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Energy bills help from Citizens Advice

2nd February 2019
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Citizens Advice Newark and Sherwood

If you have been wondering whether you could save money, or you are unhappy with your energy supplier, now is the time to do something about it. If you are dreading a big bill or your energy supplier has increased your direct debit payments — Citizens Advice Sherwood and Newark could help you get a better deal. read more

Snowdrop heaven

1st February 2019
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National Garden Scheme

Outstanding local snowdrop gardens will open for the National Garden Scheme’s fourth Snowdrop Festival in February, giving visitors a warm welcome, as well as spectacular previews of spring. read more

The Arts Society Dukeries

1st February 2019
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The Arts Society Dukeries

The meeting of The Arts Society Dukeries on Wednesday 6th February, will be a lecture by Anthea Streeter on ‘Dame Zaha Hadid’. Before her untimely death in 2016, Dame Zaha Hadid was one of the most distinguished architects in the world. She was also a talented designer. read more

Newark and Sherwood Sports Awards

31st January 2019
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Community Focus

Top sportspeople in the district have been recognised in the annual Newark and Sherwood Sports Awards. read more

Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group

31st January 2019
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Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group

2018 was a busy and pleasant year for Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group and members enjoyed theatre trips, days out by coach and a river trip with afternoon tea. At their meeting on Friday 4th January (the AGM), a report was read out, regarding the busy year in 2018 and, sadly, the resignation of chairman Chris Coldwell. read more

Visit your local theatre in 2019!

31st January 2019
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Mansfield Palace Theatre

There’s something for everyone scheduled in the new season at Mansfield Palace Theatre — from nippers to nannas, and everything in between! Music fans will be excited by the five tribute evenings planned, plus original artists The Searchers, appear as part of their farewell tour on 14th March and Showaddywaddy are back by popular demand on 29th March. read more

Edwinstowe Historical Society

22nd January 2019
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Edwinstowe Historical Society

At a well-attended meeting in November, Edwinstowe Historical Society members and visitors enjoyed an illustrated talk by Kevin Murphy about the Prisoner of War Camp system and the part played by Edwinstowe’s camp. Prisoners of War were detained in camps which reflected their risk to the nation. Some of the local camps were at Welbeck Abbey, Rufford Abbey, Boughton, Carburton, Norton Cuckney, and Edwinstowe where the camp was sited to the north of the village cricket ground on the edge of the forest. read more

Edwinstowe Hospice Support Group

21st January 2019
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Edwinstowe Hospice Support Group

The Edwinstowe Hospice Support Group members were very pleased that their fundraising throughout 2018, enabled them to donate a further £6,000 to The John Eastwood Hospice, at their coffee morning on Saturday 24th November. Hospice Trustee Helen Gregory received the cheque and thanked everyone for their continued support and the group, in turn, thank all helpers and supporters. read more

The Arts Society Dukeries

17th January 2019
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The Arts Society Dukeries

2018 was a momentous year for The Arts Society Dukeries. Their name was changed from The National Decorative and Fine Arts Society, they changed their venue, they changed from meeting on a Wednesday afternoon to a Wednesday morning and, last but certainly not least, in July they celebrated the Golden Jubilee of The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS). read more

Living a life free from harm and abuse

16th January 2019
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Nottinghamshire Independent Domestic Abuse Services

Nottinghamshire Independent Domestic Abuse Service (NIDAS) hosted a celebration AGM for families and key stakeholders at the Create Theatre, West Nottinghamshire College in November 2018. Over 40 people, including local businesses and charities, crown prosecution service, law firms, staff, volunteers and friends of NIDAS attended an evening of dance, drama and music performed by families who have accessed support services. read more