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Happy new year from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust!

24th January 2021
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North Notts Local Group of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Happy New year to all you wildlife lovers. Everyone’s hoping that it will be much better than 2020 but let’s not forget the lessons last year taught us, with all its restrictions – that the natural world is vital to our survival as well as our health and wellbeing. read more

A happy new year from The Wednesday Group

24th January 2021
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The Wednesday (Memory) Group

A very happy new year to all members and friends of the Wednesday Group. The group’s organisers are hoping that this year will be much happier than last with all its restrictions. They’d barely got their year’s programme started when they had to close for the pandemic, so for over nine months of last year they have only been able to keep in touch by phone and email and a small number of summer meetings in the garden. read more

Helping local businesses to grow with graduate talent

17th January 2021
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Community Focus

Small and medium sized businesses in Bassetlaw are being encouraged to work with the RISE business support initiative. One of the biggest challenges is recruiting and retaining talent, and finding the right people at the right time when growing your business. RISE can help by connecting you to talented, hard-working graduates. read more

The Friends of Milton Mausoleum

17th January 2021
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The Friends of Milton Mausoleum

2020 was a very quiet year for the volunteers of Milton Mausoleum due to the COVID-19 restrictions, however the building was open for the month of September, the last month of their season. They were pleased to meet visitors on each Sunday in September and have made some good contacts. read more

Citizens Advice Bassetlaw looks back over 2020

16th January 2021
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Citizens Advice Bassetlaw

The decorations are down, the Christmas tree replanted in the garden (for the green ones of us) and the diet has started. Yes, it’s January 2021 and for most of us, we are glad to see the back of 2020 and start afresh with positive news and life getting back to as normal, as possible. read more

The Musicality Singers

11th January 2021
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The Musicality Singers

For The Musicality Singers (as for everyone else) 2020 was a bit of a rubbish year. To be fair, it started out alright, with new material being learned and the prospect of a new rehearsal venue to look forward to. Then everything stopped. Mind you, the first lockdown had its compensations for some of us. read more

Your Health Your Way

10th January 2021
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Your Health Your Way

Your Health Your Way is Nottinghamshire’s new integrated wellbeing service. It is a free service available to support residents of Nottinghamshire (excluding Nottingham City) to lose weight, get more active, eat healthier, drink less and quit smoking. read more

The Arts Society Dukeries

9th January 2021
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The Arts Society Dukeries

If you have an interest in the arts and would like to learn more, join the Arts Society Dukeries. They are the local group of the National Arts Society Association.Usually, they have monthly lecture meetings at the Civic Centre in Carlton-in-Lindrick and two extra, Special Interest / Study Days. They have trips out to places of interest, newsletters, a national magazine and a holiday for members. read more

Residents urged to have their say

7th January 2021
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Bassetlaw District Council

Residents in the Worksop area are being asked to have their say and to be part of a series of digital consultation events as Bassetlaw District Council consults on the latest stage of the Draft Bassetlaw Local Plan. The Bassetlaw Plan sets out the Council’s priorities for housing, regeneration and other development in the district up to the year 2037, in addition to employment, environmental issues and infrastructure. read more

Go wild this winter

5th January 2021
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Erin McDaid, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Despite the cold and short days, winter can be an amazing time to connect with nature and there really is no excuse for taking your cue from the hedgehog and hibernating until the spring. The best way of brightening the dark days is to let nature into your life to warm your heart, and one of the simplest ways to do this is by taking a trip to a park or local nature reserve with a loved one or a close friend. read more