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Clarborough Festival 2019

10th May 2019
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Clarborough Festival

The Clarborough Festival will soon be here — put Sunday 19th May into your diaries! Regulars will know that Clarborough’s festival is one of the biggest events in this part of the world with events and displays to grip the whole family. This opens at 10.00am, with a huge range of attractions both inside Clarborough Village Hall and also outside on the hall field. read more

Nottinghamshire Countryside Group

10th May 2019
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Nottinghamshire Countryside Group

There is now a Facebook group for any Worksop or North Nottinghamshire residents interested in wildlife, natural history, or just our wonderful local countryside. Whether you like birds, butterflies, animals, flowers and botany, dragonflies, bees, or — yes, even spiders — the new Nottinghamshire Countryside Group is for you. read more

Take action to help nature’s recovery

9th May 2019
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Erin McDaid, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Last month, The Wildlife Trusts launched a new film featuring celebrities including our President Emeritus, Sir David Attenborough, to launch our Wilder Future campaign. Shot in the style of a movie trailer, it aims to highlight the urgent action that is needed to turn back the clock and bring back our cherished wildlife. read more

Calling all organ music lovers

9th May 2019
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St Swithun's Church, Retford

The first of this year’s programme of ‘Lunchtime Organ Music will be held at St Swithun’s Church in Cannon Square, on Thursday 16th May — the organist being David Butterworth from Nottingham.
The recital begins at 1.00pm and light lunches are available from 12.00pm. Admission is free but there will be a retiring collection.
Future dates will be: read more

Retford Ramblers

8th May 2019
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Retford Ramblers

Retford Ramblers Group are always happy to meet people who would like to join one of their Sunday walks. Experienced walkers or anyone just wanting to give it a try will be made welcome. read more

Songs from the Shipyard

8th May 2019
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Ordsall Parish Hall

Peacock Angell Trio, with a guest on keys, present songs from the Belfast shipyards, based on the poetry of Northern Irish working class poet and dramatist Thomas Carnduff, at Ordsall Parish Hall on Saturday 11th May at 7.30pm.
Peacock Angell perform original music settings of Carnduff’s poems interwoven with biographical excerpts and giving fascinating insights into the world of early 20th century Belfast life. A truly captivating mix of historical, political and personal. read more

Library heritage events

8th May 2019
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Inspire Nottinghamshire Libraries

Explore our local heritage at two upcoming talks at Worksop Library. read more

Retford United Ladies

7th May 2019
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Retford United Ladies

Retford United Ladies need you! Are you over 16 years of age and looking to get fit and have fun? Are you currently playing football or interested in starting? Join Retford United Ladies Football Club. They are currently looking for new players. read more

What’s on at Retford Library

7th May 2019
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Inspire Nottinghamshire Libraries

Monthly Tabletop Gaming Day
Saturday 18th May, 10.00am to 3.00pm
Calling all gamers! Retford Library is inviting you to attend a new style of board gaming. These games come from all over the world and have a different style and playability than the more traditional board. read more

Come for a walk in the countryside

7th May 2019
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Scofton Village Hall

Enjoy a walk in the countryside at the Rogation Walk on Sunday 12th May from 3.00pm at Scofton Village Hall on the Osberton Estate. Rogation-tide is traditionally the time of year when we ask (rogare is ask in Latin) for God’s blessing on the crops. read more