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BARLBOROUGH

THE BARLBOROUGH ‘Little’ School: Coffee shop open Tuesday and Thursday, 9am-12noon.

BARLBOROUGH Heritage and Visitors’ Centre: A Morning of Nostalgia, Saturday 9th June, 10am in Park View Community Centre. Includes a film show of past Renishaw Galas from 1937-1954 plus a short film of Barlborough in the winter of 1947. Numbers are limited. Tickets from Barlborough Heritage Centre at just £3 each to include light refreshments. Funds raised will go towards the running costs of the Centre: Tel: 01246 810100.

BARLBOROUGH History Group: Meetings have been temporarily suspended. The group have chosen instead to do site visits to Historical places of interest with connections to Barlborough.

BRING and Buy Book Club, Little School Coffee Shop: A selection of second hand books on Tuesday and Thursdays, 9am-12noon. Paperbacks from 50p and hardbacks £1. Also a selection of handmade cards by the Park View craft group. All proceeds to Bluebell Wood Children’s hospice.

SCOUTS: Fridays 7-8.30pm. If you think that you could help either weekly or sharing on a less regular basis come along to a meeting or ring Steve Riley on: 07855 413577.

TAI Chi: The Barlborough and District Tai Chi Group members invite you to join them for exercise and good company every week, 12.15-1.45pm in the Village Hall. All welcome. Tel. 01246 812198.

BARLBOROUGH Resource Centre: Tuesdays, 9am-3pm Internet Cafe. Wednesdays, 9am-3pm normal centre services. Rooms available to hire. Thursdays, 9.30am-5pm, normal centre services plus craft workshops 10am-12noon. Fridays closed. Saturdays, 9am-12noon. New members always welcome. Did you used to live on the Row or do you have ancestors that lived on Low Common/Barbers Row? Why not visit one of our meetings. We have collected a large amount of photographs depicting life on the Row. We are now busy compiling stories which we hope to publish. Every other Wednesday, Barlborough Resource Centre, Ward Lane, 7pm.

CARLTON

ALZHEIMER’S Society Bassetlaw Branch, The Costhorpe Centre, Northumberland Avenue: Offers support, advice and information. Memories Social Club, Monday-Thurs 1-3.30pm, activities, trips out and socialising with people in a similar situation, open to all. Contact Sue Brewin: 01909 730886.

BROWNIES, Parish Centre: Wednesdays, 5.45pm.

Christian Aid Week 2012: The collections in Carlton, Costhorpe and Oldcotes this year realised £2,517.28 an increase of £220 on last year. Well done everyone, givers, collectors and anyone who helped in any way, sincere thanks.

CLEVELAND Close Community Centre: Bingo Tuesdays 2-4pm Tel. 01909 733858. Councillor David Hare Surgery, first Saturday of month, 9-9.45am. Healthy Living Group, gentle exercise, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of month, 9.45-11am. Tel: 01909 731185. Indoor Bowls, Thursdays, 2-4pm, £1.50 includes light refreshments. Judo, 6.15-8.45pm, £3. Tel: 07784649915 for further details. Luncheon Club, Tuesdays 11am-2pm, £4.50. 01909 540449. Movement To Music, Wednesdays 2-4pm, £1. Tel: 01909 731564.

DUKE of Edinburgh, Inter Club Youth Club: Thursdays, 6.30-9pm.

METHODIST Schoolroom: Boy’s Brigade: Tuesdays 6-7pm. Brownies: Wednesdays, 6-7.15pm. Carlton Guides, 1st and 2nd: Thursdays, 7-8.30pm. Rainbow Guides: Thursdays, 5-6pm, for girls aged between 5-7 years.

POPLARS Church: Sundays, church meeting 10.30am, (first Sunday of month held at the Gospel Hall, Church Walk, Worksop). For more information tel. 01909 530171.

SCOUT Headquarters: Beavers: Thursdays, 5pm. Cubs: Thursdays, 6.45pm. Explorer Scouts: Wednesdays at 7.30pm. Scouts: Mondays, 7.30pm.

SHO-Shin-Budo Kwai, Cleveland Close Community Centre: Tuesdays 6.30-8.30pm, five years to adult, £3.

WOMEN’S Institute, Parish Centre: Meetings are held in the Parish Centre the second Thursday of the month at 7.15pm, visitors £3. The walking group meet on the Green at 9.15am every Monday except the Monday before the monthly meeting. The gardening club meet monthly in the Ann Daniels Centre, the Luncheon Club every two months. For time and date ring Carol on 01909 731514.

WORKSOP and District Live at Home Scheme, Ann Daniels Centre, 64 Dadley Road: Mondays, Over 60s Lunch Club and Games Afternoon, 12noon-3pm. Tuesdays, Over 60s Lunch Club, 12noon-1.30pm. Wednesdays, (Rayton Spur Community Centre) Over 60s Lunch Club and Activities, 12noon-2.30pm. Thursdays, Over 60s Coffee Morning and Bingo, 10.30am-12.30pm. Telephone for details: 01909 732488.

