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Retford and District Scottish Country Dance Society

3rd November 2019
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Retford and District Scottish Country Dance Society

The Retford and District Scottish Country Dance Society has started another season of dancing. They meet on Tuesday evenings in the dance studio at Retford Oaks Academy from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. There are three types of dance — jigs and reels, which are quite lively, and the more sedate strathspey, all of which they dance each week. read more

Voglia d’Italia

1st November 2019
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Voglia d’Italia

Voglia d’Italia (the Italian Society for South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire) presents: ‘Leonardo da Vinci: Life and Works’ on Friday 1st November. Marking the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death, Dr Peter Finch-Sieg, an independent lecturer, will focus on Leonardo as painter, placing his art in its social and historical contexts. read more

Back to the 40s featuring The Hummingbirds

1st November 2019
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Christ Church Worksop

The Hummingbirds will take us back to the 40s with a night of music and memories, singing songs from the era on Saturday 2nd November, at Christ Church, Thievesdale Close, Worksop S81 0XS at 7.00pm. Tickets cost £8.00 and include a hot drink and cake. There will be a 40s quiz and 1940s dress is encouraged. read more

Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group

1st November 2019
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Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group

Bassetlaw Cardiac Support Group welcomed Doctor R Gaubert to their meeting on Friday 4th October. With Dr Gaubert they enjoyed an intriguing journey into his ancestry, right back to 16th century France, and the first ‘protestors’ to the Roman Catholic teachings (the future Lutherans/Protestants) – the Huguenots. read more

Beehive Folk Club

1st November 2019
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The Beehive Folk Club

The Wilsons will be the guests at The Beehive Folk Club on Friday 1st November at 8.00pm. For tickets contact 0114 2352850. It would be difficult to find better harmony singing and always an evening of passionate fiery music with plenty of good banter thrown in. read more

North Notts Business Show makes a welcome return

28th October 2019
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Community Focus

Local firms are pleased to see that the region’s favourite business show is back for 2019, which is being held on Wednesday, 30th October 2019 at The Elms Hotel in Retford. read more

Christmas Tree Festival and Christmas Market

23rd October 2019
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St Mary's Church, Norton Cuckney

St Mary’s PCC is holding its Annual Christmas Tree Festival and Christmas Market on Saturday 7th December, 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. Decorated Christmas trees, provided by local groups, families and the local school will be on display in the church, where you can vote for your favourite tree. read more

Ryton Chorale

22nd October 2019
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Ryton Chorale

If you have not been to a Ryton concert before, but also if you have, why not try the first concert of Ryton Chorale’s new season? Conducted by David Wynne, the choir will be singing Handel’s much-loved Messiah at The Crossing, Newcastle Street, Worksop, on Saturday 2nd November at 7.30pm. read more

Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

21st October 2019
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Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts

The magical talents of Kevin Grunill will be on show for the Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts on Sunday 27th October 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

Worksop business battles land and sea for Bluebell Wood

21st October 2019
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Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice

Two teams from a Worksop business braved the elements to take on an epic mystery challenge across land and sea for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. The brave teams from Manton Wood’s Samworth Brothers — dubbed The Wacky Racers and A Sandwich Short of a Picnic — had no idea what they had got themselves into ahead of the gruelling event. read more