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  • Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Park
    All day
    01/11/2018-04/11/2018

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November
    Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am – 6pm daily with final entry at 5pm
    Closed Mondays 22 and 29 and Tuesdays 23 and 30 October
    Venue: Wollaton Park

    This half term, dinosaurs return to Wollaton! As the park is transformed into a prehistoric world.

    Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs come to life, is an interactive, life-sized replica experience, where you’ll meet over different 30 dinosaurs.

    Expect to come face to face with a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus rex in an animatronic experience, as these fearsome creatures come to life – watch out that they don’t make you jump with their raging roars!

    Kids can also learn all about how dinosaurs lived, and mini-dinosaur palaeontologists among us will be able to dig for bones in the excavation area.

    When the gang gets peckish or thirsty, there will be a herd of street food and drink vendors to keep their energy up, plus a whole store of dino-themed merchandise

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm. Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

    Guide Prices

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    Opening Times

    Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Hall20 Oct 2018 – 4 Nov 2018
    Wednesday – Sunday10:00 – 06:00

    * When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm (Last entry). Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

  • Family Scream Park
    All day
    01/11/2018-04/11/2018

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    For the complete list of Firework Displays this weekend click here

     

    Twinlakes award winning UK’s No.1 Halloween day out for the whole family. Family Scream Park, a family friendly fangtastic blend of Halloween fun! We have over 20,000 FREE pumpkins for kids to carve or paint. Wicked workshops including children’s crafts. Children’s fancy-dress is optional but we love it when they do! Find the ghouls and ghosts in the mummy family Halloween hunt.

    NEW for 2018! Halloween Fun Awaits at Family Scream in Twinlakes Park with these new monstrously magical going on’s…

    Fruity the Witches Not-So-Scary trick or treat Witch Wagon! – The happiest haunted place on Earth. Step inside Fruity the Forgetful Witch’s Wagon, with Halloween inspired prizes, potions bubbling, cauldrons churning for an interactive and imagination filled experience. Don’t miss out on all the chills, thrills and fun, it’s a real spook-tacular experience to be had. Small charge of £2.99 per child applies, all children receive a small trick OR a treat before leaving the experience, families enjoy the experience together (adults admitted with children’s tickets), book online to guarantee your child’s trick or treat experience with Fruity. Children must be accompanied by an adult, photography is allowed so remember to share the scares! Located inside the park, see map for details.

  • Regal Cinema Listings 26th-October-1 November
    All day
    01/11/2018-01/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    26th October – 1st November

    Friday 26th October
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

    Saturday 27th October
    Christopher Robin (PG) 3.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show (15) 8.30pm

    Sunday 28th October

    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    ROH Live: Die Walküre 5.00pm

    Monday 29th October
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 30th October
    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    The Children Act (12A) 5.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 7.15pm

    Wednesday 31st October
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Thursday 1st November
    A Star Is Born (15) 4.00pm
    NT Live: Allelujah! 7.00pm

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    01/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • The Comedy Store, Melton Mowbray
    19:00 -22:00
    01/11/2018

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

     

    Live Nation The Comedy Store Presents:
    The Comedy Store – Melton Mowbray
    Plus Special Guests

    With nearly 40 years’ experience in the business and as the premier name in comedy, The Comedy Store is renowned as a breeding ground for new comedy talent, and remains the place to see tomorrow’s stars today. The likes of Eddie Izzard, John Bishop, Jimmy Carr, Rhod Gilbert and Sarah Millican, have all cut their comedy teeth with us.
    We bring you “The Best In Stand Up” from around the globe, showcasing the brightest names in comedy today.

    Simply the funniest show you’ll see all year!

     

  • Call My Bluff Dinner
    19:00 -22:00
    01/11/2018

    313 Station Rd, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5LT, UK

    313 Station Rd, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5LT, UK

     

     

    A fantastic and fun evening of wine tasting with our expert panel- can you guess who is telling the truth and who isn’t!

    Accompanied by a lovely 2-course dinner.

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  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    02/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Park
    All day
    02/11/2018-04/11/2018

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November
    Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am – 6pm daily with final entry at 5pm
    Closed Mondays 22 and 29 and Tuesdays 23 and 30 October
    Venue: Wollaton Park

    This half term, dinosaurs return to Wollaton! As the park is transformed into a prehistoric world.

    Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs come to life, is an interactive, life-sized replica experience, where you’ll meet over different 30 dinosaurs.

    Expect to come face to face with a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus rex in an animatronic experience, as these fearsome creatures come to life – watch out that they don’t make you jump with their raging roars!

    Kids can also learn all about how dinosaurs lived, and mini-dinosaur palaeontologists among us will be able to dig for bones in the excavation area.

    When the gang gets peckish or thirsty, there will be a herd of street food and drink vendors to keep their energy up, plus a whole store of dino-themed merchandise

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm. Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

    Guide Prices

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    Opening Times

    Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Hall20 Oct 2018 – 4 Nov 2018
    Wednesday – Sunday10:00 – 06:00

    * When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm (Last entry). Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

  • Family Scream Park
    All day
    02/11/2018-04/11/2018

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    For the complete list of Firework Displays this weekend click here

     

    Twinlakes award winning UK’s No.1 Halloween day out for the whole family. Family Scream Park, a family friendly fangtastic blend of Halloween fun! We have over 20,000 FREE pumpkins for kids to carve or paint. Wicked workshops including children’s crafts. Children’s fancy-dress is optional but we love it when they do! Find the ghouls and ghosts in the mummy family Halloween hunt.

    NEW for 2018! Halloween Fun Awaits at Family Scream in Twinlakes Park with these new monstrously magical going on’s…

    Fruity the Witches Not-So-Scary trick or treat Witch Wagon! – The happiest haunted place on Earth. Step inside Fruity the Forgetful Witch’s Wagon, with Halloween inspired prizes, potions bubbling, cauldrons churning for an interactive and imagination filled experience. Don’t miss out on all the chills, thrills and fun, it’s a real spook-tacular experience to be had. Small charge of £2.99 per child applies, all children receive a small trick OR a treat before leaving the experience, families enjoy the experience together (adults admitted with children’s tickets), book online to guarantee your child’s trick or treat experience with Fruity. Children must be accompanied by an adult, photography is allowed so remember to share the scares! Located inside the park, see map for details.

  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    02/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
    All day
    02/11/2018-08/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    2nd November – 8th November

    Friday 2nd November
    King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Saturday 3rd November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
    Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Sunday 4th November
    Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
    First Man (12A) 4.00pm
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

    Monday 5th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Tuesday 6th November
    First Man (12A) 2.00pm
    EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
    First Man (12A) 8.30pm

    Wednesday 7th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Thursday 8th November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
    Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

  • Melton Mowbray Market – Farmers Market every Friday
    08:00 -14:00
    02/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Friday’s at Melton Market are well worth a visit, and of course if you can’t make Friday, there’s always the livestock market on a Tuesday.

    Free on-site parking and free admission.

     

    Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

    The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportunity for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product. Melton Mowbray Market are passionate about the Farm to Fork philosophy and welcome local producers of good quality meat and vegetables alike.

    Every Friday from 8am, lots of stalls with local produce; fruit, veg, meat fish and cheese.  Local craft stalls offering quality gifts, preserves and plants.  Bakery with fresh bread, and desserts stall.  Dickinson & Morris Pork Pies, local egg vendor, and lots more.

    We also host a bric a brac section, vendors can have a table £5 first table, £2.50 thereafter.

    Please read the information below, for a little insight into just some of our regular traders that we are thrilled to host twice a week providing stunning quality wares and ingredients to our customers:

     

    1324 Espresso

    Beautiful brewed fresh coffee to drink in or take away ran by the wonderful Darryl and his wife Angela.

    Why 1324? It was the year Melton Mowbray Market got royal approval from King Edward 2nd. It was running for 300 years before that with tolls, so this Market has been in existence for over 1000 years, in fact it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

     

    Jenny’s Cuisine

    Home cooked Asian and Chinese food freshly prepared to eat on site or take away.

     

    Cards by Marilyn

    Unique handmade cards for all occasions. Special orders by request.

     

    Fair Game Foods

    Fair Game Foods invite you to come and try our famous Farmers Market succulent pork roast rolls. You can create your own Meat Feast with the selection of cooked meats that we have to offer. Professional, quality outside catering, with over 15 years’ experience, we seek to promote locally sourced ingredients. Customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority.

     

    Slightly potty

    Slightly potty is a small business, dealing with every aspect of silk flowers. Whether an arrangement, loose flowers, a special occasion, or something in your own pot. I was awarded a Royal Warrant in 2009 by the Queen, and have provided silk flowers for most of the Royal Residences. I started in the Friday farmers market, about twelve years ago, and have remained faithful to this market ever since.

     

    Scarborough Fayre

    Scarborough fayre has been trading for 18 years, selling top quality fresh fish, shellfish and game in season. We pride ourselves on the products that we supply to both retail and catering customers. Our trademark is “Fish so fresh the next of kin have not yet been informed!!”

     

    Melton Cheeseboard

    We offer the widest range of cheeses in the county with over 150 different varieties to choose from, many of which are sourced locally from Leicestershire and the surrounding counties. We also stock some of the best cheeses that the UK has to offer, in addition to a wide variety of continental cheeses.

    Stilton is our speciality, and we are unique in sourcing our cheeses directly from Long Clawson Dairy, based just five miles outside Melton Mowbray and Cropwell Bishop Creamery, based just over the border into Nottinghamshire.

    Our Stilton is graded to our own specifications at the dairies, before being delivered to our shop, we can therefore guarantee the quality of our Stilton to ensure that you get the best possible cheese without exception.

    However, it’s not all about Stilton! The Melton Cheeseboard are the cheese specialists in Melton Mowbray with a host of other fantastic cheeses to offer, from local Leicester’s – so much better than the bland supermarket offerings – and other great British Farmhouse cheeses.  With a complimentary range of Continental cheeses there’s always a treat in store for the cheese lover.

     

    Hambleton Bakery

    In September 2008, Julian Carter and Tim Hart opened Hambleton Bakery to produce top quality traditionally made bread for Hambleton Hall and Hart’s Nottingham. In addition to a growing list of wholesale customers (pubs, restaurants, delis, etc.) the bakery now has retail outlets in Exton, Oakham, Market Harborough, West Bridgford, Melton Mowbray and Stamford.

    Initially the aim was to rediscover the taste of good bread. Not the taste of sugar, malt, cheese, onions, olives, sundried tomatoes, poppy seeds etc. etc., but the magical flavour that can be conjured from unadulterated organic flour, salt and water using the slow, traditional processes that made the bread that fed our ancestors.

     

    Grasmere Farm

    At Grasmere Farm quality, flavour, and tenderness are integral to our philosophy. We are passionate about providing you with affordable, delicious food that is hand crafted by our dedicated butchers and cooks. We combine the benefits of old fashioned farming methods and a blend of innovative yet traditional recipes, to satisfy today’s discerning food lovers. We aim to source all of the ingredients from the local area and try to minimise the use of packaging to limit our environmental impact.

    Grasmere Farm is proud of its reputation for delicious sausages. We are passionate about wholesome, affordable food that is well made and tastes good. From our traditional Lincolnshire Sausage seasoned with sage, to the unique flavour of Smoked Rutland Sausage, there is a sausage for every palate and mood.

     

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers was established over 30 years ago supplying quality British local meat to customers throughout the East Midlands. Sold mainly through our shops at Mansfield, Woodhouse, Chesterfield, Shirebrook and Bolsover. We also sell at Farmers Markets in Newark, Bingham, Retford and Melton Mowbray where we stand twice a week Tuesday and Fridays.

    All beef sold through the business is born, reared and fattened on our family farm at Warsop.

    Although business has been established over 30 years both the farming and butchers have changed and keep changing and you have to change with it!

     

    Bobbins

    Selling a range of homemade décor & crafts. Notice boards, bunting, peg bags, bird seed bags, doorstops & much more.

    Mrs Twells Eggs

    Fresh eggs.

    Kit & Kabudle

    Aloe vera products and cakes.

    Sharon’s Fruit & Veg

    Fresh locally grown fruit & vegetables.

    WI 

    A great range of hand-made children’s knitwear.

    John’s Plants

    A great range of plants for indoor & outside. Including hanging baskets and

     

     

     

     

    Opening Times 8am – 2pm, Traders allowed entry from 6am

    For more information please contact Annaleise Burrows on 01664 784 704 or email her on [email protected]

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  • Stained Glass Workshop
    09:08
    02/11/2018

    2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

    2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

    Full Day Stain Glass Workshop
    Friday 2nd November | 10.00am until 3.30pm

    Spend a day creating your own stain glass creation using the Tiffany method in the beautiful setting of Hanwell Wine Estate in Nottinghamshire. Enjoy trying a new craft, relax in our craft barn which offers the perfect space to inspire your work, while you admire the beautiful countryside outside. You can make this day an early Christmas present for your mum and spend quality time together before the busy season ahead or create Christmas themed pieces perfect as gifts.

    Using the Tiffany foiling method our talented tutor Jennifer will guide you through step by step, explaining each process and develop your skills of glass cutting, foiling and soldering. With a wide selection of templates to choose from you will be spoilt for choice. The images shown are only a small selection of what you can make. By the end of the workshop you will almost certainly feel a great sense of achievement having completed your first set of unique handmade stain glass art pieces. Perfect as a decorative piece for your home, suncatcher or as a gift handmade by you.

    What is the Tiffany foil method?
    This is the method referred to stained glass work in the style of Louis Comfort Tiffany where each piece of glass is wrapped in copper foil before being soldered together.

    A perfect workshop for beginners, giving you the creativity and inspiration to do even more.

    Please note – All materials, tools and refreshments are included and by the end of your session you will have completed two glass piece. Nothing to remember just bring yourself it could not be easier, so book now!

    Outline of your day

    10.00am – Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Jennifer

    Introduction to materials, tools and health and safety briefing

    Demonstration of how to create your pieces and work with the glass

    11.30am – Tea and snack

    Select your template and colours and star working on your creation.

    12.30pm – 2 course homemade lunch served with a glass of local wine followed by a stroll round the vineyard, weather dependant

    1.30pm – Start your second piece

    2.45pm – Tea & Cake

    3.30pm – Finish and depart with your wonderful stain glass art work, feeling a great sense of satisfaction.

    For safety precautions of working with glass it is advised to wear trousers or long skirts and closed shoes.

    About our tutor – Jennifer McEwan
    Jennifer has exceptional skill and talent when working with glass. With 14 years experience she has a small business, running workshops sharing her talent with others and doing commission work.

    Inspired by the outdoors she focuses on vibrant colours and textures of the glass to capture the sunlight which brings the piece to life. Her passion, talent and love of working with glass has driven her to excel in her craft. She appreciates that glass can sometimes be cruel but is rewarded as it is a very tactile material. Using a copper foil techniques enables her to make more detailed and delicate designs.

    To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.

    For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, [email protected] or 01949 81393

  • Odeon Newark Friday 2 Nov
    18:00 -23:00
    02/11/2018

    23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK

    23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
    11:30
    14:30
    16:30
    17:30
    19:30
    20:30
    10:20
    13:00
    15:30
    18:00
    20:30
    18:30
    21:15
    11:00
    13:30
    16:00
  • Dickie’s (not so) Secret Steak Club
    18:00 -21:00
    02/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    A Dickies favourite…..

    Bring your loved ones, Choose your steak from Dickies amazing array of wonderful 42 day aged steaks….all served with fries, salad and choice of sauces. Experience how Beef should taste!
    Our steak nights will be every Friday but please book to avoid disappointment.

    Remember to BYOB

    To book call us on 01949 869733
    LIMITED AVAILABILITY

     

     

  • WW1 Centenary Event – Orston Village Hall
    19:00 -21:00
    02/11/2018

    1 Lombard St, Orston, Nottingham NG13 9NF, UK

    1 Lombard St, Orston, Nottingham NG13 9NF, UK

     

    WW1 Centenary event with songs performed by Granby and Sutton Singers.

    Tickets £5 each. Licensed bar.

    open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

    All proceeds to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

  • Live Music in and around The Vale this Friday !
    19:00 -23:00
    02/11/2018

    The Black Swan: ‘Dave Big Bopper’ 9pm

    ‘Big Dave Bopper’ has been in the music business for more than 30 years, he started out as a drummer in a band with his two brothers raising money for a number of charities. But it was his love and passion for Rock n Roll that changed his direction in the style of music he enjoys performing. He put together a Rock n Roll band with two other lovers of the music, but after three years Dave decided to go solo! This was the best move he made, the passion that he has for the 50’s and 60’s music is always delivered in his performance and he never fails to entertain the crowd. Where did his stage name come from? Well………those who know Dave will tell you that he is not the slimiest of people hence the Big, Dave for obvious reasons and Bopper because he was a big name in the 60’s with Rock n Roll. Dave has a number of followers who love and support him and his music where ever he is playing; so if you are a fan of the 50’5 and 60’s music he is defiantly worth a watch. ‘Big Dave Bopper is the Big man with the Big heart and a fantastic voice.\

     

     

    The Noels Arms: ‘Plug’ 9pm

    If you’re looking for some live music to blow away the cobwebs of another dreary week at work, come down to the Noels Arms and see ‘Plug’.  Plug have been gigging all over the East Midlands and this weekend they’re back in Melton.  They play 60’s and 70’s pop, punk, indie, rock and new wave from the Beatles to the Buzzcocks and back.  There’s no bells or whistles just guitar, bass, drums and vocals and the chance to dance is guaranteed!  Plug at the Noels Arms; a beer and a bop, what’s not to like?”

     

    The Nags Head (Harby): ‘Pesky Alligators’ 9pm

    ‘The Pesky Alligators’ are a high-energy Drums/Guitar combo, performing both original material and unique interpretations of covers from such diverse sources as Motorhead, Dolly Parton and Tom Waits. ‘The sound that the Pesky Alligators greet you with from their twisting guitar and raunchy drum beat is nothing but explosive and if it does not set the pulse racing then you need to make an appointment at your local undertakers.’ (The editors- review.co.uk). Visit www.peskyalligators.co.ukfor more info.

    The Grapes: Disco

    The Half Moon: Tiny Tony and Karaoke

  • Halloween at the Dirty Duck
    19:30 -23:00
    02/11/2018

    Rutland Arms, Woolsthorpe, Grantham NG32 1NY, UK

    Rutland Arms, Woolsthorpe, Grantham NG32 1NY, UK

    Come and celebrate Halloween at the Dirty Duck in Woolsthorpe.

    It will be Fancy Dress, the scariest, the better 💀👻

    There’s Live Music with local vocalist Mark Farren, so come along and Party 🎉

  • Pesky Alligators @ The Nag’s Head, Harby
    21:00 -22:00
    02/11/2018

    20 Main St, Harby, Melton Mowbray LE14 4BN, UK

    20 Main St, Harby, Melton Mowbray LE14 4BN, UK

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    • World War Centenary Rememberance - Bingham
      All day
      02/11/2018-11/11/2018
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

      How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

      October 1st – November 10th
      • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
      • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
      • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
      Wednesday November 7th
      • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
      Thursday November 8th
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      Friday November 9th
      • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
      Saturday November 10th
      • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
      • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
      Sunday November 11th
      • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
      • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

      Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

    • Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Park
      All day
      02/11/2018-04/11/2018
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

      Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November
      Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am – 6pm daily with final entry at 5pm
      Closed Mondays 22 and 29 and Tuesdays 23 and 30 October
      Venue: Wollaton Park

      This half term, dinosaurs return to Wollaton! As the park is transformed into a prehistoric world.

      Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs come to life, is an interactive, life-sized replica experience, where you’ll meet over different 30 dinosaurs.

      Expect to come face to face with a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus rex in an animatronic experience, as these fearsome creatures come to life – watch out that they don’t make you jump with their raging roars!

      Kids can also learn all about how dinosaurs lived, and mini-dinosaur palaeontologists among us will be able to dig for bones in the excavation area.

      When the gang gets peckish or thirsty, there will be a herd of street food and drink vendors to keep their energy up, plus a whole store of dino-themed merchandise

      Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

      When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm. Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

      Guide Prices

      Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

      Opening Times

      Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Hall20 Oct 2018 – 4 Nov 2018
      Wednesday – Sunday10:00 – 06:00

      * When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm (Last entry). Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

    • Family Scream Park
      All day
      02/11/2018-04/11/2018
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

      For the complete list of Firework Displays this weekend click here

       

      Twinlakes award winning UK’s No.1 Halloween day out for the whole family. Family Scream Park, a family friendly fangtastic blend of Halloween fun! We have over 20,000 FREE pumpkins for kids to carve or paint. Wicked workshops including children’s crafts. Children’s fancy-dress is optional but we love it when they do! Find the ghouls and ghosts in the mummy family Halloween hunt.

      NEW for 2018! Halloween Fun Awaits at Family Scream in Twinlakes Park with these new monstrously magical going on’s…

      Fruity the Witches Not-So-Scary trick or treat Witch Wagon! – The happiest haunted place on Earth. Step inside Fruity the Forgetful Witch’s Wagon, with Halloween inspired prizes, potions bubbling, cauldrons churning for an interactive and imagination filled experience. Don’t miss out on all the chills, thrills and fun, it’s a real spook-tacular experience to be had. Small charge of £2.99 per child applies, all children receive a small trick OR a treat before leaving the experience, families enjoy the experience together (adults admitted with children’s tickets), book online to guarantee your child’s trick or treat experience with Fruity. Children must be accompanied by an adult, photography is allowed so remember to share the scares! Located inside the park, see map for details.

    • Nottingham Comedy Festival
      All day
      02/11/2018-10/11/2018

      Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

       

      This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

      Line up

       

      Venues

       

    • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
      All day
      02/11/2018-08/11/2018
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

       

      For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

      2nd November – 8th November

      Friday 2nd November
      King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

      Saturday 3rd November
      They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
      Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

      Sunday 4th November
      Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
      First Man (12A) 4.00pm
      NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

      Monday 5th November
      First Man (12A) 6.00pm
      King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

      Tuesday 6th November
      First Man (12A) 2.00pm
      EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
      First Man (12A) 8.30pm

      Wednesday 7th November
      First Man (12A) 6.00pm
      King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

      Thursday 8th November
      They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
      Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    • Melton Mowbray Market - Farmers Market every Friday
      08:00 -14:00
      02/11/2018
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

      Friday’s at Melton Market are well worth a visit, and of course if you can’t make Friday, there’s always the livestock market on a Tuesday.

      Free on-site parking and free admission.

       

      Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

      The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportunity for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product. Melton Mowbray Market are passionate about the Farm to Fork philosophy and welcome local producers of good quality meat and vegetables alike.

      Every Friday from 8am, lots of stalls with local produce; fruit, veg, meat fish and cheese.  Local craft stalls offering quality gifts, preserves and plants.  Bakery with fresh bread, and desserts stall.  Dickinson & Morris Pork Pies, local egg vendor, and lots more.

      We also host a bric a brac section, vendors can have a table £5 first table, £2.50 thereafter.

      Please read the information below, for a little insight into just some of our regular traders that we are thrilled to host twice a week providing stunning quality wares and ingredients to our customers:

       

      1324 Espresso

      Beautiful brewed fresh coffee to drink in or take away ran by the wonderful Darryl and his wife Angela.

      Why 1324? It was the year Melton Mowbray Market got royal approval from King Edward 2nd. It was running for 300 years before that with tolls, so this Market has been in existence for over 1000 years, in fact it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

       

      Jenny’s Cuisine

      Home cooked Asian and Chinese food freshly prepared to eat on site or take away.

       

      Cards by Marilyn

      Unique handmade cards for all occasions. Special orders by request.

       

      Fair Game Foods

      Fair Game Foods invite you to come and try our famous Farmers Market succulent pork roast rolls. You can create your own Meat Feast with the selection of cooked meats that we have to offer. Professional, quality outside catering, with over 15 years’ experience, we seek to promote locally sourced ingredients. Customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority.

       

      Slightly potty

      Slightly potty is a small business, dealing with every aspect of silk flowers. Whether an arrangement, loose flowers, a special occasion, or something in your own pot. I was awarded a Royal Warrant in 2009 by the Queen, and have provided silk flowers for most of the Royal Residences. I started in the Friday farmers market, about twelve years ago, and have remained faithful to this market ever since.

       

      Scarborough Fayre

      Scarborough fayre has been trading for 18 years, selling top quality fresh fish, shellfish and game in season. We pride ourselves on the products that we supply to both retail and catering customers. Our trademark is “Fish so fresh the next of kin have not yet been informed!!”

       

      Melton Cheeseboard

      We offer the widest range of cheeses in the county with over 150 different varieties to choose from, many of which are sourced locally from Leicestershire and the surrounding counties. We also stock some of the best cheeses that the UK has to offer, in addition to a wide variety of continental cheeses.

      Stilton is our speciality, and we are unique in sourcing our cheeses directly from Long Clawson Dairy, based just five miles outside Melton Mowbray and Cropwell Bishop Creamery, based just over the border into Nottinghamshire.

      Our Stilton is graded to our own specifications at the dairies, before being delivered to our shop, we can therefore guarantee the quality of our Stilton to ensure that you get the best possible cheese without exception.

      However, it’s not all about Stilton! The Melton Cheeseboard are the cheese specialists in Melton Mowbray with a host of other fantastic cheeses to offer, from local Leicester’s – so much better than the bland supermarket offerings – and other great British Farmhouse cheeses.  With a complimentary range of Continental cheeses there’s always a treat in store for the cheese lover.

       

      Hambleton Bakery

      In September 2008, Julian Carter and Tim Hart opened Hambleton Bakery to produce top quality traditionally made bread for Hambleton Hall and Hart’s Nottingham. In addition to a growing list of wholesale customers (pubs, restaurants, delis, etc.) the bakery now has retail outlets in Exton, Oakham, Market Harborough, West Bridgford, Melton Mowbray and Stamford.

      Initially the aim was to rediscover the taste of good bread. Not the taste of sugar, malt, cheese, onions, olives, sundried tomatoes, poppy seeds etc. etc., but the magical flavour that can be conjured from unadulterated organic flour, salt and water using the slow, traditional processes that made the bread that fed our ancestors.

       

      Grasmere Farm

      At Grasmere Farm quality, flavour, and tenderness are integral to our philosophy. We are passionate about providing you with affordable, delicious food that is hand crafted by our dedicated butchers and cooks. We combine the benefits of old fashioned farming methods and a blend of innovative yet traditional recipes, to satisfy today’s discerning food lovers. We aim to source all of the ingredients from the local area and try to minimise the use of packaging to limit our environmental impact.

      Grasmere Farm is proud of its reputation for delicious sausages. We are passionate about wholesome, affordable food that is well made and tastes good. From our traditional Lincolnshire Sausage seasoned with sage, to the unique flavour of Smoked Rutland Sausage, there is a sausage for every palate and mood.

       

      Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers

      Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers was established over 30 years ago supplying quality British local meat to customers throughout the East Midlands. Sold mainly through our shops at Mansfield, Woodhouse, Chesterfield, Shirebrook and Bolsover. We also sell at Farmers Markets in Newark, Bingham, Retford and Melton Mowbray where we stand twice a week Tuesday and Fridays.

      All beef sold through the business is born, reared and fattened on our family farm at Warsop.

      Although business has been established over 30 years both the farming and butchers have changed and keep changing and you have to change with it!

       

      Bobbins

      Selling a range of homemade décor & crafts. Notice boards, bunting, peg bags, bird seed bags, doorstops & much more.

      Mrs Twells Eggs

      Fresh eggs.

      Kit & Kabudle

      Aloe vera products and cakes.

      Sharon’s Fruit & Veg

      Fresh locally grown fruit & vegetables.

      WI 

      A great range of hand-made children’s knitwear.

      John’s Plants

      A great range of plants for indoor & outside. Including hanging baskets and

       

       

       

       

      Opening Times 8am – 2pm, Traders allowed entry from 6am

      For more information please contact Annaleise Burrows on 01664 784 704 or email her on [email protected]

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    • Stained Glass Workshop
      09:08
      02/11/2018
      2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK
      2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

      Full Day Stain Glass Workshop
      Friday 2nd November | 10.00am until 3.30pm

      Spend a day creating your own stain glass creation using the Tiffany method in the beautiful setting of Hanwell Wine Estate in Nottinghamshire. Enjoy trying a new craft, relax in our craft barn which offers the perfect space to inspire your work, while you admire the beautiful countryside outside. You can make this day an early Christmas present for your mum and spend quality time together before the busy season ahead or create Christmas themed pieces perfect as gifts.

      Using the Tiffany foiling method our talented tutor Jennifer will guide you through step by step, explaining each process and develop your skills of glass cutting, foiling and soldering. With a wide selection of templates to choose from you will be spoilt for choice. The images shown are only a small selection of what you can make. By the end of the workshop you will almost certainly feel a great sense of achievement having completed your first set of unique handmade stain glass art pieces. Perfect as a decorative piece for your home, suncatcher or as a gift handmade by you.

      What is the Tiffany foil method?
      This is the method referred to stained glass work in the style of Louis Comfort Tiffany where each piece of glass is wrapped in copper foil before being soldered together.

      A perfect workshop for beginners, giving you the creativity and inspiration to do even more.

      Please note – All materials, tools and refreshments are included and by the end of your session you will have completed two glass piece. Nothing to remember just bring yourself it could not be easier, so book now!

      Outline of your day

      10.00am – Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Jennifer

      Introduction to materials, tools and health and safety briefing

      Demonstration of how to create your pieces and work with the glass

      11.30am – Tea and snack

      Select your template and colours and star working on your creation.

      12.30pm – 2 course homemade lunch served with a glass of local wine followed by a stroll round the vineyard, weather dependant

      1.30pm – Start your second piece

      2.45pm – Tea & Cake

      3.30pm – Finish and depart with your wonderful stain glass art work, feeling a great sense of satisfaction.

      For safety precautions of working with glass it is advised to wear trousers or long skirts and closed shoes.

      About our tutor – Jennifer McEwan
      Jennifer has exceptional skill and talent when working with glass. With 14 years experience she has a small business, running workshops sharing her talent with others and doing commission work.

      Inspired by the outdoors she focuses on vibrant colours and textures of the glass to capture the sunlight which brings the piece to life. Her passion, talent and love of working with glass has driven her to excel in her craft. She appreciates that glass can sometimes be cruel but is rewarded as it is a very tactile material. Using a copper foil techniques enables her to make more detailed and delicate designs.

      To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.

      For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, [email protected] or 01949 81393

    • Odeon Newark Friday 2 Nov
      18:00 -23:00
      02/11/2018
      23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
      23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
      11:30
      14:30
      16:30
      17:30
      19:30
      20:30
      10:20
      13:00
      15:30
      18:00
      20:30
      18:30
      21:15
      11:00
      13:30
      16:00
    • Dickie's (not so) Secret Steak Club
      18:00 -21:00
      02/11/2018
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

       

      A Dickies favourite…..

      Bring your loved ones, Choose your steak from Dickies amazing array of wonderful 42 day aged steaks….all served with fries, salad and choice of sauces. Experience how Beef should taste!
      Our steak nights will be every Friday but please book to avoid disappointment.

      Remember to BYOB

      To book call us on 01949 869733
      LIMITED AVAILABILITY

       

       

    • WW1 Centenary Event - Orston Village Hall
      19:00 -21:00
      02/11/2018
      1 Lombard St, Orston, Nottingham NG13 9NF, UK
      1 Lombard St, Orston, Nottingham NG13 9NF, UK

       

      WW1 Centenary event with songs performed by Granby and Sutton Singers.

