Have you ever wanted to be a charity trustee? At the moment, getting involved actively in something that you care about can be uplifting and give a real sense of purpose, and there just happens to be a wonderful opportunity for the right person.
Creswell Crags Museum and Prehistoric Gorge in North Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire is looking for five new trustees over the next couple of months, as part of its exciting future plans to grow and improve.
March is a popular month for charities and other organisations in both the UK and worldwide with scores of them holding Awareness Months and Awareness Weeks & Days during the month. And, consequently, March is a marketeer's dream!
If you want to know what Awareness Days, Weeks and Months are being held this March in the UK, read on!
Halloween might not be happening in quite the same way this October but we bet your family still want to be thrilled and chilled during the Halloween and Half Term holiday!
Fortunately there’s lots going on to keep children (and mums & dads!) happy - from terrifying tales and spooky trails in all our country parks, frights in the forest and wizarding adventures to name but a few.
If Halloween isn't for you, there are plenty of non-Halloween events going on this half term too!
Check out the full list of hair-raising Halloween events here in this year's In North Notts Half Term & Halloween Events Guide.
I made a great discovery a couple of weeks ago when I was driving back home from a visit to Retford - a wonderful fruit and vegetable stall in the centre of Sutton cum Lound village. It was stocked with such an amazing array of fresh, seasonal vegetables, salads and fruits that I had to stop and buy some!
There may be no such thing as a free lunch but 50% off sounds good to us!
Find out which local restaurants, pubs and cafes are participating in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme and where you can get 50% off your meal up to £10 per head, every Monday to Wednesday during August.
We might not be able to hold street parties and no longer able to join in the host of national and local events that had been planned to mark the VE Day 75th Anniversary, but let's all unite and instead enjoy the celebrations at home and perhaps even hold a party in our front gardens?! Need some ideas and inspiration? You'll find lots here!
Missing your favourite pub meals or favourite restaurant food? You may no longer be able to go for a lunch or night out, but how about enjoying a delicious takeaway meal, or even having the food delivered to your door!
Many of our fabulous North Notts eateries have diversified into offering temporary delivery or takeaway services. You can enjoy fish and chips, Indian takeaways, Pizzas (complete with bottled beer!), kebabs, bistro-style food, vegan dishes, Sunday Roast Lunches, Pub Dining, Fine Dining, yummy cakes and desserts and much more, in the comfort of your own home.
Retford Library closes its doors at 4pm on Saturday 7 December until Spring 2020 for an exciting and extensive refurbishment project which will improve its facilities and layout and make the library more visible and accessible to everyone.
The refurbishment will create a high quality and sustainable library building whilst still reflecting the building’s heritage.
Are you ready for chills and thrills this Halloween across North Nottinghamshire?
There are all sorts of ghoulish goings on this Halloween, from horrifying hauntings in Mansfield to terrifying tales and spooky trails in all our country parks, creepy crafts and other Halloween activities in museums and libraries across the region. Ghost walks in Retford, fright night film in Newark, Halloween Pantos in Worksop & Retford, and even a paranormal investigation at Creswell Crags to experience - come along if you're brave enough...
These are just for starters – check out the full list of hair-raising Halloween events in our In North Notts Halloween Events Guide 2019.
Have you seen the amazing line-up of big events that are happening in Retford this year? There’s something for everyone – for families and children, young people, for seniors, for music lovers, car enthusiasts, veterans, walkers, book lovers, history & heritage devotees and, of course, for all of us who love Christmas events!
Most of the events are free to attend and, if you enjoy a great day out, you certainly won’t want to miss them!
Take a look at the list - there are events from May until December.
It's that magical time of year when we begin to get into the festive spirit and start to look forward to Christmas, thanks to all the fabulous events that abound in December.
Just like the Christmas elves, we've been working our socks off to bring you the best Christmas 2018 events happening across the North Notts region.
The website currently lists more than 200 festive events during December and new events are being added every day, so make yourself a cuppa, sit down and enjoy discovering all your favourite events coming up this Christmas!