual Flower and Vegetable Show on Saturday 17th August, in Beckingham Village Hall. The doors will be open from 2.00pm, for visitors to view all the entries and enjoy some of the homemade refreshments that will be on sale. read more

New Ping exhibition opens

16th July 2019
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Gainsborough Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre is launching an exciting new exhibition this June focusing on the history of Ping, the local manufacturer of golf clubs and equipment. The exhibition produced by Ping will showcase the story of this factory and the legacy it has left to the town. read more

Gainsborough Snappers

16th July 2019
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Gainsborough Snappers

Gainsborough Snappers is a group of people with an interest in photography. They have met in Gainsborough for many years but have recently moved their meetings to The Willow Works in Beckingham. The Snappers are a group of like-minded individuals who enjoy photographic challenges which help to improve skills. read more

Bassetlaw Community Car Scheme

15th July 2019
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Bassetlaw Community Car Scheme

The Bassetlaw Community Car Scheme is available to Bassetlaw residents, who are unable to access any other forms of public transport. The scheme can be used to visit friends or social clubs, attend doctors’ and hospital appointments, or maybe just go shopping. It is a door-to-door service; volunteer drivers will allow you one hour then take you home. read more