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Summer voices and violins at The Crossing

4th June 2019
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The Crossing Church and Centre

The Crossing on Newcastle Street, Worksop (S80 2AT) welcomes North Notts Chamber Choir and the Sarentino String Quartet on Saturday 8th June at 7.30pm. The Choir’s musical director, Timothy Uglow, has designed an excellent programme which also includes contributions by senior music scholars of Worksop College. read more

Sheffield Children’s Hospital needs your help!

3rd June 2019
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Sheffield Children's Hospital Charity

Could you help make Sheffield Children’s Hospital an even more extraordinary place? At nearly 150 years old, the hospital has been on Western Bank since 1878 and is one of only four dedicated children’s hospital trusts in the UK. It provides care for children and young people ranging from community and mental health care as well as acute and specialist services. read more

Whitwell Local History Group

3rd June 2019
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Whitwell Local History Group

Whitwell Local History Group meets every Tuesday, at 7.00pm in Whitwell Community Centre, when all are welcome. The programme for June is as follows: read more

Worksop Support Group for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice

3rd June 2019
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Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice

Worksop Support Group for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice are holding a fundraising Fashion Show at the Worksop Cricket Club, on Wednesday 5th June at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5.00. It will be run by SOS Charity Fashion Shows. There will be plenty of choice from the high street fashions. For further information and for tickets, please contact 01909 478533 or call in at the BBW Charity Shop on Bridge Street. read more

Worksop’s Got Talent auditions

2nd June 2019
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Worksop's Got Talent

Multi award-winning charity talent show Worksop’s Got Talent is back for a fourth year, and auditions begin in June. This year’s show, on Friday 1st November, at North Notts Arena, will be hosted by Coronation Street actress, Kym Marsh and TV star, Sam Reece, for a second year running. read more

Beehive Folk Club

2nd June 2019
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The Beehive Folk Club

Mick Ryan and Pete Harris will be the guests at The Beehive Folk Club Harthill on 7th June, and tickets cost £10.00 each. Please contact Peter Garratt on 0114 2352850 or email garratt-p@sky.com. Mick is well known on the folk scene as a fine singer of traditional original material. Throughout the eighties he was seen at clubs and festivals as lead singer with the very popular ‘Crows’. read more

WIN tickets to Jack Savoretti with Worksop Life!

1st June 2019
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Competitions

Jack Savoretti will be performing in this region as part of Forest Live, the concert series organised by the Forestry Commission. Singer/songwriter Jack Savoretti released his sixth studio album, ‘Singing To Strangers’ on Friday 15th March and it entered the charts at No 1. read more

Bringing artists into view with Open Studios Notts

31st May 2019
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Community Focus

In June 2019 artists and makers from across Nottinghamshire invite you to visit their studios and events, with exhibitions also held at Retford Library, Mansfield Central Library and Beeston Library until 6th June. There is free entry to most events — a few make a small charge to help cover costs or for charity. Events local to us are: read more

What’s on at Worksop Library

31st May 2019
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Inspire Nottinghamshire Libraries

LIVE MUSIC
Jazz Steps Live at the Libraries presents: Julian Siegel, Ross Stanley and Gene Calderazzo in trio.
Tuesday 11th June, 7.30pm, £10.00
Booking essential
Adults (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)
For this unique library tour, award-winning saxophonist Julian Siegel brings a handpicked ensemble of stellar musicians to his home county of Nottinghamshire, performing in the classic organ trio jazz tradition. Expect a free-wheeling exploration of popular jazz repertoire and music of the genre’s great composers. read more

The Arts Society Dukeries

31st May 2019
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The Arts Society Dukeries

The Arts Society Dukeries’ Wednesday 5th June meeting will be a lecture on ‘Antony Gormley: A Body of Work’. Antony Gormley’s career spans nearly 40 years, during which time he has made sculpture that explores the relationship of the human body to space, often using his own body as his starting point. read more