      Tickets £5 each. Licensed bar.

      open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

      All proceeds to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

    • Live Music in and around The Vale this Friday !
      19:00 -23:00
      02/11/2018

      The Black Swan: ‘Dave Big Bopper’ 9pm

      ‘Big Dave Bopper’ has been in the music business for more than 30 years, he started out as a drummer in a band with his two brothers raising money for a number of charities. But it was his love and passion for Rock n Roll that changed his direction in the style of music he enjoys performing. He put together a Rock n Roll band with two other lovers of the music, but after three years Dave decided to go solo! This was the best move he made, the passion that he has for the 50’s and 60’s music is always delivered in his performance and he never fails to entertain the crowd. Where did his stage name come from? Well………those who know Dave will tell you that he is not the slimiest of people hence the Big, Dave for obvious reasons and Bopper because he was a big name in the 60’s with Rock n Roll. Dave has a number of followers who love and support him and his music where ever he is playing; so if you are a fan of the 50’5 and 60’s music he is defiantly worth a watch. ‘Big Dave Bopper is the Big man with the Big heart and a fantastic voice.\

       

       

      The Noels Arms: ‘Plug’ 9pm

      If you’re looking for some live music to blow away the cobwebs of another dreary week at work, come down to the Noels Arms and see ‘Plug’.  Plug have been gigging all over the East Midlands and this weekend they’re back in Melton.  They play 60’s and 70’s pop, punk, indie, rock and new wave from the Beatles to the Buzzcocks and back.  There’s no bells or whistles just guitar, bass, drums and vocals and the chance to dance is guaranteed!  Plug at the Noels Arms; a beer and a bop, what’s not to like?”

       

      The Nags Head (Harby): ‘Pesky Alligators’ 9pm

      ‘The Pesky Alligators’ are a high-energy Drums/Guitar combo, performing both original material and unique interpretations of covers from such diverse sources as Motorhead, Dolly Parton and Tom Waits. ‘The sound that the Pesky Alligators greet you with from their twisting guitar and raunchy drum beat is nothing but explosive and if it does not set the pulse racing then you need to make an appointment at your local undertakers.’ (The editors- review.co.uk). Visit www.peskyalligators.co.ukfor more info.

      The Grapes: Disco

      The Half Moon: Tiny Tony and Karaoke

    • Halloween at the Dirty Duck
      19:30 -23:00
      02/11/2018
      Rutland Arms, Woolsthorpe, Grantham NG32 1NY, UK
      Rutland Arms, Woolsthorpe, Grantham NG32 1NY, UK

      Come and celebrate Halloween at the Dirty Duck in Woolsthorpe.

      It will be Fancy Dress, the scariest, the better 💀👻

      There’s Live Music with local vocalist Mark Farren, so come along and Party 🎉

    • Pesky Alligators @ The Nag's Head, Harby
      21:00 -22:00
      02/11/2018
      20 Main St, Harby, Melton Mowbray LE14 4BN, UK
      20 Main St, Harby, Melton Mowbray LE14 4BN, UK

      No additional detail for this event.

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  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    03/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
    All day
    03/11/2018-08/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    2nd November – 8th November

    Friday 2nd November
    King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Saturday 3rd November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
    Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Sunday 4th November
    Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
    First Man (12A) 4.00pm
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

    Monday 5th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Tuesday 6th November
    First Man (12A) 2.00pm
    EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
    First Man (12A) 8.30pm

    Wednesday 7th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Thursday 8th November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
    Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

  • Odeon Newark Saturday 3 Nov
    All day
    03/11/2018

    23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK

    23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
    11:30
    14:30
    16:30
    17:30
    19:30
    20:30
    10:20
    13:00
    15:30
    18:00
    20:30
    18:30
    21:15
    11:00
    13:30
    16:00
  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    03/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Park
    All day
    03/11/2018-04/11/2018

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November
    Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am – 6pm daily with final entry at 5pm
    Closed Mondays 22 and 29 and Tuesdays 23 and 30 October
    Venue: Wollaton Park

    This half term, dinosaurs return to Wollaton! As the park is transformed into a prehistoric world.

    Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs come to life, is an interactive, life-sized replica experience, where you’ll meet over different 30 dinosaurs.

    Expect to come face to face with a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus rex in an animatronic experience, as these fearsome creatures come to life – watch out that they don’t make you jump with their raging roars!

    Kids can also learn all about how dinosaurs lived, and mini-dinosaur palaeontologists among us will be able to dig for bones in the excavation area.

    When the gang gets peckish or thirsty, there will be a herd of street food and drink vendors to keep their energy up, plus a whole store of dino-themed merchandise

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm. Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

    Guide Prices

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    Opening Times

    Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Hall20 Oct 2018 – 4 Nov 2018
    Wednesday – Sunday10:00 – 06:00

    * When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm (Last entry). Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

  • Family Scream Park
    All day
    03/11/2018-04/11/2018

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    For the complete list of Firework Displays this weekend click here

     

    Twinlakes award winning UK’s No.1 Halloween day out for the whole family. Family Scream Park, a family friendly fangtastic blend of Halloween fun! We have over 20,000 FREE pumpkins for kids to carve or paint. Wicked workshops including children’s crafts. Children’s fancy-dress is optional but we love it when they do! Find the ghouls and ghosts in the mummy family Halloween hunt.

    NEW for 2018! Halloween Fun Awaits at Family Scream in Twinlakes Park with these new monstrously magical going on’s…

    Fruity the Witches Not-So-Scary trick or treat Witch Wagon! – The happiest haunted place on Earth. Step inside Fruity the Forgetful Witch’s Wagon, with Halloween inspired prizes, potions bubbling, cauldrons churning for an interactive and imagination filled experience. Don’t miss out on all the chills, thrills and fun, it’s a real spook-tacular experience to be had. Small charge of £2.99 per child applies, all children receive a small trick OR a treat before leaving the experience, families enjoy the experience together (adults admitted with children’s tickets), book online to guarantee your child’s trick or treat experience with Fruity. Children must be accompanied by an adult, photography is allowed so remember to share the scares! Located inside the park, see map for details.

  • Horse & Tack Sale – Melton Mowbray Cattle Market
    07:30 -14:30
    03/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

     

    On the 1st Saturday of every month we will be holding our general monthly sale of horse and tack. Horses will be sold on a first come first served basis, and no pre-booking is available. Tack lots must be pre-entered throughout the month, and lot numbers will be allocated and sent to vendors prior to the sale.

    Our general horse sales are the first Saturday of every month, unless there is another event at the market, confirmed dates for 2018 are:

    19th May- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
    2nd June- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
    16th June- Regular Horse Sale & Premium Tack Sale
    7th July- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
    21st July- Regular Horse Sale & Premium Tack Sale
    4th August- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
    18th August- Premium Horse & Tack Sale
    1st September- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
    15th September- Regular Horse Sale & Premium Tack Sale
    20th October- Monthly Horse & Tack Sale
    3rd November- Monthly Horse & Tack Sale
    1st December- Monthly Horse & Tack Sale
    Horses – Please contact Tim Webster for more details
    Horses cannot be pre-booked, vendors are welcome to arrive on the morning of the sale from 07:30am with their stock. Horses will be sold in the order that they arrive at the market. Passports will be taken at the gate and exchanged for an entry card to be completed with the stock details. An entry fee of £15 will be charged, with a £5 refund due once the horse is sold in the ring. Vendors can collect the proceeds from the sale once the buyers have paid for their lots. Commission is charged at 10% for horses. We can sell all category of horse: hunter, pony, donkey, alpaca and llama. If vendors would like to email over pictures of stock that they are planning on bringing to the sale, we are more than happy to advertise them on social media for you.

    Tim Webster | Horse Auctioneer
    [email protected]
    07949 173180 or 01664 562971
    Sale times are as follows:
    Tack 10:00
    Horses 11:30

    Our Market Tavern will be open throughout the day, serving meals made from quality local ingredients, and hot and cold refreshments.

  • Local Park Run Info
    09:00 -10:00
    03/11/2018

    Park Runs are weekly 5k events for every ability – many are also dog friendly. It’s a great way to keep fit with the whole family.

    Park Runs start promptly at 9am, and are timed each week so you can track your performance!!

    Registration online prior to the event is necessary if you want to receive a time.

     

    There are several Park Runs within a short drive of the Vale of Belvoir.

    Belton House
    Sconce & Devon Park, Newark on Trent
    Melton Park
    Rushcliffe County Park
    Rutland Water

     

  • Lincoln Castle Hill Makers’ Market
    10:00 -16:00
    03/11/2018

    3 Castle Hill, Lincoln LN1 3AA, UK

    3 Castle Hill, Lincoln LN1 3AA, UK

    Lincoln Castle Hill Makers’ Market

    10am – 5pm

    The Lincoln Makers’ Market offers a fantastic opportunity to buy bespoke pieces for your home, or unique gifts for your loved ones.

    Showcasing art, craft, ceramics, woodwork, glass art, fabrics and much more, our bi-monthly market is home to a wide range of local Lincolnshire artisans.

    Sat on the ancient cobbles of Castle Hill, the Makers’ Market is surrounded by Lincoln’s beautiful architectural heritage, a location enviable by even the country’s largest outdoor showcases for art.

    The market is a great way to browse and buy affordable homemade art and craft direct from both established, and up and coming artisans from the local area. So make a day of it, and explore Lincoln’s beautiful Cathedral and Castle; or visit the variety of boutique shops, restaurants and cafés that Lincoln has to offer.

    The Lincoln Makers’ Market is a bi-monthly event running from March – December, with additional markets through the summer months:

    Every 1st Saturday of the Month: Castle Hill
    Every 2nd Saturday of the Month: Lincoln Cornhill
    Extra Summer Markets, every 3rd Saturday from June – September: St. Martin’s Square

    To find out how to be a part of the Lincoln Markers’ Market, see the Lincoln BIG website.

  • 15th Anniversary Fireworks
    10:00 -19:00
    03/11/2018

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

     

    Just £15pp / Annual Pass Holders £3.99

    Twinlakes is celebrating it’s 15th anniversary of fun and what better way to celebrate, a massive firework display! All day entry included in the price, including rides, attractions, farm park and firework show! FREE PARKING.

     

    Join us for a spectacular Fireworks Festival event, that will dazzle and delight! On Saturday November 3rd, for one night only Twinlakes Park lights up the sky with a massive bang! WARNING: It will get very loud. Please note this ticket is for all day entry (ride, attractions, farm park and toddler/main firework display).

     

  • Winter Craft Fair – Southwell Minster
    10:00 -16:00
    03/11/2018

    Bishops Manor, Bishop’s Dr, Southwell NG25 0JP, UK

    Bishops Manor, Bishop’s Dr, Southwell NG25 0JP, UK

     

    The Winter Craft Fair is back and bigger and better than ever!
    50+ stall holders offering a variety of hand made gifts
    Ideal for finding those truly unique Christmas presents
    Jewellery, pottery, candles, glass art, handbags, ceramics, textiles and much more.

    AND NEW FOR 2018! – We will be having an additional 14 stalls in the State Chamber in The Archbishop’s Palace next door so make sure to check it out (10 metre walk between buildings)

    Entry – £3 suggested donation (U16s free)

     

  • Funny Girl, Live Event, Melton Cinema
    17:00 -21:00
    03/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Sunday 3 November, 5pm

    Funny Girl

  • Bonfire Night at the Engine Yard
    17:30 -20:30
    03/11/2018

    2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK

    2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK

    For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

     

    Join us on the evening of Saturday 3rd November to enjoy a beautiful autumn evening.

     

    Warm up with a Bailey’s Hot Chocolate whilst watching a firework display by the wonderful MLE Pyrotechnics and toast your toes on our bonfire!

    Gates open at 5.00pm. With music entertainment from 5.30pm and food from our outdoor kitchen including hot dogs, burgers, toffee apples and much more! Refreshments for both the little ones and adults will be available too. Bonfire from 6pm and fireworks start at 7.45pm.

    Adults £9 | Children £5 | Family £22 (2 adults 2 children) | Children under 6 free

  • Farm Dining – Dickie’s Farm Dining
    18:00 -22:00
    03/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    Here at Dickies we are very excited about our Farm Dining events.

    We will be showcasing some of the most amazing fresh and local ingredients in the area.

    There will be a choice of starters, mains and desserts to choose from the menu will follow so keep your eyes peeled.

    BYOB

    Food served 6pm-9pm

    To book or for more information call us on 01949 869733

     

    So what is Farm Dining at Dickies?

    It’s our take on a fine dining experience without any of the pomp or ceremony of stuffy restaurants.

    We are offering a choice menu every Saturday night of amazing locally sourced ingredients cooked to perfection by our chefs.

    Our prices are very reasonable and it is bring your own alcohol so it is a very affordable way to eat out. Treat yourselves to wonderful, imaginative food in the fantastic, laid back atmosphere of the Cow Shed Restaurant.

    Give it a go this Saturday evening and let us impress you! Book Now to avoid disappointment. 01949 869733

  • Allington Bonfire & Firework Show
    18:00 -20:30
    03/11/2018

    Bottesford Rd, Allington, Grantham NG32 2ET, UK

    Bottesford Rd, Allington, Grantham NG32 2ET, UK

     

    Our annual bonfire and fireworks night is back with a bang! Gates open at 6pm, £5 per person and under 6s go free, please pay on the gate. Fireworks display at 7pm. We will also be selling hot food including burgers and hot dogs, along with a bar stocked with wine, beer, and soft drinks. NEW for 2018 we will also be selling mulled wine to keep you warm by the fire!

    Visitors are requested not to bring their own fireworks, including sparklers.

    Saturday, 3 November 2018 from 18:00-20:30

     

    For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

     

  • Bonfire Night at The Cranmer, Aslockton
    19:00 -23:00
    03/11/2018

    Old Post Office, Main St, Aslockton, Nottingham NG13 9AL, UK

    Old Post Office, Main St, Aslockton, Nottingham NG13 9AL, UK

     

    Free entry, hot food and drinks will be available!

     

  • Disney’s The Jungle Book Kids
    19:00
    03/11/2018-04/11/2018

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

    Young Cast: ages 4-11

    Adapted from Disney’s beloved animated film and the works of Rudyard Kipling, the “man cub.” Mowgli, bounds through the jungle and learns what it means to be human.
    The jungle is jumpin’ with a jazzy beat in Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS. Specially adapted from the classic Disney animated film, Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS features a host of colorful characters and your favorite songs from the movie.

    Banished by the ferocious tiger, Shere Khan, a human boy named Mowgli and his panther friend, Bagheera, are on the run in the deepest parts of the jungle. On their journey, the two meet a sinister snake named Kaa, a herd of elephants and a giant bear named Baloo, who teaches them the swingin’ musical rhythms of the jungle. After surviving a dangerous encounter with a band of monkeys led by King Louie, Mowgli and Bagheera are forced to run for their lives. When Shere Khan returns, our heroes must rally their fellow animals into battle and restore peace throughout the jungle.

     

  • Live Music in and around The Vale this Saturday !
    19:00 -23:00
    03/11/2018

    The Tavern: The Enchanted Faeryball 2018 7.30pm

    Tickets available from www.enchantedfaeryball.co.uk

    Back in January 2013 I created some posters and tickets for Lesley Morgan for her Faery Ball which was going to be held at The Grange later in the year. Sadly Lesley passed away. Determined to not let this legacy fail, Mark Frisby and Roma Thais (now Marks Wife) called an extraordinary meeting at The Crown I think? I went along to see if new posters would be needed. I ended up joining the team. It was a great honour to serve Roma’s “Dream Team” an incredible  group of individuals who were determined to see this event carry on as Lesley’s legacy. Now on its 10 year anniversary, Roma and Your new Dream Team I wish you Good Luck on Saturday. Gig Guide Pete x

     

    Roll up roll up! Welcome to the greatest show on earth… Wait for it…The Enchanted Faeryball 2018!! tickets available from www.enchantedfaeryball.co.uk

    Its a Circus Themed Halloween Ball!

    Two amazing bands performing this year are The Brandy Thieves and Goldwater!

    Chaines Dance Company and Bill Brookman Productions

    Magical stalls to buy some lovely stuff!

    This year we are supported by The Lions Club Melton Mowbray.
    Our two chosen charities this year is Melton Mencap and Rainbows! Lets make it a good one ❤

     

    The Brandy Thieves:

    Already renowned as one of the Midland’s best live acts, The Brandy Thieves have quickly built a reputation as a band that blows the roof over every venue they play, a band that’s impossible not to dance to. By combining gypsy rhythms and punk energy, ska grooves and folk storytelling, the band has created a sound that is uniquely their own, A sound that has stolen the hearts of all of whom that have seen them perform. ‘Raucous’ ‘Infectious’ ‘Enthralling’ ‘Captivating’ and ‘Sweaty’ are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the alcohol stealing gypsy punks. The last two years have witnessed the band sharing stages with the likes of Robert Plant, Sleaford Mods, Jimmy Cliff, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Alabama 3, Skinny Lister, Ferocious Dog, Neville Staple (The Specials), The Dub Pistols, Urban Voodoo Machine, Toploader & The Rumjacks to name a few. The five piece are sure to be the highlight for many gig and festival goers, The Brandy Thieves are a band not to be missed.

    The Brandy Thieves are Andrea ‘The Tattooed Woman’ Kenny, Cain ‘The Sauce Boss’ Barriskill, Joe ‘The Cravat’ Carey, Chris ‘Superboy’ Swirles & Sebastian ‘Morningstar’ Mikolajczyk.

    ​​“The Brandy Thieves are an absolutely amazing live act”

    Lal Muttock BBC Introducing

    “Coming across like the missing link between Gogol Bordello and Fairground Attraction, they excite and enthrall with their stunning performance

    Sean Tizzard E-Festivals.com

    “Whether it be in a dark venue or on a festival stage, their presence and music draw the punters in to witness a stunning performance of feel good party music but with passion and musicianship.”

    Gaz Birtles – The Beautiful South, Simon Says Festival

     

    Goldwater:

    Psychedelic Psychotic Preachers famed for their frenzied live performances that will make you stomp, and shake with their urgent and savage sounds.

    Blending heavy blues, 60’s psychedelia, and rabidly intense rock, Leicester’s GoldWater offer an unforgettable and energetic live performance that has to be seen to be believed. Live shows often descend into chaotic happenings as their wild, psychotic lead singer clambers through the crowd preaching over the urgent, thundering band.

    GoldWater formed from the ashes of a host of Leicester’s top bands (The Dirty Backbeats, Ego Armalade, Moonlights, Platforms). In three short years, their unique, theatrical sound has helped them graduate from supporting the likes of Alabama 3, Urban Voodoo Machine, Skinny Lister, King King and Ferocious Dog to selling out hometown shows and storming a host of festivals.

    The band have subsequently packed out every single hometown gig culminating with their biggest headline show at Dryden Street Social this October with Co- Headliners, Hell’s Addiction. 2018 has seen the band take their blistering live performances to new heights, spreading their wings with shows in Birmingham, Nottingham and Derby as well as headlining the Riverside Festival, Foxton Locks Festival, Barefoot Festival and performing a widely acclaimed mainstage slot at Off The Tracks, Simon Says Festival and Hockley Hustle.

    2018 saw GoldWater release a savage slice of monolithic psychedelia – Warpath. This new single is an epic slab of urgent rock and roll described as Motorhead meets Motown and has been recorded at the famed Seamus Wong Studios, Leicester.

    Don’t miss the electrically eclectic GoldWater tear the roof of a stage in 2019!

    Eastwell Village Hall: ‘Sam Green and the Midnight Heist’ 8pm

    A modern, independent Artist with universal appeal; Sam’s music has served as the foundations on which, he has built a strong reputation as a live act combining virtuosic musical skill with great song writing. From a live show, you can expect original songs inspried by a love of Grunge, Blues, Alt-Folk and Country, presented with percussive acoustic slide guitar as well as hypnotic rhythms created live with the use of stomp-box and loop-station.

    His travels have taken him and his music to some of the most highly respected venues and music festivals in the world. In 2013 Sam Played Glastonbury Festival for the first time, where he and his band were described by the Independent Newspaper as “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing.” Since then, he has spent the majority of his time touring the U.K and Europe, consistently playings festivals such as Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, Boomtown and Shambala, alongside independently releasing his music.

    March 2017 saw the release of Sam’s first full length solo album ‘Just Stand Still’ a record which tells the story of coming home to his Devon and laying down roots on which to start a new chapter. The album features eight new songs written at home on an 8-track recorder and developed over the space of a year and finally produced at Pound House Studios near Braunton.

    Sam appeared in 2017 at the world famous Sziget festival in Budapest along with his band. He then spent the rest of the 2017/18 winter season on the road as a solo act promoting the release of his ‘Just stand still’ album and opening for acts such as Wildwood Kin, Danny and the champions of the world, The Undercover hippie, Echo town and Wille and the bandits.

    At the start of 2018, he then released a brand new EP entitled “Onsette Return” under the name ‘Sam Green and the Midnight Heist.’ The new EP displayed a heavier rock sound than his previous release and was described as a collection of “Classy songs” by Peter Maher, a renouned mastering engineer who has worked with The Rolling stones, U2, Jack White and Newton Faulkner.

    As a touring Artist, Sam has travelled far and wide all over The UK and Europe under his own name since 2010. After having played guitar and written music in numerous Alt Rock, Americana inspired bands since his teens; Sam took a long backpacking trip around South America and returned home in 2010 with a note book full of new songs, inspired to get out on the road and play his new music as much as possible.

    Since he first set out on his own, Sam hasn’t really had a chance to look back. His percussive acoustic slide guitar style, combined with stomp box and Loop-Station, have served as a foundation; on which he has built a strong reputation as a live act with universal appeal. His one-man-band shows are raw, intimate offerings of virtuosic slide guitar, percussive rhythms, engaging song writing and a soulful, blues inspired voice

    n 2013, Sam released the ‘Miles Away’ EP, the debut release from Sam Green and the Midnight Heist and began to build his relationship with the UK festival circuit playing stand out shows at The Isle of Wight festival, Secret Garden Party, Shambala and Glastonbury where The Independent Newspaper described the band as “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing”. Along with members of his band, Sam followed the release of the ‘Miles Away EP’ in 2014 with the ‘Wide Awake EP’ and in 2016 with a live recording entitled ‘Factory Studio Sessions’
    Filmed and recorded in Bristol, where Sam was living at the time.

    “Classy songs” Peter Maher – Jack White and Newton Faulkner March 2018

    “One of the best sessions of the year” BBC Introducing Devon October 2016

    “A great talent indeed” Bristol After Dark August 2016

    “Hill-billy beats and catchy choruses” Rapture Magazine 2014

    “A classic retro sound. Kicking out the folk blues jams” BBC Introducing in the west 2014

    “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing” The Independent Newspaper Glastonbury Festival 2013

    “One of the best live sessions of 2016” BBC Introducing in Devon and Cornwall

    “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing at Glastonbury festival” The Independent Newspaper

    The Generous Briton (Genny B) ‘Zone Eleven’ 9.30pm (Debut)

    Zone Eleven is a reasonably new Midlands supergroup Rock & Pop Covers Band consisting of 4 fellas stolen from 3 other bands.

    Made up of one half of local favourites Indio Black and a third of 80s party starters Analogue Haze. With a range of covers from the 80s through to present day they’re tight, high energy, play songs that you don’t hear other bands play and they’re definitely not to be missed. So, if you like a bit of INXS, Elbow, Kasabian, Pulp or Muse “They’re Gonna be right up your street”.

     

    The Noels Arms: ‘The Veltones’ 9.30pm

    ‘The Veltones’ hailing from Melton Mowbray, Peterborough and Bourne are returning to the hallowed stage of The Noels Arms this Saturday evening for a night of Rock, Soul, Motown, Disco and Funk. The Noels regulars will be treated to some new songs from the one of the hardest working band around. The Band have been hard at work gigging most weekends as well as learning new songs for all their followers who they hope will be popping down. Consisting of the tight musical bond formed by Jason and Paul during the Altered Ego days, and since adding the fantastic vocals of Amy Woods and ace Guitarist Jon Arno, they go from strength to strength, opening twice for Chubby Brown as well as doing many Party and wedding gigs alongside their regular bookings in Melton, Peterborough, Leicester, Uppingham and Wellingborough. Expect extremely danceable songs and sing along, set list includes songs such as: Happy – Pharrell Williams, Good Times /Rappers Delight – Chic/Sugar Hill Gang, Walk like a Man – Frankie Valli &The 4 Seasons, as well as slightly diverse choices such as Rock N Roll – Led Zeppelin and Paradise by The Dashboard Light – Meatloaf. As always be sure to pack your Boogie-Boots and your singing voices for what promises to be a great night.

    Visit www.theveltones.co.uk or their facebook page by Clicking on here 

     

     

     The Grapes ‘MLC: Mid Life Crisis’ 10pm

    ‘Mid Life Crisis’ MLC, are a 3-Piece Covers Band PLAYING Punk, Rock, Pop and a bit of Rock & Roll, all covered in the MLC way. All the stuff you know and a few you may have forgotten about, come have a bit of fun and banter. Get some MLC in your life. “Hows that Pete is that ok? Its bloody hard trying to write a description” Well Mick You did just fine mate, Just Fine! X

    From the very pen of the Crown Landlord Mick Rathbone (Sorry Mick it’s all I had as they didn’t reply). Please remember to visit Mick at the Crown and tell him what a great write up this is! J X)

     

     

    The Black Swan: DISCO 2020

     

    The Half Moon: Tiny Tony   and Karaoke  

  • More events
    • Nottingham Comedy Festival
      All day
      03/11/2018-10/11/2018

      Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

       

      This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

      Line up

       

      Venues

       

    • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
      All day
      03/11/2018-08/11/2018
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

       

      For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

      2nd November – 8th November

      Friday 2nd November
      King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

      Saturday 3rd November
      They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
      Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

      Sunday 4th November
      Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
      First Man (12A) 4.00pm
      NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

      Monday 5th November
      First Man (12A) 6.00pm
      King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

      Tuesday 6th November
      First Man (12A) 2.00pm
      EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
      First Man (12A) 8.30pm

      Wednesday 7th November
      First Man (12A) 6.00pm
      King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

      Thursday 8th November
      They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
      Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    • Odeon Newark Saturday 3 Nov
      All day
      03/11/2018
      23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
      23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
      11:30
      14:30
      16:30
      17:30
      19:30
      20:30
      10:20
      13:00
      15:30
      18:00
      20:30
      18:30
      21:15
      11:00
      13:30
      16:00
    • World War Centenary Rememberance - Bingham
      All day
      03/11/2018-11/11/2018
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

      How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

      October 1st – November 10th
      • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
      • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
      • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
      Wednesday November 7th
      • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
      Thursday November 8th
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      Friday November 9th
      • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
      Saturday November 10th
      • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
      • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
      Sunday November 11th
      • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
      • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

      Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

    • Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Park
      All day
      03/11/2018-04/11/2018
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

      Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November
      Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am – 6pm daily with final entry at 5pm
      Closed Mondays 22 and 29 and Tuesdays 23 and 30 October
      Venue: Wollaton Park

      This half term, dinosaurs return to Wollaton! As the park is transformed into a prehistoric world.

      Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs come to life, is an interactive, life-sized replica experience, where you’ll meet over different 30 dinosaurs.

      Expect to come face to face with a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus rex in an animatronic experience, as these fearsome creatures come to life – watch out that they don’t make you jump with their raging roars!

      Kids can also learn all about how dinosaurs lived, and mini-dinosaur palaeontologists among us will be able to dig for bones in the excavation area.

      When the gang gets peckish or thirsty, there will be a herd of street food and drink vendors to keep their energy up, plus a whole store of dino-themed merchandise

      Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

      When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm. Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

      Guide Prices

      Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

      Opening Times

      Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Hall20 Oct 2018 – 4 Nov 2018
      Wednesday – Sunday10:00 – 06:00

      * When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm (Last entry). Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

    • Family Scream Park
      All day
      03/11/2018-04/11/2018
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

      For the complete list of Firework Displays this weekend click here

       

      Twinlakes award winning UK’s No.1 Halloween day out for the whole family. Family Scream Park, a family friendly fangtastic blend of Halloween fun! We have over 20,000 FREE pumpkins for kids to carve or paint. Wicked workshops including children’s crafts. Children’s fancy-dress is optional but we love it when they do! Find the ghouls and ghosts in the mummy family Halloween hunt.

      NEW for 2018! Halloween Fun Awaits at Family Scream in Twinlakes Park with these new monstrously magical going on’s…

      Fruity the Witches Not-So-Scary trick or treat Witch Wagon! – The happiest haunted place on Earth. Step inside Fruity the Forgetful Witch’s Wagon, with Halloween inspired prizes, potions bubbling, cauldrons churning for an interactive and imagination filled experience. Don’t miss out on all the chills, thrills and fun, it’s a real spook-tacular experience to be had. Small charge of £2.99 per child applies, all children receive a small trick OR a treat before leaving the experience, families enjoy the experience together (adults admitted with children’s tickets), book online to guarantee your child’s trick or treat experience with Fruity. Children must be accompanied by an adult, photography is allowed so remember to share the scares! Located inside the park, see map for details.

    • Horse & Tack Sale - Melton Mowbray Cattle Market
      07:30 -14:30
      03/11/2018
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

       

      On the 1st Saturday of every month we will be holding our general monthly sale of horse and tack. Horses will be sold on a first come first served basis, and no pre-booking is available. Tack lots must be pre-entered throughout the month, and lot numbers will be allocated and sent to vendors prior to the sale.

      Our general horse sales are the first Saturday of every month, unless there is another event at the market, confirmed dates for 2018 are:

      19th May- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
      2nd June- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
      16th June- Regular Horse Sale & Premium Tack Sale
      7th July- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
      21st July- Regular Horse Sale & Premium Tack Sale
      4th August- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
      18th August- Premium Horse & Tack Sale
      1st September- Monthly Horse, Tack & Machinery Sale
      15th September- Regular Horse Sale & Premium Tack Sale
      20th October- Monthly Horse & Tack Sale
      3rd November- Monthly Horse & Tack Sale
      1st December- Monthly Horse & Tack Sale
      Horses – Please contact Tim Webster for more details
      Horses cannot be pre-booked, vendors are welcome to arrive on the morning of the sale from 07:30am with their stock. Horses will be sold in the order that they arrive at the market. Passports will be taken at the gate and exchanged for an entry card to be completed with the stock details. An entry fee of £15 will be charged, with a £5 refund due once the horse is sold in the ring. Vendors can collect the proceeds from the sale once the buyers have paid for their lots. Commission is charged at 10% for horses. We can sell all category of horse: hunter, pony, donkey, alpaca and llama. If vendors would like to email over pictures of stock that they are planning on bringing to the sale, we are more than happy to advertise them on social media for you.

      Tim Webster | Horse Auctioneer
      [email protected]
      07949 173180 or 01664 562971
      Sale times are as follows:
      Tack 10:00
      Horses 11:30

      Our Market Tavern will be open throughout the day, serving meals made from quality local ingredients, and hot and cold refreshments.

    • Local Park Run Info
      09:00 -10:00
      03/11/2018

      Park Runs are weekly 5k events for every ability – many are also dog friendly. It’s a great way to keep fit with the whole family.

      Park Runs start promptly at 9am, and are timed each week so you can track your performance!!

      Registration online prior to the event is necessary if you want to receive a time.

       

      There are several Park Runs within a short drive of the Vale of Belvoir.

      Belton House
      Sconce & Devon Park, Newark on Trent
      Melton Park
      Rushcliffe County Park
      Rutland Water

       

    • Lincoln Castle Hill Makers' Market
      10:00 -16:00
      03/11/2018
      3 Castle Hill, Lincoln LN1 3AA, UK
      3 Castle Hill, Lincoln LN1 3AA, UK

      Lincoln Castle Hill Makers’ Market

      10am – 5pm

      The Lincoln Makers’ Market offers a fantastic opportunity to buy bespoke pieces for your home, or unique gifts for your loved ones.

