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North Notts Association of National Trust Members

14th November 2018
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North Notts Association of National Trust Members

North Notts Association of National Trust Members extend a warm welcome to all National Trust members, volunteers and staff living in the North Notts area including Retford, Tuxford, Ollerton, Worksop, South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire to join the association and become eligible to attend their winter talks and summer trips. Annual membership costs Single £4.50; Joint £6.00. read more

Road Crash Remembrance Service

14th November 2018
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St John's Church, Scofton

The Road Crash Remembrance Service and Thanksgiving for the work of the emergency services will take place on Sunday 18th November at 3.00pm in St John’s Church, Scofton-with-Osberton (well signed off the Worksop/Retford road). read more

Dance-a-thon

13th November 2018
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Worksop and District MS Society

A 12-hour charity dance-a-thon will take place on 23rd March 2019, at the Carlton-In-Lindrick Civic Centre (Oakham Drive, off Long Lane, S81 9RE). The dance-a-thon costs £15.00 per couple and the proceeds for the event will go to the MS Society. read more

Merry Organ meets Sounding Brass

13th November 2018
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Tickhill Music Society

For the opening concert of its 42nd season, Tickhill Music Society used the splendid surroundings of the Parish Church and the talents of two local musicians — Matthew Pitts on the organ and (for the second half) David Tonkin on the trumpet. read more

Christmas Fair

13th November 2018
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Holy Family School Worksop

You are invited to a Christmas Fair at Holy Family School, Netherton Road, Worksop S80 2SF, on Saturday 17th November, from 12.00pm onwards. Admission costs 20p and stalls include a big raffle, bottle stall, homemade wooden gifts, chocolate tombola, crafts, jewellery, games and much more. Come along and join the festive fun! read more

Research confirms link between tenant complaints and revenge eviction

12th November 2018
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Citizens Advice Bassetlaw

Private renters in England who formally complain about issues such as damp and mould in their home have an almost one-in-two (46%) chance of being issued an eviction notice within six months, according to a report released by Citizens Advice. The charity estimates this has affected about 141,000 tenants since laws attempting to ban revenge evictions were introduced in 2015. read more

Autumn Winds

12th November 2018
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The Crossing Church and Centre

The Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra (NSWO) concert called ‘Autumn Winds’ on Saturday 17th November, 7.30pm at The Crossing (Newcastle Street Worksop S80 2AN), will include some well-known items which include the Dukas ‘Sorcerer’s Apprentice’, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Jupiter’ from Holst’s ‘The Planets’. read more

Worksop Christmas Lights switch-on

9th November 2018
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Community Focus

Worksop’s Christmas lights will be switched on in style this year, with the most spectacular event yet. Following last year’s record-breaking turn out, a high-profile celebrity will be turning on the Bridge Street lights — from the main stage at Market Square (outside Savoy Cinema) – on Saturday 24th November. read more

WWI commemoration

9th November 2018
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Carlton in Lindrick Methodist Church and Centre

Nostalgia presents ‘1918: Keep the Home Fires Burning’ at Carlton in Lindrick Methodist Church and Centre. Join them for a commemoration and celebration of 100 years since the end of WWI on Tuesday 13th November from 2.00pm to 4.00pm. The event will feature reflections, memories and songs from that era. There will be a raffle, and proceeds will go to The Royal British Legion. read more

Salvation Army Worksop Corps Anniversary Weekend

9th November 2018
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Salvation Army Worksop

The Salvation Army at Worksop will start their Corps Anniversary Weekend on Saturday 17th November, led by Commissioners Mike and Joan Parker in their hall on Newcastle Avenue. At 6.00pm on the Saturday there will be a Musical Festival, the admission charge is £5.00 including tea. read more