Southwell Minster’s historic Chapter House reopened towards the end of 2021 following a crucial conservation and repair project. This latest phase in the building’s care has not only brought new life to the 13th century wonder but showcases its internationally renowned stone carvings through a fascinating reinterpretation of the space.
The 46 miles of the Chesterfield Canal vary hugely. There are places where you can’t see a house. You go past open fields and dense woods, delightful pubs and ancient bridges, but it also passes through several towns and villages.
Bassetlaw Museum is looking for volunteers to help with an exciting new project. The ‘Moving Stories’ exhibition aims to tell how and why people came to Bassetlaw, from the earliest times, up to present day.
Taking place on Thursday 9 June, the evening will feature four singers and five chamber musicians from Orlando’s venture ‘Wild Arts’ performing within the wonderful acoustics of the castle’s opulent Ballroom.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a variety of free and fun Jubilee-themed activities for all the family, including craft activities, a story time session with a local author, board games, a Dementia Friendly film screening of The Queen’s Corgi and much more. Inspire Learning and Mansfield Townscape Heritage Project will be in attendance for visitors to find out more about their services.
The Renaissance at Kelham Hall is set in 42 acres of picturesque gardens and manicured lawns, offering a balance of elegance and grandeur at every turn. The building is a stunning 19th century mansion, providing the perfect back drop for your wedding day and photos to look back on throughout your life together.
The small market town of East Retford in North Nottinghamshire is one of the oldest boroughs in England and is steeped in history and local folklore, from the notorious Highwayman, Dick Turpin to the colonists who settled in America.