      Showcasing art, craft, ceramics, woodwork, glass art, fabrics and much more, our bi-monthly market is home to a wide range of local Lincolnshire artisans.

      Sat on the ancient cobbles of Castle Hill, the Makers’ Market is surrounded by Lincoln’s beautiful architectural heritage, a location enviable by even the country’s largest outdoor showcases for art.

      The market is a great way to browse and buy affordable homemade art and craft direct from both established, and up and coming artisans from the local area. So make a day of it, and explore Lincoln’s beautiful Cathedral and Castle; or visit the variety of boutique shops, restaurants and cafés that Lincoln has to offer.

      The Lincoln Makers’ Market is a bi-monthly event running from March – December, with additional markets through the summer months:

      Every 1st Saturday of the Month: Castle Hill
      Every 2nd Saturday of the Month: Lincoln Cornhill
      Extra Summer Markets, every 3rd Saturday from June – September: St. Martin’s Square

      To find out how to be a part of the Lincoln Markers’ Market, see the Lincoln BIG website.

    • 15th Anniversary Fireworks
      10:00 -19:00
      03/11/2018
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

       

      Just £15pp / Annual Pass Holders £3.99

      Twinlakes is celebrating it’s 15th anniversary of fun and what better way to celebrate, a massive firework display! All day entry included in the price, including rides, attractions, farm park and firework show! FREE PARKING.

       

      Join us for a spectacular Fireworks Festival event, that will dazzle and delight! On Saturday November 3rd, for one night only Twinlakes Park lights up the sky with a massive bang! WARNING: It will get very loud. Please note this ticket is for all day entry (ride, attractions, farm park and toddler/main firework display).

       

    • Winter Craft Fair - Southwell Minster
      10:00 -16:00
      03/11/2018
      Bishops Manor, Bishop's Dr, Southwell NG25 0JP, UK
      Bishops Manor, Bishop's Dr, Southwell NG25 0JP, UK

       

      The Winter Craft Fair is back and bigger and better than ever!
      50+ stall holders offering a variety of hand made gifts
      Ideal for finding those truly unique Christmas presents
      Jewellery, pottery, candles, glass art, handbags, ceramics, textiles and much more.

      AND NEW FOR 2018! – We will be having an additional 14 stalls in the State Chamber in The Archbishop’s Palace next door so make sure to check it out (10 metre walk between buildings)

      Entry – £3 suggested donation (U16s free)

       

    • Funny Girl, Live Event, Melton Cinema
      17:00 -21:00
      03/11/2018
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

      Sunday 3 November, 5pm

      Funny Girl

    • Bonfire Night at the Engine Yard
      17:30 -20:30
      03/11/2018
      2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK
      2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK

      For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

       

      Join us on the evening of Saturday 3rd November to enjoy a beautiful autumn evening.

       

      Warm up with a Bailey’s Hot Chocolate whilst watching a firework display by the wonderful MLE Pyrotechnics and toast your toes on our bonfire!

      Gates open at 5.00pm. With music entertainment from 5.30pm and food from our outdoor kitchen including hot dogs, burgers, toffee apples and much more! Refreshments for both the little ones and adults will be available too. Bonfire from 6pm and fireworks start at 7.45pm.

      Adults £9 | Children £5 | Family £22 (2 adults 2 children) | Children under 6 free

    • Farm Dining - Dickie's Farm Dining
      18:00 -22:00
      03/11/2018
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

       

      Here at Dickies we are very excited about our Farm Dining events.

      We will be showcasing some of the most amazing fresh and local ingredients in the area.

      There will be a choice of starters, mains and desserts to choose from the menu will follow so keep your eyes peeled.

      BYOB

      Food served 6pm-9pm

      To book or for more information call us on 01949 869733

       

      So what is Farm Dining at Dickies?

      It’s our take on a fine dining experience without any of the pomp or ceremony of stuffy restaurants.

      We are offering a choice menu every Saturday night of amazing locally sourced ingredients cooked to perfection by our chefs.

      Our prices are very reasonable and it is bring your own alcohol so it is a very affordable way to eat out. Treat yourselves to wonderful, imaginative food in the fantastic, laid back atmosphere of the Cow Shed Restaurant.

      Give it a go this Saturday evening and let us impress you! Book Now to avoid disappointment. 01949 869733

    • Allington Bonfire & Firework Show
      18:00 -20:30
      03/11/2018
      Bottesford Rd, Allington, Grantham NG32 2ET, UK
      Bottesford Rd, Allington, Grantham NG32 2ET, UK

       

      Our annual bonfire and fireworks night is back with a bang! Gates open at 6pm, £5 per person and under 6s go free, please pay on the gate. Fireworks display at 7pm. We will also be selling hot food including burgers and hot dogs, along with a bar stocked with wine, beer, and soft drinks. NEW for 2018 we will also be selling mulled wine to keep you warm by the fire!

      Visitors are requested not to bring their own fireworks, including sparklers.

      Saturday, 3 November 2018 from 18:00-20:30

       

      For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

       

    • Bonfire Night at The Cranmer, Aslockton
      19:00 -23:00
      03/11/2018
      Old Post Office, Main St, Aslockton, Nottingham NG13 9AL, UK
      Old Post Office, Main St, Aslockton, Nottingham NG13 9AL, UK

       

      Free entry, hot food and drinks will be available!

       

    • Disney's The Jungle Book Kids
      19:00
      03/11/2018-04/11/2018
      31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK
      31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

      Young Cast: ages 4-11

      Adapted from Disney’s beloved animated film and the works of Rudyard Kipling, the “man cub.” Mowgli, bounds through the jungle and learns what it means to be human.
      The jungle is jumpin’ with a jazzy beat in Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS. Specially adapted from the classic Disney animated film, Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS features a host of colorful characters and your favorite songs from the movie.

      Banished by the ferocious tiger, Shere Khan, a human boy named Mowgli and his panther friend, Bagheera, are on the run in the deepest parts of the jungle. On their journey, the two meet a sinister snake named Kaa, a herd of elephants and a giant bear named Baloo, who teaches them the swingin’ musical rhythms of the jungle. After surviving a dangerous encounter with a band of monkeys led by King Louie, Mowgli and Bagheera are forced to run for their lives. When Shere Khan returns, our heroes must rally their fellow animals into battle and restore peace throughout the jungle.

       

    • Live Music in and around The Vale this Saturday !
      19:00 -23:00
      03/11/2018

      The Tavern: The Enchanted Faeryball 2018 7.30pm

      Tickets available from www.enchantedfaeryball.co.uk

      Back in January 2013 I created some posters and tickets for Lesley Morgan for her Faery Ball which was going to be held at The Grange later in the year. Sadly Lesley passed away. Determined to not let this legacy fail, Mark Frisby and Roma Thais (now Marks Wife) called an extraordinary meeting at The Crown I think? I went along to see if new posters would be needed. I ended up joining the team. It was a great honour to serve Roma’s “Dream Team” an incredible  group of individuals who were determined to see this event carry on as Lesley’s legacy. Now on its 10 year anniversary, Roma and Your new Dream Team I wish you Good Luck on Saturday. Gig Guide Pete x

       

      Roll up roll up! Welcome to the greatest show on earth… Wait for it…The Enchanted Faeryball 2018!! tickets available from www.enchantedfaeryball.co.uk

      Its a Circus Themed Halloween Ball!

      Two amazing bands performing this year are The Brandy Thieves and Goldwater!

      Chaines Dance Company and Bill Brookman Productions

      Magical stalls to buy some lovely stuff!

      This year we are supported by The Lions Club Melton Mowbray.
      Our two chosen charities this year is Melton Mencap and Rainbows! Lets make it a good one ❤

       

      The Brandy Thieves:

      Already renowned as one of the Midland’s best live acts, The Brandy Thieves have quickly built a reputation as a band that blows the roof over every venue they play, a band that’s impossible not to dance to. By combining gypsy rhythms and punk energy, ska grooves and folk storytelling, the band has created a sound that is uniquely their own, A sound that has stolen the hearts of all of whom that have seen them perform. ‘Raucous’ ‘Infectious’ ‘Enthralling’ ‘Captivating’ and ‘Sweaty’ are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the alcohol stealing gypsy punks. The last two years have witnessed the band sharing stages with the likes of Robert Plant, Sleaford Mods, Jimmy Cliff, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Alabama 3, Skinny Lister, Ferocious Dog, Neville Staple (The Specials), The Dub Pistols, Urban Voodoo Machine, Toploader & The Rumjacks to name a few. The five piece are sure to be the highlight for many gig and festival goers, The Brandy Thieves are a band not to be missed.

      The Brandy Thieves are Andrea ‘The Tattooed Woman’ Kenny, Cain ‘The Sauce Boss’ Barriskill, Joe ‘The Cravat’ Carey, Chris ‘Superboy’ Swirles & Sebastian ‘Morningstar’ Mikolajczyk.

      ​​“The Brandy Thieves are an absolutely amazing live act”

      Lal Muttock BBC Introducing

      “Coming across like the missing link between Gogol Bordello and Fairground Attraction, they excite and enthrall with their stunning performance

      Sean Tizzard E-Festivals.com

      “Whether it be in a dark venue or on a festival stage, their presence and music draw the punters in to witness a stunning performance of feel good party music but with passion and musicianship.”

      Gaz Birtles – The Beautiful South, Simon Says Festival

       

      Goldwater:

      Psychedelic Psychotic Preachers famed for their frenzied live performances that will make you stomp, and shake with their urgent and savage sounds.

      Blending heavy blues, 60’s psychedelia, and rabidly intense rock, Leicester’s GoldWater offer an unforgettable and energetic live performance that has to be seen to be believed. Live shows often descend into chaotic happenings as their wild, psychotic lead singer clambers through the crowd preaching over the urgent, thundering band.

      GoldWater formed from the ashes of a host of Leicester’s top bands (The Dirty Backbeats, Ego Armalade, Moonlights, Platforms). In three short years, their unique, theatrical sound has helped them graduate from supporting the likes of Alabama 3, Urban Voodoo Machine, Skinny Lister, King King and Ferocious Dog to selling out hometown shows and storming a host of festivals.

      The band have subsequently packed out every single hometown gig culminating with their biggest headline show at Dryden Street Social this October with Co- Headliners, Hell’s Addiction. 2018 has seen the band take their blistering live performances to new heights, spreading their wings with shows in Birmingham, Nottingham and Derby as well as headlining the Riverside Festival, Foxton Locks Festival, Barefoot Festival and performing a widely acclaimed mainstage slot at Off The Tracks, Simon Says Festival and Hockley Hustle.

      2018 saw GoldWater release a savage slice of monolithic psychedelia – Warpath. This new single is an epic slab of urgent rock and roll described as Motorhead meets Motown and has been recorded at the famed Seamus Wong Studios, Leicester.

      Don’t miss the electrically eclectic GoldWater tear the roof of a stage in 2019!

      Eastwell Village Hall: ‘Sam Green and the Midnight Heist’ 8pm

      A modern, independent Artist with universal appeal; Sam’s music has served as the foundations on which, he has built a strong reputation as a live act combining virtuosic musical skill with great song writing. From a live show, you can expect original songs inspried by a love of Grunge, Blues, Alt-Folk and Country, presented with percussive acoustic slide guitar as well as hypnotic rhythms created live with the use of stomp-box and loop-station.

      His travels have taken him and his music to some of the most highly respected venues and music festivals in the world. In 2013 Sam Played Glastonbury Festival for the first time, where he and his band were described by the Independent Newspaper as “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing.” Since then, he has spent the majority of his time touring the U.K and Europe, consistently playings festivals such as Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, Boomtown and Shambala, alongside independently releasing his music.

      March 2017 saw the release of Sam’s first full length solo album ‘Just Stand Still’ a record which tells the story of coming home to his Devon and laying down roots on which to start a new chapter. The album features eight new songs written at home on an 8-track recorder and developed over the space of a year and finally produced at Pound House Studios near Braunton.

      Sam appeared in 2017 at the world famous Sziget festival in Budapest along with his band. He then spent the rest of the 2017/18 winter season on the road as a solo act promoting the release of his ‘Just stand still’ album and opening for acts such as Wildwood Kin, Danny and the champions of the world, The Undercover hippie, Echo town and Wille and the bandits.

      At the start of 2018, he then released a brand new EP entitled “Onsette Return” under the name ‘Sam Green and the Midnight Heist.’ The new EP displayed a heavier rock sound than his previous release and was described as a collection of “Classy songs” by Peter Maher, a renouned mastering engineer who has worked with The Rolling stones, U2, Jack White and Newton Faulkner.

      As a touring Artist, Sam has travelled far and wide all over The UK and Europe under his own name since 2010. After having played guitar and written music in numerous Alt Rock, Americana inspired bands since his teens; Sam took a long backpacking trip around South America and returned home in 2010 with a note book full of new songs, inspired to get out on the road and play his new music as much as possible.

      Since he first set out on his own, Sam hasn’t really had a chance to look back. His percussive acoustic slide guitar style, combined with stomp box and Loop-Station, have served as a foundation; on which he has built a strong reputation as a live act with universal appeal. His one-man-band shows are raw, intimate offerings of virtuosic slide guitar, percussive rhythms, engaging song writing and a soulful, blues inspired voice

      n 2013, Sam released the ‘Miles Away’ EP, the debut release from Sam Green and the Midnight Heist and began to build his relationship with the UK festival circuit playing stand out shows at The Isle of Wight festival, Secret Garden Party, Shambala and Glastonbury where The Independent Newspaper described the band as “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing”. Along with members of his band, Sam followed the release of the ‘Miles Away EP’ in 2014 with the ‘Wide Awake EP’ and in 2016 with a live recording entitled ‘Factory Studio Sessions’
      Filmed and recorded in Bristol, where Sam was living at the time.

      “Classy songs” Peter Maher – Jack White and Newton Faulkner March 2018

      “One of the best sessions of the year” BBC Introducing Devon October 2016

      “A great talent indeed” Bristol After Dark August 2016

      “Hill-billy beats and catchy choruses” Rapture Magazine 2014

      “A classic retro sound. Kicking out the folk blues jams” BBC Introducing in the west 2014

      “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing” The Independent Newspaper Glastonbury Festival 2013

      “One of the best live sessions of 2016” BBC Introducing in Devon and Cornwall

      “One of the hot new acts making the summer swing at Glastonbury festival” The Independent Newspaper

      The Generous Briton (Genny B) ‘Zone Eleven’ 9.30pm (Debut)

      Zone Eleven is a reasonably new Midlands supergroup Rock & Pop Covers Band consisting of 4 fellas stolen from 3 other bands.

      Made up of one half of local favourites Indio Black and a third of 80s party starters Analogue Haze. With a range of covers from the 80s through to present day they’re tight, high energy, play songs that you don’t hear other bands play and they’re definitely not to be missed. So, if you like a bit of INXS, Elbow, Kasabian, Pulp or Muse “They’re Gonna be right up your street”.

       

      The Noels Arms: ‘The Veltones’ 9.30pm

      ‘The Veltones’ hailing from Melton Mowbray, Peterborough and Bourne are returning to the hallowed stage of The Noels Arms this Saturday evening for a night of Rock, Soul, Motown, Disco and Funk. The Noels regulars will be treated to some new songs from the one of the hardest working band around. The Band have been hard at work gigging most weekends as well as learning new songs for all their followers who they hope will be popping down. Consisting of the tight musical bond formed by Jason and Paul during the Altered Ego days, and since adding the fantastic vocals of Amy Woods and ace Guitarist Jon Arno, they go from strength to strength, opening twice for Chubby Brown as well as doing many Party and wedding gigs alongside their regular bookings in Melton, Peterborough, Leicester, Uppingham and Wellingborough. Expect extremely danceable songs and sing along, set list includes songs such as: Happy – Pharrell Williams, Good Times /Rappers Delight – Chic/Sugar Hill Gang, Walk like a Man – Frankie Valli &The 4 Seasons, as well as slightly diverse choices such as Rock N Roll – Led Zeppelin and Paradise by The Dashboard Light – Meatloaf. As always be sure to pack your Boogie-Boots and your singing voices for what promises to be a great night.

      Visit www.theveltones.co.uk or their facebook page by Clicking on here 

       

       

       The Grapes ‘MLC: Mid Life Crisis’ 10pm

      ‘Mid Life Crisis’ MLC, are a 3-Piece Covers Band PLAYING Punk, Rock, Pop and a bit of Rock & Roll, all covered in the MLC way. All the stuff you know and a few you may have forgotten about, come have a bit of fun and banter. Get some MLC in your life. “Hows that Pete is that ok? Its bloody hard trying to write a description” Well Mick You did just fine mate, Just Fine! X

      From the very pen of the Crown Landlord Mick Rathbone (Sorry Mick it’s all I had as they didn’t reply). Please remember to visit Mick at the Crown and tell him what a great write up this is! J X)

       

       

      The Black Swan: DISCO 2020

       

      The Half Moon: Tiny Tony   and Karaoke  

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  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    04/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    04/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Park
    All day
    04/11/2018-04/11/2018

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November
    Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am – 6pm daily with final entry at 5pm
    Closed Mondays 22 and 29 and Tuesdays 23 and 30 October
    Venue: Wollaton Park

    This half term, dinosaurs return to Wollaton! As the park is transformed into a prehistoric world.

    Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs come to life, is an interactive, life-sized replica experience, where you’ll meet over different 30 dinosaurs.

    Expect to come face to face with a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus rex in an animatronic experience, as these fearsome creatures come to life – watch out that they don’t make you jump with their raging roars!

    Kids can also learn all about how dinosaurs lived, and mini-dinosaur palaeontologists among us will be able to dig for bones in the excavation area.

    When the gang gets peckish or thirsty, there will be a herd of street food and drink vendors to keep their energy up, plus a whole store of dino-themed merchandise

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm. Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

    Guide Prices

    Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

    Opening Times

    Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Hall20 Oct 2018 – 4 Nov 2018
    Wednesday – Sunday10:00 – 06:00

    * When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm (Last entry). Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

  • Family Scream Park
    All day
    04/11/2018-04/11/2018

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

    For the complete list of Firework Displays this weekend click here

     

    Twinlakes award winning UK’s No.1 Halloween day out for the whole family. Family Scream Park, a family friendly fangtastic blend of Halloween fun! We have over 20,000 FREE pumpkins for kids to carve or paint. Wicked workshops including children’s crafts. Children’s fancy-dress is optional but we love it when they do! Find the ghouls and ghosts in the mummy family Halloween hunt.

    NEW for 2018! Halloween Fun Awaits at Family Scream in Twinlakes Park with these new monstrously magical going on’s…

    Fruity the Witches Not-So-Scary trick or treat Witch Wagon! – The happiest haunted place on Earth. Step inside Fruity the Forgetful Witch’s Wagon, with Halloween inspired prizes, potions bubbling, cauldrons churning for an interactive and imagination filled experience. Don’t miss out on all the chills, thrills and fun, it’s a real spook-tacular experience to be had. Small charge of £2.99 per child applies, all children receive a small trick OR a treat before leaving the experience, families enjoy the experience together (adults admitted with children’s tickets), book online to guarantee your child’s trick or treat experience with Fruity. Children must be accompanied by an adult, photography is allowed so remember to share the scares! Located inside the park, see map for details.

  • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
    All day
    04/11/2018-08/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    2nd November – 8th November

    Friday 2nd November
    King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Saturday 3rd November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
    Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Sunday 4th November
    Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
    First Man (12A) 4.00pm
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

    Monday 5th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Tuesday 6th November
    First Man (12A) 2.00pm
    EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
    First Man (12A) 8.30pm

    Wednesday 7th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Thursday 8th November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
    Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

  • Odeon Newark Sunday 4 Nov
    All day
    04/11/2018

    23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK

    23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
    11:30
    14:30
    16:30
    17:30
    19:30
    20:30
    10:20
    13:00
    15:30
    18:00
    20:30
    18:30
    21:15
    11:00
    13:30
    16:00
  • Car Boot Sales | Every Sunday 6.30am onwards
    06:30 -13:00
    04/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Car boot sales at Melton Market have been consistently on the increase and we now attract an average of over 100 cars, 40 vans and over 70 tables for the general public to view. With a fully concreted surface and first class facilities, Melton Market car boot sales is the best in the area, which is why it attracts thousands of people every Sunday.

    Car Boot Sales

    Every Sunday 8.30am onwards Stalls start closing at approximately 12:30pm
    (please note that on Bank Holiday weekends the car boot moves to the Monday).

    General admission costs 50p

    Mobile Chris Thomas 07771 611887, or 01664 784 714

  • Junior Park Run – Melton Mowbray
    09:00 -10:00
    04/11/2018

    83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

    83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

    What is Melton Mowbray junior parkrun?

    It is a 2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). If you are not a junior please try one of our weekly Saturday parkrun events instead.

    When is it?

    It is held every Sunday at 9:00am.

    Where is it?

    The event takes place at Melton Country Park, Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1HX. See Course page for more details.

    What does it cost to join in?

    Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder).

    How fast do I have to be?

    The aim is to have fun. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

    We’re friendly!

    Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the Melton Mowbray Visitors Centre Café – please come and join us!

  • Handmade Bookbinding Notebook Making Workshop
    10:00 -15:00
    04/11/2018

    2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

    2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

    Join us for a lovely relaxing afternoon making your own beautiful hardcover notebook. You will use lovely patterned papers to make a hardback cover for your notebook and then learn how to stitch together your book using Coptic stitching technique. This stitching technique allows the book to lay completely flat when open and is visible on the spine of the book, making an attractive feature.

    Handmade by you, you can put your notebook to good use and you will treasure forever. Use as a journal, small photo album or a gift for a friend. This is an opportunity to be creative, time for you to relax and try something new all in the beautiful setting of Nottinghamshire finest wine estates.

    All materials, tools and refreshments are included and by the end of your session you will have made a lovely binded notebook.

    Outline of your morning:-

    10.00 am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Michaela.

    Introduction to materials and tools.

    Select colours and learn the stiches

    11.30 pm Refreshments

    Continue where you left off

    1.00 pm Finish and depart with your notebook feeling relaxed

    Please note – all materials and refreshments including a snack are provided. Nothing to remember to bring, just yourself, it couldn’t be easier! So book now.

    About Michaela Bere
    Michaela, an exceptionally gifted and talented craftswomen who’s philosophy in life is to ‘live the life you image’. A Textile Artist who works mainly in Hand Embroidery and Book binding works with drawn to hand work, using few tools and follows in the footsteps of craftsmen and women who have been before her.

    A Fashion Design Graduate, she now favours hand stitching over machine and uses her hand stitching to make embroidered jewellery, hand bound books and embroidered sketches which she sells online and in shops. An excellent teacher of the craft Michaela has run and taught workshops for 10 years along with weekly stitch club in Lincoln.

    To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.

    For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, [email protected] or 01949 81393

  • Wedding Fair, Doddington Hall
    11:00 -15:00
    04/11/2018

    Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

    Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

    SAVE THE DATE • We invite you along to the Doddington Hall Wedding Fair to meet an array of hand-picked wedding suppliers, from fantastic floristry, incredible photography and beautiful bridal wear.

    The exhibitor line up is simply packed full of inspirational, creative and highly recommended wedding suppliers from across the region.

    A chance for you to see the beautiful Coach House wedding venue as well as inside Doddington Hall itself. There will be a host of talented wedding suppliers to chat to about your wedding day requirements. From beautiful blooms to stylish stationery, they’ve got it all covered.

    There will also be an opportunity to meet with the Doddington Hall team, to discuss your wedding plans and the potential of having your dream day at Doddington Hall. The Farm Shop, Café, Country Clothing and Home Interiors Store will also be open for you to enjoy.

    Sunday 4 November 2018 | 11am-3pm | Free entry

    Follow the ticketing link to register for free

    For exhibitor enquiries please contact [email protected]

  • Dickies Roast Sunday
    13:00 -16:00
    04/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    Autumn is here and our Roast Sunday’s are back.
    Home grown veg from the market garden and amazing joints of meat from our butchery.
    A roast like you get at home but cooked for you in the beautiful Cow Shed Restaurant
    Booking Essential 01949 868733
    BYOB

  • Table Top & Clothing Sale – Long Clawson Village Hall
    14:00 -15:30
    04/11/2018

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

     

    Loads of bargains, tea & cake etc

    50p entry (under 16s free)

    £10 per table / £5 half table

    To book a table or donate clothes please contact 07803 055935

    Clothing donations can be dropped off at the Village Hall from 12 midday on the day.

    All proceeds to Long Clawson School

     

     

  • Live Music in and around The Vale this Sunday!
    14:00 -20:00
    04/11/2018

    The Noels Arms: ‘Lil Jim and Hazel Scott’ 4pm

    ‘Lil Jim ‘Energetic, Scintillating, Dynamic, Irrepressible. Standing at 6’ 5”, Europe’s Best Accordion Player (According to Lil Jim who stands at 6’ 5” so who am I to argue 😉 lol). He makes a big Sound! Whether he’s playing International festival stages or laying it down in his hometown, audiences are always dazzled by his Brilliance.

    ‘Hazel Scott’ They say the best things come in small packages, hazel is proof of this! Her Guitar playing is formidable and solid as a rock, but her voice that’s what really sets her apart from the croud. Want to hear what I mean? Here’s a video of Hazel singing her haunting and soul-full version of Joleen recorded at The Noels Arms with ‘Lil Roosters” If that doesn’t make you fall in love with here voice, then music might not be right for you.

    The Geese and Fountain (Croxton Kerrial): ‘CJ Hatt’ 5pm

    It’s only the awesome Mr ‘C J Hatt’, making a very welcome return to the Geese and Fountain to blow us all away with his unique high-energy approach to be a one-man pub covers band. Not content with that, his own material is at least as good as any of the ‘famous’ stuff he can deliver with real style, and he’ll more than likely do requests as well.

    CJ Hatt repertoire ranges from old classics through to modern hits while keeping you guessing what’s coming next too! With such an extensive setlist CJ Hatt can accommodate most requests too so come along and get involved in what always proves to be a highly entertaining and high energy performance that sets CJ head and shoulders above other acoustic acts! Not to be missed!

    The Generous Briton (Genny B): Open Mic Hosted by Jonny and Reuben 7pm

    You never know who will turn up, there’s been some excellent music created at these Open Mic Nights. If you fancy a crack at it or just a pint listening to some nice songs, then Reuben and Jonny and Fionna will be there to accommodate your needs! They have a drum kit and also a host of other instruments, they’ll be down each week to play a few songs and encourage more musicians to get involved. Video Courtesy of Caroline Fleck Taylor Barrodell

     

    The Half Moon: ‘Charlie Grace’ 8pm

    It was a real pleasure to meet ‘Charlie Grace’ last time. With her Bubbly personality, funny quips and comments,She’s a most irreverent entertainer.  Performing music covers from the 60s to present day.  she has a great funny personality and is not to be missed.

  • Firework Fiesta 2018
    17:30 -21:00
    04/11/2018

    126 Bingham Rd, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham NG12 2GT, UK

    126 Bingham Rd, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham NG12 2GT, UK

    For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

     

    Tickets on sale from 1st October.

    Looking forward to welcoming you all to the Firework Fiesta.

     

    Appearing live on stage this year – Pesky Alligators! Get your tickets now from Pen 2 Paper, Burleys and local schools.

     

     

  • Annual Fireworks Display – Cropwell Bishop
    18:00 -22:00
    04/11/2018

    73 Nottingham Rd, Cropwell Bishop, Nottingham NG12 3BA, UK

    73 Nottingham Rd, Cropwell Bishop, Nottingham NG12 3BA, UK

    Lighting the beacon: 6.20pm
    Fireworks: 6.30pm

    Soup, mushy peas, hot dogs available.
    Memorial Hall playing field.
    FREE ENTRY

    Fireworks presented by 1st Galaxy Fireworks. All proceeds to Dove Cottage.

    For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

  • Firework Display at Langar Hall
    18:00 -21:00
    04/11/2018

    Langar Hall Stables, Church Ln, Langar, Nottingham NG13 9HG, UK

    Langar Hall Stables, Church Ln, Langar, Nottingham NG13 9HG, UK

     

    Langar Hall will be celebrating bonfire night on Sunday 4th November.

    Doors open from 6pm
    Food & Drink available to buy
    Firework display at 7.45pm
    everyone welcome.

    Adults £1 entry, Children free.

    For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

     

  • Disney’s The Jungle Book Kids
    19:00
    04/11/2018-04/11/2018

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

    Young Cast: ages 4-11

    Adapted from Disney’s beloved animated film and the works of Rudyard Kipling, the “man cub.” Mowgli, bounds through the jungle and learns what it means to be human.
    The jungle is jumpin’ with a jazzy beat in Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS. Specially adapted from the classic Disney animated film, Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS features a host of colorful characters and your favorite songs from the movie.

    Banished by the ferocious tiger, Shere Khan, a human boy named Mowgli and his panther friend, Bagheera, are on the run in the deepest parts of the jungle. On their journey, the two meet a sinister snake named Kaa, a herd of elephants and a giant bear named Baloo, who teaches them the swingin’ musical rhythms of the jungle. After surviving a dangerous encounter with a band of monkeys led by King Louie, Mowgli and Bagheera are forced to run for their lives. When Shere Khan returns, our heroes must rally their fellow animals into battle and restore peace throughout the jungle.

     

  • More events
    • Nottingham Comedy Festival
      All day
      04/11/2018-10/11/2018

      Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

       

      This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

      Line up

       

      Venues

       

    • World War Centenary Rememberance - Bingham
      All day
      04/11/2018-11/11/2018
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

      How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

      October 1st – November 10th
      • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
      • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
      • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
      Wednesday November 7th
      • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
      Thursday November 8th
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      Friday November 9th
      • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
      Saturday November 10th
      • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
      • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
      Sunday November 11th
      • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
      • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

      Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

    • Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Park
      All day
      04/11/2018-04/11/2018
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

      Saturday 20 October – Sunday 4 November
      Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am – 6pm daily with final entry at 5pm
      Closed Mondays 22 and 29 and Tuesdays 23 and 30 October
      Venue: Wollaton Park

      This half term, dinosaurs return to Wollaton! As the park is transformed into a prehistoric world.

      Jurassic Kingdom: Where Dinosaurs come to life, is an interactive, life-sized replica experience, where you’ll meet over different 30 dinosaurs.

      Expect to come face to face with a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus rex in an animatronic experience, as these fearsome creatures come to life – watch out that they don’t make you jump with their raging roars!

      Kids can also learn all about how dinosaurs lived, and mini-dinosaur palaeontologists among us will be able to dig for bones in the excavation area.

      When the gang gets peckish or thirsty, there will be a herd of street food and drink vendors to keep their energy up, plus a whole store of dino-themed merchandise

      Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

      When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm. Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

      Guide Prices

      Ticket prices start from £11.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £9.50 for children, and £38 for a family ticket. Children under two go free.

      Opening Times

      Jurassic Kingdom at Wollaton Hall20 Oct 2018 – 4 Nov 2018
      Wednesday – Sunday10:00 – 06:00

      * When selecting tickets, you will be asked to select one of the hourly time slots from 10am to 5pm (Last entry). Once inside the event, visitors can stay as long as long as you dare.

    • Family Scream Park
      All day
      04/11/2018-04/11/2018
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK
      17 Melton Spinney Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1UZ, UK

      For the complete list of Firework Displays this weekend click here

       

      Twinlakes award winning UK’s No.1 Halloween day out for the whole family. Family Scream Park, a family friendly fangtastic blend of Halloween fun! We have over 20,000 FREE pumpkins for kids to carve or paint. Wicked workshops including children’s crafts. Children’s fancy-dress is optional but we love it when they do! Find the ghouls and ghosts in the mummy family Halloween hunt.

