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Urban ecology talk

7th February 2019
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North Notts Wildlife Trust

Dr Philip Warren of Sheffield University will give a talk about urban ecology at the February meeting of the North Notts Local Group of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. They are very pleased to welcome Dr Warren who is a Professor of Ecology, in the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at the University of Sheffield. read more

Worksop Wonders WI

6th February 2019
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Worksop Wonders WI

If the New Year makes you want to make new friends and have a go at new activates and hobbies, going along to Worksop Wonders WI will be a good start in achieving your aims. This is a warm and welcoming group of ladies who meet at The Crossing on Newcastle Avenue, Worksop on the second Wednesday of each month at 7.00pm. read more

Tickhill Film Society

6th February 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 the British WWII drama ‘Darkest Hour’ starring Gary Oldman as Churchill, on Wednesday 13th February, followed by the British romantic drama ‘Finding Your Feet’ starring Imelda Staunton, on Wednesday 20th February. read more

Hospice Tea Bar Volunteers wanted

5th February 2019
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Bassetlaw Hospice

Bassetlaw Hospice are looking for friendly outgoing people to join their team of tea bar volunteers based in the Out Patients Department of Retford Hospital. All the money raised is in aid of Bassetlaw Hospice. The tea bar provides a selection of drinks and biscuits and also sells a small range of donated merchandise. read more

Blyth Players

4th February 2019
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Blyth Players

See Blyth Players present their pantomime Aladdin at the Barnby Memorial Hall in Blyth from 7th to 10th February.
Join Aladdin for a fun filled magical adventure in Old Peking as he bids to save the beautiful Princess Mandarin from the clutches of the wicked Abanazar! read more

2019 Retford Half Marathon and Family Fun Run

4th February 2019
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Retford Athletics Club

Local club, amateur and fun runners are being encouraged to sign up for the 2019 Retford Half Marathon which is taking place on Sunday 10th March. The annual event which is organised by Retford Athletic and Running Club, and also includes a popular family fun run, attracts around 1,000 entrants each year including local runners, and many from across Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and further afield. read more

Tickhill Music Society concert

4th February 2019
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Tickhill Music Society concert

Most people have heard of Scrooge, even if they have never read ‘A Christmas Carol’ or any other work of Charles Dickens. What is certain is that they have never experienced the story in the form of a folk opera, which is what was presented to Tickhill Music Society by the group calling itself Green Matthews and Guest (Chris Green, Sophie Matthews and Jude Rees). read more

Be Cancer Safe

4th February 2019
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Aurora Wellbeing Centre

Starting in April 2018, the Be Cancer Safe project has had great success in engaging with Bassetlaw locals and working with these individuals to become champions of their community. Designed specifically to create a self-sustaining cancer prevention movement, the Be Cancer Safe movement hopes to combat Bassetlaw’s higher than the national average rates of cancer diagnosis and improve general awareness of screening as the number of people attending screening appointments is lower than the national average. read more

Making Worksop a town that people want to visit

3rd February 2019
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Bassetlaw District Council

One of Britain’s leading town centre experts and a co-author of the Grimsey Review will be supporting a new Town Commission whose aim is to make Worksop a town that people want to go to. Matthew Hopkinson, co-founder of data advisory company Didobi and a co-author of the 2013 and 2018 Grimsey Reviews into Britain’s High Streets, has been working with Bassetlaw District Council on a new evidence based and community led approach to turning around Worksop and the Town Centre. read more

What’s on at Worksop Library

1st February 2019
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Inspire Nottinghamshire Libraries

FAMILY THEATRE
Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company Presents: The Elves and The Shoemaker
Saturday 2nd February, 11.00am
Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company make a welcome return to Worksop Library with their newest production. Who is making the beautiful shoes for the kind shoemaker and his wife? And what might they want in return? The Elves and The Shoemaker is a magical retelling of the much-loved Brothers Grimm fairytale about kindness and the joy we get from helping each other. Expect a show filled with fun and warmth as well as music, singing and plenty of chances to join in. This is suitable for children aged three to eight. Tickets cost £3.00 for library members and £6.00 for non-library members. Booking is advised. read more