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DATE(S): 
Sunday 20th January 2019
TIMES: 
10.30am - 1.30pm
DETAILS: 
Get active with the MANSFIELD AND SHERWOOD WALKING GROUP who will be walking in open country through hill and farmland, from Pleasley to Oxclose Woods returning via Pleasley Vale. Note there is a flight of steps near the beginning of the walk.
WHERE: 
Meet at 10.30am in the car park at Pleasley Pit Country Park, NG19 7PH.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
Brian, Walk Leader
PHONE: 
07787252363
E-MAIL: 


DATE(S): 
Thursday 17th January 2019 - Sunday 20th January 2019
TIMES: 
Matinees on 19th and 20th Jan., 7.30pm on 17th and 18th Jan.
DETAILS: 
The LOVELACE THEATRE GROUP will be performing SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. This year they have a special offer - tickets for the Thursday night show are £1 off the usual prices, so £6 adults and £5 concessions, - under 18 and over 60. Tickets available from John Godber Centre, or seaty.co.uk/lovelacejan19.
WHERE: 
John Godber Centre, Ogle Street, Hucknall, NG15 7FQ.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
PHONE: 
0115 9639633 John Godber Centre
E-MAIL: 
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DATE(S): 
Saturday 12th January 2019 -Sunday 20th January 2019
TIMES: 
Nightly 7.15am, afternoon matinees 2.30pm.,
DETAILS: 
WESTFIELD FOLKHOUSEs PANTOMIME this year is ALADDIN, a fantastic Panto with great set, great costumes and hilarious script. Tickets are selling fast so make sure you get yours by contacting the Box Office at the Palace Theatre. All seats are £6 with a discount for block bookings.
WHERE: 
Panto will be performed at Mansfield Palace Theatre, Leeming Street, Mansfield, NG18 1NG.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
PHONE: 
01623 633133 - Mansfield Palace Theatre Booking Office
E-MAIL: 


DATE(S): 
Monday 21st January 2019 and Friday 25th January 2019
TIMES: 
6.30pm - 8.30pm
DETAILS: 
BRIDGE STREET METHODIST CHURCH, Mansfield, opens its SOUP KITCHEN every Monday and Friday evening in the Church Foyer. They offer warmth, sandwiches, tea or coffee and soup. Anyone without a home to call their own is welcome to go along. Contributions of tinned food and warm clothing are always very much appreciated. If anyone would like to volunteer in the Kitchen, please contact them via their their website, www.bridgestreetmethodistchurchmansfield.org.
WHERE: 
Mansfield Methodist Church, Rock Valley, Mansfield, NG18 2HA.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
PHONE: 
01623 640845 - Bridge Street Methodist Church
E-MAIL: 


DATE(S): 
Monday 21st January 2019
TIMES: 
1.30pm - 3.30pm
DETAILS: 
FORGET-ME-NOT DEMENTIA SUPPORT GROUP will be holding their monthly meeting for people with memory problems, their families and friends. The meetings provide an opportunity for all aspects of dementia to be discussed and mutual support and concerns can be shared. There is no charge.
WHERE: 
Community Centrepoint, Trinity, Diamond Avenue, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, NG17 7GN.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
Joan Cannan - Secretary
PHONE: 
07763 519196
E-MAIL: 
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DATE(S): 
Sunday 27th January 2019
TIMES: 
Various pick up points.
DETAILS: 
NOTTINGHAM HERITAGE VEHICLES CHARITY are holding a WINTER STEAM GALA. Visiting Quorn and Woodhouse station on the Great Central Railway, there will be a guest locomotive plus up to ten locos in action with a frequent passenger service, goods trains and Travelling Post Office Demonstrations. Real Ale from Nottingham Brewery will be available plus licensed cafe. For further details and to book, please ring the number below, e-mail or send a message via their Facebook page.
WHERE: 
Pick up points starting at Portland Road, Hucknall at 8.15am.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
Simon
PHONE: 
07971 105491 - Simon, Nottingham Heritage Vehicles Charity
E-MAIL: 
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DATE(S): 
Monday 28th January 2019
TIMES: 
4.30pm - 7.30pm
DETAILS: 
AUTISM EAST MIDLANDS hold a FAMILY SUPPORT HUB at Kirkby-in-Ashfield on the fourth Monday of each month. The hub is a regular meeting point for families affected by autism. There are activities for children, and families can gain support, advice and meet with other people. These are free drop-in sessions and the whole family are welcome to attend. For more information please contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
WHERE: 
The Ashwood Centre, Portland Street, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, NG17 7AB.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
PHONE: 
01909 506678 - Autism East Midlands - Main Office
E-MAIL: 
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DATE(S): 
Wednesday 30th January 2019
TIMES: 
10.00am - 1.30pm
DETAILS: 
PORTLAND COLLEGE will be holding a FURTHER EDUCATION OPEN DAY where you can find out about courses and chat to staff from all Departments. Find out about their National Citizenship Service programme and Portland Freedom, which offers day services, respite, short breaks and independent living. There will be a tour of the College and refreshments are free.
WHERE: 
Portland College, Nottingham Road, Mansfield, NG18 4TJ.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
PHONE: 
01623 499114 - Portland College
E-MAIL: 
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DATE(S): 
School term-times
TIMES: 
Various
DETAILS: 
WESTFIELD FOLKHOUSE YOUNG PEOPLES CENTRE offers evening and weekend activities including, cooking, outdoor sports, arts and crafts, games consoles, pool competitions, D.J. Booth and lots more for young people aged 10-19 and 13-24 for disabled young people. Cost per person is £1 for each session. Open 7 days a week during school terms.
WHERE: 
Westfield Folkhouse Young Peoples Centre, Westfield Lane, Mansfield, NG18 1TL.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
Rachael Peat or Eve Houldsworth
PHONE: 
01623 624179
E-MAIL: 
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DATE(S): 
January and February 2019
TIMES: 
Various
DETAILS: 
MANSFIELDs WINTER NIGHT SHELTER is looking for volunteers to support staff from 8pm-10pm to help set up and from 6am-8am to help tidy away. Duties could include signing people in, getting bedding ready and serving food and drinks. No experience needed, full training will be provided. Please call or e-mail the numbers below, if interested.
WHERE: 
Night shelters will be at - Stanhope Centre, The Beacon, Mansfield Baptist Church, St. Marks Church, Mansfield.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
PHONE: 
07814541643 or 07983506037
E-MAIL: 
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DATE(S): 
Saturday 26th January 2019, Monday 28th January 2019 and Saturday 2nd February 2019
TIMES: 
2.15pm and 7.15pm
DETAILS: 
MANSFIELD HOSPITALS THEATRE TROUPE will be performing their annual panto which this year is BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. All profits from these performances will go to local Charities. Tickets priced at £10 adults, £8 concessions are available from The Palace Theatre, Mansfield.
WHERE: 
Mansfield Palace Theatre, Leeming Street, Mansfield, NG18 1NG.
WHO TO CONTACT: 
PHONE: 
01623 633133 - Mansfield Palace Theatre Booking Office
E-MAIL: 


 

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