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Ryton Chorale

14th March 2019
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Ryton Chorale

Ryton Chorale is presenting something different in March — an auction in on Friday 29th March in St Saviour’s Community Hall, Welham Road, Retford. Up for bids will be promises by choir members of a variety of lots including a special venue visit, lawn mowing, a ready-made meal and greetings card packs with original art work. read more

Shireoaks WI

13th March 2019
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Shireoaks WI

February’s meeting of Shireoaks and District WI was entitled ‘A Global Journey through Percussion’ by Giant-Singh Suwali, who played different drums from different countries, mainly in and around Africa and involved audience participation. March’s meeting will be the group’s birthday meeting on 21st March. Follow them on Facebook to find out more. read more

RSPCA bags £3,500 from Tesco

13th March 2019
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RSPCA Doncaster and Rotherham

RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch is delighted to announce it has bagged £3,500 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community grant scheme. Bags of Help is run in partnership with environmental charity Groundwork, and sees grants awarded to thousands of local community projects every year. Since launching in 2015, it has provided more than £67 million to over 21,000 good causes. read more

Worksop Photography Club exhibition

12th March 2019
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Worksop Photography Club

Worksop Photographic Club would like to invite the public of Worksop, to a fantastic opportunity to see the best and the most outstanding digital images, from hobbyist photographers from the whole of the Midlands region. The event takes place at the Worksop Cricket and Sports Club, which is in the centre of Worksop on Central Avenue, Worksop S80 1EN, starting at 7.30pm on Wednesday 20th March. read more

Tickhill Film Society

12th March 2019
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Tickhill Film Society

Tickhill Film Society will be showing feature-length films in Tickhill Parish Room on the third and last Wednesdays of the month, with doors opening at 6.30pm and films starting at 7.00pm. They will be showing coming of age drama ‘Lady Bird’ starring Saoirse Ronan, on Wednesday 20th March, followed by a recent French romantic drama, on Wednesday 27th March. read more

Have you heard the rumours?

12th March 2019
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Dukeries Theatre Group

The morning after a drunken party; a mysterious woman in the bedroom, a bag of used notes in the fridge. So begins Dukeries Theatre Group’s latest offering, the fast paced farce According to Rumour by Robert Scott. Carter, the party host faces multiple complications as he attempts to work out what happened the night before. read more

Worksop Society of Artists

11th March 2019
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Worksop Society of Artists

Worksop Society of Artists will be hosting a demonstration on the evening of Tuesday 19th March at the Cricket Club Worksop from 7.00pm to 9.00pm. The artist for the evening is Paul Dene Marlor and his subject will be ‘Watercolour Animals’. The demonstration is open to anyone, there’s a fee of £4.00 on entry. Refreshments will be available at the interval. read more

Anston Male Voice Choir

10th March 2019
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Anston Male Voice Choir

Anston Male Voice Choir are holding an open evening designed to allow male singers to experience how the choir works. This will be held on 23rd May, at 7.30pm and the choir seeks people in the reachable area of their practice venue, South Anston Methodist Church. read more

Worksop Folk Dance Group

8th March 2019
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Worksop Folk Dance Group

The year started badly for Worksop Folk Dance Group, with the suspension of dancing for all of January. However, 5th February got the group off to a great start. They meet at the Kilton Forest/Larwood Community Centre on Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.45pm. A warm welcome will be given to any new dancers who would like to join them and try to find a new hobby. read more

Getting online

7th March 2019
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Clarborough and Welham IT Group

Over the past five years, older age groups have increasingly started using the internet. However, with over four million over 65s in the UK having never used the internet, the majority of senior citizens lack the basic computer skills commonplace today. read more