The ‘BookBench’ sculpture trail, which has been organised by North Notts BID in collaboration with Wild in Art, a leading producer of spectacular public art events, will see 40 uniquely designed benches put on display across Worksop, Retford, Harworth and Tuxford for residents to find using a soon-to-be-released trail map.
A century of mixing innovation, design and passion has driven Maserati to create iconic vehicles, which have changed the way the world thinks about motoring – forever. Today this uniquely Italian recipe, kicks up into a new, higher gear with the arrival of a new brand global ambassador, David Beckham.
Mansfield District Council, supported by partners Mansfield BID, helped to ensure filming of scenes for the four-part limited series, starring Olivia Colman (The Favourite, The Crown) and David Thewlis (Wonder Woman, Fargo, the Harry Potter series), went smoothly.
The 40-minute route will take visitors along the Robin Hood Way footpath on the historic Welbeck estate, giving families the chance to explore art in a new way. The £60,000 project aims to draw more people to the visitor attractions, near Worksop, in North Nottinghamshire.
Author and award-winning TV producer, Jo Willett, will be joining an online event hosted by the Harley Gallery at Welbeck this summer. As author of the newly released The Pioneering Life of Mary Wortley Montagu, Jo will talk about the extraordinary Lady Mary and her friendship with Welbeck Abbey’s Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles Harley.
Located on the old market square in Worksop, the free event aims to attract people to the town centre to enjoy a cornucopia of activities, including live demonstrations by celebrity chefs, competitions and entertainment. The festival will also include a mixture of artisan food market stalls so visitors can smell, taste and buy a selection of delicacies from local vendors.
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 airport owner and developer of the adjacent GatewayEast project, Peel L&P, has doubled its Community Investment Fund (CIF) value this year to £10,000. This gave more local community groups the opportunity to apply for valuable financial support in a difficult year, where local charities and community associations are under enormous pressure.
Over the last ten years, the Open Studios Notts initiative has supported over 1,120 artists. Around 500 individual artists have taken part, and around 650 have participated as part of a group. Sherwood Forest Wood-Firing Society and Patchings at Calverton are two North Notts groups that have participated every year in some capacity.