      NEW for 2018! Halloween Fun Awaits at Family Scream in Twinlakes Park with these new monstrously magical going on’s…

      Fruity the Witches Not-So-Scary trick or treat Witch Wagon! – The happiest haunted place on Earth. Step inside Fruity the Forgetful Witch’s Wagon, with Halloween inspired prizes, potions bubbling, cauldrons churning for an interactive and imagination filled experience. Don’t miss out on all the chills, thrills and fun, it’s a real spook-tacular experience to be had. Small charge of £2.99 per child applies, all children receive a small trick OR a treat before leaving the experience, families enjoy the experience together (adults admitted with children’s tickets), book online to guarantee your child’s trick or treat experience with Fruity. Children must be accompanied by an adult, photography is allowed so remember to share the scares! Located inside the park, see map for details.

    • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
      All day
      04/11/2018-08/11/2018
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

       

      For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

      2nd November – 8th November

      Friday 2nd November
      King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

      Saturday 3rd November
      They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
      Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

      Sunday 4th November
      Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
      First Man (12A) 4.00pm
      NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

      Monday 5th November
      First Man (12A) 6.00pm
      King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

      Tuesday 6th November
      First Man (12A) 2.00pm
      EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
      First Man (12A) 8.30pm

      Wednesday 7th November
      First Man (12A) 6.00pm
      King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

      Thursday 8th November
      They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
      Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
      First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    • Odeon Newark Sunday 4 Nov
      All day
      04/11/2018
      23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
      23 London Rd, Newark NG24 1TN, UK
      11:30
      14:30
      16:30
      17:30
      19:30
      20:30
      10:20
      13:00
      15:30
      18:00
      20:30
      18:30
      21:15
      11:00
      13:30
      16:00
    • Car Boot Sales | Every Sunday 6.30am onwards
      06:30 -13:00
      04/11/2018
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

      Car boot sales at Melton Market have been consistently on the increase and we now attract an average of over 100 cars, 40 vans and over 70 tables for the general public to view. With a fully concreted surface and first class facilities, Melton Market car boot sales is the best in the area, which is why it attracts thousands of people every Sunday.

      Car Boot Sales

      Every Sunday 8.30am onwards Stalls start closing at approximately 12:30pm
      (please note that on Bank Holiday weekends the car boot moves to the Monday).

      General admission costs 50p

      Mobile Chris Thomas 07771 611887, or 01664 784 714

    • Junior Park Run - Melton Mowbray
      09:00 -10:00
      04/11/2018
      83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK
      83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

      What is Melton Mowbray junior parkrun?

      It is a 2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). If you are not a junior please try one of our weekly Saturday parkrun events instead.

      When is it?

      It is held every Sunday at 9:00am.

      Where is it?

      The event takes place at Melton Country Park, Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1HX. See Course page for more details.

      What does it cost to join in?

      Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder).

      How fast do I have to be?

      The aim is to have fun. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

      We’re friendly!

      Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the Melton Mowbray Visitors Centre Café – please come and join us!

    • Handmade Bookbinding Notebook Making Workshop
      10:00 -15:00
      04/11/2018
      2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK
      2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

      Join us for a lovely relaxing afternoon making your own beautiful hardcover notebook. You will use lovely patterned papers to make a hardback cover for your notebook and then learn how to stitch together your book using Coptic stitching technique. This stitching technique allows the book to lay completely flat when open and is visible on the spine of the book, making an attractive feature.

      Handmade by you, you can put your notebook to good use and you will treasure forever. Use as a journal, small photo album or a gift for a friend. This is an opportunity to be creative, time for you to relax and try something new all in the beautiful setting of Nottinghamshire finest wine estates.

      All materials, tools and refreshments are included and by the end of your session you will have made a lovely binded notebook.

      Outline of your morning:-

      10.00 am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Michaela.

      Introduction to materials and tools.

      Select colours and learn the stiches

      11.30 pm Refreshments

      Continue where you left off

      1.00 pm Finish and depart with your notebook feeling relaxed

      Please note – all materials and refreshments including a snack are provided. Nothing to remember to bring, just yourself, it couldn’t be easier! So book now.

      About Michaela Bere
      Michaela, an exceptionally gifted and talented craftswomen who’s philosophy in life is to ‘live the life you image’. A Textile Artist who works mainly in Hand Embroidery and Book binding works with drawn to hand work, using few tools and follows in the footsteps of craftsmen and women who have been before her.

      A Fashion Design Graduate, she now favours hand stitching over machine and uses her hand stitching to make embroidered jewellery, hand bound books and embroidered sketches which she sells online and in shops. An excellent teacher of the craft Michaela has run and taught workshops for 10 years along with weekly stitch club in Lincoln.

      To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.

      For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, [email protected] or 01949 81393

    • Wedding Fair, Doddington Hall
      11:00 -15:00
      04/11/2018
      Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK
      Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

      SAVE THE DATE • We invite you along to the Doddington Hall Wedding Fair to meet an array of hand-picked wedding suppliers, from fantastic floristry, incredible photography and beautiful bridal wear.

      The exhibitor line up is simply packed full of inspirational, creative and highly recommended wedding suppliers from across the region.

      A chance for you to see the beautiful Coach House wedding venue as well as inside Doddington Hall itself. There will be a host of talented wedding suppliers to chat to about your wedding day requirements. From beautiful blooms to stylish stationery, they’ve got it all covered.

      There will also be an opportunity to meet with the Doddington Hall team, to discuss your wedding plans and the potential of having your dream day at Doddington Hall. The Farm Shop, Café, Country Clothing and Home Interiors Store will also be open for you to enjoy.

      Sunday 4 November 2018 | 11am-3pm | Free entry

      Follow the ticketing link to register for free

      For exhibitor enquiries please contact [email protected]

    • Dickies Roast Sunday
      13:00 -16:00
      04/11/2018
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

       

      Autumn is here and our Roast Sunday’s are back.
      Home grown veg from the market garden and amazing joints of meat from our butchery.
      A roast like you get at home but cooked for you in the beautiful Cow Shed Restaurant
      Booking Essential 01949 868733
      BYOB

    • Table Top & Clothing Sale - Long Clawson Village Hall
      14:00 -15:30
      04/11/2018
      5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK
      5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

       

      Loads of bargains, tea & cake etc

      50p entry (under 16s free)

      £10 per table / £5 half table

      To book a table or donate clothes please contact 07803 055935

      Clothing donations can be dropped off at the Village Hall from 12 midday on the day.

      All proceeds to Long Clawson School

       

       

    • Live Music in and around The Vale this Sunday!
      14:00 -20:00
      04/11/2018

      The Noels Arms: ‘Lil Jim and Hazel Scott’ 4pm

      ‘Lil Jim ‘Energetic, Scintillating, Dynamic, Irrepressible. Standing at 6’ 5”, Europe’s Best Accordion Player (According to Lil Jim who stands at 6’ 5” so who am I to argue 😉 lol). He makes a big Sound! Whether he’s playing International festival stages or laying it down in his hometown, audiences are always dazzled by his Brilliance.

      ‘Hazel Scott’ They say the best things come in small packages, hazel is proof of this! Her Guitar playing is formidable and solid as a rock, but her voice that’s what really sets her apart from the croud. Want to hear what I mean? Here’s a video of Hazel singing her haunting and soul-full version of Joleen recorded at The Noels Arms with ‘Lil Roosters” If that doesn’t make you fall in love with here voice, then music might not be right for you.

      The Geese and Fountain (Croxton Kerrial): ‘CJ Hatt’ 5pm

      It’s only the awesome Mr ‘C J Hatt’, making a very welcome return to the Geese and Fountain to blow us all away with his unique high-energy approach to be a one-man pub covers band. Not content with that, his own material is at least as good as any of the ‘famous’ stuff he can deliver with real style, and he’ll more than likely do requests as well.

      CJ Hatt repertoire ranges from old classics through to modern hits while keeping you guessing what’s coming next too! With such an extensive setlist CJ Hatt can accommodate most requests too so come along and get involved in what always proves to be a highly entertaining and high energy performance that sets CJ head and shoulders above other acoustic acts! Not to be missed!

      The Generous Briton (Genny B): Open Mic Hosted by Jonny and Reuben 7pm

      You never know who will turn up, there’s been some excellent music created at these Open Mic Nights. If you fancy a crack at it or just a pint listening to some nice songs, then Reuben and Jonny and Fionna will be there to accommodate your needs! They have a drum kit and also a host of other instruments, they’ll be down each week to play a few songs and encourage more musicians to get involved. Video Courtesy of Caroline Fleck Taylor Barrodell

       

      The Half Moon: ‘Charlie Grace’ 8pm

      It was a real pleasure to meet ‘Charlie Grace’ last time. With her Bubbly personality, funny quips and comments,She’s a most irreverent entertainer.  Performing music covers from the 60s to present day.  she has a great funny personality and is not to be missed.

    • Firework Fiesta 2018
      17:30 -21:00
      04/11/2018
      126 Bingham Rd, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham NG12 2GT, UK
      126 Bingham Rd, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham NG12 2GT, UK

      For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

       

      Tickets on sale from 1st October.

      Looking forward to welcoming you all to the Firework Fiesta.

       

      Appearing live on stage this year – Pesky Alligators! Get your tickets now from Pen 2 Paper, Burleys and local schools.

       

       

    • Annual Fireworks Display - Cropwell Bishop
      18:00 -22:00
      04/11/2018
      73 Nottingham Rd, Cropwell Bishop, Nottingham NG12 3BA, UK
      73 Nottingham Rd, Cropwell Bishop, Nottingham NG12 3BA, UK

      Lighting the beacon: 6.20pm
      Fireworks: 6.30pm

      Soup, mushy peas, hot dogs available.
      Memorial Hall playing field.
      FREE ENTRY

      Fireworks presented by 1st Galaxy Fireworks. All proceeds to Dove Cottage.

      For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

    • Firework Display at Langar Hall
      18:00 -21:00
      04/11/2018
      Langar Hall Stables, Church Ln, Langar, Nottingham NG13 9HG, UK
      Langar Hall Stables, Church Ln, Langar, Nottingham NG13 9HG, UK

       

      Langar Hall will be celebrating bonfire night on Sunday 4th November.

      Doors open from 6pm
      Food & Drink available to buy
      Firework display at 7.45pm
      everyone welcome.

      Adults £1 entry, Children free.

      For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

       

    • Disney's The Jungle Book Kids
      19:00
      04/11/2018-04/11/2018
      31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK
      31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

      Young Cast: ages 4-11

      Adapted from Disney’s beloved animated film and the works of Rudyard Kipling, the “man cub.” Mowgli, bounds through the jungle and learns what it means to be human.
      The jungle is jumpin’ with a jazzy beat in Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS. Specially adapted from the classic Disney animated film, Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS features a host of colorful characters and your favorite songs from the movie.

      Banished by the ferocious tiger, Shere Khan, a human boy named Mowgli and his panther friend, Bagheera, are on the run in the deepest parts of the jungle. On their journey, the two meet a sinister snake named Kaa, a herd of elephants and a giant bear named Baloo, who teaches them the swingin’ musical rhythms of the jungle. After surviving a dangerous encounter with a band of monkeys led by King Louie, Mowgli and Bagheera are forced to run for their lives. When Shere Khan returns, our heroes must rally their fellow animals into battle and restore peace throughout the jungle.

       

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  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    05/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    05/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
    All day
    05/11/2018-08/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    2nd November – 8th November

    Friday 2nd November
    King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Saturday 3rd November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
    Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Sunday 4th November
    Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
    First Man (12A) 4.00pm
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

    Monday 5th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Tuesday 6th November
    First Man (12A) 2.00pm
    EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
    First Man (12A) 8.30pm

    Wednesday 7th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Thursday 8th November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
    Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

  • Magical Lantern Walk, Oakham Castle
    16:15 -17:30
    05/11/2018

    1 Castle Ln, Oakham LE15 6DF, UK

    1 Castle Ln, Oakham LE15 6DF, UK

    Join the children of Rutland as they process through Oakham with warm glowing lanterns at dusk

    Starting outside Oakham All Saints’ Church (Church Road)
    Gather from 4.15pm – the procession begins 4.30pm

    Finishing at Oakham Castle (Market Place)
    Take in the grand scale of the Rutland Poppy Project’s 10,000 ceramic poppies displayed in the Castle grounds for the Armistice Day centenary. Enjoy a warm apple juice, hot chocolate from Cafe Allez who will be selling drinks to warm our hands – as we finish the evening and celebrate our Rutland community.

    This event is FREE to attend, please dress for the weather and bring your own lanterns (there is a lantern making workshop at Oakham Castle Nov 3).

    NB: 1. Any flames must be extinguished when entering the Castle gates. 2. You are responsible for your child/ren while attending the Magical Lantern Walk.

  • 2018 Bonfire – Nottingham
    18:00 -22:00
    05/11/2018

    15 Gregory Blvd, Nottingham NG7 6LB, UK

    15 Gregory Blvd, Nottingham NG7 6LB, UK

     

    Nottingham’s biggest bonfire event takes place every year at the Forest Recreation Ground. Along with the roaring bonfire, enjoy two spectacular fireworks shows, lots of food and drink, and fairground rides.

    FREE

    The main show kicks off at 9pm but if you’re coming with younger children, check out the earlier display at 7.15 pm and avoid the crowds!

    For more information, please click here

  • Vale of Belvoir Lions Bottesford Bonfire
    18:30 -20:00
    05/11/2018

    9 Rectory Ln, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0BJ, UK

    9 Rectory Ln, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0BJ, UK

    For the complete list of this weekend’s firework displays click here

    Our annual bonfire & fireworks event! Come down to the paddock just off Rectory Lane on the 5th of November, with the event kicking off at 6:15pm.

    Please note that the entrance off of Rectory Lane will be the ONLY entrance in & out of the event this year.

    See you there! 🎇🎇🎇

     

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  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    06/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
    All day
    06/11/2018-08/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    2nd November – 8th November

    Friday 2nd November
    King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Saturday 3rd November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
    Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Sunday 4th November
    Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
    First Man (12A) 4.00pm
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

    Monday 5th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Tuesday 6th November
    First Man (12A) 2.00pm
    EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
    First Man (12A) 8.30pm

    Wednesday 7th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Thursday 8th November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
    Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    06/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Tuesdays at Melton Mowbray Livestock Market
    08:00 -13:00
    06/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

     

    Head down to the Melton Mowbray Market on a Tuesday and you will find a vast variety of stalls, livestock, antiques and much more.

    Antiques

    The Antiques Fair has been building up from its small creation to what now must be the central buying and selling arena in Melton on Tuesdays with great atmosphere and enthusiasm.

    Anything can be picked up for a bargain from genuine antiques to future classic designs.

    The list of items usually available would be endless so here is a selection:

    Silver, brass, copper, glass, jewellery, postcards, small and medium sized furniture, cigarette cards, china, ceramics, tea services, and novelties.

    Livestock Market

    Also on Tuesdays is the traditional livestock market, including fur & feather, farmers market, plus poultry, pets, timber etc.
    There has been a livestock market on this site in Melton for over 1,000 years!

    Farmer’s Market

    Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

    The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportuninty for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product.

    Please read the information below, for a little insight into just some of our regular traders that we are thrilled to host twice a week providing stunning quality wares and ingredients to our customers:

    Feast and Furious

    At Feast and the Furious we smoke all sorts of foods over real wood and make delicious hot sauces to go with them!

    We cold smoke cheeses such as Stilton, Red Leicester, Cheddar, Halloumi, Brie and Mozzarella over oak, beech and applewood for example. We smoke nuts such as salted roasted peanuts which are really popular and a great snack item. We also smoke salted butter, salt, garlic and many other things that we are adding to the list over time.

    We also hot smoke beef brisket and pulled pork which we will sell portioned and packaged for you to enjoy at home and it’s what we normally serve on our food truck as well. We take our food truck to events, weddings and festivals and it is available for private hire events.

    Turners Quality Bakers

    Turners quality bakers produce a full range of traditional English bread and rolls as well as a fantastic evolving range of sour dough including spelt, rye, corn, Mediterranean and soda bread to name a few.

    Based at Cropwell bishop they have recently joined us in the Farmer’s market in one of our Units.

    1324 Espresso

    Beautiful brewed fresh coffee to drink in or take away ran by the wonderful Darryl and his wife Angela.

    Why 1324? It was the year Melton Mowbray Market got royal approval from King Edward 2nd. It was running for 300 years before that with tolls, so this Market has been in existence for over 1000 years, in fact it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

    Jenny’s Cuisine

    Home cooked Asian and Chinese food freshly prepared to eat on site or take away.

    Fair Game Foods

    Fair Game Foods invite you to come and try our famous Farmers Market succulent pork roast rolls. You can create your own Meat Feast with the selection of cooked meats that we have to offer. Professional, quality outside catering, with over 15 years’ experience, we seek to promote locally sourced ingredients. Customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority.

    Slightly Potty

    Slightly potty is a small business, dealing with every aspect of silk flowers. Whether an arrangement, loose flowers, a special occasion, or something in your own pot. I was awarded a Royal Warrant in 2009 by the Queen, and have provided silk flowers for most of the Royal Residences. I started in the Friday farmers market, about twelve years ago, and have remained faithful to this market ever since.

    19 Gales

    19gales Farmhouse foods is a family Business, which is run by the Hollingshead family, who are 3rd generation farmers. 19 Gales is located on a working farm just outside Atherstone in Warwickshire. The farm is 220 acres of a mixture of grass for grazing and growing cereals to feed our animals in the winter months. We pride ourselves on our outdoor herd of British Blue cattle. When visiting 19 Gales Farm you are able to see the cattle grazing outside and then visit our Bakery to see a Steak pie being baked in the oven. The complete chain from start to finish.

    Scarborough Fayre

    Scarborough fayre has been trading for 18 years, selling top quality fresh fish, shellfish and game in season. We pride ourselves on the products that we supply to both retail and catering customers. Our trademark is “Fish so fresh the next of kin have not yet been informed!!”

    Melton Cheeseboard

    We offer the widest range of cheeses in the county with over 150 different varieties to choose from, many of which are sourced locally from Leicestershire and the surrounding counties. We also stock some of the best cheeses that the UK has to offer, in addition to a wide variety of continental cheeses.

    Stilton is our speciality, and we are unique in sourcing our cheeses directly from Long Clawson Dairy, based just five miles outside Melton Mowbray and Cropwell Bishop Creamery, based just over the border into Nottinghamshire.

    Our Stilton is graded to our own specifications at the dairies, before being delivered to our shop, we can therefore guarantee the quality of our Stilton to ensure that you get the best possible cheese without exception.

    However, it’s not all about Stilton! The Melton Cheeseboard are the cheese specialists in Melton Mowbray with a host of other fantastic cheeses to offer, from local Leicester’s – so much better than the bland supermarket offerings – and other great British Farmhouse cheeses.  With a complimentary range of Continental cheeses there’s always a treat in store for the cheese lover.

    Grasmere Farm

    At Grasmere Farm quality, flavour, and tenderness are integral to our philosophy. We are passionate about providing you with affordable, delicious food that is hand crafted by our dedicated butchers and cooks. We combine the benefits of old fashioned farming methods and a blend of innovative yet traditional recipes, to satisfy today’s discerning food lovers. We aim to source all of the ingredients from the local area and try to minimise the use of packaging to limit our environmental impact.

    Grasmere Farm is proud of its reputation for delicious sausages. We are passionate about wholesome, affordable food that is well made and tastes good. From our traditional Lincolnshire Sausage seasoned with sage, to the unique flavour of Smoked Rutland Sausage, there is a sausage for every palate and mood.

    Robert Bowright Farmer & Butchers

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers was established over 30 years ago supplying quality British local meat to customers throughout the East Midlands. Sold mainly through our shops at Mansfield, Woodhouse, Chesterfield, Shirebrook and Bolsover. We also sell at Farmers Markets in Newark, Bingham, Retford and Melton Mowbray where we stand twice a week Tuesday and Fridays.

    All beef sold through the business is born, reared and fattened on our family farm at Warsop.

    Although business has been established over 30 years both the farming and butchers have changed and keep changing and you have to change with it!

    Handmade Mary

    Hand crafted Silver jewellery made by Mary and Karl. Beautiful Murano beads and sterling silver chains.

    Stones Dairy

    We are a small family dairy farm producing fresh milk, cream and butter.

    Braysby Farm

    Free range fresh eggs.

    Hollands Nursery

    Plants, flowers and hanging baskets. All grown at the Hollands nursery.

    Jason Wilson’s plants

    For all your garden needs.

    Opening Times 8am – 12.30pm, Traders allowed entry from 6am

    For more information, or to book a stall, please contact Annaleise Burrows, Stalls & Units Coordinator on 01664 784704

    Facebook

    Twitter @meltonlivestock

     

     

     

  • Melton Library: 1.15-2.15pm Singing Café
    13:15 -14:15
    06/11/2018

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    (This is a Singing Café for people with mental health challenges. Incuding Memory Loss and Dementia.

    In Public Holidays please check that the café is on!

    Singing is good for you so come along and enjoy singing and meeting new people. Refreshments will be served £3 per person voluntary donation. Accompanying Carers need to stay for the Café.

    This is run by WOW Church. Registered charity no: 1119209 135 Main Street Under Bardon LE67 9QT

     

  • Black Tuesday’s 50% off
    17:00 -23:00
    06/11/2018

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

    Every Tuesday This Year upto 50% OFF!!
    We invite you to try our Wonderful A La Carte Menu..
    Available 12-2.30pm / 6-9.30pm
    WHOLE MENU DISCOUNTED!

    Link To Menu: https://bit.ly/2JjorDO
    (menu changes seasonally, so check website)

    Website: http://www.tombrowns.co.uk

    Note: Black Tuesday Menu cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers!

  • On the Surface, We Smile – Melton Theatre
    19:00
    06/11/2018-07/11/2018

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

     

    On the Surface, We Smile

    Written by Joshua A Williams
    Directed by Joshua Williams & Lee Samuels
    Choreography by Hannah Castledine

    On the Surface, We Smile is about the perception of people around us and the lengths we will go to, to keep the truth hidden. Jackson and Lisa, two perfectly normal best friends, navigating life and relationships inspire the stories told by the other characters in the show. An honest look into the lives of everyone involved threatens to destroy the quiet indifference of life and forces the audience to ask; What are we really hiding behind a smile?

    After a successful two night run in 2017, JWilliams Theatre Productions brings to you a show about friendship, determination, despair and most of all secrets.

  • The Crown: Melton Folk Club (In the Tiger Room Upstairs) 7.30pm
    19:30 -22:30
    06/11/2018

    10 Burton St, Melton Mowbray LE13 1AE, UK

    10 Burton St, Melton Mowbray LE13 1AE, UK

    Melton Folk Club is held every Tuesday from 7.30pm to 10.30pm in the function room of the Crown Inn (The Tiger Room upstairs) – 10 Burton Street, Melton Mowbray. All are welcome. Hosted by Adrian Kerr

    If you can play fiddle or if you can’t play fiddle, if you can dance, if you can pole dance, if you like blues or hate blues, if you can tap your foot, if you can’t tap you’re foot, if you like a good laugh, if you like a bad laugh, if you are looking for something, if you think you’ve found something, if you like heavy metal, if you like light metal, if you think you can sing, if you think you can’t sing, if you can recite poems if you can’t recite poems, if you’re a doctor, if you’re not a doctor, if you’re ever so musical, if you’re ever so slightly musical, if you’re not in the slightest musical, if you like Dylan, if you hate Dylan, if you’ve got new shoes, if you’ve got old shoes, if you like beer, if you like a lot of beer, if you’re moody, if you’re broody, if you’re darn right choosey, if you’re the boss if you hate the boss, if you like eating nuts, if you are indeed a bit of a nut, if you like clapping, if you don’t clap or even if you want to sit and listen to some good music for a while…….you are most welcome. The Melton Folk Club, tonight and every Tuesday – 7.30 till 10.30 The Crown Inn, Burton Street, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire

    Adrian Kerr’s new Folk club page is here: https://www.facebook.com/meltonfolkclub/

  • An Evening with John Stirland
    19:30 -21:00
    06/11/2018

    15 Church Ln, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0EJ, UK

    15 Church Ln, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0EJ, UK

     

    As a gardening expert, John has been with BBC Radio Nottingham for over 30 years.

    He estimates that he has answered around 40,000 questions over the years.

    And along with fellow gardener Martin Fish, he has won the ‘Best Phone In’ Award at the Garden Writers Guild.

    Come & have your questions answered as well as hearing John talk about his experiences during his career in horticulture.

    St Mary’s Church, Bottesford, 19.30 Tuesday 6 November

    Tickets £3 from Hugh Spencer on 01949 844234 or 07748 948579

     

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  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    07/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    07/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
    All day
    07/11/2018-08/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    2nd November – 8th November

    Friday 2nd November
    King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Saturday 3rd November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
    Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Sunday 4th November
    Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
    First Man (12A) 4.00pm
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

    Monday 5th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Tuesday 6th November
    First Man (12A) 2.00pm
    EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
    First Man (12A) 8.30pm

    Wednesday 7th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Thursday 8th November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
    Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

  • Weekly Dementia-Friendly Swimming at Cotgrave Leisure Ctr
    13:00 -15:00
    07/11/2018

    2 Woodview, Cotgrave, Nottingham NG12 3PG, UK

    2 Woodview, Cotgrave, Nottingham NG12 3PG, UK

     

    Weekly dementia friendly swimming sessions are now available at Cotgrave Leisure Centre to help individuals and carers enjoy exercise in comfortable surroundings.

     

    From tomorrow (November 7), individuals, and families and friends who help sufferers can enjoy sessions every Wednesday from 1pm to 3pm.

     

    There is no need to book, just turn up and enjoy the session and to help launch the class, the first six weeks are free of charge for all attendees.

     

    The Dementia Swimming Project is part of Rushcliffe Borough Council’s and Lex Leisure’s wider health strategy with sessions designed to create a safe and friendly swimming environment.

     

    The classes are led by swimmers and carers with trained staff attending poolside to offer guidance and support to enjoy a gentle exercise and social session in the pool.

     

    Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Deputy Leader Cllr Debbie Mason explained just how many people could benefit from its introduction.

     

    She said: “Within Rushcliffe, approximately 1 per cent of our residents are living with dementia. As a Council we want to ensure they are supported with wellbeing opportunities wherever we can.

     

    “The benefits of swimming are well publicised both in terms of physical health and emotional wellbeing but it has also been shown to improve the quality of life of those living with dementia.

     

     

    There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with one in six over the age of 80 now having a form of the condition.

    There is also a monthly Dementia Support group at Dove Cottage Day Hospice.

    For more information on the Dementia Swimming Project visit www.swimming.org/dementiafriendly, contact Cotgrave Leisure Centre on 0115 989 2916 or email [email protected]

  • On the Surface, We Smile – Melton Theatre
    19:00
    07/11/2018-07/11/2018

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

    31-41 A6006, Melton Mowbray LE13 0HJ, UK

     

    On the Surface, We Smile

    Written by Joshua A Williams
    Directed by Joshua Williams & Lee Samuels
    Choreography by Hannah Castledine

    On the Surface, We Smile is about the perception of people around us and the lengths we will go to, to keep the truth hidden. Jackson and Lisa, two perfectly normal best friends, navigating life and relationships inspire the stories told by the other characters in the show. An honest look into the lives of everyone involved threatens to destroy the quiet indifference of life and forces the audience to ask; What are we really hiding behind a smile?

    After a successful two night run in 2017, JWilliams Theatre Productions brings to you a show about friendship, determination, despair and most of all secrets.

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  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    08/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    08/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Regal Cinema Listings 2-8 November
    All day
    08/11/2018-08/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    2nd November – 8th November

    Friday 2nd November
    King of Thieves (15) 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Saturday 3rd November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.30pm
    Funny Girl – The Musical (PG) 5.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

    Sunday 4th November
    Time Trial (18) 2.00pm
    First Man (12A) 4.00pm
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 7.30pm

    Monday 5th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Tuesday 6th November
    First Man (12A) 2.00pm
    EOS: Degas – Passion for Perfection 6.30pm
    First Man (12A) 8.30pm

    Wednesday 7th November
    First Man (12A) 6.00pm
    King of Thieves (15) 8.30pm

    Thursday 8th November
    They Shall Not Grow Old (15) 2.00pm
    Hymn: Sarah Brightman in Concert 6.00pm
    First Man (12A) 8.15pm

  • British Women v German Women ( [email protected] Meadow Lane)
    12:00 -14:00
    08/11/2018

    Meadow Lane Stadium, Meadow Lane, Nottingham NG2 3HJ, United Kingdom

    Meadow Lane Stadium, Meadow Lane, Nottingham NG2 3HJ, United Kingdom

     

    The uniting force of football will once again bring together the armies of Great Britain and Germany next month, as Nottinghamshire plays host to the Games of Remembrance on 8 November, part of commemorations to mark 100 years since the end of the Great War.

    Notts County’s Meadow Lane stadium will host a match between the British Army and German Army women’s teams at 12noon, with the men’s teams meeting at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground at 7pm.

  • AGB Christmas Event
    17:30 -20:00
    08/11/2018

    Unit 2, Riverbank Business Park Old Grantham Road, Whatton in the Vale NG13 9FX, United Kingdom

    Unit 2, Riverbank Business Park Old Grantham Road, Whatton in the Vale NG13 9FX, United Kingdom

    Complimentary 15 minute facials
    Make up by Emma
    Christmas Decorations by Georgina
    Homeware by Glovers Gifts
    Goody Bags
    Complimentary mince pies & mulled wine 
    Fashion by George & Dotty
    Clothes by Chic Boutique 

  • British Men v German Men Bundeswehr @ Meadow Lane)
    19:00 -21:00
    08/11/2018

    Meadow Lane Stadium, Meadow Lane, Nottingham NG2 3HJ, United Kingdom

    Meadow Lane Stadium, Meadow Lane, Nottingham NG2 3HJ, United Kingdom

     

    The uniting force of football will once again bring together the armies of Great Britain and Germany next month, as Nottinghamshire plays host to the Games of Remembrance on 8 November, part of commemorations to mark 100 years since the end of the Great War.

    Notts County’s Meadow Lane stadium will host a match between the British Army and German Army women’s teams at 12noon, with the men’s teams meeting at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground at 7pm.

    Contact [email protected] for further details.
    Tickets available from the club shop.

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  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    09/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    09/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Live Music this Weekend in Melton
    All day
    09/11/2018-10/11/2018

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

     

    FRIDAY 9th November

    The Blue Dog (Sewstern): ‘Lee Robertshaw’ 8pm

    ‘Lee Robertshaw’ Acoustic Soloist will be bringing a blend of classic rock, indie anthems, power ballads to the Blue Dog at Sewstern. The Eagles, Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, U2, Coldplay, Oasis, Snow Patrol, The Killers, James, Bryan Adams, REM, The Verve and many more are given the rock makeover that is Lee’s trademark sound. A great night is guaranteed!

     

    The Black Swan: ‘Flawed’ 9pm (Debut)

     

    The Noels Arms: ‘The Inspired’ 9pm

    ‘The Inspired’ return to the Noel’s Arms this Friday for the first time in 3 years! (since Lucy took a Maternity break). The Indie/Rock covers from artists such as Muse, Bon Jovi, Guns n Roses, Queen, Kansas, The Eagles & many more. It wouldn’t be an Inspired gig without some fun classics from Tenacious D, Electric 6, The Vapors and Rednex!

     

     The Generous Briton (Genny B): private Party

     

    The Grapes: Disco

    SATURDAY 10th November

    The Royal British Legion ‘Neil Timothy’

    The Generous Briton (Genny B) ‘Rubber Gun Squad’ 9.30pm

    ‘The Rubber Gun Squad’ are a quite new gang in town, played Melton before nut a while back now. They cover older and modern Indie, New Wave and Punk songs. We try to avoid the obvious so you won’t hear “Sex On Fire” or “Take Me Out” from us. We like to turn people on to music they might not have heard before such as The Pixies. The Band are Karl, Johno and Hec (ex Hoo Haas) and we can promise you some of the greatest tunes of the modern era. Hold tight and prepare to rock out and dance this Saturday night at the Genny.

