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Today to 21 Feb 18 within 40 miles.

More details - The Beeches - Open Garden for NGS
One acre garden full of colour and interest to plant enthusiasts looking for unusual and rare plants. Spring gives some 250 named snowdrops together with hellebores and early daffodils. The lawn is awash with crocus, fritillarias, anemones, narcissi and cyclamen. Large vegetable garden on raised beds.
The Beeches, Newark
Sun 11 Feb, Wed 21 Feb

More details - Ray (Chooper) Cooper
Ray started to play in bands when he was 16, moving between rock, punk, pop and world music, working as a singer, bass guitarist and cellist.
The HopBarn Hopyard Farm Hockerwood lane Southwell
Sat 10 Feb

More details - The Workhouse, Southwell - February Half Term - Family Space
We will have a family space open for both Leicester and Nottingham school holidays. There will be different types of activities daily, from crafts to games, something for all ages of the family. Booking Not Needed. Children welcome. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
The Workhouse, Southwell, Upton Road, Southwell,
Sat 10 Feb to Sun 25 Feb

More details - The Workhouse, Southwell - Pop-up Paupers
Explore The Workhouse find inmate doing their daily jobs and help them work. Booking Not Needed.
The Workhouse, Southwell, Upton Road, Southwell,
Wed 14 Feb, Wed 21 Feb

More details - Clumber Park - Clumber Park Runners
If you are completely new to running, looking to ease yourself back into some gentle exercise or training for a parkrun or Race for Life, this is the perfect group for you. Join our qualified Leaders in Running Fitness, in the beautiful setting of Clumber Park to gradually build your fitness and confidence in running.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Today, Wed 31 Jan

More details - Clumber Park - Nordic Walking Group Session
The workout that tones the whole body! Burns 46% more calories than ordinary walking. Great for neck, shoulder and back problems. Easy on the knees and joints. Suitable for all levels / ages. Sociable, safe outdoor exercise.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Fri 26 Jan

More details - Clumber Park - Clumber Park parkrun
Enjoy a run through the woodland and parkland around Clumber Park. Starting from the Burrow (located near the cricket ground) this 5km (two lap course) takes you through the woodland and parkland of Clumber Park. If you would like an official time you will need to register at www.parkrun.org.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Sat 27 Jan, Sat 3 Feb, Sat 10 Feb, Sat 17 Feb, Sat 24 Feb

More details - Clumber Park - Trust 10
A free monthly 10k trail run through the woodland paths. See the beauty of the seasons changing. Free, fun, informal, forever and for everyone. Come and Trust10 with us. Join us on the fourth Sunday of the month for our free 10k run. Registration is on the day at 8.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Sun 28 Jan, Sun 25 Feb

More details - Clumber Park - Drop in walks with volunteer rangers
Join our volunteer rangers on a guided walk around less familiar parts of Clumber Park reflecting a diverse range of habitats. The walk will last between 2-3 hours and cover up to 6 miles. The walk covers a mixture of surfaces across heathland and woodlands so paths may be muddy in places.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Tue 6 Feb

More details - Clumber Park - Walkabout Clumber
A great way to become more active with walking for health. The time taken varies depending on the walk length which are 1, 3, 5 and 8 mile walks. Booking Not Needed. Children welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Sun 11 Feb

More details - Clumber Park - Chapel Winter Clean - Conservation in Action
Our chapel undergoes our annual deep clean in the winter. Why not pop along and see exactly what we do, and help us keep the chapel the special place it is today. There’s lots of opportunities to get involved. Booking Not Needed. Children are welcome. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Thu 15 Feb to Tue 20 Feb

More details - Clumber Park - Bird box  making for our feathered friends
Drop in for our bird box making day . Families will have the opportunity of learning more about our native birds and getting creative making their own bird boxes with the guidance of Clumber’s Rangers. Hopefully your new bird box will encourage a variety of birds to stay in your garden! Booking Not Needed.
Clumber Park, Worksop
Wed 21 Feb

More details - Urban Voodoo Machine
Urban Voodoo Machine + The Outlines, Vegas 6. Dukes of Bordello and Slaughterhouse Cats: Tickets avaiable.
The Workmans and The Black Market Venue, Warsop
Sat 3 Feb

More details - Discover the grandeur of  Gothic Kelham Hall...!
Discover magnificent Gothic Kelham Hall - the hidden treasure of England! A glorious Victorian Gothic Revival country mansion where you can join Prof Franklin Charles Bishop on a rare guided tour of this Victorian home, once the home of a wealthy aristocratic family!
Kelham Hall & Country Park, Kelham, Near Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire
Sun 28 Jan

