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Worksop Rotary Club May 2021

5th May 2021
Worksop Rotary Club

Members of Worksop Rotary Club, and their partners, took advantage of the glorious weather and the easing of lockdown restrictions to take a morning walk around the lake at Clumber Park at the end of March.
Great walk, great scenery and great company – what more could anyone ask whilst ensuring social distancing as per the Government guidelines? read more

The Arts Society Dukeries May 2021

4th May 2021
The Arts Society Dukeries

The Arts Society Dukeries’ next online lecture is by Mark Cottle on Wednesday 5th May at 10.30am for an 11.00am start and is entitled ‘Photographic Odyssey: Shackleton’s Endurance Expedition Captured on Camera’. read more

Dr Bike pop-up events May 2021

3rd May 2021
Community Focus

The Big Bike Revival in England aims to help anyone begin or return to cycling. Book your bike into one of the Dr Bike Pop-up events and get a free health check on your bike from Bike Pedlars. The events are: read more

Cold starts might remain but wildlife can warm your heart

2nd May 2021
Erin McDaid, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Whilst students of language may argue whether the old adage of ‘N’er cast a clout till May be out’ means you shouldn’t discard your winter clothes until the end of May or until may blossom is out; in natural history terms it really makes no difference. After all, may or hawthorn blossom is usually most abundant in the month of May. read more

Open Studios Notts 2021

1st May 2021
Open Studios Notts

Open Studios Notts will be celebrating their 10th anniversary this year with a virtual arts event profiling many of our local artists and some a mixture of online and physical open studio events (restrictions permitting) during May and June. read more

The Places In Between: LCN > SHF

28th April 2021

Are you passionate about your hometown – your community, its history, heritage and culture? What is the story of Worksop? The story of Retford? Organisers of a new heritage project want to hear the stories and personal histories we can’t read in books, from the people who actually live there. read more

Launch of the new website for Bassetlaw Hospice

20th April 2021
Bassetlaw Hospice

Bassetlaw Hospice has recently launched their exciting new membership scheme and now they have launched their new website, Bonney, the Charity Operations Manager, said: “We are very excited about our new and improved website. It is user friendly, interactive, and attractive. read more

The Musicality Singers

18th April 2021
The Musicality Singers

Last month, I wrote about contingency plans for when the choir could get back together. I now know that the likelihood is that The Musicality Singers will be aiming to begin rehearsals again in September, which could mean that there will be a Christmas concert this year after all. That all depends, of course, on what happens with the pandemic, with vaccinations and with the lifting of lockdown. So there can be no promises. read more

2020 4Uth awards winners: inspirational young people who rose to the challenge of COVID-19

17th April 2021
Nottinghamshire County Council

The winners of 2020’s Nottinghamshire Outstanding Achievement 4Uth Awards have been announced and include Kate Stacey, from Carlton in Lindrick. Kate, the winner for Bassetlaw, volunteered to help people most at risk from the coronavirus who were isolating or over 65, by delivering more than 2,000 prescriptions to them during lockdown. read more

The Friends Of Milton Mausoleum

16th April 2021
The Friends Of Milton Mausoleum

Further to the recent Government guidelines, the Friends of Milton Mausoleum are pleased to announce some date changes, and also some new events that they have arranged for later this year. Their Sunday openings for this year will now begin on 23rd May from 2.00pm to 4.00pm and events planned are: read more