     

    The Noels Arms: ‘Unforgiven’ 9.30pm

    ‘Unforgiven’ consist of three guys and a gal, Kieran, Andy, Paul and Wendy who play with gusto and enthusiasm delivering songs you might expect, songs you won’t expect and songs you will never forget. It’s rock, it’s roll, its funky blues and soul.

    Unforgiven has been rocking venues around the midlands for some years, and will soon be bringing their special Brand of Music to a Venue Near You. The four members of the band – Kieran, Paul, Andy and Wendy – have put together a great selection of music and play it with gusto and more than enough enthusiasm to get everyone up and dancing. If you like your music live and varied, want to sing along with your favourite songs, throw some moves and have a great time, this is definitely the band for you.

    Rock, pop, blues, funk – you name it, We will play it, all night, and rock audiences to the core.

    Lots of dancing to top notch music is the name of the game when Unforgiven are in town.

     

    The Grapes ‘Five2Four’ 10pm

    ‘Five2Four’ is a fun-loving 4-piece band specialising in Rock and Rock’n’Roll hits from the 1950s through to the 2000s (think Eddie Cochran through to The Stereophonics via The Rolling Stones, Bad Company and Oasis). According to Brendon Lewis, Hell Raiser’s drummer and spokes-person, “We love playing songs that people can remember from back in the day….with plenty of fun thrown in for good measure!” The line-up is Martin Berrington – Bass and Vocals, Tim Pollard – Guitar, Brendon Lewis – Drums and Vocals and John Kellow – Guitar and Vocals. Five2Four is based in Nottingham and can be found on Facebook @Five2FourBandOfficial

     

    The Black Swan: Disco 2020

     

    The Half Moon: Tiny Tony  and Karaoke

     

    SUNDAY-FUNDAY 4th November

    The Noels Arms: ‘Lil Jim and Hazel Scott’ 4pm

    ‘Lil Jim ‘Energetic, Scintillating, Dynamic, Irrepressible. Standing at 6’ 5”, Europe’s Best Accordion Player (According to Lil Jim who stands at 6’ 5” so who am I to argue   lol). He makes a big Sound! Whether he’s playing International festival stages or laying it down in his hometown, audiences are always dazzled by his Brilliance.

    ‘Hazel Scott’ They say the best things come in small packages, hazel is proof of this! Her Guitar playing is formidable and solid as a rock, but her voice that’s what really sets her apart from the croud. Want to hear what I mean? Here’s a video of Hazel singing her haunting and soul-full version of Joleen recorded at The Noels Arms with ‘Lil Roosters” If that doesn’t make you fall in love with here voice, then music might not be right for you.

    The Geese and Fountain (Croxton Kerrial): ‘CJ Hatt’ 5pm

    It’s only the awesome Mr ‘C J Hatt’, making a very welcome return to the Geese and Fountain to blow us all away with his unique high-energy approach to be a one-man pub covers band. Not content with that, his own material is at least as good as any of the ‘famous’ stuff he can deliver with real style, and he’ll more than likely do requests as well.

    CJ Hatt repertoire ranges from old classics through to modern hits while keeping you guessing what’s coming next too! With such an extensive setlist CJ Hatt can accommodate most requests too so come along and get involved in what always proves to be a highly entertaining and high energy performance that sets CJ head and shoulders above other acoustic acts! Not to be missed!

    The Generous Briton (Genny B): Open Mic Hosted by Jonny and Reuben 7pm

    You never know who will turn up, there’s been some excellent music created at these Open Mic Nights. If you fancy a crack at it or just a pint listening to some nice songs, then Reuben and Jonny and Fionna will be there to accommodate your needs! They have a drum kit and also a host of other instruments, they’ll be down each week to play a few songs and encourage more musicians to get involved. Video Courtesy of Caroline Fleck Taylor Barrodell

     

    The Half Moon: ‘Charlie Grace’ 8pm

    It was a real pleasure to meet ‘Charlie Grace’ last time. With her Bubbly personality, funny quips and comments,She’s a most irreverent entertainer.  Performing music covers from the 60s to present day.  she has a great funny personality and is not to be missed.

  • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
    All day
    09/11/2018-15/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    9th November – 15th November

    Friday 9th November
    A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.30pm

    Saturday 10th November
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.45pm

    Sunday 11th November
    Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
    Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

    Monday 12th November
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 13th November
    Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
    Cold War (15) 7.45pm

    Wednesday 14th November
    RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

    Thursday 15th November
    The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
    Venom (15) 6.00pm
    A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

  • Melton Mowbray Market – Farmers Market every Friday
    08:00 -14:00
    09/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Friday’s at Melton Market are well worth a visit, and of course if you can’t make Friday, there’s always the livestock market on a Tuesday.

    Free on-site parking and free admission.

     

    Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

    The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportunity for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product. Melton Mowbray Market are passionate about the Farm to Fork philosophy and welcome local producers of good quality meat and vegetables alike.

    Every Friday from 8am, lots of stalls with local produce; fruit, veg, meat fish and cheese.  Local craft stalls offering quality gifts, preserves and plants.  Bakery with fresh bread, and desserts stall.  Dickinson & Morris Pork Pies, local egg vendor, and lots more.

    We also host a bric a brac section, vendors can have a table £5 first table, £2.50 thereafter.

    Please read the information below, for a little insight into just some of our regular traders that we are thrilled to host twice a week providing stunning quality wares and ingredients to our customers:

     

    1324 Espresso

    Beautiful brewed fresh coffee to drink in or take away ran by the wonderful Darryl and his wife Angela.

    Why 1324? It was the year Melton Mowbray Market got royal approval from King Edward 2nd. It was running for 300 years before that with tolls, so this Market has been in existence for over 1000 years, in fact it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

     

    Jenny’s Cuisine

    Home cooked Asian and Chinese food freshly prepared to eat on site or take away.

     

    Cards by Marilyn

    Unique handmade cards for all occasions. Special orders by request.

     

    Fair Game Foods

    Fair Game Foods invite you to come and try our famous Farmers Market succulent pork roast rolls. You can create your own Meat Feast with the selection of cooked meats that we have to offer. Professional, quality outside catering, with over 15 years’ experience, we seek to promote locally sourced ingredients. Customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority.

     

    Slightly potty

    Slightly potty is a small business, dealing with every aspect of silk flowers. Whether an arrangement, loose flowers, a special occasion, or something in your own pot. I was awarded a Royal Warrant in 2009 by the Queen, and have provided silk flowers for most of the Royal Residences. I started in the Friday farmers market, about twelve years ago, and have remained faithful to this market ever since.

     

    Scarborough Fayre

    Scarborough fayre has been trading for 18 years, selling top quality fresh fish, shellfish and game in season. We pride ourselves on the products that we supply to both retail and catering customers. Our trademark is “Fish so fresh the next of kin have not yet been informed!!”

     

    Melton Cheeseboard

    We offer the widest range of cheeses in the county with over 150 different varieties to choose from, many of which are sourced locally from Leicestershire and the surrounding counties. We also stock some of the best cheeses that the UK has to offer, in addition to a wide variety of continental cheeses.

    Stilton is our speciality, and we are unique in sourcing our cheeses directly from Long Clawson Dairy, based just five miles outside Melton Mowbray and Cropwell Bishop Creamery, based just over the border into Nottinghamshire.

    Our Stilton is graded to our own specifications at the dairies, before being delivered to our shop, we can therefore guarantee the quality of our Stilton to ensure that you get the best possible cheese without exception.

    However, it’s not all about Stilton! The Melton Cheeseboard are the cheese specialists in Melton Mowbray with a host of other fantastic cheeses to offer, from local Leicester’s – so much better than the bland supermarket offerings – and other great British Farmhouse cheeses.  With a complimentary range of Continental cheeses there’s always a treat in store for the cheese lover.

     

    Hambleton Bakery

    In September 2008, Julian Carter and Tim Hart opened Hambleton Bakery to produce top quality traditionally made bread for Hambleton Hall and Hart’s Nottingham. In addition to a growing list of wholesale customers (pubs, restaurants, delis, etc.) the bakery now has retail outlets in Exton, Oakham, Market Harborough, West Bridgford, Melton Mowbray and Stamford.

    Initially the aim was to rediscover the taste of good bread. Not the taste of sugar, malt, cheese, onions, olives, sundried tomatoes, poppy seeds etc. etc., but the magical flavour that can be conjured from unadulterated organic flour, salt and water using the slow, traditional processes that made the bread that fed our ancestors.

     

    Grasmere Farm

    At Grasmere Farm quality, flavour, and tenderness are integral to our philosophy. We are passionate about providing you with affordable, delicious food that is hand crafted by our dedicated butchers and cooks. We combine the benefits of old fashioned farming methods and a blend of innovative yet traditional recipes, to satisfy today’s discerning food lovers. We aim to source all of the ingredients from the local area and try to minimise the use of packaging to limit our environmental impact.

    Grasmere Farm is proud of its reputation for delicious sausages. We are passionate about wholesome, affordable food that is well made and tastes good. From our traditional Lincolnshire Sausage seasoned with sage, to the unique flavour of Smoked Rutland Sausage, there is a sausage for every palate and mood.

     

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers was established over 30 years ago supplying quality British local meat to customers throughout the East Midlands. Sold mainly through our shops at Mansfield, Woodhouse, Chesterfield, Shirebrook and Bolsover. We also sell at Farmers Markets in Newark, Bingham, Retford and Melton Mowbray where we stand twice a week Tuesday and Fridays.

    All beef sold through the business is born, reared and fattened on our family farm at Warsop.

    Although business has been established over 30 years both the farming and butchers have changed and keep changing and you have to change with it!

     

    Bobbins

    Selling a range of homemade décor & crafts. Notice boards, bunting, peg bags, bird seed bags, doorstops & much more.

    Mrs Twells Eggs

    Fresh eggs.

    Kit & Kabudle

    Aloe vera products and cakes.

    Sharon’s Fruit & Veg

    Fresh locally grown fruit & vegetables.

    WI 

    A great range of hand-made children’s knitwear.

    John’s Plants

    A great range of plants for indoor & outside. Including hanging baskets and

     

     

     

     

    Opening Times 8am – 2pm, Traders allowed entry from 6am

    For more information please contact Annaleise Burrows on 01664 784 704 or email her on [email protected]

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  • Dementia Support Group
  • Allington Community Choir – Remember Me!
    15:00 -15:45
    09/11/2018

    Cairn House, Side St, Allington, Grantham NG32 2DZ, UK

    Cairn House, Side St, Allington, Grantham NG32 2DZ, UK

     

    Allington Community Choir will be singing songs and doing reading from World War 1 and 2 on Friday 9th November between 3.00 and 3.45pm in appreciation of those who served during these conflicts in whatever capacity. It will be held in Allington Village Hall, admission free, . Please come along and support them, we will be collecting for the Royal British Legion.

  • Dickie’s (not so) Secret Steak Club
    18:00 -21:00
    09/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    A Dickies favourite…..

    Bring your loved ones, Choose your steak from Dickies amazing array of wonderful 42 day aged steaks….all served with fries, salad and choice of sauces. Experience how Beef should taste!
    Our steak nights will be every Friday but please book to avoid disappointment.

    Remember to BYOB

    To book call us on 01949 869733
    LIMITED AVAILABILITY

     

     

  • Joules Seconds Sale, Long Clawson VCH
    19:00 -21:00
    09/11/2018

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

    The Joules Seconds Sale is back, just in time for your Christmas shopping! Sally and her team bring you as always the best handpicked Joules seconds and samples with up to 70% off! As well as accepting debit and credit cards theres a speedy ‘cash only ” till. Entrance is £5 on the door ( no ticket required ) and will all proceeds go to the charities Long Clawson Village Hall and Recreation Ground and 2 local children charities, helping children and families coping with cancer and based at QMC hospital,Nottingham..CLIC Sargent and PASIC Charity

  • Concert of Remembrance, Farnsfield
    19:00 -21:00
    09/11/2018

    39 Ridgeway Cl, Farnsfield, Newark NG22 8DT, UK

    39 Ridgeway Cl, Farnsfield, Newark NG22 8DT, UK

     

    There is a Concert of Remembrance at St Michael’s Church on Friday 9 November at 7pm. Tickets £5 all welcome.

    Rememberence Day events

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
    All day
    10/11/2018-15/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    9th November – 15th November

    Friday 9th November
    A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.30pm

    Saturday 10th November
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.45pm

    Sunday 11th November
    Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
    Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

    Monday 12th November
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 13th November
    Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
    Cold War (15) 7.45pm

    Wednesday 14th November
    RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

    Thursday 15th November
    The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
    Venom (15) 6.00pm
    A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

  • Nottingham Comedy Festival
    All day
    10/11/2018-10/11/2018

    Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

     

    This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

    Line up

     

    Venues

     

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    10/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Live Music this Weekend in Melton
    All day
    10/11/2018-10/11/2018

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

     

    FRIDAY 9th November

    The Blue Dog (Sewstern): ‘Lee Robertshaw’ 8pm

    ‘Lee Robertshaw’ Acoustic Soloist will be bringing a blend of classic rock, indie anthems, power ballads to the Blue Dog at Sewstern. The Eagles, Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, U2, Coldplay, Oasis, Snow Patrol, The Killers, James, Bryan Adams, REM, The Verve and many more are given the rock makeover that is Lee’s trademark sound. A great night is guaranteed!

     

    The Black Swan: ‘Flawed’ 9pm (Debut)

     

    The Noels Arms: ‘The Inspired’ 9pm

    ‘The Inspired’ return to the Noel’s Arms this Friday for the first time in 3 years! (since Lucy took a Maternity break). The Indie/Rock covers from artists such as Muse, Bon Jovi, Guns n Roses, Queen, Kansas, The Eagles & many more. It wouldn’t be an Inspired gig without some fun classics from Tenacious D, Electric 6, The Vapors and Rednex!

     

     The Generous Briton (Genny B): private Party

     

    The Grapes: Disco

    SATURDAY 10th November

    The Royal British Legion ‘Neil Timothy’

    The Generous Briton (Genny B) ‘Rubber Gun Squad’ 9.30pm

    ‘The Rubber Gun Squad’ are a quite new gang in town, played Melton before nut a while back now. They cover older and modern Indie, New Wave and Punk songs. We try to avoid the obvious so you won’t hear “Sex On Fire” or “Take Me Out” from us. We like to turn people on to music they might not have heard before such as The Pixies. The Band are Karl, Johno and Hec (ex Hoo Haas) and we can promise you some of the greatest tunes of the modern era. Hold tight and prepare to rock out and dance this Saturday night at the Genny.

     

    The Noels Arms: ‘Unforgiven’ 9.30pm

    ‘Unforgiven’ consist of three guys and a gal, Kieran, Andy, Paul and Wendy who play with gusto and enthusiasm delivering songs you might expect, songs you won’t expect and songs you will never forget. It’s rock, it’s roll, its funky blues and soul.

    Unforgiven has been rocking venues around the midlands for some years, and will soon be bringing their special Brand of Music to a Venue Near You. The four members of the band – Kieran, Paul, Andy and Wendy – have put together a great selection of music and play it with gusto and more than enough enthusiasm to get everyone up and dancing. If you like your music live and varied, want to sing along with your favourite songs, throw some moves and have a great time, this is definitely the band for you.

    Rock, pop, blues, funk – you name it, We will play it, all night, and rock audiences to the core.

    Lots of dancing to top notch music is the name of the game when Unforgiven are in town.

     

    The Grapes ‘Five2Four’ 10pm

    ‘Five2Four’ is a fun-loving 4-piece band specialising in Rock and Rock’n’Roll hits from the 1950s through to the 2000s (think Eddie Cochran through to The Stereophonics via The Rolling Stones, Bad Company and Oasis). According to Brendon Lewis, Hell Raiser’s drummer and spokes-person, “We love playing songs that people can remember from back in the day….with plenty of fun thrown in for good measure!” The line-up is Martin Berrington – Bass and Vocals, Tim Pollard – Guitar, Brendon Lewis – Drums and Vocals and John Kellow – Guitar and Vocals. Five2Four is based in Nottingham and can be found on Facebook @Five2FourBandOfficial

     

    The Black Swan: Disco 2020

     

    The Half Moon: Tiny Tony  and Karaoke

     

    SUNDAY-FUNDAY 4th November

    The Noels Arms: ‘Lil Jim and Hazel Scott’ 4pm

    ‘Lil Jim ‘Energetic, Scintillating, Dynamic, Irrepressible. Standing at 6’ 5”, Europe’s Best Accordion Player (According to Lil Jim who stands at 6’ 5” so who am I to argue   lol). He makes a big Sound! Whether he’s playing International festival stages or laying it down in his hometown, audiences are always dazzled by his Brilliance.

    ‘Hazel Scott’ They say the best things come in small packages, hazel is proof of this! Her Guitar playing is formidable and solid as a rock, but her voice that’s what really sets her apart from the croud. Want to hear what I mean? Here’s a video of Hazel singing her haunting and soul-full version of Joleen recorded at The Noels Arms with ‘Lil Roosters” If that doesn’t make you fall in love with here voice, then music might not be right for you.

    The Geese and Fountain (Croxton Kerrial): ‘CJ Hatt’ 5pm

    It’s only the awesome Mr ‘C J Hatt’, making a very welcome return to the Geese and Fountain to blow us all away with his unique high-energy approach to be a one-man pub covers band. Not content with that, his own material is at least as good as any of the ‘famous’ stuff he can deliver with real style, and he’ll more than likely do requests as well.

    CJ Hatt repertoire ranges from old classics through to modern hits while keeping you guessing what’s coming next too! With such an extensive setlist CJ Hatt can accommodate most requests too so come along and get involved in what always proves to be a highly entertaining and high energy performance that sets CJ head and shoulders above other acoustic acts! Not to be missed!

    The Generous Briton (Genny B): Open Mic Hosted by Jonny and Reuben 7pm

    You never know who will turn up, there’s been some excellent music created at these Open Mic Nights. If you fancy a crack at it or just a pint listening to some nice songs, then Reuben and Jonny and Fionna will be there to accommodate your needs! They have a drum kit and also a host of other instruments, they’ll be down each week to play a few songs and encourage more musicians to get involved. Video Courtesy of Caroline Fleck Taylor Barrodell

     

    The Half Moon: ‘Charlie Grace’ 8pm

    It was a real pleasure to meet ‘Charlie Grace’ last time. With her Bubbly personality, funny quips and comments,She’s a most irreverent entertainer.  Performing music covers from the 60s to present day.  she has a great funny personality and is not to be missed.

  • Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage Show
    08:00 -15:45
    10/11/2018

    Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

    Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

     

    Simply put this is the largest vintage tractor show in Europe

  • Handmade with Love – Newark Showground
    09:00 -17:00
    10/11/2018

    Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

    Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

     

     

    Handmade with Love Christmas Craft & Gift Market – Vintage Tractor and Heritage Show

    50+ wonderful high quality designer makers, artisans and craftspeople exhibiting their work to the public within our Christmas Market.

    Invited by the organisers of the popular Vintage Tractor and Heritage Show at The Newark Showground we are delighted to be there offering the crowds some unique Christmas gift ideas.

  • Local Park Run Info
    09:00 -10:00
    10/11/2018

    Park Runs are weekly 5k events for every ability – many are also dog friendly. It’s a great way to keep fit with the whole family.

    Park Runs start promptly at 9am, and are timed each week so you can track your performance!!

    Registration online prior to the event is necessary if you want to receive a time.

     

    There are several Park Runs within a short drive of the Vale of Belvoir.

    Belton House
    Sconce & Devon Park, Newark on Trent
    Melton Park
    Rushcliffe County Park
    Rutland Water

     

  • Winter Craft Fair – Doddington Hall
    10:00 -16:00
    10/11/2018-11/11/2018

    Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

    Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

     

    Join us for our popular Winter Craft Fair and find unique and inspirational seasonal gifts or treat yourself to something beautiful.

    A chance to discover a carefully-chosen selection of talented local crafters and makers, all presenting their own work in our Coach House venue. The exhibitors represent the best of local traditional and contemporary handmade skills and will be happy to chat with you and explain their skills.

    Be sure to bring your Christmas shopping list plus make time to visit our shops and enjoy tea and cake or lunch in one of our cafes!

    Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 November, 10am – 5pm (Sunday 4pm).
    Admission £1 pp. Under 16s free of charge.

    Please pay on the door – advance tickets are not available for this event.

    One set of crafters for both days. A full list of participating crafters and makers will be posted nearer the time.

    Please note that this event is now fully booked for stallholders.

  • Hand Embroidered Necklace Workshop
    10:00 -15:00
    10/11/2018

    2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

    2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

    Hand Embroidered Necklace Workshop

    Saturday 10th November| 10.00am to 3.30pm

    Spend your day making something beautiful and unique at this one of a kind, hand embroidered necklace workshop. Working in our cosy craft barn take time to relax, admiring the beautiful views of Nottinghamshire rolling countryside. Treat yourself to a hand embroidered necklace to match your favourite outfit or treat a friend with a handmade gift for Christmas. Our expert tutor Michaela will guide you through step by step and assist you to in tailor making your piece of jewellery to suite you. Choose from a range of styles and stiches including battlement couching (as shown in image), simple florals or a more abstract design. You will learn the stitches needed for your chosen design and how to mount you mini embroidery into a pendant fixing. Finish your piece off by covering and decorating the perfect presentation box for your new necklace.

    Ideal for complete beginners, no experience or skill required.

    What you will learn:

    A selection of stitches to choose from to customise your necklace
    How to mount your embroidery into a pendant fixing
    The art of decorating your presentation box
    What you will get:

    All tools and materials for the job (hoop, needle and threads) are provided and you can take them home to continue your newly learn skills.
    Refreshments served to you throughout the day with snacks, 2 course homemade lunch served with a glass of local wine.
    By the end of the day you will have completed you own beautiful necklace pendant including chain ready to wear.
    Outline of your day

    10.00 am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Michaela.

    Introduction to materials and tools.

    Select colours and design, learn the stiches

    11.30am Refreshments served to you

    Continue working of you creation

    12.30 pm Enjoy a 2 course handmade lunch served with a glass of local wine

    1.30pm Continue where you left off

    Personalise and decorate your presentation box

    3.30pm Finish your day with a beautiful hand crafted necklace

    Please note – all materials and refreshments including a snack are provided. Nothing to remember to bring, just yourself, it couldn’t be easier! So book now.

    About Michaela Bere your tutor
    Michaela is an exceptionally gifted and talented craftswoman whose philosophy in life is to ‘live the life you imagine’. A Textile Artist who works mainly in Hand Embroidery and Book binding, she is drawn to hand work, using few tools.

    A Fashion Design Graduate, Michaela now favours hand stitching over machine to make embroidered jewellery, hand-bound books and embroidered sketches, which she sells online and in shops. An excellent teacher of the craft, Michaela has run and taught workshops for 10 years along with weekly stitch clubs in Lincoln.

    To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.

    For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, [email protected] or 01949 81393.

  • Orston Annual Bonfire
    17:30 -20:00
    10/11/2018

    Spa Ln, Nottingham NG13, UK

    Spa Ln, Nottingham NG13, UK

    Orston Playground Association Annual Bonfire 2018

    Venue: The Field, Spa Lane, Orston (opposite recreation ground)

    The Orston Playground Association is hosting the annual bonfire celebrations again this year.

    A torchlight procession will start at 5.30pm from the Village Hall with the bonfire being lit around 6.15pm. There will be a licenced bar, BBQ and much more for all to enjoy.

    Parking is available in the Village Hall car park and at the Recreation Ground just opposite the bonfire.

    Tickets are £3 for Adults and £2 for children if you buy in advance.

    All proceeds go towards the upkeep of the playground equipment in the school grounds so we hope you will come along, support the PGA and enjoy the evening.

    Shelter Available – Licensed Bar & BBQ

     

  • Farm Dining – Dickie’s Farm Dining
    18:00 -22:00
    10/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    Here at Dickies we are very excited about our Farm Dining events.

    We will be showcasing some of the most amazing fresh and local ingredients in the area.

    There will be a choice of starters, mains and desserts to choose from the menu will follow so keep your eyes peeled.

    BYOB

    Food served 6pm-9pm

    To book or for more information call us on 01949 869733

     

    So what is Farm Dining at Dickies?

    It’s our take on a fine dining experience without any of the pomp or ceremony of stuffy restaurants.

    We are offering a choice menu every Saturday night of amazing locally sourced ingredients cooked to perfection by our chefs.

    Our prices are very reasonable and it is bring your own alcohol so it is a very affordable way to eat out. Treat yourselves to wonderful, imaginative food in the fantastic, laid back atmosphere of the Cow Shed Restaurant.

    Give it a go this Saturday evening and let us impress you! Book Now to avoid disappointment. 01949 869733

  • St Mary’s Church Nottingham, Verdi’s Requiem
    19:30 -21:00
    10/11/2018

    40 High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN, UK

    40 High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN, UK

    On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of 11 November 1918 the Choir of St. Mary’s Church, Nottingham, with the Orchestra of the Restoration mark this historic event with a performance of Verdi’s Requiem on Saturday 10 November 7:30pm.
    In 1873 the Italian poet, novelist and national hero Alessandro Manzoni died. Verdi had been a lifelong admirer and was deeply affected by his death. He decided to write a Requiem in Manzoni’s memory, and began by re-working the Libera me which he had composed five years earlier.
    Though it is Verdi’s only large-scale work not intended for the stage, the Requiem is unashamedly theatrical in style, with passages of great tenderness and simplicity contrasting with intensely dramatic sections. Writing at the time, the eminent conductor and pianist Hans von Bülow aptly described it as ‘Verdi’s latest opera, in church vestments’
    St Mary’s Church in Nottingham
    © westbridgfordwire.com
    The first performance of the Messa di Requiem took place on 22nd May 1874, the first anniversary of Manzoni’s death, in St. Mark’s Church, Milan. Special permission had to be obtained from the Archbishop for the inclusion of the female choristers, who were hidden behind a screen and clad in full-length black dresses and mourning veils.
    Though it was a successful performance, the restrained circumstances and prohibition against applause produced a somewhat muted reaction. In contrast, the second performance three days later, at La Scala Opera House, was received by the capacity crowd with tumultuous enthusiasm. The Requiem became an overnight sensation, and was equally ecstatically received at the many European performances that soon followed.
    Its British premiere took place in May 1875 at the Albert Hall, conducted by Verdi himself, with a chorus of over 1000 and an orchestra of 140. One journalist described the work as ‘the most beautiful music for the church that has been produced since the Requiem of Mozart’.
    For the performance in St Mary’s Church in Nottingham’s Lace Market, the church’s regular choir will be bolstered by former members to create a larger chorus. Joined by the church’s resident orchestra, the concert will be conducted by director of music, John Keys.
    Soloists include Elisabeth Meister (soprano) and Bozidar Smiljanic (bass-baritone) both of whom are former choristers who have gone on to pursue professional singing careers.
    Katie Stevenson mezzo-soprano Keith Halliday tenor are also soloists.
    Tickets  (£15 – £13 concessions). are available from  Tickets:
  • More events
    • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
      All day
      10/11/2018-15/11/2018
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

       

      For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

      9th November – 15th November

      Friday 9th November
      A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
      Venom (15) 8.30pm

      Saturday 10th November
      NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
      Venom (15) 8.45pm

      Sunday 11th November
      Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
      Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

      Monday 12th November
      The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

      Tuesday 13th November
      Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
      Cold War (15) 7.45pm

      Wednesday 14th November
      RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

      Thursday 15th November
      The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
      Venom (15) 6.00pm
      A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

    • Nottingham Comedy Festival
      All day
      10/11/2018-10/11/2018

      Welcome to the 10th Annual Nottingham Comedy Festival. Featuring over 70 acts including stand-up, improvisation, sketch, musical, alternative and everything in between.

       

      This year we are very proud to be showcasing such a variety of talent and many returning artists.

      Line up

       

      Venues

       

    • World War Centenary Rememberance - Bingham
      All day
      10/11/2018-11/11/2018
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

      How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

      October 1st – November 10th
      • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
      • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
      • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
      Wednesday November 7th
      • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
      Thursday November 8th
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      Friday November 9th
      • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
      Saturday November 10th
      • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
      • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
      Sunday November 11th
      • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
      • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

      Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

    • Live Music this Weekend in Melton
      All day
      10/11/2018-10/11/2018
      1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK
      1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

       

      FRIDAY 9th November

      The Blue Dog (Sewstern): ‘Lee Robertshaw’ 8pm

      ‘Lee Robertshaw’ Acoustic Soloist will be bringing a blend of classic rock, indie anthems, power ballads to the Blue Dog at Sewstern. The Eagles, Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, U2, Coldplay, Oasis, Snow Patrol, The Killers, James, Bryan Adams, REM, The Verve and many more are given the rock makeover that is Lee’s trademark sound. A great night is guaranteed!

       

      The Black Swan: ‘Flawed’ 9pm (Debut)

       

      The Noels Arms: ‘The Inspired’ 9pm

      ‘The Inspired’ return to the Noel’s Arms this Friday for the first time in 3 years! (since Lucy took a Maternity break). The Indie/Rock covers from artists such as Muse, Bon Jovi, Guns n Roses, Queen, Kansas, The Eagles & many more. It wouldn’t be an Inspired gig without some fun classics from Tenacious D, Electric 6, The Vapors and Rednex!

       

       The Generous Briton (Genny B): private Party

       

      The Grapes: Disco

      SATURDAY 10th November

      The Royal British Legion ‘Neil Timothy’

      The Generous Briton (Genny B) ‘Rubber Gun Squad’ 9.30pm

      ‘The Rubber Gun Squad’ are a quite new gang in town, played Melton before nut a while back now. They cover older and modern Indie, New Wave and Punk songs. We try to avoid the obvious so you won’t hear “Sex On Fire” or “Take Me Out” from us. We like to turn people on to music they might not have heard before such as The Pixies. The Band are Karl, Johno and Hec (ex Hoo Haas) and we can promise you some of the greatest tunes of the modern era. Hold tight and prepare to rock out and dance this Saturday night at the Genny.

       

      The Noels Arms: ‘Unforgiven’ 9.30pm

      ‘Unforgiven’ consist of three guys and a gal, Kieran, Andy, Paul and Wendy who play with gusto and enthusiasm delivering songs you might expect, songs you won’t expect and songs you will never forget. It’s rock, it’s roll, its funky blues and soul.

      Unforgiven has been rocking venues around the midlands for some years, and will soon be bringing their special Brand of Music to a Venue Near You. The four members of the band – Kieran, Paul, Andy and Wendy – have put together a great selection of music and play it with gusto and more than enough enthusiasm to get everyone up and dancing. If you like your music live and varied, want to sing along with your favourite songs, throw some moves and have a great time, this is definitely the band for you.

      Rock, pop, blues, funk – you name it, We will play it, all night, and rock audiences to the core.

      Lots of dancing to top notch music is the name of the game when Unforgiven are in town.

