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Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

19th November 2019
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Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

Do you like dancing or just listening to organ music? Then join Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts on the fourth weekend of every month for a dance on Saturday night and then an organ concert on Sunday. Saturday dancing is from 7.30pm to 11.00pm for £5.00 (licensed bar). read more

East Markham Cinema

19th November 2019
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East Markham Cinema

East Markham Cinema takes place in the village hall, with the licenced bar opening up at 7.00pm and films starting at 7.30pm. There are also other refreshments available such as hot dogs, other snacks and ice cream. Tickets are £3.50 on the door. Future showings will be: read more

Christmas in Rampton

19th November 2019
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Rampton Village Hall

RECYCLED CRAFT WORKSHOP
Make and take away vintage decorations, from items such as natural twig trees and vintage and recycled button decorations, on Saturday 16th November, from 2.00pm to 4.00pm. Tickets cost £10.00 from Martin Cree at 07471 877504 or villagehall@ramptonandwoodbeck-pc.gov.uk. read more

Lindrick Players act dead

19th November 2019
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Lindrick Players

Lindrick Players’ latest production, Acting Dead — a quirky comedy set within a church hall with four resident ghosts — was a successful directing debut for Sam Caudwell. The ghosts, Milton (Sarah Edgar) a Victorian actor manager, complete in Highland costume, died by drunkenly falling on his sword whilst performing MacBeth, Katherine (Helen Stephenson) a Tudor innkeeper’s wife who was acquainted with ‘Willy’ Shakespeare, Doris (Helene Sprowell) a no-nonsense housewife, blown up in 1942 trying to fix her gas cooker, and Roberta (Jenny Stephenson) who recently died in a car accident on a nearby road. read more

Dunham on Trent Christmas events

18th November 2019
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Dunham on Trent Village Hall

Dunham on Trent Village Hall Christmas Fair takes place on Saturday 23rd November, from 2.00pm to 4.00pm. There will be crafts, a tombola, refreshments and more. To have a stall, tables cost £5.00, and for further information please email dunhamgaladay@gmail.com or call 07840 974344. read more

World Mental Health Day marked in Retford

18th November 2019
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Muddy Fork

Muddy Fork, Retford’s Gardening for Wellbeing charity, this year once more highlighted World Mental Health Day, 10th October, with a Community Engagement event held at The Well. 29 people attended the event, Muddy Fork supporters, people working in the field of mental health, and six Muddy Fork representatives. read more

Dad launches children’s book to raise funds for premature daughter’s hospital

18th November 2019
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Community Focus

A Worksop dad whose daughter was born seven weeks prematurely has launched a children’s picture storybook, to raise funds for the hospital who cared for her. The Boy Who Lost His Burp tells the story of Charlie, a little boy with a great talent for burping, who suddenly finds himself in a bit of a jam when a very strange thing happens. read more

Major Oak Pop Choir

18th November 2019
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Major Oak Pop Choir

The ever-popular Major Oak Pop Choir will be appearing at Retford Town Hall on Saturday 23rd November at 7.00pm. All proceeds from the concert will be in aid of Bassetlaw Hospice. With more than 50 members, this amazing choir will be performing a varied selection of music all connected with the movies. Tickets are £6.00 each and are available from The Appeal Office, Jubilee Courtyard, Retford 01777 710444 or email debbie@bassetlawhospice.org. read more

Summer Reading Challenge Awards

18th November 2019
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Misterton Library

22 children in Misterton completed the Summer Reading Challenge this year — reading at least six books during the summer holiday — and were presented with their certificates and medals on Saturday 21st September, at Misterton Library. Congratulations to them all! read more

North and South Wheatley Local History Group

18th November 2019
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North and South Wheatley Local History Group

At their September meeting the North and South Wheatley Group welcomed Mick Rawle who had researched his grandmother’s activities in the early 1900s. His talk was extremely interesting and detailed and it went way beyond the summary we have space for here. read more