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Teaching and training swimming skills to a high level for children from age 6 years upwards. The development of competitive swimming in accordance with "Swim 21" Silver Award Accreditation. Trials are first Wednesday every month at 6:00pm.
Folk dancing group performing mainly English dances from 1650 to recently composed dances, but also including American style and some Scottish dances. With five callers to teach and call the dances we have a variety of styles to offer, all dances are taught thoroughly before…
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Helping jobseekers into work. Giving advice on benefits to help jobseekers back to work, filling employers vacancies.
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Libraries are an important part of our local communities and are at the heart of what we do at Inspire. Our libraries provide the hubs for our cultural activities and create knowledge through access to learning, information and opportunities. Using these resources we aim to…
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If you’re looking to host a conference, meeting or special event, Nottinghamshire libraries have a number of affordable and flexible venues for hire around the county. Worksop Library has a flexible meeting room space, with free Wi-Fi throughout the library. Barista, Worksop Library's cafe, can provide…
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Our organisation is formed to hopefully give pleasure to the public through our singing, dancing and acting members. We generally perform twice a year putting on a full staged musical in May and a pantomime/concert in November. Our venue for our productions is The Acorn Theatre,…
Monday/Tuesday & Thurday - Carlton in Lindrick Wednesday: Rayton Spur Community Centre, Rayton Spur, Worksop Friday (monthly): Thievesdale Community Centre, Thievesdale Close, Worksop Activities: a mix of games, exercise sessions, bingo, quiz, crafts & creative sessions as well as dancing, talks & informative advice sessions.…