       

      The Grapes ‘Five2Four’ 10pm

      ‘Five2Four’ is a fun-loving 4-piece band specialising in Rock and Rock’n’Roll hits from the 1950s through to the 2000s (think Eddie Cochran through to The Stereophonics via The Rolling Stones, Bad Company and Oasis). According to Brendon Lewis, Hell Raiser’s drummer and spokes-person, “We love playing songs that people can remember from back in the day….with plenty of fun thrown in for good measure!” The line-up is Martin Berrington – Bass and Vocals, Tim Pollard – Guitar, Brendon Lewis – Drums and Vocals and John Kellow – Guitar and Vocals. Five2Four is based in Nottingham and can be found on Facebook @Five2FourBandOfficial

       

      The Black Swan: Disco 2020

       

      The Half Moon: Tiny Tony  and Karaoke

       

      SUNDAY-FUNDAY 4th November

      The Noels Arms: ‘Lil Jim and Hazel Scott’ 4pm

      ‘Lil Jim ‘Energetic, Scintillating, Dynamic, Irrepressible. Standing at 6’ 5”, Europe’s Best Accordion Player (According to Lil Jim who stands at 6’ 5” so who am I to argue   lol). He makes a big Sound! Whether he’s playing International festival stages or laying it down in his hometown, audiences are always dazzled by his Brilliance.

      ‘Hazel Scott’ They say the best things come in small packages, hazel is proof of this! Her Guitar playing is formidable and solid as a rock, but her voice that’s what really sets her apart from the croud. Want to hear what I mean? Here’s a video of Hazel singing her haunting and soul-full version of Joleen recorded at The Noels Arms with ‘Lil Roosters” If that doesn’t make you fall in love with here voice, then music might not be right for you.

      The Geese and Fountain (Croxton Kerrial): ‘CJ Hatt’ 5pm

      It’s only the awesome Mr ‘C J Hatt’, making a very welcome return to the Geese and Fountain to blow us all away with his unique high-energy approach to be a one-man pub covers band. Not content with that, his own material is at least as good as any of the ‘famous’ stuff he can deliver with real style, and he’ll more than likely do requests as well.

      CJ Hatt repertoire ranges from old classics through to modern hits while keeping you guessing what’s coming next too! With such an extensive setlist CJ Hatt can accommodate most requests too so come along and get involved in what always proves to be a highly entertaining and high energy performance that sets CJ head and shoulders above other acoustic acts! Not to be missed!

      The Generous Briton (Genny B): Open Mic Hosted by Jonny and Reuben 7pm

      You never know who will turn up, there’s been some excellent music created at these Open Mic Nights. If you fancy a crack at it or just a pint listening to some nice songs, then Reuben and Jonny and Fionna will be there to accommodate your needs! They have a drum kit and also a host of other instruments, they’ll be down each week to play a few songs and encourage more musicians to get involved. Video Courtesy of Caroline Fleck Taylor Barrodell

       

      The Half Moon: ‘Charlie Grace’ 8pm

      It was a real pleasure to meet ‘Charlie Grace’ last time. With her Bubbly personality, funny quips and comments,She’s a most irreverent entertainer.  Performing music covers from the 60s to present day.  she has a great funny personality and is not to be missed.

    • Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage Show
      08:00 -15:45
      10/11/2018
      Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK
      Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

       

      Simply put this is the largest vintage tractor show in Europe

    • Handmade with Love - Newark Showground
      09:00 -17:00
      10/11/2018
      Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK
      Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

       

       

      Handmade with Love Christmas Craft & Gift Market – Vintage Tractor and Heritage Show

      50+ wonderful high quality designer makers, artisans and craftspeople exhibiting their work to the public within our Christmas Market.

      Invited by the organisers of the popular Vintage Tractor and Heritage Show at The Newark Showground we are delighted to be there offering the crowds some unique Christmas gift ideas.

    • Local Park Run Info
      09:00 -10:00
      10/11/2018

      Park Runs are weekly 5k events for every ability – many are also dog friendly. It’s a great way to keep fit with the whole family.

      Park Runs start promptly at 9am, and are timed each week so you can track your performance!!

      Registration online prior to the event is necessary if you want to receive a time.

       

      There are several Park Runs within a short drive of the Vale of Belvoir.

      Belton House
      Sconce & Devon Park, Newark on Trent
      Melton Park
      Rushcliffe County Park
      Rutland Water

       

    • Winter Craft Fair - Doddington Hall
      10:00 -16:00
      10/11/2018-11/11/2018
      Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK
      Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

       

      Join us for our popular Winter Craft Fair and find unique and inspirational seasonal gifts or treat yourself to something beautiful.

      A chance to discover a carefully-chosen selection of talented local crafters and makers, all presenting their own work in our Coach House venue. The exhibitors represent the best of local traditional and contemporary handmade skills and will be happy to chat with you and explain their skills.

      Be sure to bring your Christmas shopping list plus make time to visit our shops and enjoy tea and cake or lunch in one of our cafes!

      Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 November, 10am – 5pm (Sunday 4pm).
      Admission £1 pp. Under 16s free of charge.

      Please pay on the door – advance tickets are not available for this event.

      One set of crafters for both days. A full list of participating crafters and makers will be posted nearer the time.

      Please note that this event is now fully booked for stallholders.

    • Hand Embroidered Necklace Workshop
      10:00 -15:00
      10/11/2018
      2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK
      2 Melton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE14 3QG, UK

      Hand Embroidered Necklace Workshop

      Saturday 10th November| 10.00am to 3.30pm

      Spend your day making something beautiful and unique at this one of a kind, hand embroidered necklace workshop. Working in our cosy craft barn take time to relax, admiring the beautiful views of Nottinghamshire rolling countryside. Treat yourself to a hand embroidered necklace to match your favourite outfit or treat a friend with a handmade gift for Christmas. Our expert tutor Michaela will guide you through step by step and assist you to in tailor making your piece of jewellery to suite you. Choose from a range of styles and stiches including battlement couching (as shown in image), simple florals or a more abstract design. You will learn the stitches needed for your chosen design and how to mount you mini embroidery into a pendant fixing. Finish your piece off by covering and decorating the perfect presentation box for your new necklace.

      Ideal for complete beginners, no experience or skill required.

      What you will learn:

      A selection of stitches to choose from to customise your necklace
      How to mount your embroidery into a pendant fixing
      The art of decorating your presentation box
      What you will get:

      All tools and materials for the job (hoop, needle and threads) are provided and you can take them home to continue your newly learn skills.
      Refreshments served to you throughout the day with snacks, 2 course homemade lunch served with a glass of local wine.
      By the end of the day you will have completed you own beautiful necklace pendant including chain ready to wear.
      Outline of your day

      10.00 am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Michaela.

      Introduction to materials and tools.

      Select colours and design, learn the stiches

      11.30am Refreshments served to you

      Continue working of you creation

      12.30 pm Enjoy a 2 course handmade lunch served with a glass of local wine

      1.30pm Continue where you left off

      Personalise and decorate your presentation box

      3.30pm Finish your day with a beautiful hand crafted necklace

      Please note – all materials and refreshments including a snack are provided. Nothing to remember to bring, just yourself, it couldn’t be easier! So book now.

      About Michaela Bere your tutor
      Michaela is an exceptionally gifted and talented craftswoman whose philosophy in life is to ‘live the life you imagine’. A Textile Artist who works mainly in Hand Embroidery and Book binding, she is drawn to hand work, using few tools.

      A Fashion Design Graduate, Michaela now favours hand stitching over machine to make embroidered jewellery, hand-bound books and embroidered sketches, which she sells online and in shops. An excellent teacher of the craft, Michaela has run and taught workshops for 10 years along with weekly stitch clubs in Lincoln.

      To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.

      For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, [email protected] or 01949 81393.

    • Orston Annual Bonfire
      17:30 -20:00
      10/11/2018
      Spa Ln, Nottingham NG13, UK
      Spa Ln, Nottingham NG13, UK

      Orston Playground Association Annual Bonfire 2018

      Venue: The Field, Spa Lane, Orston (opposite recreation ground)

      The Orston Playground Association is hosting the annual bonfire celebrations again this year.

      A torchlight procession will start at 5.30pm from the Village Hall with the bonfire being lit around 6.15pm. There will be a licenced bar, BBQ and much more for all to enjoy.

      Parking is available in the Village Hall car park and at the Recreation Ground just opposite the bonfire.

      Tickets are £3 for Adults and £2 for children if you buy in advance.

      All proceeds go towards the upkeep of the playground equipment in the school grounds so we hope you will come along, support the PGA and enjoy the evening.

      Shelter Available – Licensed Bar & BBQ

       

    • Farm Dining - Dickie's Farm Dining
      18:00 -22:00
      10/11/2018
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

       

      Here at Dickies we are very excited about our Farm Dining events.

      We will be showcasing some of the most amazing fresh and local ingredients in the area.

      There will be a choice of starters, mains and desserts to choose from the menu will follow so keep your eyes peeled.

      BYOB

      Food served 6pm-9pm

      To book or for more information call us on 01949 869733

       

      So what is Farm Dining at Dickies?

      It’s our take on a fine dining experience without any of the pomp or ceremony of stuffy restaurants.

      We are offering a choice menu every Saturday night of amazing locally sourced ingredients cooked to perfection by our chefs.

      Our prices are very reasonable and it is bring your own alcohol so it is a very affordable way to eat out. Treat yourselves to wonderful, imaginative food in the fantastic, laid back atmosphere of the Cow Shed Restaurant.

      Give it a go this Saturday evening and let us impress you! Book Now to avoid disappointment. 01949 869733

    • St Mary's Church Nottingham, Verdi's Requiem
      19:30 -21:00
      10/11/2018
      40 High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN, UK
      40 High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN, UK
      On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of 11 November 1918 the Choir of St. Mary’s Church, Nottingham, with the Orchestra of the Restoration mark this historic event with a performance of Verdi’s Requiem on Saturday 10 November 7:30pm.
      In 1873 the Italian poet, novelist and national hero Alessandro Manzoni died. Verdi had been a lifelong admirer and was deeply affected by his death. He decided to write a Requiem in Manzoni’s memory, and began by re-working the Libera me which he had composed five years earlier.
      Though it is Verdi’s only large-scale work not intended for the stage, the Requiem is unashamedly theatrical in style, with passages of great tenderness and simplicity contrasting with intensely dramatic sections. Writing at the time, the eminent conductor and pianist Hans von Bülow aptly described it as ‘Verdi’s latest opera, in church vestments’
      St Mary’s Church in Nottingham
      © westbridgfordwire.com
      The first performance of the Messa di Requiem took place on 22nd May 1874, the first anniversary of Manzoni’s death, in St. Mark’s Church, Milan. Special permission had to be obtained from the Archbishop for the inclusion of the female choristers, who were hidden behind a screen and clad in full-length black dresses and mourning veils.
      Though it was a successful performance, the restrained circumstances and prohibition against applause produced a somewhat muted reaction. In contrast, the second performance three days later, at La Scala Opera House, was received by the capacity crowd with tumultuous enthusiasm. The Requiem became an overnight sensation, and was equally ecstatically received at the many European performances that soon followed.
      Its British premiere took place in May 1875 at the Albert Hall, conducted by Verdi himself, with a chorus of over 1000 and an orchestra of 140. One journalist described the work as ‘the most beautiful music for the church that has been produced since the Requiem of Mozart’.
      For the performance in St Mary’s Church in Nottingham’s Lace Market, the church’s regular choir will be bolstered by former members to create a larger chorus. Joined by the church’s resident orchestra, the concert will be conducted by director of music, John Keys.
      Soloists include Elisabeth Meister (soprano) and Bozidar Smiljanic (bass-baritone) both of whom are former choristers who have gone on to pursue professional singing careers.
      Katie Stevenson mezzo-soprano Keith Halliday tenor are also soloists.
      Tickets  (£15 – £13 concessions). are available from  Tickets:
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  • Bottesford Armistice Day
    All day
    11/11/2018

    2 Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0JB, UK

    2 Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0JB, UK

    A full day’s rememberance commencing at 6am from Bottesford Old School

    0600 ‘Sleep in Peace’ – a dawn lament – Pipe Major Billy James, Procession from Bottesford Old School to Bottesford Village Green, Grantham Road

    1000 ‘Ringing for Rememberance – muffled bells’, Bottesford Tower

    1030 Rememberance Service, St Mary’s Church

    1100 ‘Acts of Homage’ and ‘2 minutes silence’, St Mary’s Church

    1200 ‘Celebrating Peace’ – chiming the Old School Bell, Beavers, Cubs & Scouts

    1200 ‘Ringing for Peace’ – open bells – Bottesford Tower

    1230 ‘Cry for Peace’ by the Guides & Scouts and Parish Rememberance, Bottesford Peace Memorial, The Sensory Garden, Grantham Road

    1745 ‘Celebrating Peace’  chiming the old School Bell, Rainbows, Brownies & Guides

    1810 ‘Lantern Peace Procession’ to the Parish Beacon led by Guides & Scouts. Members of the public please assemble in Church St, beside th Red Lion, at 6pm. All children under 12 to be accompanied by an adult. Please bring a lantern or torch and wear visible clothing. The route will be marshalled.

    1855 ‘The Last Post’ played by Ian Holdsworth, Bottesford Beacon

    1900 ‘Beacons of Light’ lighting the Bottesford Beacon

    1905 ‘Ringing for Peace’ Bottesford Tower

    1905 ‘A Cry for Peace Around the World’ Vic Martin, Parish Crier

     

     

  • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
    All day
    11/11/2018-15/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    9th November – 15th November

    Friday 9th November
    A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.30pm

    Saturday 10th November
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.45pm

    Sunday 11th November
    Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
    Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

    Monday 12th November
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 13th November
    Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
    Cold War (15) 7.45pm

    Wednesday 14th November
    RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

    Thursday 15th November
    The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
    Venom (15) 6.00pm
    A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

  • World War Centenary Rememberance – Bingham
    All day
    11/11/2018-11/11/2018

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

    How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

    October 1st – November 10th
    • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
    • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
    • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
    Wednesday November 7th
    • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
    Thursday November 8th
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    Friday November 9th
    • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
    Saturday November 10th
    • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
    • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
    • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
    • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
    Sunday November 11th
    • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
    • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

    Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

  • Car Boot Sales | Every Sunday 6.30am onwards
    06:30 -13:00
    11/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Car boot sales at Melton Market have been consistently on the increase and we now attract an average of over 100 cars, 40 vans and over 70 tables for the general public to view. With a fully concreted surface and first class facilities, Melton Market car boot sales is the best in the area, which is why it attracts thousands of people every Sunday.

    Car Boot Sales

    Every Sunday 8.30am onwards Stalls start closing at approximately 12:30pm
    (please note that on Bank Holiday weekends the car boot moves to the Monday).

    General admission costs 50p

    Mobile Chris Thomas 07771 611887, or 01664 784 714

  • Junior Park Run – Melton Mowbray
    09:00 -10:00
    11/11/2018

    83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

    83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

    What is Melton Mowbray junior parkrun?

    It is a 2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). If you are not a junior please try one of our weekly Saturday parkrun events instead.

    When is it?

    It is held every Sunday at 9:00am.

    Where is it?

    The event takes place at Melton Country Park, Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1HX. See Course page for more details.

    What does it cost to join in?

    Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder).

    How fast do I have to be?

    The aim is to have fun. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

    We’re friendly!

    Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the Melton Mowbray Visitors Centre Café – please come and join us!

  • Farnsfield Remembrance Parade and Service
    10:00 -20:00
    11/11/2018

    48 Station Ln, Farnsfield, Newark NG22 8LA, UK

    48 Station Ln, Farnsfield, Newark NG22 8LA, UK

    The remembrance parade will assemble at Farnsfield Cricket Club at 10am.

    The parade will proceed via Station Lane and Far Back Lane and will halt at the bottom of The Ridgeway to allow those unable to march the full route to join. The parade will then march via Main Street to St Michaels Church for the service at 10.45am. After the Service the parade will assemble on Main Street for a short Service and wreath-laying ceremony at the War Memorial.

    Groups involved include the Royal British Legion , Guides, Brownies, Rainbows, Scouts, Cubs, Beavers and members of the public.

    There is a Concert of Remembrance at St Michael’s Church on Friday 9 November at 7pm. Tickets £5 all welcome.

  • Winter Craft Fair – Doddington Hall
    10:00 -16:00
    11/11/2018-11/11/2018

    Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

    Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

     

    Join us for our popular Winter Craft Fair and find unique and inspirational seasonal gifts or treat yourself to something beautiful.

    A chance to discover a carefully-chosen selection of talented local crafters and makers, all presenting their own work in our Coach House venue. The exhibitors represent the best of local traditional and contemporary handmade skills and will be happy to chat with you and explain their skills.

    Be sure to bring your Christmas shopping list plus make time to visit our shops and enjoy tea and cake or lunch in one of our cafes!

    Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 November, 10am – 5pm (Sunday 4pm).
    Admission £1 pp. Under 16s free of charge.

    Please pay on the door – advance tickets are not available for this event.

    One set of crafters for both days. A full list of participating crafters and makers will be posted nearer the time.

    Please note that this event is now fully booked for stallholders.

  • Newark Remembrance Parade and Service
    10:00 -16:46
    11/11/2018

    Britannia Bldg Society, 37 Stodman St, Newark NG24 1AW, UK

    Britannia Bldg Society, 37 Stodman St, Newark NG24 1AW, UK

     

     

    The remembrance parade will travel from London Road car park to the war memorial gardens.  An outdoor service will be held in the gardens prior to the main service in the Parish Church at 11.15am.

    Newark Town Band will play during the service and accompany the parade as it marches out of church following the service.

  • Melton Mowbray Armistice Day Celebration
    10:20 -19:15
    11/11/2018

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

     

    Timings for the parade and service are:

     

    10:00   Parade forms up at Chapel Street car park

    10:20   Parade marches off

    10:40   Parade ETA at St Mary’s Church

    10:50   Start of Remembrance Service

    11:40   Parade reforms in Burton Street

    11:50   Wreath laying at the War Memorial

    17:20  Mayor and Civic dignitaries to arrive at St Mary’s Parish Church

    17:30  Performance of “The Armed Man – A Mass for Peace”

    18:05  Refreshments

    18:35 Short service of commermoration – Play Close

    18:44 Names of those killed in action read out – Play Close

    18:54 mayor to read “Tribute to the Millions” – Play Close

    18:57  Last Post – Play Close

    19:00 Lighting of the Beacon – Play Close

    19:05 Battler’s Over – Ringing out for Peace – the bells of St Marys Church

     

  • Armistice Day Rememberance – Lincoln
    10:30 -15:00
    11/11/2018

    14 Corporation St, Lincoln LN2 1HN, UK

    14 Corporation St, Lincoln LN2 1HN, UK

    Lincoln will host a special remembrance service on Armistice Day this weekend as members of all three armed forces march through the city centre.

    Some 90 military personnel from the Army, Navy and RAF will take part in one of the country’s most poignant celebrations on Saturday, November 10 with this year commemorating the centenary of the end of World War One.

    It is believed to be the only event of its kind taking place over Remembrance Weekend according to the City of Lincoln Council.

    Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

    From 10.30am troops from the three forces will march from St Martin’s Square past the city’s Guildhall, down the High Street, before stopping for a wreath-laying service at the War Memorial.

    After the service, the troops will continue southward towards the Cornhill area of the city. Finally, the parade will be dismissed in City Square, marking the end of the event.

    Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

    Civi and International Partnerships Manager at City of Lincoln Council, Kate Fenn, said: “We are honoured to be hosting such a prestigious ceremony for the city of Lincoln.

    “It is a very rare occasion for all three armed forces to parade together in public, so we are expecting lots of visitors to come to Lincoln to enjoy it.

    “We have troops parading from the Royal Navy, RAF Waddington, RAF Scampton and the Royal Anglian Regiment.

    “The city has a proud military past and will be the perfect setting for such a special ceremony.”

    The Lincoln Armistice Service is an annual event organised by City of Lincoln Council with the help of the Royal British Legion.

  • The Cheeki Monkeys Grantham BIG Christmas Market
    11:30 -15:30
    11/11/2018

    20 Kitty Briggs Ln, Grantham NG31 7JR, UK

    20 Kitty Briggs Ln, Grantham NG31 7JR, UK

     

    Cheeki Monkeys Grantham BIG Christmas Market
    Sunday 11th November 2018 11.30am-3.30pm
    Walton Girls High School, Harlaxton Road, Grantham NG31 7JR

    ***THE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EVENT***
    * All the gift ideas you could need under one roof and all from local sellers!
    * 40+ stalls of beautiful, unique and bespoke gift ideas for all the family and all budgets.
    * Food and refreshments available and entertainment provided for your children.

    Especially for businesses and crafters!
    NO PRELOVED STALLS AVAILABLE.

    Come and show off your Christmas wares! Do you create or sell items that may be of interest to shoppers at our market?
    Craft stalls £20
    Business stalls £25
    Contact me before booking to ensure there is availability for the products you sell.

    Advertising opportunities also available through having your flyers in our goody bags which get handed out to the first 100 customers for £20.

    Book any of the above direct via this link:
    https://booking.bookinghound.com/fe/book?mode=ap&og=dc217598-d89b-4bf4-a87c-e42203951a4a&uniqueid=706

    Or visit our website: http://www.cheekimonkeys.co.uk/ and search for the November 11th event in Grantham.

    For any further information please contact me on [email protected]

    If you are interested in coming along to get all your Christmas shopping sorted then please mark yourself as ‘Interested’ or ‘Going’ to make sure you are kept up-to-date with information about the event and then share and invite all your friends too so that they don’t miss out!

  • Countryside Corner – understand more about the Badger
    13:00 -14:00
    11/11/2018

    2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK

    2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK

     

    Engine Yard, Belvoir 

    Don’t forget about our Countryside Corner talk on Sunday at 1pm! There will be a chance after Erin’s presentation to have your say too.

    Engine Yard at Belvoir Castle

    We are excited to welcome Erin McDaid to the Fuel Tank on Sunday 11th November to discuss an interesting topic on “The Vaccination of Badgers in the Vale of Belvoir!” Tickets are FREE so make sure you register for them now: https://buff.ly/2J6NZoD

  • Dickies Roast Sunday
    13:00 -16:00
    11/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    Autumn is here and our Roast Sunday’s are back.
    Home grown veg from the market garden and amazing joints of meat from our butchery.
    A roast like you get at home but cooked for you in the beautiful Cow Shed Restaurant
    Booking Essential 01949 868733
    BYOB

  • Battle’s Over – A Nation’s Tribute, Grantham
    17:45 -19:30
    11/11/2018

    13 Hill Ave, Grantham NG31 9BA, UK

    13 Hill Ave, Grantham NG31 9BA, UK

     

    South Kesteven District Council is playing its part in Battle’s Over, an international commemoration marking 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of World War One.

    The Last Post will be played in Wyndham Park, Grantham, at 6.55pm on Sunday (NOV 11) and at 7pm a beacon will be lit.

    The council has worked with St Wulfram’s, Grantham, and other churches in the area to arrange for church bells to ring out once the beacon is alight.

    The Battle’s Over commemorations will see buglers playing the Last Post and beacons lit at more than 1,000 locations at the same time.

    The beacons signify the light of peace that emerged from the darkness of four years of war.

    More than 1,000 churches and cathedrals will ring their bells as part of Ringing Out for Peace organised in association with the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers.

    Battle’s Over events are taking place throughout the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, and locations overseas, including New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, Bermuda, France, Belgium, Canada, the United States and Germany.

    The Leader of South Kesteven District Council, Councillor Matthew Lee, said: “We are proud to be playing a part in this historic international event to commemorate the centenary of the end of the Great War, and to recognise the contribution and sacrifice made by the men and women from our own community.”

    Earlier, at 5.45pm a tree will be planted in the park by the Chairman of SKDC, Cllr George Chivers, in memory of those lost in the war. The tree-planting has been organised by Cllr Charmaine Morgan.

    At 6.15pm a clock, made and donated by Castlegate Clocks, will be unveiled at Wyndham Park’s Visitor Centre and dedicated by Father Stuart Cradduck. That will be followed by Father Stuart and the St Wulfram’s Church Choir performing, including a reading of ‘Tribute to the Millions’.

     

  • Charity Jazz Evening – Nags Head
    18:30 -21:00
    11/11/2018

     

    Join us on Sunday 11th November to raise money for The Royal British Legion – We will have amazing live Jazz Music, accompanied by Cheese and Wine!

     

    For every Wine and Cheese Combo bought, £2 will go to charity!

  • Armistice Day – Beacon Lighting – Belton House
    18:30 -19:15
    11/11/2018

    Belton House, Grantham NG32, UK

    Belton House, Grantham NG32, UK

     

    Remember those who served at Belton Park Camp as we commemorate the end of the First World War.

    Free admission.

  • More events
    • Bottesford Armistice Day
      All day
      11/11/2018
      2 Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0JB, UK
      2 Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0JB, UK

      A full day’s rememberance commencing at 6am from Bottesford Old School

      0600 ‘Sleep in Peace’ – a dawn lament – Pipe Major Billy James, Procession from Bottesford Old School to Bottesford Village Green, Grantham Road

      1000 ‘Ringing for Rememberance – muffled bells’, Bottesford Tower

      1030 Rememberance Service, St Mary’s Church

      1100 ‘Acts of Homage’ and ‘2 minutes silence’, St Mary’s Church

      1200 ‘Celebrating Peace’ – chiming the Old School Bell, Beavers, Cubs & Scouts

      1200 ‘Ringing for Peace’ – open bells – Bottesford Tower

      1230 ‘Cry for Peace’ by the Guides & Scouts and Parish Rememberance, Bottesford Peace Memorial, The Sensory Garden, Grantham Road

      1745 ‘Celebrating Peace’  chiming the old School Bell, Rainbows, Brownies & Guides

      1810 ‘Lantern Peace Procession’ to the Parish Beacon led by Guides & Scouts. Members of the public please assemble in Church St, beside th Red Lion, at 6pm. All children under 12 to be accompanied by an adult. Please bring a lantern or torch and wear visible clothing. The route will be marshalled.

      1855 ‘The Last Post’ played by Ian Holdsworth, Bottesford Beacon

      1900 ‘Beacons of Light’ lighting the Bottesford Beacon

      1905 ‘Ringing for Peace’ Bottesford Tower

      1905 ‘A Cry for Peace Around the World’ Vic Martin, Parish Crier

       

       

    • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
      All day
      11/11/2018-15/11/2018
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

       

      For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

      9th November – 15th November

      Friday 9th November
      A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
      Venom (15) 8.30pm

      Saturday 10th November
      NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
      Venom (15) 8.45pm

      Sunday 11th November
      Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
      Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

      Monday 12th November
      The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

      Tuesday 13th November
      Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
      A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
      Cold War (15) 7.45pm

      Wednesday 14th November
      RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

      Thursday 15th November
      The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
      Venom (15) 6.00pm
      A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

    • World War Centenary Rememberance - Bingham
      All day
      11/11/2018-11/11/2018
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK
      1 Nottingham Rd, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8BH, UK

      How is Bingham commemorating the Centenary of the end of World War One?

      October 1st – November 10th
      • Activity week at the Library – remembering the war
      • British Legion memorial poppies – shop window displays around Market Place and treasure hunt
      • Changing locations – “There but not There” installations of WW1 soldiers
      Wednesday November 7th
      • 10:30am: Street naming ceremony, Barratts estate, Chapel Lane, Act of remembrance and Toot Hill Band Big Band
      Thursday November 8th
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      Friday November 9th
      • 9:30am-5:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 7:00pm: BHTA Memorial concert, “Looking Back”, Methodist Centre – Bridge Singers, Armistice String Quartet, Cranmer Company of Singers, readings (war diaries and poems)
      Saturday November 10th
      • 9:30am-4:00pm: Bingham Heritage Trails Association commemoration exhibition, Methodist Centre
      • 10:30am: British Legion – Recruitment Parade – Market Place
      • 10:30am: British Legion Act of Remembrance
      • 7:00pm: Methodist Centre; BHTA Memorial concert, Methodist Centre – “Looking Forward”, featuring Stormy Weather Boys, Vale Voices, Bingham School of Dance, Toot Hill School Big Band.
      Sunday November 11th
      • 10:30am: Armistice Day Parade and service of remembrance – from Market Place to Church. “At the Church, a Guard of Honour for those who did not return.”
      • 7:00pm: Town Council – Beacon of Light – Market Place

      Beacons will be lit across the UK in commemoration of the end of WWI and to symbolise the ‘light of hope’ that emerged from the darkness of war. This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”

    • Car Boot Sales | Every Sunday 6.30am onwards
      06:30 -13:00
      11/11/2018
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

      Car boot sales at Melton Market have been consistently on the increase and we now attract an average of over 100 cars, 40 vans and over 70 tables for the general public to view. With a fully concreted surface and first class facilities, Melton Market car boot sales is the best in the area, which is why it attracts thousands of people every Sunday.

      Car Boot Sales

      Every Sunday 8.30am onwards Stalls start closing at approximately 12:30pm
      (please note that on Bank Holiday weekends the car boot moves to the Monday).

      General admission costs 50p

      Mobile Chris Thomas 07771 611887, or 01664 784 714

    • Junior Park Run - Melton Mowbray
      09:00 -10:00
      11/11/2018
      83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK
      83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

      What is Melton Mowbray junior parkrun?

      It is a 2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). If you are not a junior please try one of our weekly Saturday parkrun events instead.

      When is it?

      It is held every Sunday at 9:00am.

      Where is it?

      The event takes place at Melton Country Park, Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1HX. See Course page for more details.

      What does it cost to join in?

      Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder).

      How fast do I have to be?

      The aim is to have fun. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

      We’re friendly!

      Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the Melton Mowbray Visitors Centre Café – please come and join us!

    • Farnsfield Remembrance Parade and Service
      10:00 -20:00
      11/11/2018
      48 Station Ln, Farnsfield, Newark NG22 8LA, UK
      48 Station Ln, Farnsfield, Newark NG22 8LA, UK

      The remembrance parade will assemble at Farnsfield Cricket Club at 10am.

      The parade will proceed via Station Lane and Far Back Lane and will halt at the bottom of The Ridgeway to allow those unable to march the full route to join. The parade will then march via Main Street to St Michaels Church for the service at 10.45am. After the Service the parade will assemble on Main Street for a short Service and wreath-laying ceremony at the War Memorial.

      Groups involved include the Royal British Legion , Guides, Brownies, Rainbows, Scouts, Cubs, Beavers and members of the public.

      There is a Concert of Remembrance at St Michael’s Church on Friday 9 November at 7pm. Tickets £5 all welcome.

    • Winter Craft Fair - Doddington Hall
      10:00 -16:00
      11/11/2018-11/11/2018
      Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK
      Doddington Hall, Doddington, Lincoln LN6 4RU, UK

       

      Join us for our popular Winter Craft Fair and find unique and inspirational seasonal gifts or treat yourself to something beautiful.

      A chance to discover a carefully-chosen selection of talented local crafters and makers, all presenting their own work in our Coach House venue. The exhibitors represent the best of local traditional and contemporary handmade skills and will be happy to chat with you and explain their skills.

      Be sure to bring your Christmas shopping list plus make time to visit our shops and enjoy tea and cake or lunch in one of our cafes!

      Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 November, 10am – 5pm (Sunday 4pm).
      Admission £1 pp. Under 16s free of charge.

      Please pay on the door – advance tickets are not available for this event.

      One set of crafters for both days. A full list of participating crafters and makers will be posted nearer the time.

      Please note that this event is now fully booked for stallholders.

    • Newark Remembrance Parade and Service
      10:00 -16:46
      11/11/2018
      Britannia Bldg Society, 37 Stodman St, Newark NG24 1AW, UK
      Britannia Bldg Society, 37 Stodman St, Newark NG24 1AW, UK

       

       

      The remembrance parade will travel from London Road car park to the war memorial gardens.  An outdoor service will be held in the gardens prior to the main service in the Parish Church at 11.15am.

      Newark Town Band will play during the service and accompany the parade as it marches out of church following the service.