More details - Intimate Exchanges a play by Alan Ayckbourn
Dukeries Theatre Group present Alan Ayckbourn’s witty comedy Intimate Exchanges. The play centres on the relationship between Toby and Celia Teasdale. He’s the headmaster of a private school and she’s his put upon wife.
Acorn Community Theatre, Queen Street, Worksop.
Thu 15 Feb to Sat 17 Feb

More details - Antique, Collectors, Craft, Book & Curiosities Fair
For all collectors of antiques, jewelery, silver, art, book lovers and much more come along and pick up a bargain on Sunday, 18 February,2018 @ Epperstone Village Hall, 10.00am to 4pm Adults £1 entry, accompanied children free. Refreshments available many home made at affordable prices. Stalls from £20.
Epperstone Village Hall, Gonalstone Lane, Epperstone, Nottingham
Sun 18 Feb

More details - Stephen Gay - “Railways in a Cornish Landscape
Coddington History Group invite you to a richly illustrated talk by Stephen Gay. We are looking forward to this his third visit.
Coddington Village Hall, Main Street,
Mon 12 Feb

More details - Whitwell Scouts and Guides Burns Night
Come and join us for our annual celebration of Burns night at Whitwell Community Centre Menu includes: Assorted Soups Haggis, neaps & tatties Vegetarian, Alternative and special diet option available Range of Scottish deserts including Clootie Dumpling, Cranachan, Cakes and Cheeses Traditional aspects: Selkirk
Whitwell Community Centre, The Square, Whitwell, Nr Worksop
Sat 27 Jan

More details - Woodpeckers - Open Garden for NGS
4 acres of mature woodland and formal gardens with spectacular views over Trent Valley. Carpets of snowdrops at Feb/March opening. 500 rhododendrons/azaleas in May. Scented rose tunnel/wisteria arbour. Balustrade terrace for teas. Glade with 200yr old cedars overlooking ponds, waterfalls and croquet lawn.
Woodpeckers, Nottingham
Sun 18 Feb, Sun 4 Mar

More details - Make your own Toadstool House
Get creative with your kids and have a go at making and decorating a Toadstool House made of recycled cups and paper plates. Perfect for any budding fairy hunter or for critters at the bottom of the garden! Perfect for children aged 4-10. Adult supervision required. Booking essential. Cost includes all materials.
Natural World Centre, Whisby Nature Park, Moor Lane, Thorpe on the Hill
Sat 27 Jan

More details - DIY Insect Suncatchers
Get creative with your little ones and have a go at making one of our bright bugs, perfect for hanging in the window! Beetles, bees, butterflies, what will you create? Cost includes all materials for as many bugs as you can make in the hour. Adult supervision required. Booking Essential.
Natural World Centre, Whisby Nature Park, Moor Lane, Thorpe on the Hill
Fri 16 Feb

More details - February Half Term at Leo's Den
Join us at Leo’s Den Holiday Club to celebrate the Chinese New Year and explore the far east. We will be making chinese dragons, trying out a chinese taster menu, making fortunes for each other, a trip to the Nottingham Contemporary Museum to see the paper exhibition and then have a go at origami.
Bestwood Avenue, Arnold, Nottingham
Mon 19 Feb to Fri 23 Feb

More details - Mother Goose
Join Bolsover Drama Group for a traditional pantomime for all the family. Wednesday 24th to Saturday 27th January 2018, Nightly at 7:15pm (Saturday matinee at 2:00pm) at The Assembly Rooms, Bolsover Tickets £8.00 (Concessions £7.00).
The Assembly Rooms, Hill Top, Bolsover
Today to Sat 27 Jan

More details - Medieval Mayhem
Step back in time and have Medieval fun this summer! Meet Sir Cuss for your squire training and get active in games to test your skill and courage.
Bolsover Castle, Castle Street, Bolsover
Mon 19 Feb to Mon 26 Feb

More details - Pantomime- The Princess & The Pea
A fun filled Pantomime for all the family. Meet a self-absorbed Queen, a wily Duke, a young Prince, Connie the kitchen maid, Harry the royal valet, Herbie the gardener and Dame Deirdre Dumplings, the palace housekeeper.
Barnby Memorial Hall, High Street, Blyth, Worksop
Thu 8 Feb to Sun 11 Feb

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