Come & visit our village, look around beautiful private gardens, Norman church & view an Elizabethan mansion ruin.
Take part in our childrens (and big kids too) treasure hunt; find the clues in the gardens and enter the competition to win a fantastic prize!
South Essex College of Further & Higher Education Costume Construction Course Project: costume exhibition of traditional historical costume based on research from The Workhouse Southwell from Lady Laura Ridding to nurses and teacher to paupers. Booking Not Needed.
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
Today, Sat 28 Jul, Sat 4 Aug, Sat 11 Aug, Sat 18 Aug, Sat 25 Aug
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening.
Through the absorption of the divine power, many people are experiencing the healing of illnesses and pain, that have been declared as “incurable” by the medical profession.
The Nottingham Mechanics (Board Room), 3 North Sherwood Street, Nottingham
Get the whole family out on bikes and join experienced ride leaders to explore the trails and tracks at Clumber Park. This event is suitable for all ages and follows a route that will take about 1 hour.
Bring your own bike (in road worthy condition) or hire a bike from our Cycle Centre at a discounted rate of 3.
Rattlejag Morris will be presenting their new "Bull dance" in Newark market place at the opening of the 2nd Newark Traditions Festival by the mayor. Along with around 16 other teams they will be celebrating our English morris dance traditions around the town on the Saturday.
Sing, Swing, Strawbs
Ryton Chorale and Worksop Youth Choir conducted by Ruth Massey, joined by the U3A Swing Band present a programme of light, well known and popular music
In addition to the music strawberries and cream will be served and there will be craft, bric-a-brac and games stalls.
We have had great success opening our large garden/grounds. Having rave reviews and many requests to use one of our absolutely unique summer houses we have decided this is the way forward. We are offering a fabulous traditional vintage afternoon tea in one of our gorgeous summer houses served on vintage crockery.
Plant lovers’ garden, approaching ½ acre. Flowing colour themed and specie borders, with rare, exotic and unusual plants, provide a wealth of colour and interest, whilst the unique fruit and vegetable garden generates an abundance of produce.
Small cottage garden packed full with colourful, bee friendly, informal planting. A sedum roof, mosaics, water features, and a brick well all add unique interest. There is a decked seating area and summerhouse. A wildlife stream meanders down to a pond and bog garden.
A large garden hidden behind old farmhouse in the village centre with views over open fields. Many trees incl cedars, limes, oaks and chestnuts which, with high beech and yew hedges, create hidden places to be explored. Old orchard, ponds, turf mound, rose garden, winter garden and old garden with herbaceous borders.
The Memorial Garden is set in an acre of beautifully landscaped countryside and provides an important counterpoint to the museum. Over 1200 scented white roses have been planted, many of them dedicated by Holocaust survivors and their families.
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.
We Dig the Castle - first held in 2015 - is Nottingham Castle’s annual training excavation. Whether you’re a total beginner or already have some experience, We Dig the Castle is for anybody who would like to gain or develop fieldwork skills, be part of an archaeological project, or play a role in...
Nottingham Castle, Lenton Road, Nottingham
Mon 23 Jul to Fri 27 Jul, Mon 30 Jul to Fri 3 Aug, Mon 6 Aug to Fri 10 Aug, Mon 13 Aug to Fri 17 Aug
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.
Led activities at 11am and 2pm with drop in activities throughout day at the Discovery Centre. Join one of the team for a fun led range of 50 Things at 11am and 2pm, or drop into the Discovery Centre throughout the day. Booking Not Needed. Dogs on leads welcome.
Send Me No Flowers - At one of his many visits to his doctor, hypochondriac George Kimball (Rock Hudson) mistakes a dying man’s diagnosis for his own and believes he only has about two more weeks to live.
Mansfield Central Library Four Seasons Centre West Gate, Mansfield Nottinghamshire