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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

10th December 2018
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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

The festive season is upon us and the North Notts Local Group of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, has a programme of events to cheer up the darkness of December and see you through to the bright months of spring. First is the group’s Social and Quiz Night on Thursday 13th December. read more

Ryton Chorale

10th December 2018
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Ryton Chorale

Ryton Chorale’s Christmas concert will be on Monday 17th December, in Worksop Priory Church, at 7.00pm. Worksop Youth Choir will be joining Ryton Chorale for a performance of Wassail by Alexander L’Estrange. It is a recently composed work of folk inspired Christmas songs for the festive season and includes well known carols. read more

Tuesday Pop In Group

8th December 2018
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Tuesday Pop In Group

At the October meeting of the Tuesday ‘Pop In’ Group at Carlton in Lindrick Methodist Church and Centre, members took part in a ‘Speed Painting’ session. Everyone had great fun and took home their masterpieces. On Tuesday 11th December, Nostalgia will present their Christmas concert, ‘More Magical Moments from the Musicals’, from 2.00pm to 4.00pm. read more

The Crossing at Christmas

7th December 2018
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The Crossing Church and Centre

Join in the fun and fellowship at this special time of year at The Crossing Church and Centre in Worksop. Advent services will be held on Sundays at 10.15am on the 9th, 16th and 23rd December.
You are also invited to: read more

Worksop Wonders WI

7th December 2018
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Worksop Wonders WI

With the end of the year approaching, we can reflect that Worksop Wonders WI has enjoyed another successful and active year. The group’s monthly meetings are held at the Crossing on Newcastle Avenue on the second Wednesday of each month, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm. The meetings usually feature guest speakers on a vast range of subjects. read more

Ruby’s mum launches Light up a Life appeal

7th December 2018
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Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice

A Worksop woman helped by a charity during the toughest time of her life has helped launch its ‘Light up a Life’ appeal for Christmas. Kelly Williams is asking people to dedicate a snowflake to the memory of a loved one and help families supported by Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. read more

Santa’s Grotto fundraising event

7th December 2018
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Royal British Legion Creswell Branch

Take your children along to Santa’s Grotto at the Creswell Church Rooms on Saturday 8th December from 3.00pm to 6.00pm. Tickets cost £1.50 each and the event is a fundraiser for the Creswell branch of the Royal British Legion.
There will also be a tombola, hook-a-duck, a lucky dip and other stalls. Tickets are available from Limestone House. read more

Oasis Community Centre Winter Wonderland

6th December 2018
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Oasis Community Centre

Enjoy the Winter Wonderland event at the Oasis Community Centre, Kilton, Worksop S81 0DE, on Saturday 8th December from 1.00pm to 4.00pm. There will be lots to do, including over 30 stalls all for your last minute Christmas gifts, and Santa arrives at 1.30pm, after which you can visit him in his grotto. read more

Carols by Candlelight

6th December 2018
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Now Church Worksop

Join Now Church, Sparken Hill, Worksop on 9th December at 3.00pm, for carols by candlelight. There will be the Salvation Army Brass Band mixed with their own Now Church band, as well as festive treats and a visit from Santa. It promises to be festive fun for all of the family. read more

HMP Lindholme seeks volunteers

5th December 2018
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HMP Lindholme

HMP Lindholme is 10 miles east of Doncaster, a Category C working prison and has around 1,000 prisoners. Members perform vital roles for the minister/public, offering unbiased oversight of HMP Lindholme. Members are unpaid but claim costs for travel and financial loss. This very rewarding role includes duties of; monitoring fairness and humanity, the range/adequacy of programmes, taking prisoner applications, raising concerns with the governor and reporting annually to the minister. read more