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Kings Park Volunteer Gardeners

8th July 2019
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Kings Park Volunteer Gardeners

Have you been into Kings Park recently? If not, you’re missing a treat. The rose garden is looking fabulous, the flower beds have been newly planted with summer bedding plants and the grass is mown and looking beautiful. Have you ever wondered how many gardeners it takes to keep the park looking this lovely? Well, unbelievably, there are only two, sometimes three. read more

Prince turns on the charm

8th July 2019
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RSPCA Doncaster and Rotherham

Prince is one of the long stay rescue dogs at the RSPCA South Yorkshire Animal Centre. He is a handsome boy, full of energy and life when outside, who loves running around the paddock with his favourite toy — he is also partial to a good snooze in his kennel. Prince has been at the centre for many months and his successful re-homing into a loving home is a priority. read more

Open Gardens in Wellow

5th July 2019
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Community Focus

On Sunday 7th July from 10.00am to 5.00pm, several private gardens on Potter Lane, Wellow, are opening in support of the National Garden Scheme and the nursing charities that it supports. Wellow, formerly Wellah or Welley, from the number of wells, has a green and a famous maypole. Not so well known is the Wellow Dyke, which surrounds the village and can still be seen in some places. read more

Open gardens delight visitors

5th July 2019
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Community Focus

Here in Nottinghamshire we are very fortunate to have a wealth of beautiful gardens and generous garden owners who are willing to open their gardens to visitors and raise money for the National Garden Scheme. It is a win win situation because visiting gardens and spending time in a garden is good for health and wellbeing. Here are the local gardens for you to visit this summer: read more

Retford Majestic Theatre

5th July 2019
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Retford Majestic Theatre

At the Majestic Theatre in July is: read more

The Dukeries Singers

5th July 2019
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The Dukeries Singers

Well, flaming June has come in flaming. We just need some gentle out of hours rain to refresh the dustbowl that is our garden, especially the lawn (just grass). The Dukeries Singers gave a super concert at The Jubilee Hall, Ollerton on 1st June. We had choir songs, ancient and modern, instrumentalists, soloists, duettists, huge enthusiasm, even audience participation and super refreshments. read more

The Screen at Retford Little Theatre

4th July 2019
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The Screen at Retford Little Theatre

The Screen at Retford Little Theatre is pleased to announce, that on Friday 12th July it is showing The Post (12A), starting at 7.30pm. The Washington Post exposes a cover up of Government secrets in a thought provoking, inspiring political thriller starring award winning actors Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. Go along and enjoy a comfortable evening at the theatre, call 07504 717931 from four days before the performance. read more

The Lena Snowden Singers

4th July 2019
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The Lena Snowden Singers

The Lena Snowden Singers present Songs from the Shows on Thursday 11th July, at 7.00pm, in Hallcroft Methodist Church. Tickets cost £7.00 each, to include refreshments. Contact Judy on 01777 707023, Pat on 01777 708253 or Joyce on 01777 700930 for tickets or further information. read more

Ukeleles in Ordsall!

3rd July 2019
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Ordsall Parish Hall

‘Just Us… and our Ukes’, a local ukelele band with vocals, will be performing at Ordsall Parish Hall on Friday 5th July at 7.30pm. The audience will be able to sing along as the band perform songs from the shows and many traditional pieces. ‘Just us…and our Ukes’ have performed at many local venues and are a popular choice for evening entertainment. read more

Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group

3rd July 2019
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Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group

Gerald Price from Woodland Trust gave The Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group a very engaging talk on Friday 7th June. This was the group’s first meeting at their new venue at the Gymnasium, Bassetlaw Hospital, and Gerald was well received. Within a few miles, in any direction, our area is very fortunate to have so much ancient and managed woodland around us. read more