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North Notts Writing Competition

29th June 2019
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North Notts Literary Festival

The North Notts Writing Competition (formerly Short Story Competition) opened to entries on Saturday 1st June and closes at midnight on Wednesday 31st July. The theme this year is the Chesterfield Canal and Bassetlaw’s industrial heritage, there are three categories: read more

Parkinson’s UK

28th June 2019
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Parkinson’s UK Bassetlaw Branch

56 members attended the June meeting of the Bassetlaw branch of Parkinson’s UK and enjoyed a splendid presentation by Doctor Fiona McKeviit (Consultant Neurologist), about Parkinson’s disease and its treatments. The presentation was very well received and was an informative afternoon for members who express their thanks are extended to Dr McKevitt for her talk and for answering a multitude of questions afterwards. read more

Worksop Life June 2019 competition winners!

27th June 2019
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Competitions

Congratulations to our competition winners from our June 2019 edition! read more

Glorious open gardens in June

20th June 2019
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Community Focus

Did you know that the National Garden Scheme donated £3 million pounds last year to charitable beneficiaries, this money was raised by the tireless efforts of individual garden owners generously opening their gardens for the public to enjoy. The garden entry fee and monies raised from the sale of refreshments all go towards the funds.
The local gardens for you to visit in June are: read more

Summer Fair and Flower Festival

20th June 2019
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St Mary's Church, Norton Cuckney

St Mary’s PCC in conjunction with St Winifred’s PCC are holding an Annual Summer Fair on Saturday 20th July, from 11.00am to 4.00pm at St Mary’s Church, Norton Cuckney. There will be a variety of stalls selling crafts, locally made produce and preserves. Light refreshments will be available all day, including strawberries and cream, served in Cuckney Village Hall where the Summer Raffle tickets will be on sale and the draw will take place at 3.30pm. read more

Summer Fayre

19th June 2019
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The Crossing Church and Centre

This year’s Summer Fayre at The Crossing will be on Saturday 29th June, from 9.00am to 1.00pm and promises family fun and laughter. Browse the many different craft stalls and games, including the win a prize every time tombola and there will be refreshments for sale. If you would like to have a stall, please contact The Crossing on 01909 473375. read more

Worksop Archaeological and Local History Society

18th June 2019
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Worksop Archaeological and Local History Society

The subject for the April meeting of Worksop Archaeological and Local History Society was ‘The Worksop we have Lost’, when members were shown photographs of many old buildings and areas in Worksop from the 1960s prior to demolition or alterations. read more

Friendly Bridge

17th June 2019
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Retford Bridge Club

Bridge players of all levels of experience are invited to Retford Bridge Club on Tuesday 25th June, 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. No partner is required as one will be found on the evening if you come alone: however, if you do come without a partner, please give Sandy or Mike a call to check there is a host available. read more

Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

17th June 2019
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Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

Declan Poole, the winner of the Young Theatre Organist of the Year, will play for the Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts on Sunday 23rd June at 2.30pm. Everyone is invited to what promises to be a very special event. Entry is £6.00 for members and senior citizens and for any non-member it is £7.00. Children under 12 gain free entry with an accompanying adult. read more

Friends of Bassetlaw Museum

16th June 2019
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Friends of Bassetlaw Museum

The Friends of Bassetlaw Museum was formed five years ago with the view to supporting the museum financially and promoting the museum within the community. During that time members have enjoyed several talks on such diverse subjects as corn dollies, beer in wartime and the history of bricks, to name but a few. read more