    • Melton Mowbray Armistice Day Celebration
      10:20 -19:15
      11/11/2018
      1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK
      1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

       

      Timings for the parade and service are:

       

      10:00   Parade forms up at Chapel Street car park

      10:20   Parade marches off

      10:40   Parade ETA at St Mary’s Church

      10:50   Start of Remembrance Service

      11:40   Parade reforms in Burton Street

      11:50   Wreath laying at the War Memorial

      17:20  Mayor and Civic dignitaries to arrive at St Mary’s Parish Church

      17:30  Performance of “The Armed Man – A Mass for Peace”

      18:05  Refreshments

      18:35 Short service of commermoration – Play Close

      18:44 Names of those killed in action read out – Play Close

      18:54 mayor to read “Tribute to the Millions” – Play Close

      18:57  Last Post – Play Close

      19:00 Lighting of the Beacon – Play Close

      19:05 Battler’s Over – Ringing out for Peace – the bells of St Marys Church

       

    • Armistice Day Rememberance - Lincoln
      10:30 -15:00
      11/11/2018
      14 Corporation St, Lincoln LN2 1HN, UK
      14 Corporation St, Lincoln LN2 1HN, UK

      Lincoln will host a special remembrance service on Armistice Day this weekend as members of all three armed forces march through the city centre.

      Some 90 military personnel from the Army, Navy and RAF will take part in one of the country’s most poignant celebrations on Saturday, November 10 with this year commemorating the centenary of the end of World War One.

      It is believed to be the only event of its kind taking place over Remembrance Weekend according to the City of Lincoln Council.

      Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

      From 10.30am troops from the three forces will march from St Martin’s Square past the city’s Guildhall, down the High Street, before stopping for a wreath-laying service at the War Memorial.

      After the service, the troops will continue southward towards the Cornhill area of the city. Finally, the parade will be dismissed in City Square, marking the end of the event.

      Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

      Civi and International Partnerships Manager at City of Lincoln Council, Kate Fenn, said: “We are honoured to be hosting such a prestigious ceremony for the city of Lincoln.

      “It is a very rare occasion for all three armed forces to parade together in public, so we are expecting lots of visitors to come to Lincoln to enjoy it.

      “We have troops parading from the Royal Navy, RAF Waddington, RAF Scampton and the Royal Anglian Regiment.

      “The city has a proud military past and will be the perfect setting for such a special ceremony.”

      The Lincoln Armistice Service is an annual event organised by City of Lincoln Council with the help of the Royal British Legion.

    • The Cheeki Monkeys Grantham BIG Christmas Market
      11:30 -15:30
      11/11/2018
      20 Kitty Briggs Ln, Grantham NG31 7JR, UK
      20 Kitty Briggs Ln, Grantham NG31 7JR, UK

       

      Cheeki Monkeys Grantham BIG Christmas Market
      Sunday 11th November 2018 11.30am-3.30pm
      Walton Girls High School, Harlaxton Road, Grantham NG31 7JR

      ***THE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EVENT***
      * All the gift ideas you could need under one roof and all from local sellers!
      * 40+ stalls of beautiful, unique and bespoke gift ideas for all the family and all budgets.
      * Food and refreshments available and entertainment provided for your children.

      Especially for businesses and crafters!
      NO PRELOVED STALLS AVAILABLE.

      Come and show off your Christmas wares! Do you create or sell items that may be of interest to shoppers at our market?
      Craft stalls £20
      Business stalls £25
      Contact me before booking to ensure there is availability for the products you sell.

      Advertising opportunities also available through having your flyers in our goody bags which get handed out to the first 100 customers for £20.

      Book any of the above direct via this link:
      https://booking.bookinghound.com/fe/book?mode=ap&og=dc217598-d89b-4bf4-a87c-e42203951a4a&uniqueid=706

      Or visit our website: http://www.cheekimonkeys.co.uk/ and search for the November 11th event in Grantham.

      For any further information please contact me on [email protected]

      If you are interested in coming along to get all your Christmas shopping sorted then please mark yourself as ‘Interested’ or ‘Going’ to make sure you are kept up-to-date with information about the event and then share and invite all your friends too so that they don’t miss out!

    • Countryside Corner - understand more about the Badger
      13:00 -14:00
      11/11/2018
      2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK
      2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK

       

      Engine Yard, Belvoir 

      Don’t forget about our Countryside Corner talk on Sunday at 1pm! There will be a chance after Erin’s presentation to have your say too.

      Engine Yard at Belvoir Castle

      We are excited to welcome Erin McDaid to the Fuel Tank on Sunday 11th November to discuss an interesting topic on “The Vaccination of Badgers in the Vale of Belvoir!” Tickets are FREE so make sure you register for them now: https://buff.ly/2J6NZoD

    • Dickies Roast Sunday
      13:00 -16:00
      11/11/2018
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

       

      Autumn is here and our Roast Sunday’s are back.
      Home grown veg from the market garden and amazing joints of meat from our butchery.
      A roast like you get at home but cooked for you in the beautiful Cow Shed Restaurant
      Booking Essential 01949 868733
      BYOB

    • Battle's Over - A Nation's Tribute, Grantham
      17:45 -19:30
      11/11/2018
      13 Hill Ave, Grantham NG31 9BA, UK
      13 Hill Ave, Grantham NG31 9BA, UK

       

      South Kesteven District Council is playing its part in Battle’s Over, an international commemoration marking 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of World War One.

      The Last Post will be played in Wyndham Park, Grantham, at 6.55pm on Sunday (NOV 11) and at 7pm a beacon will be lit.

      The council has worked with St Wulfram’s, Grantham, and other churches in the area to arrange for church bells to ring out once the beacon is alight.

      The Battle’s Over commemorations will see buglers playing the Last Post and beacons lit at more than 1,000 locations at the same time.

      The beacons signify the light of peace that emerged from the darkness of four years of war.

      More than 1,000 churches and cathedrals will ring their bells as part of Ringing Out for Peace organised in association with the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers.

      Battle’s Over events are taking place throughout the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, and locations overseas, including New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, Bermuda, France, Belgium, Canada, the United States and Germany.

      The Leader of South Kesteven District Council, Councillor Matthew Lee, said: “We are proud to be playing a part in this historic international event to commemorate the centenary of the end of the Great War, and to recognise the contribution and sacrifice made by the men and women from our own community.”

      Earlier, at 5.45pm a tree will be planted in the park by the Chairman of SKDC, Cllr George Chivers, in memory of those lost in the war. The tree-planting has been organised by Cllr Charmaine Morgan.

      At 6.15pm a clock, made and donated by Castlegate Clocks, will be unveiled at Wyndham Park’s Visitor Centre and dedicated by Father Stuart Cradduck. That will be followed by Father Stuart and the St Wulfram’s Church Choir performing, including a reading of ‘Tribute to the Millions’.

       

    • Charity Jazz Evening - Nags Head
      18:30 -21:00
      11/11/2018

       

      Join us on Sunday 11th November to raise money for The Royal British Legion – We will have amazing live Jazz Music, accompanied by Cheese and Wine!

       

      For every Wine and Cheese Combo bought, £2 will go to charity!

    • Armistice Day - Beacon Lighting - Belton House
      18:30 -19:15
      11/11/2018
      Belton House, Grantham NG32, UK
      Belton House, Grantham NG32, UK

       

      Remember those who served at Belton Park Camp as we commemorate the end of the First World War.

      Free admission.

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
    All day
    13/11/2018-15/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    9th November – 15th November

    Friday 9th November
    A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.30pm

    Saturday 10th November
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.45pm

    Sunday 11th November
    Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
    Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

    Monday 12th November
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 13th November
    Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
    Cold War (15) 7.45pm

    Wednesday 14th November
    RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

    Thursday 15th November
    The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
    Venom (15) 6.00pm
    A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

  • Tuesdays at Melton Mowbray Livestock Market
    08:00 -13:00
    13/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

     

    Head down to the Melton Mowbray Market on a Tuesday and you will find a vast variety of stalls, livestock, antiques and much more.

    Antiques

    The Antiques Fair has been building up from its small creation to what now must be the central buying and selling arena in Melton on Tuesdays with great atmosphere and enthusiasm.

    Anything can be picked up for a bargain from genuine antiques to future classic designs.

    The list of items usually available would be endless so here is a selection:

    Silver, brass, copper, glass, jewellery, postcards, small and medium sized furniture, cigarette cards, china, ceramics, tea services, and novelties.

    Livestock Market

    Also on Tuesdays is the traditional livestock market, including fur & feather, farmers market, plus poultry, pets, timber etc.
    There has been a livestock market on this site in Melton for over 1,000 years!

    Farmer’s Market

    Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

    The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportuninty for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product.

    Please read the information below, for a little insight into just some of our regular traders that we are thrilled to host twice a week providing stunning quality wares and ingredients to our customers:

    Feast and Furious

    At Feast and the Furious we smoke all sorts of foods over real wood and make delicious hot sauces to go with them!

    We cold smoke cheeses such as Stilton, Red Leicester, Cheddar, Halloumi, Brie and Mozzarella over oak, beech and applewood for example. We smoke nuts such as salted roasted peanuts which are really popular and a great snack item. We also smoke salted butter, salt, garlic and many other things that we are adding to the list over time.

    We also hot smoke beef brisket and pulled pork which we will sell portioned and packaged for you to enjoy at home and it’s what we normally serve on our food truck as well. We take our food truck to events, weddings and festivals and it is available for private hire events.

    Turners Quality Bakers

    Turners quality bakers produce a full range of traditional English bread and rolls as well as a fantastic evolving range of sour dough including spelt, rye, corn, Mediterranean and soda bread to name a few.

    Based at Cropwell bishop they have recently joined us in the Farmer’s market in one of our Units.

    1324 Espresso

    Beautiful brewed fresh coffee to drink in or take away ran by the wonderful Darryl and his wife Angela.

    Why 1324? It was the year Melton Mowbray Market got royal approval from King Edward 2nd. It was running for 300 years before that with tolls, so this Market has been in existence for over 1000 years, in fact it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

    Jenny’s Cuisine

    Home cooked Asian and Chinese food freshly prepared to eat on site or take away.

    Fair Game Foods

    Fair Game Foods invite you to come and try our famous Farmers Market succulent pork roast rolls. You can create your own Meat Feast with the selection of cooked meats that we have to offer. Professional, quality outside catering, with over 15 years’ experience, we seek to promote locally sourced ingredients. Customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority.

    Slightly Potty

    Slightly potty is a small business, dealing with every aspect of silk flowers. Whether an arrangement, loose flowers, a special occasion, or something in your own pot. I was awarded a Royal Warrant in 2009 by the Queen, and have provided silk flowers for most of the Royal Residences. I started in the Friday farmers market, about twelve years ago, and have remained faithful to this market ever since.

    19 Gales

    19gales Farmhouse foods is a family Business, which is run by the Hollingshead family, who are 3rd generation farmers. 19 Gales is located on a working farm just outside Atherstone in Warwickshire. The farm is 220 acres of a mixture of grass for grazing and growing cereals to feed our animals in the winter months. We pride ourselves on our outdoor herd of British Blue cattle. When visiting 19 Gales Farm you are able to see the cattle grazing outside and then visit our Bakery to see a Steak pie being baked in the oven. The complete chain from start to finish.

    Scarborough Fayre

    Scarborough fayre has been trading for 18 years, selling top quality fresh fish, shellfish and game in season. We pride ourselves on the products that we supply to both retail and catering customers. Our trademark is “Fish so fresh the next of kin have not yet been informed!!”

    Melton Cheeseboard

    We offer the widest range of cheeses in the county with over 150 different varieties to choose from, many of which are sourced locally from Leicestershire and the surrounding counties. We also stock some of the best cheeses that the UK has to offer, in addition to a wide variety of continental cheeses.

    Stilton is our speciality, and we are unique in sourcing our cheeses directly from Long Clawson Dairy, based just five miles outside Melton Mowbray and Cropwell Bishop Creamery, based just over the border into Nottinghamshire.

    Our Stilton is graded to our own specifications at the dairies, before being delivered to our shop, we can therefore guarantee the quality of our Stilton to ensure that you get the best possible cheese without exception.

    However, it’s not all about Stilton! The Melton Cheeseboard are the cheese specialists in Melton Mowbray with a host of other fantastic cheeses to offer, from local Leicester’s – so much better than the bland supermarket offerings – and other great British Farmhouse cheeses.  With a complimentary range of Continental cheeses there’s always a treat in store for the cheese lover.

    Grasmere Farm

    At Grasmere Farm quality, flavour, and tenderness are integral to our philosophy. We are passionate about providing you with affordable, delicious food that is hand crafted by our dedicated butchers and cooks. We combine the benefits of old fashioned farming methods and a blend of innovative yet traditional recipes, to satisfy today’s discerning food lovers. We aim to source all of the ingredients from the local area and try to minimise the use of packaging to limit our environmental impact.

    Grasmere Farm is proud of its reputation for delicious sausages. We are passionate about wholesome, affordable food that is well made and tastes good. From our traditional Lincolnshire Sausage seasoned with sage, to the unique flavour of Smoked Rutland Sausage, there is a sausage for every palate and mood.

    Robert Bowright Farmer & Butchers

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers was established over 30 years ago supplying quality British local meat to customers throughout the East Midlands. Sold mainly through our shops at Mansfield, Woodhouse, Chesterfield, Shirebrook and Bolsover. We also sell at Farmers Markets in Newark, Bingham, Retford and Melton Mowbray where we stand twice a week Tuesday and Fridays.

    All beef sold through the business is born, reared and fattened on our family farm at Warsop.

    Although business has been established over 30 years both the farming and butchers have changed and keep changing and you have to change with it!

    Handmade Mary

    Hand crafted Silver jewellery made by Mary and Karl. Beautiful Murano beads and sterling silver chains.

    Stones Dairy

    We are a small family dairy farm producing fresh milk, cream and butter.

    Braysby Farm

    Free range fresh eggs.

    Hollands Nursery

    Plants, flowers and hanging baskets. All grown at the Hollands nursery.

    Jason Wilson’s plants

    For all your garden needs.

    Opening Times 8am – 12.30pm, Traders allowed entry from 6am

    For more information, or to book a stall, please contact Annaleise Burrows, Stalls & Units Coordinator on 01664 784704

    Facebook

    Twitter @meltonlivestock

     

     

     

  • Catalogued Sale of Store Cattle
    11:30 -15:00
    13/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK
  • Melton Library: 1.15-2.15pm Singing Café
    13:15 -14:15
    13/11/2018

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    (This is a Singing Café for people with mental health challenges. Incuding Memory Loss and Dementia.

    In Public Holidays please check that the café is on!

    Singing is good for you so come along and enjoy singing and meeting new people. Refreshments will be served £3 per person voluntary donation. Accompanying Carers need to stay for the Café.

    This is run by WOW Church. Registered charity no: 1119209 135 Main Street Under Bardon LE67 9QT

     

  • Vale of Belvoir U3A
    14:56
    13/11/2018

    5 Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0BG, UK

    5 Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham NG13 0BG, UK

    Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2pm in Bottesford Village Hall.

    Annual membership £12, to include monthly meetins and newsletter.

     

    Multiple group activities are available to join – a charge of £1 for each attendance.

    Visitor taster meetings £1.

    Everyone welcome.

    For membership enquiries and further info please contact Mrs Marilyn Wilson-Baker on 01949 861041.

     

  • Black Tuesday’s 50% off
    17:00 -23:00
    13/11/2018

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

    Every Tuesday This Year upto 50% OFF!!
    We invite you to try our Wonderful A La Carte Menu..
    Available 12-2.30pm / 6-9.30pm
    WHOLE MENU DISCOUNTED!

    Link To Menu: https://bit.ly/2JjorDO
    (menu changes seasonally, so check website)

    Website: http://www.tombrowns.co.uk

    Note: Black Tuesday Menu cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers!

  • The Crown: Melton Folk Club (In the Tiger Room Upstairs) 7.30pm
    19:30 -22:30
    13/11/2018

    10 Burton St, Melton Mowbray LE13 1AE, UK

    10 Burton St, Melton Mowbray LE13 1AE, UK

    Melton Folk Club is held every Tuesday from 7.30pm to 10.30pm in the function room of the Crown Inn (The Tiger Room upstairs) – 10 Burton Street, Melton Mowbray. All are welcome. Hosted by Adrian Kerr

    If you can play fiddle or if you can’t play fiddle, if you can dance, if you can pole dance, if you like blues or hate blues, if you can tap your foot, if you can’t tap you’re foot, if you like a good laugh, if you like a bad laugh, if you are looking for something, if you think you’ve found something, if you like heavy metal, if you like light metal, if you think you can sing, if you think you can’t sing, if you can recite poems if you can’t recite poems, if you’re a doctor, if you’re not a doctor, if you’re ever so musical, if you’re ever so slightly musical, if you’re not in the slightest musical, if you like Dylan, if you hate Dylan, if you’ve got new shoes, if you’ve got old shoes, if you like beer, if you like a lot of beer, if you’re moody, if you’re broody, if you’re darn right choosey, if you’re the boss if you hate the boss, if you like eating nuts, if you are indeed a bit of a nut, if you like clapping, if you don’t clap or even if you want to sit and listen to some good music for a while…….you are most welcome. The Melton Folk Club, tonight and every Tuesday – 7.30 till 10.30 The Crown Inn, Burton Street, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire

    Adrian Kerr’s new Folk club page is here: https://www.facebook.com/meltonfolkclub/

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
    All day
    14/11/2018-15/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    9th November – 15th November

    Friday 9th November
    A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.30pm

    Saturday 10th November
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.45pm

    Sunday 11th November
    Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
    Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

    Monday 12th November
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 13th November
    Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
    Cold War (15) 7.45pm

    Wednesday 14th November
    RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

    Thursday 15th November
    The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
    Venom (15) 6.00pm
    A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

  • Weekly Dementia-Friendly Swimming at Cotgrave Leisure Ctr
    13:00 -15:00
    14/11/2018

    2 Woodview, Cotgrave, Nottingham NG12 3PG, UK

    2 Woodview, Cotgrave, Nottingham NG12 3PG, UK

     

    Weekly dementia friendly swimming sessions are now available at Cotgrave Leisure Centre to help individuals and carers enjoy exercise in comfortable surroundings.

     

    From tomorrow (November 7), individuals, and families and friends who help sufferers can enjoy sessions every Wednesday from 1pm to 3pm.

     

    There is no need to book, just turn up and enjoy the session and to help launch the class, the first six weeks are free of charge for all attendees.

     

    The Dementia Swimming Project is part of Rushcliffe Borough Council’s and Lex Leisure’s wider health strategy with sessions designed to create a safe and friendly swimming environment.

     

    The classes are led by swimmers and carers with trained staff attending poolside to offer guidance and support to enjoy a gentle exercise and social session in the pool.

     

    Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Deputy Leader Cllr Debbie Mason explained just how many people could benefit from its introduction.

     

    She said: “Within Rushcliffe, approximately 1 per cent of our residents are living with dementia. As a Council we want to ensure they are supported with wellbeing opportunities wherever we can.

     

    “The benefits of swimming are well publicised both in terms of physical health and emotional wellbeing but it has also been shown to improve the quality of life of those living with dementia.

     

     

    There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with one in six over the age of 80 now having a form of the condition.

    There is also a monthly Dementia Support group at Dove Cottage Day Hospice.

    For more information on the Dementia Swimming Project visit www.swimming.org/dementiafriendly, contact Cotgrave Leisure Centre on 0115 989 2916 or email [email protected]

  • Melton Mowbray Now & Then
    19:30 -21:00
    14/11/2018

    Melton Carnegie Museum, Melton Mowbray LE13 1RB, UK

    Melton Carnegie Museum, Melton Mowbray LE13 1RB, UK

     

    Illustrated evening talk by Arthur Payne.

    Part 1

    Wed 14 November

    Doors open at 7pm, talk begins at 7.30pm

    Pre-booking essential. £4 per person.

    Join Arthur Payne for the very first instalment of his very popular and entertaining series of talks looking at photos of Melton taken up to 150 years ago compared with the Melton of today.

     

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 9-15 November
    All day
    15/11/2018-15/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    9th November – 15th November

    Friday 9th November
    A Simple Favour (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.30pm

    Saturday 10th November
    NT Encore: Allelujah! (15) 2.45pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 6.00pm
    Venom (15) 8.45pm

    Sunday 11th November
    Christopher Robin (PG) 12.45pm
    Bolshoi Live: La Sylphide 3.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.30pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.30pm

    Monday 12th November
    The Children Act (12A) 6.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 13th November
    Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 2.00pm
    A Star Is Born (15) 5.00pm
    Cold War (15) 7.45pm

    Wednesday 14th November
    RSC Live: Troilus and Cressida 7.00pm

    Thursday 15th November
    The Children Act (12A) 2.00pm
    Venom (15) 6.00pm
    A Simple Favour (15) 8.15pm

  • Christmas Market – Winter Wonderland
    All day
    15/11/2018-24/12/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

    Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

     

  • 10:00 -23:00
    15/11/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

    It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

    There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

    The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

     

  • The Famous Beaujolais Breakfast – Tom Brown’s Brasserie
    10:00 -19:00
    15/11/2018

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

     

    This year we have decided to Mix it up….
    So the ACTUAL Beaujolais Nouveau Release Day (which is always the 3rd Thursday in November) we will bring you a Show, that will have you dancing & singing along (until ya feet hurt!!!)

    £40pp
    Bucks Fizz Reception
    5 Course Breakfast
    1/2 Beaujolais Nouveau (however those that don’t drink red, or like Beaujolais you can have Merlot or Sauvignon Blanc)

    Jake & Elwood
    Authentic Live Blues Brothers Tribute Act
    Joliet Jake Blues
    https://www.facebook.com/jakeandelwood.co.uk
    Great Party Atmosphere!
    All the hits from the movie!!
    Band Website: http://www.jakeandelwood.co.uk

    Also the usual Party Games, Shenanigans, DJ, Fancy Dress

    Tables of 8, 10 or 12 – OR – Smaller groups on shared tables !

  • The Arts Society, Grantham
    15:24 -15:25
    15/11/2018

    8 St Peter’s Hill, Grantham NG31 6QB, UK

    8 St Peter’s Hill, Grantham NG31 6QB, UK

    Meetings held at the Guildhall Arts Centre.

    3rd Tuesday of the month for Lectures by professional NADDFAS speakers on all aspects of Fine Art

    paintings, furniture, china & sculpture etc

    Please contact the membership secretary, Janice Ferguson tel: 01664 474246 email [email protected]

     

  • Fancy a pint? Vale of Belvoir pub guide here!
    17:14
    15/11/2018

    No need to wait till the weekend for a quick drink or meal out?

    If you’re stuck for inspiration take a look at our quick guides to Vale of Belvoir Pubs.

    There’s so many to choose from you’ll probably need to revisit!

    Vale of Belvoir Pubs

     

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 16-22 November
    All day
    16/11/2018-22/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    16th November – 22nd November

    Friday 16th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.45pmSaturday 17th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 3.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 5.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pmSunday 18th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 2.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 4.30pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 7.15pmMonday 19th November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 20th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2.00pm
    The Wife (15) 4.45pm
    NT Live: The Madness of George III 7.00pm

    Wednesday 21st November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Thursday 22nd November
    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 8.45pm

  • Christmas Market – Winter Wonderland
    All day
    16/11/2018-24/12/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

    Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

     

  • Melton Mowbray Market – Farmers Market every Friday
    08:00 -14:00
    16/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Friday’s at Melton Market are well worth a visit, and of course if you can’t make Friday, there’s always the livestock market on a Tuesday.

    Free on-site parking and free admission.

     

    Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

    The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportunity for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product. Melton Mowbray Market are passionate about the Farm to Fork philosophy and welcome local producers of good quality meat and vegetables alike.

    Every Friday from 8am, lots of stalls with local produce; fruit, veg, meat fish and cheese.  Local craft stalls offering quality gifts, preserves and plants.  Bakery with fresh bread, and desserts stall.  Dickinson & Morris Pork Pies, local egg vendor, and lots more.

    We also host a bric a brac section, vendors can have a table £5 first table, £2.50 thereafter.

    Please read the information below, for a little insight into just some of our regular traders that we are thrilled to host twice a week providing stunning quality wares and ingredients to our customers:

     

    1324 Espresso

    Beautiful brewed fresh coffee to drink in or take away ran by the wonderful Darryl and his wife Angela.

    Why 1324? It was the year Melton Mowbray Market got royal approval from King Edward 2nd. It was running for 300 years before that with tolls, so this Market has been in existence for over 1000 years, in fact it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

     

    Jenny’s Cuisine

    Home cooked Asian and Chinese food freshly prepared to eat on site or take away.

     

    Cards by Marilyn

    Unique handmade cards for all occasions. Special orders by request.

     

    Fair Game Foods

    Fair Game Foods invite you to come and try our famous Farmers Market succulent pork roast rolls. You can create your own Meat Feast with the selection of cooked meats that we have to offer. Professional, quality outside catering, with over 15 years’ experience, we seek to promote locally sourced ingredients. Customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority.

     

    Slightly potty

    Slightly potty is a small business, dealing with every aspect of silk flowers. Whether an arrangement, loose flowers, a special occasion, or something in your own pot. I was awarded a Royal Warrant in 2009 by the Queen, and have provided silk flowers for most of the Royal Residences. I started in the Friday farmers market, about twelve years ago, and have remained faithful to this market ever since.

     

    Scarborough Fayre

    Scarborough fayre has been trading for 18 years, selling top quality fresh fish, shellfish and game in season. We pride ourselves on the products that we supply to both retail and catering customers. Our trademark is “Fish so fresh the next of kin have not yet been informed!!”

     

    Melton Cheeseboard

    We offer the widest range of cheeses in the county with over 150 different varieties to choose from, many of which are sourced locally from Leicestershire and the surrounding counties. We also stock some of the best cheeses that the UK has to offer, in addition to a wide variety of continental cheeses.

    Stilton is our speciality, and we are unique in sourcing our cheeses directly from Long Clawson Dairy, based just five miles outside Melton Mowbray and Cropwell Bishop Creamery, based just over the border into Nottinghamshire.

    Our Stilton is graded to our own specifications at the dairies, before being delivered to our shop, we can therefore guarantee the quality of our Stilton to ensure that you get the best possible cheese without exception.

    However, it’s not all about Stilton! The Melton Cheeseboard are the cheese specialists in Melton Mowbray with a host of other fantastic cheeses to offer, from local Leicester’s – so much better than the bland supermarket offerings – and other great British Farmhouse cheeses.  With a complimentary range of Continental cheeses there’s always a treat in store for the cheese lover.

     

    Hambleton Bakery

    In September 2008, Julian Carter and Tim Hart opened Hambleton Bakery to produce top quality traditionally made bread for Hambleton Hall and Hart’s Nottingham. In addition to a growing list of wholesale customers (pubs, restaurants, delis, etc.) the bakery now has retail outlets in Exton, Oakham, Market Harborough, West Bridgford, Melton Mowbray and Stamford.

    Initially the aim was to rediscover the taste of good bread. Not the taste of sugar, malt, cheese, onions, olives, sundried tomatoes, poppy seeds etc. etc., but the magical flavour that can be conjured from unadulterated organic flour, salt and water using the slow, traditional processes that made the bread that fed our ancestors.

     

    Grasmere Farm

    At Grasmere Farm quality, flavour, and tenderness are integral to our philosophy. We are passionate about providing you with affordable, delicious food that is hand crafted by our dedicated butchers and cooks. We combine the benefits of old fashioned farming methods and a blend of innovative yet traditional recipes, to satisfy today’s discerning food lovers. We aim to source all of the ingredients from the local area and try to minimise the use of packaging to limit our environmental impact.

    Grasmere Farm is proud of its reputation for delicious sausages. We are passionate about wholesome, affordable food that is well made and tastes good. From our traditional Lincolnshire Sausage seasoned with sage, to the unique flavour of Smoked Rutland Sausage, there is a sausage for every palate and mood.

     

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers was established over 30 years ago supplying quality British local meat to customers throughout the East Midlands. Sold mainly through our shops at Mansfield, Woodhouse, Chesterfield, Shirebrook and Bolsover. We also sell at Farmers Markets in Newark, Bingham, Retford and Melton Mowbray where we stand twice a week Tuesday and Fridays.

    All beef sold through the business is born, reared and fattened on our family farm at Warsop.

    Although business has been established over 30 years both the farming and butchers have changed and keep changing and you have to change with it!

     

    Bobbins

    Selling a range of homemade décor & crafts. Notice boards, bunting, peg bags, bird seed bags, doorstops & much more.

    Mrs Twells Eggs

    Fresh eggs.

    Kit & Kabudle

    Aloe vera products and cakes.

    Sharon’s Fruit & Veg

    Fresh locally grown fruit & vegetables.

    WI 

    A great range of hand-made children’s knitwear.

    John’s Plants

    A great range of plants for indoor & outside. Including hanging baskets and

     

     

     

     

    Opening Times 8am – 2pm, Traders allowed entry from 6am

    For more information please contact Annaleise Burrows on 01664 784 704 or email her on [email protected]

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  • 10:00 -23:00
    16/11/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

    It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

    There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

    The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

     

  • Dickie’s (not so) Secret Steak Club
    18:00 -21:00
    16/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    A Dickies favourite…..

    Bring your loved ones, Choose your steak from Dickies amazing array of wonderful 42 day aged steaks….all served with fries, salad and choice of sauces. Experience how Beef should taste!
    Our steak nights will be every Friday but please book to avoid disappointment.

    Remember to BYOB

    To book call us on 01949 869733
    LIMITED AVAILABILITY

     

     

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  • Christmas Market – Winter Wonderland
    All day
    17/11/2018-24/12/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

    Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

     

  • ChocFest
    All day
    17/11/2018-18/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Melton Mowbray will be the place for chocolate lovers this November when the annual ChocFest event returns to the town.  £5 on the door, £4 in advance by clicking the link at at the bottom of this ad. Under 16’s FREE
    Hundreds of stallholders, and plenty of nibbles to try. Chocoate heaven…

    Here’s a link to a list of exhibitors… 

    At ChocFest, there are tastings, demonstrations, talks, workshops and plenty of chocolate and associated food and drink to buy from some of the UK’s best local producers.

    Exhibitors offer chocolates, chocolate cakes, pies, crepes, brownies, tarts, liqueurs, doughnuts, macarons, desserts, marshmallows, biscuits and even chocolate pizzas, kebabs, moonshine, mead, wine and beer. Other stands will be selling cakes, pies, champagne, wine and other goods in the run up to Christmas.

    All under cover with plenty of hot chocolate, mulled wine and spiced cider in case it gets cold! Visitors can also book the very popular chocolate workshops to get hands on experience on how to make their own chocolates – just in time for Christmas.

    Get your advanced tickets through this link.

    Date: 17 & 18 November 2018

    Tickets £4 in advance (£5 on the door) – under 16s free

    Workshops – Saturday and Sunday:

    Kids

    10.30am Belgian Chocolate Platter £7 – Yvonne
    11.30am Build your own Chocolate Bar £5 – David
    1.30pm Build your own Chocolate Bar £5 – David
    3.15pm Chocolate Lollies £5 – Nenette

    Adults

    11.30am Champagne Truffles £15 – Nenette
    2.30pm Chocolate & Gin Pairing – includes 2 glasses gin £10 – David
    2.30pm Belgian Chocolates £15 – Yvonne
    3.15pm Xmas Truffles £15 – David

     

    Parking

    There is a lot of free parking on the Livestock Market site above the fair (entrance by Scalford Road). Note: The small Car Park on the Scalford Road immediately above the Livestock Market is pay and display (70p an hour) on Saturday only. Go to the next Entrance North to enter the free Livestock Market car park. The Sainsbury’s Car Park on the Nottingham Road is free. There is a car park off the Scalford Road at the Coop Site and on the same side as the Livestock Market, both are pay and display. There are other public car parks in the town, most are pay and display (70p an hour) on Saturday but free on Sunday.

    Disabled Parking. Parking for Blue Badge holders only is at the bottom of the Livestock Market Car Park.