YOUNG Parent’s Group, Kingston Junior School, Long Lane: Mondays, 1-3pm. Saturdays office hours

CLOWNE

CLOWNE Wildlife Group: For further information on group activities contact Jim Russell on: 01246 812 724.

COSTHORPE

CARLTON Youth Centre, Lawn Road, Costhorpe: Mondays, Senior sessions ages 13, 6.30-8.45pm, Wednesdays, Junior sessions year groups 4-8, 6-8pm. Thursdays Senior sessions ages 13+, 6.30-8.45pm. Fridays Junior sessions year groups 3-6, 6.30-8pm. Sunday Interclub ages 12-15, 4-6pm. Sundays, Senior sessions ages 13+ 6.30-8.45pm. Tel. 01909 733064.

CRESWELL

LOCAL History Group, Cavendish Suite, Social Centre: First and third Thursdays of the month, 7pm.

ROYAL British Legion, Old Comrades Social Club, Dover Street: Held every two months, 10.30am. You don’t have to be ex-services to join, everyone is welcome.

WOOD Avenue Club: Queens Court, Tuesdays 6.45pm for bingo and raffle. New members always welcome.

ELMTON

WELL DRESSING: The 2012 Elmton Well Dressing will go on display in Elmton village, near Creswell on Friday 29th June, 7pm, and will remain on display for approximately two weeks. The event takes place at The Old Schoolroom next to St Peter’s Church in Elmton. During the weekend there will be an exhibition of local history in the church from 12noon-4pm. Cream teas available.

HARWORTH

ST PATRICK’S RC Church: Sunday services, 10.30am, Mass.

HODTHORPE

HODTHORPE Primary School: Thursdays free parent and child playgroup, 9-11am during term time.

LANGOLD

VILLAGE Hall: Agewell: Mondays for the over 50s, 10am-2pm for bingo, line dancing etc, refreshments available. Bassetlaw District Council: Wednesdays 1-3pm. Bingo: Tuesdays, doors open 6pm, eyes down 7.30pm. Thursdays 6-9pm. Brownies: Wednesdays 6-8pm. Credit Union: Mondays 2-4pm. Police Surgery: Every second Wednesday 1-3pm. Resource Centre: Fridays 9am-3pm.

OLDCOTES

ST MARK’S Church: Sunday services, 10am, United Benefice Holy Communion.

VILLAGE Hall: Art Class: Wednesdays 9.30am-12.30pm. Carpet Bowls: Mondays 2-4pm. Thursdays 2.30-4.30pm, Games Evening, alternate Mondays, 7.30-9.30pm. Sequence Dancing: Wednesdays 8-10pm. Toddler Group: Mondays 10am-12noon.

RHODESIA

CARPET Bowls and Luncheon Club, Village Hall: Thursdays, 10-11.30am for over 60s. Once a month members go for lunch after playing, all welcome.

RHODESIA Seniors, Village Hall: Mondays, 2.30-4pm over 50s are invited to drop in for a chat, tea and cake.

SHIREOAKS

LUNCHEON Club, Shireoaks Village Hall: Thursdays 11.30am-1.30pm. New members welcome. Contact Jean on 01909 483586 for more information.

ST LUKE’S Music Group, St Luke’s Church: First and third Sunday in the month and meet previous Wednesday in church 7.30pm to rehearse.

WELBECK

ESTATE’S Brass Band, Holbeck Woodhouse band room: Monday and Thursdays 7.30-9.30pm. New players welcome. Beginners session Saturdays 9.30-10.30am. For more information visit www.welbeckband.com.

WHITWELL

ST LAWRENCE’S Church: Sunday 3rd June: 8am Said Eucharist, 6pm Service of thanksgiving for the Queens Diamond Jubilee. Tuesday 12th, 2pm Afternoon Tea and Bingo at the Community Centre. Tickets available from Whitwell Fellowship Members £2.

WHITWELL Community Centre, The Square: Saturday 9th June, Coffee Morning in aid of Chesterfield & District MS Society 9.30-11am. Monday 11th, Mother & Toddler Group 9.30-11am, £1.30 per child, all welcome. Tuesday 12th, Whitwell Junior Players 5.15-7.15pm. 7 years upwards. Whitwell Players 7.30-9.30pm. New members welcome, not necessarily for acting. Wednesday 13th, Cash Bingo 8pm start.

WHITWELL Local History Group: On 29th May, Mr Kevin Topham, who had worked as a bomb disposal officer and in the oil and gas industry, gave a talk entitled the Secrets of Sherwood Forest - not the famous outlaw Robin Hood but the secret search for oil during the Second World War. 43 oil field workers were sent to sink 100 wells near Eakring and were found lodgings with the monks at Kelham Hall. The site is now owned by the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust who have set up a small museum.