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What’s on at The Blues Club, Gainsborough

8th March 2020
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The Blues Club Gainsborough

Mr Roy G Hemmings is appearing at The Blues Club Gainsborough on 2nd May at one of their charity nights. He remains a very humble, down-to-earth guy who has agreed to perform at this great little club. He embodies the golden era of mid-60s when creative expression surfaced in music. Back then music was soul, and it fed the appetite of those who fell into its lure. read more

Three piece suite

7th March 2020
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All Saints Church Upton cum Kexby

Tickets are now available for a musical fundraising evening on Friday 13th March at All Saints Church Upton Cum Kexby near Gainsborough. Three Piece Suite is a concert performed by a superb trio of musicians — featuring two flutes and a piano — who will play a varied musical programme. read more

What’s on at Trinity Arts Centre in March 2020

5th March 2020
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Trinity Arts Centre

An exciting programme of theatre, film, music, live streams and other events awaits you at Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough’s premier picturehouse and theatre. There is something for everybody this March and they look forward to welcoming you all to your Trinity Arts Centre. read more

Air Ambulance steps up 24 hour service

5th March 2020
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Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance

For seven days in January and February, the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance operated its full 24-hour service, helping a number of patients in their greatest hour of need. As part of a two-year trial, the life-saving charity has been gradually increasing its operational hours to provide a 24-hour service, seven-days-a-week, which will enable the clinical crew on board the helicopter, or in the critical care car, to give more people than ever the very best chance of survival. read more

Volunteers needed

4th March 2020
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Citizens Advice Lindsey

Interested in helping people across England and Wales, and gaining new skills? Citizens Advice Lindsey are looking for volunteers to help them give information and advice to people across the country over the phone. You’ll receive an introduction, training and support throughout your time as a volunteer. No prior experience is necessary. read more

Wheatley Family Research Group

4th March 2020
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Wheatley Family Research Group

The next meeting of the Wheatley Family Research Group will be on Wednesday 11th March at 2.00pm in the Village Hall, South Wheatley. They are an enthusiastic self help group who are willing and able to help people wanting to get started with their family history as well as providing help to those who have hit a ‘brick wall’ and cannot find a way forward. read more

Ellicar Gardens

4th March 2020
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Ellicar Gardens

Ellicar Gardens, Gringley on the Hill will host a winter garden special opening event on 6th March, from 11.00am to 3.00pm. Explore the five-acres gardens in winter, with coloured cornus and ornamental willows, hellebores, snowdrops, winter bulbs and fragrant winter blossom. The tea room will be open, serving delicious home baked cakes and teas, plant yard and gardeners gifts. read more

What’s on at Town Hall Live Kirton

3rd March 2020
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Town Hall Live

March through to the beginning of April is a busy time for Town Hall Live Kirton, with three concerts planned.
First up, on Saturday 7th March, The Robbie Cavanagh Band headline. Robbie, from Manchester, is on his first UK headlining tour. Over the last few years he has been championed by BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris. Bob has invited Robbie to play festivals and showcases across the UK and America and Robbie could be the breakout artist of 2020, especially as he has a new album due out in the summer. read more

Mosaics workshop

3rd March 2020
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Community Focus

Jane Rose is holding another one of her popular mosaics workshops, concentrating on pieces for the garden now that spring is almost here. Go along to this relaxed, friendly class on Saturday 7th March at Morton Village Hall and make a bird box, house name or number, slates and decorative plaques, plus loads more using glass tiles, mirror and other shiny things! read more

Lea Women’s Institute

3rd March 2020
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Lea WI

The WI has some very inspirational ideas. Would you like to make new friends, learn new skills or maybe would like to pass on skills you have? Then you might consider joining the WI. Lea WI’s first meeting of 2020 was held on 3rd January and was surprisingly well attended and they welcomed Becca Hooton of St Barnabas Hospice, who gave a very interesting and informative talk on the work and support given by the charity not only in the hospices in Gainsborough and Lincoln but also out in the community when needed. read more