VENUE: Worksop LibraryWorksop
There's a fantastic programme of events & activities for all the family at Worksop Library this Winter.
VENUE: Mansfield Central LibraryMansfield
There's a brilliant programme of events & activities at Mansfield Library this Winter.
VENUE: Bassetlaw MuseumRetford
5 wonderful creative & fun days of everything Ancient Egyptian!
VENUE: National Civil War CentreNewark
It's Fake News February at the National Civil War Museum - come & discover how 'fake' news isn't a new thing!"
VENUE: The Crossing Church and CentreWorksop
A talk by Dr David Skillen 'Britain’s Bloodiest Day – The Battle of Towton 1461'
VENUE: Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage CentreWelbeck
Join Andrew Brown-Jackson, a professional dry-stone waller and hedge layer, on this two day course.
VENUE: Retford LibraryRetford
Join North Notts Short Story Competition author Elizabeth Carney-Marsh talking about herself and her winning story 'Bonnets to Breeches'.
VENUE: The Harley GalleryWelbeck
Each month the Walk & Talk Tour gives you a different opportunity to discover, learn and enjoy The Harley Gallery's exhibits and exhibitions.
VENUE: Rampton Village HallRampton
Saturday School :- The History of Railway Posters
VENUE: HSBC Bank, RetfordRetford
Come and see the unveiling of this specially commissioned landmark sculpture to mark the 2019 Retford in Bloom campaign.
Come and discover the secrets of Amcott House, the home of Bassetlaw Museum, and lots about the museum itself too on this fascinating 45 minute tour.
VENUE: The Well Retford Baptist ChurchRetford
A mixed programme covering themes and issues from the work of Christian Heritage.
This is a free event which focuses on the history and present reality of tolerance about religious belief (or non-belief).
VENUE: The Museum of The HorseTuxford
Over 20 rare and interesting saddles along with Habits, Bridles, Safety Stirrups, whips and other accoutrements, pictures and prints.
VENUE: NationwideRetford,Worksop,Mansfield,Mansfield Woodhouse ,Newark,Southwell
Come and meet the local farmers who grow food, care for the countryside & lots more. A wonderful opportunity to discover what it really means to be a farmer.
Welbeck Abbey’s State Rooms are open to the public during August for guided tours. These walking tours last approximately an hour and a half.
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