At their meeting on Monday, January 18, members kicked off their new year with a talk from Jill McMasters, Morton Nursery, titled - The Nursery Journey.
Are holding an annual general meeting on Wednesday, February 17, at 6pm. All cleveland patients are welcome to give their views and concerns on their doctors and the practice.
This month, Misterton fire station is recruiting in West Stockwith for firefighters to join training courses in September and November.
The Bassetlaw Community Minibus is a wheelchair-friendly minibus that is available to local community groups and individuals, who need flexible, affordable, and accessible transport.
Is a mock-up of a typical domestic setting that is used to highlight everyday hazards. Fire fighters welcome any local groups, especially older residents, and would be happy to host a meeting or a coffee morning at the fire station so that they could also visit Risky Rooms.
If a New Year resolution has failed, start again for the ‘40 days of Lent’ on Ash Wednesday (February 10).
Ladies attending the St Valentine’s Day service at All Saints’ Parish Church in Misteron will each get a red rose.
The churchyard will welcome visitors this spring – and, on Saturday, February 20, once again there’s the snowdrop café in the church room between 10am and 2pm.
Sunday, February 7, at the village hall between 2pm and 4pm. Entrance is 50p, children are free.
The next meeting on Wednesday, February 17, will be the annual general meeting starting at 7pm.
Was celebrated at Sturton Methodist Church led by Karen Elvidge with musical accompaniment by Christine Bowler at the piano and James Elvidge on guitar. James read the story of the Flight into Egypt and Jesus’ presentation into the temple. Songs included Let us Build a House, Moses I know you’re the Man and Lord, the Light of your Love is shining. Refreshments were served afterwards in a time of fellowship.
Gainsborough’s War Stories Book Two, through the pages of the ‘Gainsborough News’ June 1915 to December 1915, by Peter E. Bradshaw.
Bingo will be held in Blyton Memorial Hall on Saturday. Eyes down at 2pm.
Mobile Christian Church, twice monthly on Sunday afternoon,
Community Centre: social activity groups for the elderly or disabled. Do you know anyone who is alone and would like some company and friendship?
Saturday, February 6, 7.30pm at Beckingham Village all, with pie and pea supper. £5 per person with teams of up to seven. In aid of speckled frogs pre-school.
North Notts Association: extend a warm welcome to all NT members, volunteers and NT staff living in the North Notts Area including Retford, Tuxford, Ollerton, Worksop, Dinnington and Barlborough to join the association and become eligible to attend meetings and summer trips. Annual membership - single £4.50, joint £6.
Will be held in Blyton Memorial Hall on Saturday, February 6. Eyes down at 2pm.
All ages are welcome but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Wednesday, February 10, with a fabulous line up of Steve Royle, Phil Nichol and Tony Vino. Tickets available from reception or online, are £8 in advance or £10 on the door and include a free drink on arrival.
Is a chance to catch up on the latest family blockbuster film. Films are shown on a 20ft HD widescreen with surround sound. Next showing is February 27. Doors open at 5pm, film starts at 5.30pm. Entry is free, SCC operates a small tuckshop and a donation box towards the Well Community Projects. Contact us for film details.
Join the South Bank Players on their monthly ghost walk around Barton. Discover back streets you never knew existed and hear spooky tales to make your hair stand on end. Actors in period costume bring the stories to life and the past seems frighteningly real. Wrap up warm and bring a torch for those dark corner. The walk is being held this Wednesday 27, and starts from the car park of Baysgarth Museum at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £4 for adults and £3 for kids. Book in advance on 01469 531003 or online at www.southbankplayers.weebly.com
Thursday, January 28, Chris Powell from Derbyshire. Chris is a world class travelling star, having represented all the major organ companies at festivals throughout the world, in addition to his own concert tours in USA, New Zealand and Australia. He is also the chief demonstrator for the world famous Roland organs and equipment, and it is on the very latest model he will be performing at Gainsborough.
Come and join in for fun exercise classes with the first two classes free.
A Sunday morning service is held in Lea Methodist Church at 10.30am.
The next meeting is February 4, when Tracy Borman will speak on Thomas Cromwell: The Untold Story of Henry VIII’s Most Faithful Servant. Always at 1.45pm in the Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough, 01427 676655, on the first Thursday of the month (ex Jan, July and August).
A large selection of books, DVDs and other items will be up for grabs in a book sale at Gainsborough library meeting room up to January 30.
Sunday, January 17, two organists playing at the same time - Tony Stace and Andrew Nix. Regulars on the organ circuit and on occasions, they appear together, each having his own solo spot before playing as a duet. They also have their own personalities and always introduce humour to their show, which makes it a first class variety show. Anyone presuming that organs are just for playing hymns, should come and see just what modern technology has done for the music scene, and whilst Andrew has the very latest state of the art Roland instrument, Tony sticks to the more traditional sounds on his 30 year old instrument which is still capable of making a wonderful sound. Both have played for the society in the past, both as solo stars and as a duet, always to a full house.
The Dementia support group has changed venue - it is now held first Wednesday of each month, 10am to noon, at St Stephen’s Methodist Church,