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Frack Free Tinker Lane and Frack Free Mission

15th April 2019
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Frack Free Tinker Lane

To the delight of the locals in Blyth and Barnby Moor, the Tinker Lane fracking site is now plugged from top to bottom with concrete and abandoned and preparations are being made to fully restore the site. The protester camp at Barnby Moor is fully restored, with locals commenting that it is in better condition than it was before. read more

Retford Farmers’ Market

14th April 2019
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Notts Farmers Markets

Did you realise that you have a Farmers’ Market in Retford? It has been running continuously on the third Saturday of every month since Autumn 2000, from 8.30am to approximately 1.00pm. At the moment, the Farmers’ stalls are to be found near to Argos in the Market Place. read more

International Representation for Bassetlaw Swim Squad

12th April 2019
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Bassetlaw Swim Squad

Bassetlaw Swim Squad have proudly produced a swimmer who, at just 12 years of age, is now competing and winning medals internationally — despite having only been established in the sport 18 months ago. Local girl Marija Romanovskaja has already competed overseas. She has just returned from Lithuania where she competed in the National Winter Championships in the U-15s age group despite being just 12 years old. read more

Worksop Railway Café commemorates International Women’s Day

11th April 2019
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North Notts and Lincs Community Rail Partnership

Friends of Worksop Station member, Richard Allsopp, seems to have an endless knowledge about Worksop Railway Station and, to commemorate International Women’s Day on Friday 7th March, he was able to produce two historic photographs of women porters. read more

Worksop Society of Artists

10th April 2019
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Worksop Society of Artists

Worksop Society of Artists will be holding an exhibition and sale of work at the Discovery Centre, Clumber Park, Worksop from 1st to 29th April. The exhibition is open every day from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Entry to the exhibition is free but normal prices apply to enter the National Trust park. read more

Worksop Archaeological and Local Historical Society

9th April 2019
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Worksop Archaeological and Local Historical Society

Surprisingly, to say the Worksop Archaeological and Local Historical Society was founded in 1958 and has been running ever since, not a lot of people are aware of its existence. It has met every fourth Thursday of the month, originally in the old Worksop Library (now Aurora Wellbeing) and their meetings are presently held at the Station Hotel, Worksop. read more

Anston Male Voice Choir at The Crossing Church and Centre

9th April 2019
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The Crossing Church and Centre

On Saturday 13th April at 7.30pm, Anston Male Voice Choir and special guests Thurcroft Welfare Band perform a benefit concert at The Crossing Church and Centre, Newcastle Street, Worksop. The Crossing is one of the town centre’s most extensively used community facilities and proceeds from the concert will support the refurbishment of its AV facilities. read more

North Notts Association of National Trust Members

9th April 2019
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North Notts Association of National Trust Members

North Notts Association of National Trust Members extends a warm welcome to all National Trust members, volunteers and staff living in the North Nottinghamshire area to join the association and become eligible to attend the winter talks and summer trips arranged each year. read more

Whitwell WI

8th April 2019
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Whitwell WI

At the February meeting of Whitwell WI, the speaker was John Lower, who gave a slideshow and talk about the Chesterfield Canal. Members heard all about its history, trips you can do now, and also the plans for the future. Everyone received a booklet telling them ‘what’s on’, and how to sup-port the project, be it by volunteering and/or joining the society. read more

Bassetlaw is warming up for ‘Miles in May’

8th April 2019
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Community Focus

Local people and organisations are being encouraged to complete 26 miles — the equivalent of a marathon — throughout the month of May. In this Bassetlaw-wide initiative, people can complete their ‘Miles in May’ through walking, swimming, cycling, running, rowing or a mixture. The aim is to get Bassetlaw people moving more, and gaining the many benefits of physical activity for wellbeing. read more