14th (St. Anne's Scouts) Worksop are celebrating 100 years of scouting. The group is almost as old as the beautiful St. Anne’s Church, from where it takes its name. The church celebrated its own 100-year anniversary in 2012 and remains as treasured as ever to not only the scouts but countless other groups that enjoy its building for their activities.
The initiative, which is being delivered by North Notts BID in partnership with leading supplier of placemaking decorations City Dressing, includes the rollout of artistic pop-up installations and vibrant seating areas across town centres in Retford and Worksop.
May 20, 2021
A new vision and future developments for Worksop Town Centre.
The approval of the masterplan followed an eight week consultation in which local people expressed their views on the plan and the options available to make Worksop the type of town centre people want to use and live in over the coming years.
The new Bassetlaw District Council facility will include a refreshments kiosk and outdoor seating, a second public Changing Places facility in Worksop, a disabled toilet, a baby change and parent WC in addition to four unisex toilets. It will be situated opposite the splash pool, within an area of the sensory garden.
400 years ago, the Mayflower Pilgrims left England and set out for America. A number of the most influential and important Pilgrims came from North Nottinghamshire and to mark its seminal place in the Mayflower story, the Sherwood Forest Trust will be planting 400 oaks at Hodsock Priory - one for each year since that historic sea voyage. With the kind permission of landowner, Sir Andrew Buchanan, the Trust will establish the ‘Pilgrim Plantation’.