Wednesday, 23rd August 2017

The World's End Inn, Lowdham
7.30pm

The Great British Bump Off

A Murder Mystery Dinner, 23rd & 24th August. Tickets £25 include a 3 course dinner. See www.lowdhampanto.co.uk


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Thursday, 24th August 2017

Southwell
24th to 28th August

Southwell Music Festival

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Friday, 25th August 2017

Southwell Park
1pm to 3pm

A Summer of Fun: Circus Skills Workshop

To celebrate the amazing, brand new community park Friends of Southwell Parks are hosting a series of stay and play workshops over the summer holidays. Circus Skills Workshop: An afternoon of summer fun and a chance to learn lots of new skills with this fab circus skills workshop run by Lynn and Max. All ages welcome, bring a picnic down and meet on the park from 12 noon. Workshops will run from 1pm until 3pm.


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Friday, 25th August 2017

Southwell Methodist Church
3-4pm

Mirabile Vocal Ensemble

Following on from our success at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod last year, we are really pleased to have been invited to be involved in the Southwell Music Festival in August this year. We will be performing a varied programme, ranging from classical choral music and unaccompanied folk song to works by 21st century composers. No advance booking or tickets – entry subject to availability – collections in aid of the local hospice, Beaumond House Community Hospice.


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Saturday, 26th August 2017

Main Hall, The Minster School, Southwell
10.15am

Family Concert: The story of Babar the little elephant

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Saturday, 26th August 2017

Farnsfield Village Centre
9pm

Blues in Farnsfield

Ben Tyzack & Guy Tortora


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Sunday, 27th August 2017

Market Square, Southwell
10am to 4.30pm

Ceramics in Southwell

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Sunday, 27th August 2017

Papplewick Pumping Station
11am to 5pm

Craft Fair Steam Event

27th & 28th August. Various craft and gift stalls showcasing some of the county’s finest talent, plus on Monday only Traditional Punch & Judy shows and performances by Shades of Blonde. With all engines in steam, underground reservoir tours, miniature railway, children’s activities and cafe?.


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Monday, 28th August 2017

Lowdham Village Hall
1pm

Lowdham Summer Show

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Tuesday, 29th August 2017

Oakmere Park Golf Club
6pm to 8pm

Ladies & Girls Golf Taster Session

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Wednesday, 6th September 2017

Nottingham Arts Theatre
6th to 9th September

The Boy Who fell into a Book

"Books are Dangerous Things!" so says Kevin – the "BOY WHO FELL INTO A BOOK". One minute, 10-year-old Kevin is in bed, reading the exploits of sock-it-to-'em private investigator ROCKFIST SLIM; the next, he is trapped inside a disused industrial oven alongside his hero. The mismatched pair set out on a series of adventures through the books on Kevin's shelves, meeting well-known childrens' characters along the way!! Will Kevin and Rockfist Slim defeat the enemies? Will Kevin ever get back to his bedroom? Come along to Nottingham Arts Theatre from 6th-9th September – Tickets available from Box Office 0115 9476096 or www.nottingham-theatre.co.uk


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Sunday, 10th September 2017

Upton Hall
9am to 2pm

BHI Clock & Watch Fair

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Sunday, 10th September 2017

Brackenhurst Hall
10am to 2pm

Brackenhurst Hall, Heritage Open Day

A large Grade II listed country house built in 1828 and extensively remodelled in c1890 by Sir William Hicking, a prominent Nottingham manufacturer. The birthplace in 1861 of Field Marshal Viscount Allenby, British Commander in Palestine 1917-18. The Hall is set in extensive formal gardens with a walled kitchen garden, small lake, and an Orangery which is now a coffee shop where beverages and snacks will be available. The Hall became an agricultural college in 1949 and is now the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences of Nottingham Trent University. There will be conducted tours of parts of the Hall where a small photographic exhibition will be on display together with some historical agricultural implements. A member of staff will also be available in the gardens to give further information.


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Wednesday, 13th September 2017

Farnsfield Village Centre
7.30pm

Farnsfield Local History Society

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Thursday, 14th September 2017

Southwell Methodist Church
9am to 10.30am

Little Stars

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Tuesday, 19th September 2017

The Minster Centre, Southwell
10am to 12 noon

Mellors & Kirk Valuation Day

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Friday, 29th September 2017

NTU Brackenhurst Campus, Southwell
10am to 5pm

Innovation and Outsourcing

Friday 29th and Saturday 30 September. Take advantage of food trends and develop your product for market. Are you a Nottinghamshire or Derbyshire small or medium enterprise, business start-up or entrepreneur in the food and drink industry? The Food and Drink Innovation Hub at Nottingham Trent University has funding from the European Regional Development Fund to support your business. The Hub is growing a network of small and medium sized businesses in the local area, giving you access to our academics, facilities and expertise free of charge. We know how important your product is. Join experts in the food and drink industry on 29 and 30 September 2017 for our free introduction to creating new products and getting them made. We will introduce you to outsourcing, its benefits and implications. We will also share tips and tricks on developing a new product, along with innovative packaging, to take advantage of industry trends and grow your business.


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Saturday, 21st October 2017

Southwell
10am to 4pm

Bramley Apple Festival 2017

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