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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

Milton Mausoleum Christmas events

16th November 2019
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Friends of Milton Mausoleum

The Friends of Milton Mausoleum welcome you to seasonal event of music with Ringers and Singers, on Saturday 7th December, from 2.00pm to 3.00pm. Doors open at 1.30pm. There will be mulled wine and mince pies and a raffle. There is no charge for this event, however donations would be most welcome. Please note that places must be reserved in advance by contacting 01777 248310, 07791 527569 or 07708 042065, or milton.mausoleum@outlook.com. read more

Warsop Inner Wheel Club Afternoon Tea

15th November 2019
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Warsop Inner Wheel Club

The members of The Inner Wheel Club of Warsop had a lovely afternoon with friends from the district at an afternoon tea fundraiser, raising funds for breast cancer care and The Oakland’s. As well as a lovely afternoon tea, they were entertained by local crime writer Trevor Negus who spoke about his journey from crime fighter to crime writer. A lovely afternoon was had by all. read more

Isaac Newton clock unveiled at Museum of Timekeeping

14th November 2019
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The Museum of Timekeeping

The Museum of Timekeeping’s Viscount Alan Midleton and six other trustees hosted 30 guests at Upton Hall for the unveiling of a replica of a water clock, which had originally been created by Sir Isaac Newton as a teenager. Guests included Councillor Kevin Rostance (Chairman, Nottinghamshire County Council), Councillor Patience Uloma Ifediora (Sheriff of Nottingham), Councillor Robert Crowe (Chairman, Newark and Sherwood District Council), Councillor Rita Crowe (Newark and Sherwood District Council), Councillor Adam Stokes (Mayor of Grantham), Councillor Irene Brown (Mayor of Newark), Councillor Lyn Harris (Chairman, Southwell Town Council) and the Venerable Nicola Sullivan (Dean of Southwell). read more

Edwinstowe and Dukeries Lions have pride

13th November 2019
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Edwinstowe and Dukeries Lions

The Edwinstowe and Dukeries Lions are a small band of people who are proud and, in the past, a very quiet club but as they say still waters run deep, and they have been working hard organising many fundraising activities and contributions to help the local community. read more

Campaign to combat fly-tipping blight

12th November 2019
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Newark and Sherwood District Council

A major new campaign is being proposed to crackdown on the scourge of fly-tipping in Newark and Sherwood, with the equivalent weight of 30 double decker buses being dumped in the district every year. Councillors will consider ramping up action to catch and punish offenders in order to combat the unsightly and costly problem with incidents of illegal dumping on the increase and running at nearly four a day. read more

North Notts Association of National Trust Members

12th November 2019
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North Notts Association of National Trust Members

North Notts Association of National Trust Members have a full calendar of meetings planned for the next six months. read more

Dukeries Third Age Group

11th November 2019
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Dukeries Third Age Group

Dukeries Third Age Group meetings are held on the third Monday of every month at 1.00pm in the Jubilee Hall, Wellow Road, Ollerton. The November meeting will take place on Monday 18th November, when the speaker will be Bob Reed, whose talk is entitled ‘We need to talk about toilets’. read more

The Dukeries Community Workshop

8th November 2019
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Dukeries Community Workshop

The Dukeries Community Workshop is a fully equipped workshop run by local volunteers for their community, offering supervised and tutored sessions in the following crafts: read more

Major Oak Pop Choir

8th November 2019
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Major Oak Pop Choir

The Major Oak Pop Choir is an adult choir, exclusively for ladies. Based in Edwinstowe, there are no auditions to join, and you don’t even have to be able to read music. Choir members come from all walks of life and go along to rehearsals each week to enjoy friendship, fun, and to share a love of singing popular chart hits, old and new. read more