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Covid-19 Restrictions

Due to current restrictions many local events have had to be cancelled or postponed. Before attending please check with organisers via their website or social media, for up to date opening arrangements. When attending any event, please continue to follow social distancing guidance and be considerate of others.



Wednesday, 23rd June 2021

Robin Hood Theatre
7.30pm

Chalk - One Man Comedy Drama

Written and performed by Simon Carter, this is the Robin Hood Theatre's latest show. Runs from 23rd to 26th June. 7.30 pm, doors at 6.45 pm, priced at £5.00


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Sunday, 27th June 2021

Edingley
2.00pm onwards

100 years of Edingley - a grand village celebration!

Sunday 27th June Edingley will be holding a village fete to celebrate 100 years of history and a new children’s play area, which was officially opened in November 2020. Families can enjoy a dog show, juggling, vintage tractor display, a presentation of images of Edingley over the years, local craft stalls, ice creams, teas, coffees and a BBQ. Local residents are also invited to produce a floral display (planters, bunting, etc.) outside their homes to decorate the village on the day. Check the village noticeboard and further issues of the Bramley for the latest event information nearer the time.


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Saturday, 3rd July 2021

War Memorial Recreation Ground - Southwell
12.00pm

Southwell Fun Day

This year's Fun Day will take place on Saturday 3rd July from 12.00pm until 4.00pm on the War Memorial recreation Ground. Entertainment includes a Jazz band, Joker entertainer, refreshment stands and much more...


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Sunday, 4th July 2021

Wollaton Hall

TITUS T.REX IS KING EXHIBITION – WOLLATON HALL

The first real Tyrannosaurus rex to be exhibited in England for over a century will arrive in Nottingham this summer. The skeleton of Titus, discovered in the Montana Badlands in 2018, will be revealed for the first time at the Wollaton Hall Natural History Museum, the focus of a new exhibition set to explore his life and environment. Opening on Sunday 4th July 2021 and running until August 2022, the exhibition, Titus: T. rex is King, has been specially designed around the T. rex, himself, with digital and interactive virtual media displays that will immerse visitors in his extraordinary journey from discovery in the Montana Badlands in the USA, through the experience of excavation, curation, examination, rebuild and final reveal. The exhibition, taking over some 4,000 square feet, explores the legend of the T. rex and is also set to dispel some myths about this immense iconic dinosaur – that lived over 66 million years ago. Tickets for TITUS T. REX IS KING are on sale now, set at £12.00 for an adult, £8.00 for a child (under 16 years), students and concessions, £32.00 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children under 16 years) and under 3s and carers have no entry fees to pay. Booking fees & car parking charges apply. With covid safety measures in place, booking in advance is essential. There will also be a range of special merchandise developed to accompany the exhibition including a limited-edition book, cataloguing in even greater detail, the story of Titus. To book tickets and for more information, visit the website at www.wollatonhall.org.uk/titus


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Thursday, 2nd September 2021

Kirklington

Gate to Southwell Festival

2nd to 5th September in Kirklington!


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Sunday, 19th September 2021

Newark Dragon Boat Race Festival confirmed

Newark Dragon Boat Festival gets go-ahead for Sunday 19th September. The event started in 2019 as a joint project between Beaumond House Hospice Care and the Children’s Bereavement Centre. Thousands of people lined the banks of the River Trent to support the 27 teams who took part, raising a staggering £28,274, which was split between the two much-loved Newark charities. For further details on how to enter a team for 2021 please call 01636 610556 or visit www.beaumondhouse.co.uk


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