Sep 10, 2021
The Grand opening of the Christ church primary school

New chapter begins for Christ Church Primary School in Middlebeck

Newark’s newest primary school building, Christ Church C of E Primary School, has opened its doors to its first pupils this week.

Sep 7, 2021
A Cultural exchange for the mayflower

Bassetlaw Welcomes The Wampanoag Perspective

This September, the Pilgrim Roots team based in Bassetlaw Museum will welcome representatives of the Wampanoag Nation for a cultural exchange visit. The Wampanoag are partners in the Mayflower 400 Four Nations commemorations, along with the UK, the USA and the Netherlands.

Sep 6, 2021
All Aboard

Chesterfield Canal Trip Boats

Seth Ellis is the current Chesterfield Canal Trust tripboat in the Retford area. Since the Covid rules were relaxed in mid-July, it has carried scores of happy passengers on charters and has run public trips from Drakeholes and the Boat Inn at Hayton. It often runs cruises on Sundays from the Chequers Inn at Ranby and will be in Retford for Heritage Day (September 11th). Look out for Halloween cruises and of course the ever-popular Santa Specials later in the year. All the cruises can be booked online via the Trust’s website.

Sep 6, 2021
Tie up your trainers and get joining in

Call For Runners & Walkers To Join The Bun Run

The first ‘Bun Run’ is to take place on the historic estate of Welbeck, near Worksop, on Saturday 11th September in order to raise funds for The School of Artisan Food’s charitable work. A lot of baking takes place at the School, thus the name of this new annual event! 

Sep 6, 2021
A Trail For 2 And 4 Legs

Return Of Nottingham Ale Trail

Organised by Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID) and delivered through the It’s in Nottingham channel, the event will be taking place from Friday 3 September 2021 to Sunday 3 October 2021. There will be six themed trails named after a well known friend of foe of Nottingham’s favourite outlaw, Robin Hood for people to follow. These are featured in maps and cards produced by Nottingham BID, that are free for people to pick up at any of the participating venues or *Nottingham Tourism and Travel Centre.

Sep 6, 2021
Prize Give-away

Relax, Explore, Stay & Dine At Chatsworth

There's arts and culture, history and horticulture at Chatsworth, grounds to explore and wonderful places to stay and to dine. Made is offering one lucky winner the chance to win Afternoon Tea for Two at Flying Childers, Chatsworth Stables, a £100 gift voucher towards a dining experience or an overnight stay with Devonshire Hotels and a £50 gift voucher for Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop or Farm Shop Cafe, Pilsley. All thanks to our fabulous friends at Chatsworth!

Sep 6, 2021
Built In the Heart Of Sherwood Forest

Black Newstead

Newstead Abbey has a long, complex and unique history. Built in the heart of Sherwood Forest in the 12th century, it was home to a community of Augustinian canons until the closure of all religious houses in the 1540s. It was home to 9 successive generations of the Byron family for the next 280 years. Newstead’s place in the global consciousness was cemented by the last of these generations: the visionary poet George Gordon, 6th Lord Byron.

Sep 6, 2021

Lit Fest celebrates Great Company

The hugely popular Literary Festival will take place between Sunday 12th September and Sunday 19th September across the district with a host of activities for book lovers and aspiring authors, as well as fun for the whole family.

Sep 6, 2021
The Makers Market

Peak Village Launches Makers Market For Artisan Producers

A new, regular ‘Makers Market’ is being launched at Peak Village (formerly Peak Shopping Village) in Rowsley to bring together high-quality artisans, crafters, makers and bakers as well as street food and live acoustic music from Derbyshire and beyond.
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