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Charity Nights at The Blues Club, Gainsborough

10th February 2021
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The Blues Club Gainsborough

Every time the organisers of the Charity Nights at The Blues Club Gainsborough feel hopeful they can get back to what they like to do, the prospect seems to get further away. They hope all the acts are still around in six month’s time. read more

EU settlement advice

9th February 2021
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Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire

If you are an EU citizen, resident in the UK by 31st December 2020, you and your family members (including non-EU citizens) need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue to live, work and study in the UK beyond 30th June 2021. read more

Wheatley Local & Family History Society

8th February 2021
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Wheatley Local & Family History Society

With the further lockdown during January and the lack of knowledge on when the restrictions will end, forward planning is almost impossible. Neither Wheatley Local and Family History Society nor its Research Group could meet in January. The offer of assistance to members on research into their family roots is always just an email or phone call away. read more

Trent Valley Mini Owners Club events for 2021

7th February 2021
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Trent Valley Mini Owners Club

Trent Valley Mini Owners Club is hoping to be able to stage their popular events in 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all events which had been planned in 2020 had to be cancelled so the club are keen to be able to return to an enjoyable year. The following is a list of dates they have now secured should they be able / allowed to go ahead. read more

Lincolnshire Artists’ Society Art in the Barn exhibition

6th February 2021
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Lincolnshire Artists' Society

Lincolnshire Artists’ Society hope to be able to hold their ‘Art in the Barn’ exhibition from Friday 14th May to Monday 31st May 2021 at the Stable Yard Gallery, Doddington Hall and Gardens, Main Street, Doddington LN6 4RU.
The exhibition features a wide range of artwork from some of Lincolnshire’s most talented artists. Many paintings and sculptural art will be for sale. read more

Gainsborough and District Flower Club

4th February 2021
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Gainsborough and District Flower Club

Happy New Year from Gainsborough and District Flower Club to all their members. They hope you are staying safe and well and have had a peaceful Christmas. They will not be holding any Gainsborough Flower Club meetings as yet, but hope is on the horizon, and they will be in touch with members as soon as the situation changes. read more

Parish of Gainsborough and Morton church services during the current lockdown

3rd February 2021
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Gainsborough and Morton Parish Church

Although churches are allowed to open for communal worship during the current lockdown, in view of the possible risks to the congregation and to all involved in ensuring the service can go ahead, it has been decided that there will be no physical services at either St Paul’s Church Morton or All Saints Church Gainsborough until mid ­February at the earliest. read more

Lea WI

2nd February 2021
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Lea WI

December is normally a double event month for Lea WI members, with a Christmas party meeting as well as a Christmas dinner outing. Instead, in 2020 members received a surprise Christmas gift when their President Jackie Summer and committee members Marjorie West and Linda Brook delivered Christmas cards, a delicious mini Christmas tea, and a WI calendar to them. read more

Pilgrim Woman statue

31st January 2021
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Community Focus

We love these photos of Gainsborough’s Pilgrim Woman statue, taken by reader Kez Adams.
Installed on Gainsborough’s Riverside in November, Rachel Carter’s Pilgrim Woman statue will leave a lasting legacy of the town’s connections to the Mayflower story for residents, bringing attention to the often unheard stories of the women on this journey. read more

Groups providing essential services can still apply for £5,000 grant

30th January 2021
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West Lindsey District Council

Charities and community organisations that are delivering essential services to vulnerable residents in the current climate, can apply for a grant of up-to £5,000. A £100,000 Community Fund was created by West Lindsey District Council to support such groups during the Covid emergency, and access to the grant is available until 31st March 2021. read more