Banner
Community News
Page 8 of 158 Start Prev 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 158 Next End
You are viewing all of our Community News.

WIN Jack & The Beanstalk Pantomime tickets!

7th November 2020
-
Competitions

Will there be a Worksop Christmas panto this festive season? Oh, yes, there will! And here is your chance to win tickets to see the show.
With many theatres closed and pantomimes cancelled this Christmas, The Acorn Theatre will still be bringing the festive fun to the heart of Worksop as Cheeky Chops Theatre Company present their giant of a pantomime, Jack and The Beanstalk! The new restrictions have led to a postponement of the original dates but watch this space for new dates soon. read more

Supporting Bassetlaw Hospice

6th November 2020
-
Bassetlaw Hospice

Bassetlaw Hospice has now launched its Memory Stars Campaign. In return for a minimum donation of £3.00 to the charity, you will receive one of their crafted wooden Memory Stars. You can personalise it with the name of a loved one you would like to remember at Christmas time, or decorate it in their memory. read more

Tickhill Music Society

6th November 2020
-
Tickhill Music Society

Regrettably, and after much consideration, Tickhill Music Society have decided to cancel their November and December concerts. However, they are trying to remain positive and hope that their season of classical music will resume in January. read more

Retford and Worksop Christmas Markets 2020 – Cancelled

6th November 2020
-
Community Focus

Retford and Worksop Business Forums, in partnership with Bassetlaw District Council (BDC) and North Notts BID, have regrettably had to agree to cancel this year’s Christmas Markets (originally planned for Saturday 28th November in Worksop, and Sunday 29th November in Retford). read more

Helping out in difficult times

4th November 2020
-
The Wednesday (Memory) Group

We are all aware that the dreadful coronavirus has a disproportionate effect on some sections of our society. People with dementia and carers come into this category. Dementia is an isolating illness at the best of times and particularly difficult when there are none of the usual social events happening and many care homes are again in lockdown. read more

Worksop Station highly commended in National Rail Awards

3rd November 2020
-
Community Focus

Worksop Railway Station was awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in the Station of the Year (medium) category at this year’s National Rail Awards, held virtually in September. It shared the honours with Ainsdale Station in the Merseyrail area and with Penrith Station which won the category. read more

Wrap up for a bracing wildlife walk this winter

1st November 2020
-
Erin McDaid, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Whilst winter wildlife watching might require an extra layer or two to ensure that you can enjoy nature without freezing to the spot, there are a wealth of natural spectacles to enjoy that are capable of warming your heart – if not your fingers and toes. read more

North Notts Association of National Trust Members

31st October 2020
-
North Notts Association of National Trust Members

Unfortunately, the North Notts Association of National Trust Members are still in the position of not being able to meet their members face-to-face at their usual meetings and outings. But they are offering an alternative in Zoom. They arranged for their scheduled meeting on 21st October to be conducted in this way and by the time you read this article, this will hopefully have been a success. read more

Illuminate 2020

29th October 2020
-
Community Focus

The Pilgrim Roots project is encouraging people in North Nottinghamshire and beyond to put a light in their windows on 26th November as a sign of thankfulness, solidarity and hope.
Their usual lantern parades and Illuminate workshops for the Thanksgiving season cannot go ahead this year, but community spirit can still be shared through the display of light in homes across the region. read more

The Arts Society Dukeries

24th October 2020
-
The Arts Society Dukeries

If you have an interest in the arts and would like to learn more, join the Arts Society Dukeries. Usually, they have monthly lecture meetings (most first Wednesdays of the month) 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