VENUE: Worksop LibraryWorksop
Learn more about life in Worksop during the Second World War.
Newark Fiver Fest is an annual event celebrating the wonderful independent shops and businesses in the town. Come and grab a bargain in Newark between 5th & 12th October!
VENUE: Worksop MarketWorksop
Wednesday is the first of 3 weekly open air retail provisions markets in Worksop. The others are held on Fridays and Saturdays.
VENUE: Retford Enterprise CentreRetford
This day-long workshop covers all the elements to create a successful email marketing campaign.
VENUE: Maxeys Farm ShopKirklington
It's Pumpkin Festival time at Maxeys Farm Shop! Enjoy a family outing to pick your own pumpkins and experience a few spooky adventures along the way.
VENUE: The Harley GalleryWelbeck
A series of nine new artworks by Melanie Tomlinson composed of hand-painted metals, mixed media and found objects.
'Sculptures' are brought to life as all three galleries are filled with automata: cogs, cams, cranks and levers! Free entry.
VENUE: Clumber ParkClumber Park
A weekly dog walk in the beautiful surrounds of Clumber Park.
VENUE: Nottinghamshire Mining MuseumMansfield
Come and view the captivating drawings of life on the coal face
by former Nottinghamshire coal miner Brian Morley.
VENUE: Retford LibraryRetford
Have some free fun and share rhymes & songs with your baby & toddler. Every Wednesday except school holidays.
Pre-order your second hand cycles from 1st September before our October sale!
VENUE: Newark Castle GroundsNewark
Discover the secret spaces of Newark's 12th Century castle.
VENUE: Sherwood Pines Forest ParkClipstone
Join expert, Dr Patrick Harding, author of the Collins Little Gem Guide on Fungi, for a talk and walk on fungi.
Men, Women and Things: A World of Worlds is a brand new display from the internationally renowned Portland Collection of fine and decorative art, on display at the Harley Gallery.
Discover the secret spaces of Newark's 12th Century castle. Includes South West (King John's) and Gatehouse, galleries and undercroft.
VENUE: Farnsfield Village CentreFarnsfield
Farnsfield Local History Society collects and celebrates the history of Farnsfield. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month.
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