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The Dukeries Singers

15th April 2021
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The Dukeries Singers

Spring is a time of new beginnings. And new beginnings can include a new hobby or interest. At The Dukeries Singers you will find a warm welcome and new friends. It is not necessary to have choir experience, just enthusiasm and a tuneful voice. Why not contact them and find out more so that you can join them when they commence rehearsals?
Singing is proven to: read more

Citizens Advice response to extension of ban on bailiff enforced evictions

15th April 2021
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Citizens Advice Bassetlaw

Responding to the Government announcement of an extension of the ban on bailiff enforced evictions, Alistair Cromwell, Acting Chief Executive of Citizens Advice, said: “The Government has made the right decision to extend this protection. Renters who are struggling with arrears shouldn’t face the prospect of losing the roof over their head when everyone is being asked to stay at home. read more

Mental health wards at Bassetlaw Hospital to close?

13th April 2021
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The Wednesday (Memory) Group

Here’s some unexpected news about the proposed closure of some mental health services in Bassetlaw. The Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) plans to close Wards B1 and B2 at Bassetlaw Hospital and move Adult Mental Health (B2) to Sherwood Oaks Hospital in Mansfield and Ward B1, for older people, including people with dementia, to Millbrook. read more

What to do if you meet a bat!

13th April 2021
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North Notts Local Group of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

April is the month when ravenous bats emerge from hibernation and set about hunting our decreasing population of insects. One thing’s certain, some of them will run into trouble. They’ll have accidents or just be too weak after their long, winter fast. If you come across an injured or grounded bat, it will need your help. read more

Retford Bowling Green

11th April 2021
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Retford Bowling Green

Retford Bowling Green has been actively making plans for a season as near to normal as possible. Initially, there will be a working regime compliant with government rules and also following guidance from Bowls England in order to ensure everyone’s safety. read more

Retford Art Society

10th April 2021
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Retford Art Society

Retford Art Society is a flourishing group of members and its aims are promoting fellowship between artists and encouraging and developing art in a wide range of form, medium and style in artists over the age of 16. read more

History of dining at Welbeck Abbey to be revealed during online talk

9th April 2021
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The Harley Gallery

Historic recipes and stories of 18th century dining at Worksop’s Welbeck Abbey are to be revealed during an online talk hosted by The Harley Gallery on 30th April. Former head curator of silver and metalwork at the V&A Museum, Philippa Glanville, OBE will be guest speaker during the ‘Desserts for a Duchess’ online event. read more

Beckingham Bowls Club

9th April 2021
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Beckingham Bowls Club

Beckingham Bowls Club are pleased to have reached a mutually worthwhile, documented and signed agreement with Beckingham cum Saundby Village Hall and Playing Field for the use of trust premises, which allows exclusive access to the bowling green and facilities and free use of the car park. read more

East Markham WI

8th April 2021
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East Markham WI

The February meeting of East Markham WI was their first Zoom with a speaker, when they welcomed Tom Fremantle to tell members about ‘Nelson and his Mistresses’. Tom is a former naval officer with family naval roots going back to Vice-Admiral Thomas Fremantle, who fought with Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar. read more

Ryton Chorale

8th April 2021
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Ryton Chorale

Have you gone onto YouTube yet and listened to Ryton Chorale’s performance of All in the April Evening launched on 31st March? Give it a watch. The conductor Simon Lumby has been in post for just over a year and is taking Ryton Chorale to a new level with its second virtual recording. Choir members worked hard to record their parts remotely so Simon could layer them up electronically to produce this polished performance. read more