VENUE: Nottinghamshire Mining MuseumMansfield
Come and view the captivating drawings of life on the coal face
by former Nottinghamshire coal miner Brian Morley.
VENUE: Worksop LibraryWorksop
Learn more about life in Worksop during the Second World War.
VENUE: The Chesterfield Canal - Chesterfield to West Stockwith
The Chesterfield Canal's second Walking Festival returns to celebrate this glorious waterway.
VENUE: The Harley GalleryWelbeck
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.
Heritage Open Days celebrate their 25th anniversary and become a ten-day festival celebrating local history, architecture and culture across England.
VENUE: Milton MausoleumMilton
An opportunity to visit the fascinating and beautiful Milton Mausoleum.
VENUE: Newark Showground Winthorpe
Runway Monday is a popular day for antiques sellers and collectors as well as the casual antiques browser.
VENUE: Newark Castle GroundsNewark
Discover the secret spaces of Newark's 12th Century castle.
Discover the secret spaces of Newark's 12th Century castle. Includes South West (King John's) and Gatehouse, galleries and undercroft.
VENUE: Southwell MinsterSouthwell
A guided tour of Southwell Minster and The Archbishop’s Palace. Free tour but donations appreciated.
VENUE: National Civil War CentreNewark
Join an expert guide who will take you to the hidden historical areas of Newark - Civil War Newark / Anglo Saxon, Medieval, Georgian & Victorian Newark.
VENUE: Rufford Abbey Country ParkRufford
Experience the sights and sounds of wartime Britain with a fantastic multi period living history weekend.
VENUE: Worksop Priory ChurchWorksop
Spend an afternoon enjoying a guided tour of the Church, its Gatehouse and the site of the ancient Augustinian Priory.
VENUE: Retford Majestic TheatreRetford
Relive the nostalgic days of wartime Britain as the delightful D-Day Darlings take you on a musical journey back to the heart of the 1940s.
VENUE: Mr Straw's House, WorksopWorksop
Join the team from Mr Straw's House visiting the places in Worksop where the Straw's walked, worked and worshipped.
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