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Les Francophiles de Tickhill

21st September 2018
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Les Francophiles de Tickhill

Are you interested in France and all things French? Our meetings take the form of visiting and local speakers, social events and activities and are given in English. We meet in the Tickhill Parish Room at 7.30pm, on the first Wednesday of the month. The annual subscription is £15.00. Non-members are charged £3.00 per meeting but this is refundable if you decide to join. read more

Soroptimist International of the Dukeries

20th September 2018
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Soroptimist International of the Dukeries

The Soroptimist International of the Dukeries club has been in existence for over 45 years, providing valuable service throughout this time, particularly within the local community. Among the local charities they have supported are the Bassetlaw and Bluebell Wood Hospices, St Johns Ambulance and the local ‘Singing for the Brain’ Alzheimer’s group, as well as helping at the local Hospital Chapel. read more

Salvation Army Worksop

20th September 2018
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Salvation Army Worksop

The Salvation Army at Worksop have started holding a Praise Meeting on the first Sunday evening of each month at 5.00pm in their hall on Newcastle Avenue. They also hold a family coffee morning every Saturday from 10.00am to 12.00pm and Rainbows is held at the hall on a Monday from 5.00pm to 6.00pm. Find out more on the Salvation Army Worksop Facebook page, www.facebook.com/WorksopSalvationArmy.

What’s on at Oldcotes Village Hall

19th September 2018
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Oldcotes Village Hall

Situated on a roundabout on a very busy road, Oldcotes Village Hall is central to many areas, such as Worksop, Maltby, Bawtry, Tickhill and Harworth/Bircotes. The hall is suitable for many occasions, whether you are self-catering or calling in the experts, or keeping fit and dancing. read more

New Tenants’ Voice

18th September 2018
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Community Focus

My name is Graham Bacon — I am a tenant living in Manton and the A1 Housing tenants’ voice in the Manton community. A tenants’ voice acts as a community representative who shares information and acts as a link to help to improve neighbourhoods as well as A1 Housing Services. read more

Worksop MS Society

18th September 2018
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Worksop MS Society

The Worksop and District MS Society members have just come back from a group holiday to Llandudno. The hotel was fully accessible, the rooms and catering were beautiful, as was the weather. Their Christmas dinner will be at the Shireoaks Inn, Worksop, on 15th December. If anyone with MS or their carers are interested, please give Mary a call on 07833 918847. read more

Ladies only choir raises over £2,000 for local cancer charity

17th September 2018
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Aurora Wellbeing Centre

Members of the Major Oak Pop Choir performed popular songs, old and new, to help raise £2,106 for Aurora Wellbeing Centre in Worksop, a charity that supports people in Bassetlaw affected by cancer. The 80-strong ladies only choir entertained guests at a sold-out charity event, on Saturday 21st July at Retford Town Hall, singing a range of chart hits from the 60s to present day. read more

Retford Bridge Club

17th September 2018
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Retford Bridge Club

Bridge players of all levels of experience are invited to Retford Bridge Club on Tuesday 25th September for a relaxed game of duplicate bridge. A limited number of hands will be played and there will be a coffee break of about 15 minutes. read more

Doncaster Youth Stageband

17th September 2018
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Doncaster Youth Stageband

Can you imagine a group of enthusiastic teenagers with huge musical talents. If so, that’s what Doncaster Youth Stageband is! They play at The Crossing Church and Centre (Newcastle Street, Worksop) on Saturday 22nd September at 7.30pm in the ‘Music @ The Crossing’ concert series. read more

Award winners’ latest production

15th September 2018
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Worksop Light Operatic Society

Regular supporters of the Worksop Light Operatic Society will know what good shows they produce — but now it’s official! They are award winners. At the recent regional meeting for the National Operatic and Dramatic Association, the Society’s sell-out production of ‘Annie’ in May 2017 was awarded the accolade of Best Musical for the Midland Area. Although the members were aware they had been nominated, it was not until the date of the awards ceremony that the winner was announced, just like the Oscars! read more