Last month saw the 40th anniversary of the Falklands War. Local resident Kevin Harper was one of the Royal Marine Commandos who served in the conflict. He kindly shared his story with the Bramley.

Clients from Reach Learning Disability in Southwell recently welcomed family carers for lunch to show their appreciation for all their support.

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More than two months after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and with the ensuing aggression still very much in the news, families from the war-torn area are beginning to arrive in the UK.

 

 

Southwell showed its generous and sunny side on 26th March when a large number of people came out to buy tickets for the Southwell Scouts Easter Hamper Raffle.

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We are delighted to share with you a story of great success for one of the Minster School's fabulous Year 12 Photography and Art students Jess Weaver.

Saxophonist Rob Burton makes his debut performance at Southwell Minster this Saturday, 12th March, joining forces with the English Pro Musica string orchestra and award winning Nottingham Trent University Chamber Choir.

Les Misérables is a big production in any sense of the word. Soaring music; complex sets and emotive characters, it needs performers of some stature and maturity to do it justice and the students at the Minster School did just that!

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International artists from the USA, Canada and Australia will grace the stages of this summer's Gate To Southwell Festival (14th to 17th July).

Before COVID hit many people in the town felt that we needed a place for the young people of Southwell and the surrounding area.

The collection phase of the Rotary Christmas tree campaign has ended satisfactorily with some 200 Christmas trees being collected from householders within the Bramley distribution area.

History was made on Saturday 22nd January as Southwell Minster received its first ever Canon Missioner.

To celebrate 20 years since the National Trust opened The Workhouse and Infirmary to the public, visitors can experience a unique photographic exhibition looking back at the restoration of the site.

Read the February issue here

Progress on Southwell's skatepark redevelopment has reached the next stage, as the brief for the new facility is ready to go out to tender after budget approval by Southwell Town Council this January.

Every spring one of Nottinghamshire's little known secrets opens its doors to applications. This is the Nottingham Roosevelt Scholarship.

Local charity Reach Learning Disability would like to thank Southwell Bridge Club, The Viking Challenge and The Co-op Local Community Fund for their recent donations.

A new campaign to find 100 young Hospice Heros is launched today, following the ongoing Hospice Hearts project.

Read the July issue featuring:
Panto is back!
100 years of Edingley
Through the windows of Newark's past

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