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Like the latest technology, Ady is your must have in car companion. Not only playing great music, he is your personal sat nav with the up to the minute travel every twenty minutes.
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Throw the talc on the floor and pop on your dancing shoes. Dean Anderson has the best in northern soul every Thursday from 7pm.
Not made just for sandwiches, tea and cakes, but for great music to pass the time away. Weekday's from 1pm
The age old question, how exactly you spell his name? Travel, wit, humour and great songs weekdays from 10am
Music will be played by the Monsonaires 16 piece Big Band with vocalist Susan Dawn. Admission £10.00 inc. buffet. Tickets available from RST Music. Carter Gate, at the Balderton Community Centre and from Ken Daubney tel 01636 702577. The group look forward to further support from all the Ballroom dancers and people who like big band music as at our previous events.at Balderton Village Centre
Bowbridge Court care home are hosting a family fun day to help rasie money and awareness for the Alzheimer's society. The fun will be starting from 2pm till 5. We will have entertainment from Eleanor Mattey and AJ's school of dance will be attending with their musical theatre group, we have tombola's, face painting, BBQ, Cake stall and much much more! Come along and meet our residents and join in with the fun!at Bowbridge Court
Fosseway Writers are pleased to announce the launch of a new competition for writers in the Newark area. In conjunction with the organisers of the annual Newark Book Festival, we want to see more of the creative talent within our local area and therefore are launching the Joan Stephenson Trophy competition in honour of a long-standing member of the group with a passion for local history. This is a free-to-enter writing competition for writers from the Newark area on the subject of “Newark Stories from the Past”. This accommodates a huge range of subjects and genres, whether fiction, factual essays or memoirs and can span from the building of the Roman fosse way, through the Viking raids, King John and Robin Hood, the Civil War, the arrival of canals and trains, World Wars, nights out at pubs and clubs, right up to the stage finish in last year’s Tour of Britain. We’re looking for engaging pieces that take the reader back to that particular time. As for places, anywhere in the local area is fair game, from Southwell and the edges of Sherwood Forest to the local airfields just over the border into Lincolnshire. There are two age groups (under 16s and adult) and the winners will be presented with trophies at a special ceremony during Newark Book Festival (13-15 July 2018). *** Deadline is 18 May 2018 and full rules of entry are on our Competitions page. ***at Newark Market Place