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WIN tickets to Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs!

31st October 2018
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Mansfield Palace Theatre

Mansfield Palace Theatre is bringing Sue Holderness to the town, as the villain in this year’s Christmas pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky reader. To be in with a chance of winning the tickets for the performance on Thursday 6th December,  email your details to competitions@sherwoodlife.com. read more

Do you want to volunteer?

31st October 2018
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Citizens Advice Newark and Sherwood

Citizens Advice Sherwood and Newark is an independent local charity and it is looking for new people to join its group of valued volunteers.  The charity provides a trusted advice service to the people of Newark and Sherwood District. The advice it provides is independent, impartial, confidential and free. read more

Laxton History Group

30th October 2018
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Laxton History Group

Laxton History Group has moved into temporary accommodation in Egmanton Village Hall for the duration of Lottery-funded improvements to its home in Laxton. The group’s popular Craft Fayre will go ahead as usual on Saturday 3rd November, but due to the hall being in use in the morning, it will run from 2.00pm to 4.30pm this year. There is off road parking at this venue. read more

Ollerton WI

29th October 2018
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Ollerton WI

Ollerton WI held their October meeting, when the speaker was Paul Vickers talking about the ‘History of Magic’, which was very well attended. Not only was there magic, Paul was extremely funny and made members’ faces ache with laughter. The November speaker will be John Whitfield talking about ‘The Mitford’ and the competition will be an item of clothing from the 1930s. read more

Sherwood’s Favourite Volunteer Award

29th October 2018
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Community Focus

For National Volunteers Week, in our June edition, we asked for you to put forward your nominees for Sherwood’s Favourite Volunteer, supported by Ivy Green Floral Design. We heard some lovely stories about unsung heroes volunteering locally — it was difficult for us to pick one winner but there was one story that really stood out. read more

Dukeries Community Workshop

26th October 2018
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Dukeries Community Workshop

Pete Shipman and Loz Woolley signed up just a year ago to the Friday morning stick making group at the Dukeries Community Workshop in New Ollerton. They entered the ‘Novice Stick Making’ Class at the 2018 Chatsworth Show and came away with three rosettes. Well done lads, a great achievement. read more

Welbeck Craft Fair

17th October 2018
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Lady Margaret Hall, Welbeck

There will be a huge variety of handmade goods available to buy at a Craft Fair at the Lady Margaret Hall, Welbeck (off the A60, Worksop to Cuckney road) on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th October, from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Refreshments will be available and all proceeds will be donated to Oaklands Home for the Disabled in Warsop. read more

New home is a great success

16th October 2018
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Dukeries Woodturning Society

The Dukeries Woodturning Society’s move to the Jubilee Hall, Ollerton has proven to be a huge success. New members have joined to swell the numbers and they have discovered how interesting the demonstrators are, especially with more room to sit comfortably, an unobstructed view of the lathe and a great system to enable everyone to have a turner’s eye view. read more

Inner Wheel Club of Warsop

15th October 2018
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Inner Wheel Club of Warsop

Craft and Crumpet
Some might say that the modern-day ‘Inner Wheel’ lady, can find it quite a challenge in today’s hectic and demanding world, to get a healthy work-life balance, and that goes for the retired ladies among the group too. read more

Let’s Misbehave! Murder Mystery Players

14th October 2018
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Let’s Misbehave! Murder Mystery Players

Our local murder mystery ‘am-dram’ group are returning again this autumn/winter to local restaurants with a brand-new murder mystery whodunit — ‘A Platform for Murder’. As always, there will be plenty of laughs and innuendo; as you, the audience, enjoy a delicious meal whilst trying to work out who did in fact push Miss Fay Tality onto the line in front of an oncoming train. read more