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Thanks from RSPCA

15th February 2019
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RSPCA Doncaster and Rotherham

Last year, RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch, spent over 18,500 hours caring for animals taken to them in need; they found homes for over 870 domestic animals and cared for over 350 wildlife; all of which was made possible by generous donations, whether in the form of time, money or items for their shops. read more

The Royal British Legion Retford and District Branch

14th February 2019
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The Royal British Legion Retford and District Branch

First of all, very best wishes to everyone for 2019. 2018 proved to be a memorable year for the Royal British Legion and especially for the members of the local branch. Two of its members took part in the GP90 event which saw them march to the Menin Gate in Ypres along with members from all over the country in remembrance of those who fell in WWI and also to mirror the march that took place in 1928. read more

Grove (Retford) WI

14th February 2019
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Grove (Retford) WI

The members of Grove (Retford) WI are always pleased to welcome visitors to their meetings. They meet at Hallcroft Community Centre on Thursday afternoons, monthly, from 2.00pm to 5.00pm and a copy of their 2019 programme is printed below. Please go along and meet them. read more

Citizens Advice Bassetlaw can help you cut energy bills and save you money

13th February 2019
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Citizens Advice Bassetlaw

Citizens Advice Bassetlaw, is a local charity who can provide independent, confidential and free advice to local people who may need extra support with their energy bills, particularly the elderly or those on low incomes. This advice is called Energy Best Deal extra (EBDx). read more

Happy New Year from Retford Lions

13th February 2019
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Retford Lions Club

Retford Lions hope the new year brings you all health and happiness. Like everyone, Lions enjoy the Christmas and New Year break. In fact, after the efforts during December bringing Santa’s Sleigh for the children, they probably need the rest! Much effort was put in by Lions and helpers who gave up their time on rather cool evenings to attend Santa’s Sleigh and help collections. read more

Retford Bowling Green

12th February 2019
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Retford Bowling Green

The festive season is well and truly over, but one or two things will linger long in the memory for Retford Bowling Green members. The Christmas Party was well attended, with the usual mix of food, drink, some games and an obligatory quiz and I can give you a little snippet from that — Question — Beginning with C what is the newest city in England? read more

Village Harmony

12th February 2019
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Village Harmony

Village Harmony resumed rehearsals at the beginning of January, refreshed and relaxed after its Christmas break. The choir is preparing for its next concert which is a Valentine’s-themed afternoon, in Sturton Village Hall on Saturday 16th February at 2.00pm. There will be lots of romantic, lovey dovey songs and the hall will be decorated in a colourful Valentine’s theme. read more

Dukeries Community Band

12th February 2019
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Dukeries Community Band

The Dukeries Community Band are delighted to announce a Band Playalong Day which will take place on Saturday 9th March at the Dukeries Academy, New Ollerton. The Playalong will be open to woodwind, brass and percussion players of grade 3 and above and is open to students of secondary school age and adults. read more

Retford Men’s Probus Club

11th February 2019
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Retford Men’s Probus Club

Retford Men’s Probus Club has been running since 1971. Their meetings take place at the Westhill Community Centre, Ordsall at 10.00am every other Friday. If you would like to go along to one of their meetings, please see www.retfordmensprobusclub.org.uk. read more

Debut at swim meet

11th February 2019
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Bassetlaw Swim Squad

Bassetlaw Swim Squad is making its Swim England Winter Meet debut. The squad’s Jessica Gillatt, of Retford Swimming Club and Bubble Design, is taking part in the 100m BR while Lucy Gratton of Worksop College and Worksop Dolphins is competing in the 100m individual medley. They are two of more than 850 swimmers to compete in the event, which sees 160 clubs take part from across the country. read more