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Trent Valley Mini Owners Club diary dates

20th March 2020
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Trent Valley Mini Owners Club

LINCOLN BIG MINI DAY
Brayford Wharf, Lincoln, on Sunday 19th April 2020 will be the 13th year for this event with 200 Minis on display. This is a very popular event with both Mini enthusiasts and the public. Entrants need to be in position by 10.00am but be there early as space is at a premium. This is a pedestrian area, so entrants have to stay in position until 4.00pm. read more

Live music in Springthorpe

18th March 2020
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Springthorpe Village Hall

The next event coming up at Springthorpe Village Hall will be a welcome return visit by the wonderful Dan McKinnon on Saturday 28th March. Dan hails from the Canadian Maritimes, an area rich in the musical and cultural traditions of the North Atlantic. His warm baritone voice, superb guitar arrangements and original compositions have won this native Nova Scotian widespread praise. read more

Rose Leisure Bowls Club

18th March 2020
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Rose Leisure Bowls Club

Rose Leisure Bowls Club are holding an Open Bowls Drive on Saturday 28th March at the North Warren Sports Ground at 2.00pm. Everyone is welcome. For further details contact John Coy on 01427 615711. read more

New members wanted at Marton Bowls Club

17th March 2020
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Marton Bowls Club

The new lawn bowls season will be starting in April and Marton Bowls Club is looking forward to welcoming some new faces! Seniors, juniors and ‘in-betweeners’ are all welcome to join them: keep fit, play sport, have fun, find new friends and enjoy playing outdoor bowls this spring and summer in Marton village. read more

The Royal British Legion Retford and District Branch

17th March 2020
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Royal British Legion Retford and District Branch

The Royal British Legion Retford and District Branch’s annual quiz will be held on Friday 27th March at The Babworth Road Sports and Social Club. The event will follow the lines of previous quizzes, with a selection of general knowledge questions, an interval quiz, refreshments and a raffle. The cost to enter is £5.00 per person and you can enter as a team of up to six members. Alternatively you can enter as an individual and join a team on the night. read more

Misterton Gala

17th March 2020
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Misterton Gala

Misterton’s annual Gala is on Saturday 4th July from 12.00pm to 5.00pm and will again be held on the Old School Field. Anyone interested in having a stall should contact Nikki on 01427 891629 or email mistertongala@gmail.com. The pitch fee is £5.00. Space is limited, so stalls are first come, first served. Go along for a traditional village fair with live music, stalls and activities, performance arena, and more — so plenty for all the family. read more

Kirton in Lindsey Society meetings

16th March 2020
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Kirton in Lindsey Society

The Kirton in Lindsey Society’s season of indoor meetings continues on Tuesday 24th March at 7.30pm in the Town Hall, Market Place. This time it is The Dejardin Lecture, when the talk will be about ‘The Lost Monasteries of the Witham Valley’. Jean Townsend makes a welcome return to take the group on a journey looking for old religious houses in this area of Lincolnshire. read more

Musical theatre society goes blonde

16th March 2020
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Gainsborough Musical Theatre Society

Gainsborough Musical Theatre Society are back at the Trinity Arts Centre after the huge success of Sister Act last summer, with the show stopping musical Legally Blonde! Show dates are Tuesday 2nd June to Saturday 6th June 2020 and tickets are available to book now, so don’t miss out! read more

Gainsborough and District Flower Club

14th March 2020
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Gainsborough and District Flower Club

Gainsborough and District Flower Club meets on the fourth Thursday of every month, at the Blues Club, North Street, Gainsborough DN21 2HU, start time 7.15pm. Their next club night is their AGM on 26th March for 30 minutes followed by a floral demonstration by Ann Simpson entitled ‘Willow, Wood and Wine’. They welcome visitors, for whom there is a small charge of £5.00. read more

Not too late to make a change

13th March 2020
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Voluntary Centre Services

How’s that New Year’s Resolution going? Or did you, like me, not even bother to set one this year? We’ve all experienced that sliding spiral, when the weather is cold and it’s still dark outside and there’s seemingly nothing to look forward to. Maybe what we need is a more achievable, and possibly a more rewarding resolution that could be the first step in making that change. Many people find that helping out in the community leads to changes in their own lives — such as a career change, new friends or an improved sense of wellbeing and community spirit. read more