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Gainsborough Breathe Easy

5th February 2019
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Gainsborough Breathe Easy

Gainsborough Breathe Easy’s monthly meeting will be held on the second Monday of February at Pillars House, Primrose Street, Gainsborough from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Everyone is welcome to join them for drinks and biscuits. They also have different groups who give talks. This can be from people like the Red Cross, Spirometers nurses and the Stroke Association. read more

2019 Retford Half Marathon and Family Fun Run

4th February 2019
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Retford Athletics Club

Local club, amateur and fun runners are being encouraged to sign up for the 2019 Retford Half Marathon which is taking place on Sunday 10th March. The annual event which is organised by Retford Athletic and Running Club, and also includes a popular family fun run, attracts around 1,000 entrants each year including local runners, and many from across Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and further afield. read more

Snow Drop and Aconite Walk

4th February 2019
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Community Focus

Courtesy of the Laming family of Woodhouse Farm, a Snowdrop and Aconite Walk will be taking place at Somerby Hall on Sunday 10th February at 2.00pm (depending on the weather). The admission fee will be £3.00 per head including refreshments. Car parking will be available, please come well shod and in warm clothing. There is to be a raffle and all proceeds from the event will be donated to St Laurence’s Church Corringham. read more

Lincolnshire Family History Society

4th February 2019
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Lincolnshire Family History Society

The Lincoln branch of Lincolnshire Family History Society’s February meeting is the branch’s Annual Meeting. This will take place on Saturday 9th at Bracebridge Heath Village Hall, Red Hall Lane, Bracebridge Heath LN4 2LB, from 1.45pm to 4.00pm. The ‘business’ will be followed by a group discussion. This year’s topic is ‘How did you find missing relatives?’ read more

The Old Nick Police Museum re-opens

2nd February 2019
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The Old Nick Police Museum

After many weeks of refurbishment, The Old Nick Police Museum will open its doors on 5th February. The refurbishment has taken place following only 15 months of opening, during which the museum has gone from strength to strength. There has been a continuous rise in visitor numbers and several and well received school visits and organised group tours have been held. read more

The Arts Society Gainsborough and District

1st February 2019
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The Arts Society Gainsborough and District

The Arts Society Gainsborough and District meet always at 1.45pm in the Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough (01427 676655) on the first Thursday of the month (except January, July and August). The next lecture will be on 7th February (also the AGM) when Linda Smith will speak on ‘Great Tarts in Art, High Culture and the Oldest Profession’. read more

What’s on at: Trinity Arts Centre in February

1st February 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 February and we look forward to welcome you all to your Trinity Arts Centre. read more

Axholme Camera Club

1st February 2019
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Axholme Camera Club

This month’s meetings of Axholme Camera Club are: read more

Financial wellbeing charities to get extra boost

31st January 2019
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Lincolnshire Co-op

Financial wellbeing charities and groups tackling issues like debt management will benefit from thousands of pounds in a fundraising campaign by Lincolnshire Co-op. Anyone can face money difficulties, and this can have a knock-on effect on health and wellbeing. To help address this and to increase awareness Lincolnshire Co-op is raising money for groups that offer support to those facing financial hardship and need advice. read more

What’s on at Town Hall Live

31st January 2019
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Town Hall Live

Town Hall Live in Kirton–in–Lindsey have two concerts in February. The first, on Friday 1st, sees The Once from Newfoundland, Canada return to Kirton after a five-year absence. The band consists of Geraldine Hollett on vocals and percussion, Phil Churchill on guitar, violin and vocals and Andrew Dale on bass, mandolin, keyboards and vocals. read more