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Kirton in Lindsey Society meetings

16th April 2019
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Kirton in Lindsey Society

The Kirton in Lindsey Society season of indoor meetings continues on Tuesday 23rd April at 7.30pm in the Town Hall, when the talk will be about ‘Lincolnshire Explorers’ — an illustrated talk by Loretta Rivett. She will take members on a journey to find the local adventurers that have left their mark around the world. read more

Gainsborough Model Railway Society

15th April 2019
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Gainsborough Model Railway Society

The Gainsborough Model Railway Society would like you to consider visiting them over the Easter period. They are open on Saturday 20th April from 1.30pm to 5.30pm, Sunday 21st April from 1.30pm to 5.30pm and Monday 22nd April from 10.30am to 5.30pm. Admission costs: adults £4.00; senior citizens/children £3.00; family (two adults and two children) £10.00. read more

Retford Farmers’ Market

14th April 2019
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Notts Farmers Markets

Did you realise that you have a Farmers’ Market in Retford? It has been running continuously on the third Saturday of every month since Autumn 2000, from 8.30am to approximately 1.00pm. At the moment, the Farmers’ stalls are to be found near to Argos in the Market Place. read more

Events at Blyton St Martin’s Church

14th April 2019
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Blyton St Martin’s Church

Get involved in two upcoming events at Blyton St Martin’s Church, Church Lane, Blyton. read more

Kirton in Lindsey Amateur Gardeners

12th April 2019
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Kirton in Lindsey Amateur Gardeners

The Kirton in Lindsey Amateur Gardeners (KLAGs) season of meetings continues on Wednesday 17th April at 7.30pm, in the Town Hall, Market Place, Kirton in Lindsey.  The talk this time is about ‘Carnations and Pinks’ and will be given by Peter Booker from Barnetby le Wold. He is a national expert on carnations, judge and on the council of the British Carnation Society. read more

Historic village pictures at Churches Festival

11th April 2019
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St Radegund’s Church, Grayingham

During the Churches Festival on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May this year, St Radegund’s Church, Grayingham will be displaying items and photos of the village of Manton. See records from the archives, pictures old and new, rectors, school records and census returns. Talk to people who used to worship at Manton church (now a private house). Play St Radegund’s Benjamin Flight organ and try their locally sourced lunches. read more

Gainsborough Heritage Centre

11th April 2019
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Gainsborough Heritage Centre

Visit Gainsborough Heritage Centre to discover the stories of the town’s past with exciting industrial and social history exhibitions. Immerse yourself in the research library and investigate the wealth of resources at your fingertips, from newspaper articles to industrial records. read more

St Barnabas Hospice

10th April 2019
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St Barnabas Hospice

Did you know that St Barnabas provides a comprehensive wellbeing service to those in our local communities? Patients, their friends and carers can feel very isolated and frightened about the impact of a life limiting or terminal diagnosis. At St Barnabas, they understand this, but they believe that life, however long or short, is for living and they’re here to help. read more

Artists showcase their work in first exhibition

10th April 2019
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Brushstrokes

Budding artists, who are members of Misterton’s Brushstrokes art group, are holding the first exhibition of their own work on Saturday 13th April in the Church Room from 10.00am to 4.00pm. The artists, who come from Misterton and West Stockwith and nearby villages, meet weekly. Once a month, there is a professional tutor and, at intervals during the year, other artists are invited to come for specialist masterclasses. read more

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Gainsborough Area Group

10th April 2019
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Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Gainsborough Area Group

Find out about ‘British Owls’ from Annette Mackenzie at the next meeting of The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Gainsborough Area Group on 17th April. With a great passion for and many years’ experience with owls, Annette will be telling the group about the owls of the UK and will be bring two live owls with her, which you may be able to handle. There will be a short AGM held after the talk. read more