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Christmas services at United Reformed Church

11th December 2018
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Gainsborough United Reformed Church

United Reformed Church Gainsborough will be holding the following Christmas services: read more

Gainsborough Heritage Centre

10th December 2018
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Gainsborough Heritage Centre

There’s just two weeks until the Heritage Centre closes its doors for Christmas. The 15th December will be the last chance for people to pop in and purchase those Christmas gifts! Don’t forget to buy your very own limited edition 2019 Karl Wood calendar, featuring just some of his iconic paintings including the Old Hall, a view of Bridge Street, the River Trent and much more… for only £6.50. read more

A celebration of Christmas at St Paul’s Church

8th December 2018
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St Paul’s Church Morton

There will be ‘A Celebration of Christmas’ at St Paul’s Church, Morton on Thursday 13th December commencing at 5.30pm, doors open from 5.00pm. There will be fundraising stalls and refreshments, followed by a concert at 7.15pm of readings, poems, songs and carols celebrating Christmas. Morton Trentside School, Morton Scouts and Guides and Willingham Band have been invited to provide some of the entertainment. read more

What’s on at Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall

7th December 2018
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Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall

This popular Waddingham-based choir have made Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall, DN21 4LZ, their performance base and will return on Wednesday 12th December, at 7.30pm, with songs and music to mark the season. They will bring their usual wide-ranging repertoire and eclectic mix of music, songs and readings It’s always a good night and great to have such local talent. read more

Morton Village Hall Crib Service

7th December 2018
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Morton Village Hall

This year’s Dedication of the Crib Service is to be held in the Village Hall on Sunday 9th December at 6.00pm, led by the Rev’d Mike Cooney. Do come along and join us in singing some of your favourite Christmas hymns and listen to the Christmas story as the scene is dressed with Nativity figures, followed by some seasonal refreshments. read more

What’s on at Trinity Arts Centre – December 2018

6th December 2018
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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 December and we look forward to welcome you all to your Trinity Arts Centre. read more

Festive Ceilidh in North and South Wheatley

6th December 2018
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North and South Wheatley Village Hall

On Saturday 15th December, the Village Hall team will be presenting a Christmas-themed Ceilidh. For those of us with two left feet there will be a ‘caller’ to guide us through the dances. This is an entertainment event that has not been presented in the village for some time but is bound to be an lively and entertaining evening — even if you only come along to enjoy the excellent music and raucous atmosphere! read more

Bransby Horses Christmas Fayre

6th December 2018
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Bransby Horses

Join in the festive fun at Bransby Horses’ Christmas Fayre on Saturday 8th December, from 11.00am to 4.00pm. There is something for the whole family to enjoy.  The wide variety of stalls on the day and the charity’s Gift Shop, with this year’s Christmas gifts inside, gives ample opportunity to start the Christmas shopping or pick up those last-minute gifts. read more

Northern Soul and Motown Night

6th December 2018
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Trentside Soul

The next Northern Soul and Motown Night at The Weston Rooms, Gainsborough, will be on Saturday 8th December. It will be 7.00pm until late, with all music on vinyl records. Get in early as the last event was really busy. Admission is only £3.00, pay on the door. read more

Rotary Club fireworks and bonfire display a roaring success

5th December 2018
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Rotary Club of Gainsborough

The annual fireworks and bonfire display took place on 3rd November, provided by the club, taking place at Lea Park.
Many people gathered to watch the fine display of fireworks and photos taken to not really do the event justice.
A full twenty-minute display lit up the night sky and provided a burst of colour, that brightened up the evening for all concerned. read more