    For trade information about the PieFest, East Midlands Food Festival, SpiritsFest, ChocFest and Artisan Cheese Fair contact:

     

    Matthew O’Callaghan

    Director Melton Mowbray Food Partnership

    Tel: 07894 229499

    Email: [email protected]

  • Regal Cinema Listings 16-22 November
    All day
    17/11/2018-22/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    16th November – 22nd November

    Friday 16th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.45pmSaturday 17th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 3.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 5.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pmSunday 18th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 2.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 4.30pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 7.15pmMonday 19th November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 20th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2.00pm
    The Wife (15) 4.45pm
    NT Live: The Madness of George III 7.00pm

    Wednesday 21st November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Thursday 22nd November
    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 8.45pm

  • Local Park Run Info
    09:00 -10:00
    17/11/2018

    Park Runs are weekly 5k events for every ability – many are also dog friendly. It’s a great way to keep fit with the whole family.

    Park Runs start promptly at 9am, and are timed each week so you can track your performance!!

    Registration online prior to the event is necessary if you want to receive a time.

     

    There are several Park Runs within a short drive of the Vale of Belvoir.

    Belton House
    Sconce & Devon Park, Newark on Trent
    Melton Park
    Rushcliffe County Park
    Rutland Water

     

  • 10:00 -23:00
    17/11/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

    It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

    There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

    The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

     

  • 17th Annual Food Fair, Long Clawson
    10:30 -16:00
    17/11/2018

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

     

    Artisan Food and Gift Fayre.

    Lots of local produce including, our world famous cheese made in Long Clawson!

    (it’s Stilton, just in case you were wondering)

  • 20th Artisan Food & Gift Fayre
    10:30 -16:00
    17/11/2018

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

    5 Back Ln, Long Clawson, Melton Mowbray LE14 4NA, UK

     

    Long Clawson is proud to host the 20th Food & Gift Fayre at the Village Hall.  Perfect timing for Christmas food, drink and special, one off gifts.

     

    Admission Adults £1

    Children 50p

    Under 5’s free

     

    Refreshments and light lunches available.

     

     

  • Farm Dining – Dickie’s Farm Dining
    18:00 -22:00
    17/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    Here at Dickies we are very excited about our Farm Dining events.

    We will be showcasing some of the most amazing fresh and local ingredients in the area.

    There will be a choice of starters, mains and desserts to choose from the menu will follow so keep your eyes peeled.

    BYOB

    Food served 6pm-9pm

    To book or for more information call us on 01949 869733

     

    So what is Farm Dining at Dickies?

    It’s our take on a fine dining experience without any of the pomp or ceremony of stuffy restaurants.

    We are offering a choice menu every Saturday night of amazing locally sourced ingredients cooked to perfection by our chefs.

    Our prices are very reasonable and it is bring your own alcohol so it is a very affordable way to eat out. Treat yourselves to wonderful, imaginative food in the fantastic, laid back atmosphere of the Cow Shed Restaurant.

    Give it a go this Saturday evening and let us impress you! Book Now to avoid disappointment. 01949 869733

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  • Christmas Market – Winter Wonderland
    All day
    18/11/2018-24/12/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

    Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

     

  • ChocFest
    All day
    18/11/2018-18/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Melton Mowbray will be the place for chocolate lovers this November when the annual ChocFest event returns to the town.  £5 on the door, £4 in advance by clicking the link at at the bottom of this ad. Under 16’s FREE
    Hundreds of stallholders, and plenty of nibbles to try. Chocoate heaven…

    Here’s a link to a list of exhibitors… 

    At ChocFest, there are tastings, demonstrations, talks, workshops and plenty of chocolate and associated food and drink to buy from some of the UK’s best local producers.

    Exhibitors offer chocolates, chocolate cakes, pies, crepes, brownies, tarts, liqueurs, doughnuts, macarons, desserts, marshmallows, biscuits and even chocolate pizzas, kebabs, moonshine, mead, wine and beer. Other stands will be selling cakes, pies, champagne, wine and other goods in the run up to Christmas.

    All under cover with plenty of hot chocolate, mulled wine and spiced cider in case it gets cold! Visitors can also book the very popular chocolate workshops to get hands on experience on how to make their own chocolates – just in time for Christmas.

    Get your advanced tickets through this link.

    Date: 17 & 18 November 2018

    Tickets £4 in advance (£5 on the door) – under 16s free

    Workshops – Saturday and Sunday:

    Kids

    10.30am Belgian Chocolate Platter £7 – Yvonne
    11.30am Build your own Chocolate Bar £5 – David
    1.30pm Build your own Chocolate Bar £5 – David
    3.15pm Chocolate Lollies £5 – Nenette

    Adults

    11.30am Champagne Truffles £15 – Nenette
    2.30pm Chocolate & Gin Pairing – includes 2 glasses gin £10 – David
    2.30pm Belgian Chocolates £15 – Yvonne
    3.15pm Xmas Truffles £15 – David

     

    Parking

    There is a lot of free parking on the Livestock Market site above the fair (entrance by Scalford Road). Note: The small Car Park on the Scalford Road immediately above the Livestock Market is pay and display (70p an hour) on Saturday only. Go to the next Entrance North to enter the free Livestock Market car park. The Sainsbury’s Car Park on the Nottingham Road is free. There is a car park off the Scalford Road at the Coop Site and on the same side as the Livestock Market, both are pay and display. There are other public car parks in the town, most are pay and display (70p an hour) on Saturday but free on Sunday.

    Disabled Parking. Parking for Blue Badge holders only is at the bottom of the Livestock Market Car Park.

    For trade information about the PieFest, East Midlands Food Festival, SpiritsFest, ChocFest and Artisan Cheese Fair contact:

     

    Matthew O’Callaghan

    Director Melton Mowbray Food Partnership

    Tel: 07894 229499

    Email: [email protected]

  • Regal Cinema Listings 16-22 November
    All day
    18/11/2018-22/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    16th November – 22nd November

    Friday 16th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.45pmSaturday 17th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 3.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 5.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pmSunday 18th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 2.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 4.30pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 7.15pmMonday 19th November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 20th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2.00pm
    The Wife (15) 4.45pm
    NT Live: The Madness of George III 7.00pm

    Wednesday 21st November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Thursday 22nd November
    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 8.45pm

  • Car Boot Sales | Every Sunday 6.30am onwards
    06:30 -13:00
    18/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    Car boot sales at Melton Market have been consistently on the increase and we now attract an average of over 100 cars, 40 vans and over 70 tables for the general public to view. With a fully concreted surface and first class facilities, Melton Market car boot sales is the best in the area, which is why it attracts thousands of people every Sunday.

    Car Boot Sales

    Every Sunday 8.30am onwards Stalls start closing at approximately 12:30pm
    (please note that on Bank Holiday weekends the car boot moves to the Monday).

    General admission costs 50p

    Mobile Chris Thomas 07771 611887, or 01664 784 714

  • Junior Park Run – Melton Mowbray
    09:00 -10:00
    18/11/2018

    83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

    83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

    What is Melton Mowbray junior parkrun?

    It is a 2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). If you are not a junior please try one of our weekly Saturday parkrun events instead.

    When is it?

    It is held every Sunday at 9:00am.

    Where is it?

    The event takes place at Melton Country Park, Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1HX. See Course page for more details.

    What does it cost to join in?

    Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder).

    How fast do I have to be?

    The aim is to have fun. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

    We’re friendly!

    Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the Melton Mowbray Visitors Centre Café – please come and join us!

  • The Nottingham 5k, 10k and kids 1.5k MoRun 2018
    09:30 -12:00
    18/11/2018

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    MoRunning is back this November and we are proud to be coming back to Nottingham! Brand new medals, more partners, great entry benefits and we are proud to continue our support for the Movember Foundation.

    So to all you MoBro’s and MoSista’s, make sure you follow us on Facebook, keep an eye on the MoRunning website and as soon as earlybird entries open get your entry secured! All our MoRuns have limited places so don’t miss out!

    Here’s to welcoming you onboard as a 2018 MoRunner!

  • Christmas Craft Market – Old Brickyard Tea Rooms
    10:00 -16:00
    18/11/2018

    King St, Melton Mowbray LE14 4ST, UK

    King St, Melton Mowbray LE14 4ST, UK

     

    FREE entry and parking – over 30 stalls all under cover

    Unique hand crafted quality gifts

    Country crafts, artists work, greeting cards, pottery, jewellery, fabric gifts, garden gifts, tasty treats, craft demonstrations,
    homemade soup, cakes, refreshments and much more …

     

     

  • 10:00 -23:00
    18/11/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

    It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

    There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

    The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

     

  • Newark Autojumble
    10:00 -15:00
    18/11/2018

    Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

    Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

     

    Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
    🔨 General Admission entry from 10am – £7 per person
    🛠 Early Bird entry from 8am – £10 per person
    🔧 Traders/sellers entry from 6.30am – £20 per plot (Driver included / £7 passenger)
    🔩 General Classic vehicle entry from 9.30am – £5 driver (£7 passengers)
     Early Bird Classic vehicle entry from 8am – £7 driver (£10 passengers)
    🔵 ALL Traffic to Blue Gate. Free Parking. Under 12s Free.
    🐶 Friendly dogs on leads welcome.
    More information: www.newarkautojumble.co.uk

  • Artisan Food Fair, Easton Walled Gardens
    11:00 -18:00
    18/11/2018

    Planting Rd, Grantham NG33 5AP, UK

    Planting Rd, Grantham NG33 5AP, UK

     

    On Sunday 18th November, the Artisan Food Fair Returns for its second year. Easton Walled Gardens is well known for it’s quintessentially English, artisan vibe so what better place to bring together over 20 stalls of the finest local artisan produce? Exhibitors at the Artisan Food Fair will include liqueurs, puddings, pies, chocolate, meat, wines, preserves, cheese, fudge, a brewery and of course Davina’s Cakes!

    Friends of Easton Walled Gardens are invited to join us from 10am for an exclusive preview, warm drink and mince pie, before the event opens to the general public at 11am.

    As well as delicious produce and the opportunity to get some Christmas shopping done, the gardens will be open for you to wander at your leisure. The 400-year-old, 12-acre gardens are a relaxing, rural retreat. Fading autumn colours will be giving way to winter hues and the gardens are being prepared for the 2019 season. It’s a chance to see the gardens from a completely different perspective.
    Normal admission fees apply – £7.50 for adults and £3.50 for children 4-16yrs. Friends of EWG are free.

  • Dickies Roast Sunday
    13:00 -16:00
    18/11/2018

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

    Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

     

    Autumn is here and our Roast Sunday’s are back.
    Home grown veg from the market garden and amazing joints of meat from our butchery.
    A roast like you get at home but cooked for you in the beautiful Cow Shed Restaurant
    Booking Essential 01949 868733
    BYOB

  • More events
    • Christmas Market - Winter Wonderland
      All day
      18/11/2018-24/12/2018
      2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK
      2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

       

      This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

      Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

       

    • ChocFest
      All day
      18/11/2018-18/11/2018
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

      Melton Mowbray will be the place for chocolate lovers this November when the annual ChocFest event returns to the town.  £5 on the door, £4 in advance by clicking the link at at the bottom of this ad. Under 16’s FREE
      Hundreds of stallholders, and plenty of nibbles to try. Chocoate heaven…

      Here’s a link to a list of exhibitors… 

      At ChocFest, there are tastings, demonstrations, talks, workshops and plenty of chocolate and associated food and drink to buy from some of the UK’s best local producers.

      Exhibitors offer chocolates, chocolate cakes, pies, crepes, brownies, tarts, liqueurs, doughnuts, macarons, desserts, marshmallows, biscuits and even chocolate pizzas, kebabs, moonshine, mead, wine and beer. Other stands will be selling cakes, pies, champagne, wine and other goods in the run up to Christmas.

      All under cover with plenty of hot chocolate, mulled wine and spiced cider in case it gets cold! Visitors can also book the very popular chocolate workshops to get hands on experience on how to make their own chocolates – just in time for Christmas.

      Get your advanced tickets through this link.

      Date: 17 & 18 November 2018

      Tickets £4 in advance (£5 on the door) – under 16s free

      Workshops – Saturday and Sunday:

      Kids

      10.30am Belgian Chocolate Platter £7 – Yvonne
      11.30am Build your own Chocolate Bar £5 – David
      1.30pm Build your own Chocolate Bar £5 – David
      3.15pm Chocolate Lollies £5 – Nenette

      Adults

      11.30am Champagne Truffles £15 – Nenette
      2.30pm Chocolate & Gin Pairing – includes 2 glasses gin £10 – David
      2.30pm Belgian Chocolates £15 – Yvonne
      3.15pm Xmas Truffles £15 – David

       

      Parking

      There is a lot of free parking on the Livestock Market site above the fair (entrance by Scalford Road). Note: The small Car Park on the Scalford Road immediately above the Livestock Market is pay and display (70p an hour) on Saturday only. Go to the next Entrance North to enter the free Livestock Market car park. The Sainsbury’s Car Park on the Nottingham Road is free. There is a car park off the Scalford Road at the Coop Site and on the same side as the Livestock Market, both are pay and display. There are other public car parks in the town, most are pay and display (70p an hour) on Saturday but free on Sunday.

      Disabled Parking. Parking for Blue Badge holders only is at the bottom of the Livestock Market Car Park.

      For trade information about the PieFest, East Midlands Food Festival, SpiritsFest, ChocFest and Artisan Cheese Fair contact:

       

      Matthew O’Callaghan

      Director Melton Mowbray Food Partnership

      Tel: 07894 229499

      Email: [email protected]

    • Regal Cinema Listings 16-22 November
      All day
      18/11/2018-22/11/2018
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK
      Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

       

      For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

      16th November – 22nd November

      Friday 16th November
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.45pmSaturday 17th November
      Goosebumps 2 (PG) 3.30pm
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 5.30pm
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pmSunday 18th November
      Goosebumps 2 (PG) 2.30pm
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 4.30pm
      Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 7.15pmMonday 19th November
      The Wife (15) 6.00pm
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

      Tuesday 20th November
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2.00pm
      The Wife (15) 4.45pm
      NT Live: The Madness of George III 7.00pm

      Wednesday 21st November
      The Wife (15) 6.00pm
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

      Thursday 22nd November
      A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
      Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
      Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 8.45pm

    • Car Boot Sales | Every Sunday 6.30am onwards
      06:30 -13:00
      18/11/2018
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK
      33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

      Car boot sales at Melton Market have been consistently on the increase and we now attract an average of over 100 cars, 40 vans and over 70 tables for the general public to view. With a fully concreted surface and first class facilities, Melton Market car boot sales is the best in the area, which is why it attracts thousands of people every Sunday.

      Car Boot Sales

      Every Sunday 8.30am onwards Stalls start closing at approximately 12:30pm
      (please note that on Bank Holiday weekends the car boot moves to the Monday).

      General admission costs 50p

      Mobile Chris Thomas 07771 611887, or 01664 784 714

    • Junior Park Run - Melton Mowbray
      09:00 -10:00
      18/11/2018
      83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK
      83 Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray LE13 1HP, UK

      What is Melton Mowbray junior parkrun?

      It is a 2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). If you are not a junior please try one of our weekly Saturday parkrun events instead.

      When is it?

      It is held every Sunday at 9:00am.

      Where is it?

      The event takes place at Melton Country Park, Wymondham Way, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1HX. See Course page for more details.

      What does it cost to join in?

      Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder).

      How fast do I have to be?

      The aim is to have fun. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

      We’re friendly!

      Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the Melton Mowbray Visitors Centre Café – please come and join us!

    • The Nottingham 5k, 10k and kids 1.5k MoRun 2018
      09:30 -12:00
      18/11/2018
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK
      Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

      MoRunning is back this November and we are proud to be coming back to Nottingham! Brand new medals, more partners, great entry benefits and we are proud to continue our support for the Movember Foundation.

      So to all you MoBro’s and MoSista’s, make sure you follow us on Facebook, keep an eye on the MoRunning website and as soon as earlybird entries open get your entry secured! All our MoRuns have limited places so don’t miss out!

      Here’s to welcoming you onboard as a 2018 MoRunner!

    • Christmas Craft Market - Old Brickyard Tea Rooms
      10:00 -16:00
      18/11/2018
      King St, Melton Mowbray LE14 4ST, UK
      King St, Melton Mowbray LE14 4ST, UK

       

      FREE entry and parking – over 30 stalls all under cover

      Unique hand crafted quality gifts

      Country crafts, artists work, greeting cards, pottery, jewellery, fabric gifts, garden gifts, tasty treats, craft demonstrations,
      homemade soup, cakes, refreshments and much more …

       

       

    • 10:00 -23:00
      18/11/2018
      2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK
      2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

       

      The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

      It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

      There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

      The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

       

    • Newark Autojumble
      10:00 -15:00
      18/11/2018
      Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK
      Unnamed Road, Winthorpe, Newark NG24 2RB, UK

       

      Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
      🔨 General Admission entry from 10am – £7 per person
      🛠 Early Bird entry from 8am – £10 per person
      🔧 Traders/sellers entry from 6.30am – £20 per plot (Driver included / £7 passenger)
      🔩 General Classic vehicle entry from 9.30am – £5 driver (£7 passengers)
       Early Bird Classic vehicle entry from 8am – £7 driver (£10 passengers)
      🔵 ALL Traffic to Blue Gate. Free Parking. Under 12s Free.
      🐶 Friendly dogs on leads welcome.
      More information: www.newarkautojumble.co.uk

    • Artisan Food Fair, Easton Walled Gardens
      11:00 -18:00
      18/11/2018
      Planting Rd, Grantham NG33 5AP, UK
      Planting Rd, Grantham NG33 5AP, UK

       

      On Sunday 18th November, the Artisan Food Fair Returns for its second year. Easton Walled Gardens is well known for it’s quintessentially English, artisan vibe so what better place to bring together over 20 stalls of the finest local artisan produce? Exhibitors at the Artisan Food Fair will include liqueurs, puddings, pies, chocolate, meat, wines, preserves, cheese, fudge, a brewery and of course Davina’s Cakes!

      Friends of Easton Walled Gardens are invited to join us from 10am for an exclusive preview, warm drink and mince pie, before the event opens to the general public at 11am.

      As well as delicious produce and the opportunity to get some Christmas shopping done, the gardens will be open for you to wander at your leisure. The 400-year-old, 12-acre gardens are a relaxing, rural retreat. Fading autumn colours will be giving way to winter hues and the gardens are being prepared for the 2019 season. It’s a chance to see the gardens from a completely different perspective.
      Normal admission fees apply – £7.50 for adults and £3.50 for children 4-16yrs. Friends of EWG are free.

    • Dickies Roast Sunday
      13:00 -16:00
      18/11/2018
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK
      Plungar Ln, Nottingham NG13 0JN, UK

       

      Autumn is here and our Roast Sunday’s are back.
      Home grown veg from the market garden and amazing joints of meat from our butchery.
      A roast like you get at home but cooked for you in the beautiful Cow Shed Restaurant
      Booking Essential 01949 868733
      BYOB

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 16-22 November
    All day
    19/11/2018-22/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    16th November – 22nd November

    Friday 16th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.45pmSaturday 17th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 3.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 5.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pmSunday 18th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 2.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 4.30pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 7.15pmMonday 19th November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 20th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2.00pm
    The Wife (15) 4.45pm
    NT Live: The Madness of George III 7.00pm

    Wednesday 21st November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Thursday 22nd November
    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 8.45pm

  • Christmas Market – Winter Wonderland
    All day
    19/11/2018-24/12/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

    Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

     

  • 10:00 -23:00
    19/11/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

    It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

    There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

    The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

     

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 16-22 November
    All day
    20/11/2018-22/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    16th November – 22nd November

    Friday 16th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.45pmSaturday 17th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 3.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 5.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pmSunday 18th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 2.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 4.30pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 7.15pmMonday 19th November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 20th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2.00pm
    The Wife (15) 4.45pm
    NT Live: The Madness of George III 7.00pm

    Wednesday 21st November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Thursday 22nd November
    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 8.45pm

  • Christmas Market – Winter Wonderland
    All day
    20/11/2018-24/12/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

    Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

     

  • Tuesdays at Melton Mowbray Livestock Market
    08:00 -13:00
    20/11/2018

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

    33 Scalford Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 1JY, UK

     

    Head down to the Melton Mowbray Market on a Tuesday and you will find a vast variety of stalls, livestock, antiques and much more.

    Antiques

    The Antiques Fair has been building up from its small creation to what now must be the central buying and selling arena in Melton on Tuesdays with great atmosphere and enthusiasm.

    Anything can be picked up for a bargain from genuine antiques to future classic designs.

    The list of items usually available would be endless so here is a selection:

    Silver, brass, copper, glass, jewellery, postcards, small and medium sized furniture, cigarette cards, china, ceramics, tea services, and novelties.

    Livestock Market

    Also on Tuesdays is the traditional livestock market, including fur & feather, farmers market, plus poultry, pets, timber etc.
    There has been a livestock market on this site in Melton for over 1,000 years!

    Farmer’s Market

    Melton Farmers have developed a reputation for quality meats and produce.

    The main objective of a farmers market is to give an opportuninty for local producers to sell fresh quality produce to local consumers. To create an understanding of quality that the seller can promote to the buyer creating a fair and familiarity to the product.

    Please read the information below, for a little insight into just some of our regular traders that we are thrilled to host twice a week providing stunning quality wares and ingredients to our customers:

    Feast and Furious

    At Feast and the Furious we smoke all sorts of foods over real wood and make delicious hot sauces to go with them!

    We cold smoke cheeses such as Stilton, Red Leicester, Cheddar, Halloumi, Brie and Mozzarella over oak, beech and applewood for example. We smoke nuts such as salted roasted peanuts which are really popular and a great snack item. We also smoke salted butter, salt, garlic and many other things that we are adding to the list over time.

    We also hot smoke beef brisket and pulled pork which we will sell portioned and packaged for you to enjoy at home and it’s what we normally serve on our food truck as well. We take our food truck to events, weddings and festivals and it is available for private hire events.

    Turners Quality Bakers

    Turners quality bakers produce a full range of traditional English bread and rolls as well as a fantastic evolving range of sour dough including spelt, rye, corn, Mediterranean and soda bread to name a few.

    Based at Cropwell bishop they have recently joined us in the Farmer’s market in one of our Units.

    1324 Espresso

    Beautiful brewed fresh coffee to drink in or take away ran by the wonderful Darryl and his wife Angela.

    Why 1324? It was the year Melton Mowbray Market got royal approval from King Edward 2nd. It was running for 300 years before that with tolls, so this Market has been in existence for over 1000 years, in fact it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

    Jenny’s Cuisine

    Home cooked Asian and Chinese food freshly prepared to eat on site or take away.

    Fair Game Foods

    Fair Game Foods invite you to come and try our famous Farmers Market succulent pork roast rolls. You can create your own Meat Feast with the selection of cooked meats that we have to offer. Professional, quality outside catering, with over 15 years’ experience, we seek to promote locally sourced ingredients. Customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority.

    Slightly Potty

    Slightly potty is a small business, dealing with every aspect of silk flowers. Whether an arrangement, loose flowers, a special occasion, or something in your own pot. I was awarded a Royal Warrant in 2009 by the Queen, and have provided silk flowers for most of the Royal Residences. I started in the Friday farmers market, about twelve years ago, and have remained faithful to this market ever since.

    19 Gales

    19gales Farmhouse foods is a family Business, which is run by the Hollingshead family, who are 3rd generation farmers. 19 Gales is located on a working farm just outside Atherstone in Warwickshire. The farm is 220 acres of a mixture of grass for grazing and growing cereals to feed our animals in the winter months. We pride ourselves on our outdoor herd of British Blue cattle. When visiting 19 Gales Farm you are able to see the cattle grazing outside and then visit our Bakery to see a Steak pie being baked in the oven. The complete chain from start to finish.

    Scarborough Fayre

    Scarborough fayre has been trading for 18 years, selling top quality fresh fish, shellfish and game in season. We pride ourselves on the products that we supply to both retail and catering customers. Our trademark is “Fish so fresh the next of kin have not yet been informed!!”

    Melton Cheeseboard

    We offer the widest range of cheeses in the county with over 150 different varieties to choose from, many of which are sourced locally from Leicestershire and the surrounding counties. We also stock some of the best cheeses that the UK has to offer, in addition to a wide variety of continental cheeses.

    Stilton is our speciality, and we are unique in sourcing our cheeses directly from Long Clawson Dairy, based just five miles outside Melton Mowbray and Cropwell Bishop Creamery, based just over the border into Nottinghamshire.

    Our Stilton is graded to our own specifications at the dairies, before being delivered to our shop, we can therefore guarantee the quality of our Stilton to ensure that you get the best possible cheese without exception.

    However, it’s not all about Stilton! The Melton Cheeseboard are the cheese specialists in Melton Mowbray with a host of other fantastic cheeses to offer, from local Leicester’s – so much better than the bland supermarket offerings – and other great British Farmhouse cheeses.  With a complimentary range of Continental cheeses there’s always a treat in store for the cheese lover.

    Grasmere Farm

    At Grasmere Farm quality, flavour, and tenderness are integral to our philosophy. We are passionate about providing you with affordable, delicious food that is hand crafted by our dedicated butchers and cooks. We combine the benefits of old fashioned farming methods and a blend of innovative yet traditional recipes, to satisfy today’s discerning food lovers. We aim to source all of the ingredients from the local area and try to minimise the use of packaging to limit our environmental impact.

    Grasmere Farm is proud of its reputation for delicious sausages. We are passionate about wholesome, affordable food that is well made and tastes good. From our traditional Lincolnshire Sausage seasoned with sage, to the unique flavour of Smoked Rutland Sausage, there is a sausage for every palate and mood.

    Robert Bowright Farmer & Butchers

    Robert Bowring Farmer & Butchers was established over 30 years ago supplying quality British local meat to customers throughout the East Midlands. Sold mainly through our shops at Mansfield, Woodhouse, Chesterfield, Shirebrook and Bolsover. We also sell at Farmers Markets in Newark, Bingham, Retford and Melton Mowbray where we stand twice a week Tuesday and Fridays.

    All beef sold through the business is born, reared and fattened on our family farm at Warsop.

    Although business has been established over 30 years both the farming and butchers have changed and keep changing and you have to change with it!

    Handmade Mary

    Hand crafted Silver jewellery made by Mary and Karl. Beautiful Murano beads and sterling silver chains.

    Stones Dairy

    We are a small family dairy farm producing fresh milk, cream and butter.

    Braysby Farm

    Free range fresh eggs.

    Hollands Nursery

    Plants, flowers and hanging baskets. All grown at the Hollands nursery.

    Jason Wilson’s plants

    For all your garden needs.

    Opening Times 8am – 12.30pm, Traders allowed entry from 6am

    For more information, or to book a stall, please contact Annaleise Burrows, Stalls & Units Coordinator on 01664 784704

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  • 10:00 -23:00
    20/11/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

    It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

    There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

    The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

     

  • Melton Library: 1.15-2.15pm Singing Café
    13:15 -14:15
    20/11/2018

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    1 Wilton Rd, Melton Mowbray LE13 0UJ, UK

    (This is a Singing Café for people with mental health challenges. Incuding Memory Loss and Dementia.

    In Public Holidays please check that the café is on!

    Singing is good for you so come along and enjoy singing and meeting new people. Refreshments will be served £3 per person voluntary donation. Accompanying Carers need to stay for the Café.

    This is run by WOW Church. Registered charity no: 1119209 135 Main Street Under Bardon LE67 9QT

     

  • Black Tuesday’s 50% off
    17:00 -23:00
    20/11/2018

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

    80 Main St, Gunthorpe, Nottingham NG14 7EU, UK

    Every Tuesday This Year upto 50% OFF!!
    We invite you to try our Wonderful A La Carte Menu..
    Available 12-2.30pm / 6-9.30pm
    WHOLE MENU DISCOUNTED!

    Link To Menu: https://bit.ly/2JjorDO
    (menu changes seasonally, so check website)

    Website: http://www.tombrowns.co.uk

    Note: Black Tuesday Menu cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers!

  • The Crown: Melton Folk Club (In the Tiger Room Upstairs) 7.30pm
    19:30 -22:30
    20/11/2018

    10 Burton St, Melton Mowbray LE13 1AE, UK

    10 Burton St, Melton Mowbray LE13 1AE, UK

    Melton Folk Club is held every Tuesday from 7.30pm to 10.30pm in the function room of the Crown Inn (The Tiger Room upstairs) – 10 Burton Street, Melton Mowbray. All are welcome. Hosted by Adrian Kerr

    If you can play fiddle or if you can’t play fiddle, if you can dance, if you can pole dance, if you like blues or hate blues, if you can tap your foot, if you can’t tap you’re foot, if you like a good laugh, if you like a bad laugh, if you are looking for something, if you think you’ve found something, if you like heavy metal, if you like light metal, if you think you can sing, if you think you can’t sing, if you can recite poems if you can’t recite poems, if you’re a doctor, if you’re not a doctor, if you’re ever so musical, if you’re ever so slightly musical, if you’re not in the slightest musical, if you like Dylan, if you hate Dylan, if you’ve got new shoes, if you’ve got old shoes, if you like beer, if you like a lot of beer, if you’re moody, if you’re broody, if you’re darn right choosey, if you’re the boss if you hate the boss, if you like eating nuts, if you are indeed a bit of a nut, if you like clapping, if you don’t clap or even if you want to sit and listen to some good music for a while…….you are most welcome. The Melton Folk Club, tonight and every Tuesday – 7.30 till 10.30 The Crown Inn, Burton Street, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire

    Adrian Kerr’s new Folk club page is here: https://www.facebook.com/meltonfolkclub/

  • A Christmas Carol, Southwell Minster
    19:30 -21:30
    20/11/2018

    Bishops Manor, Bishop’s Dr, Southwell NG25 0JP, UK

    Bishops Manor, Bishop’s Dr, Southwell NG25 0JP, UK

    Back by popular demand!

    On Christmas Eve, the most magical night of the year, the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is whisked away on a terrifying journey through the past and into the future, accompanied by three fearsome ghosts determined to make him realize the true meaning of Christmas.

    Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story is brought alive in this most traditional of productions, complete with beautiful period costume, song, dance and a magnificent, original musical score. Join critically acclaimed theatre company Chapterhouse as Scrooge’s frozen heart begins to melt and he finally embraces the festive spirit in this most Christmassy of Christmas tales.

     

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  • Regal Cinema Listings 16-22 November
    All day
    21/11/2018-22/11/2018

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

    Melton Mowbray LE13, UK

     

    For film synopsis, runtimes and trailers please click here.

    16th November – 22nd November

    Friday 16th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.45pmSaturday 17th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 3.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 5.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pmSunday 18th November
    Goosebumps 2 (PG) 2.30pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 4.30pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 7.15pmMonday 19th November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Tuesday 20th November
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 2.00pm
    The Wife (15) 4.45pm
    NT Live: The Madness of George III 7.00pm

    Wednesday 21st November
    The Wife (15) 6.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 8.15pm

    Thursday 22nd November
    A Star Is Born (15) 2.00pm
    Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) 6.00pm
    Bad Times at the El Royale (15) 8.45pm

  • Christmas Market – Winter Wonderland
    All day
    21/11/2018-24/12/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    This year’s market has grown again from last years, as we welcome new traders to the city who bring with them interesting goods and food for sale. The diversity of the market has been a huge key to its success, and this year will not let you down. Browse carelessly along the front of the stalls, taking in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and then from time to time, stop at one or two for a nibble, and tipple! Nottingham’s Christmas Market is a feast of exciting goods and delicious delights. And don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone……

    Don’t miss your chance to visit our Christmas Market this year, it is a truly special and cheery way to get into the festive spirit and a great chance to support some of the regions independent designers and businesses who work hard to offer you something different created with real passion.

     

  • 10:00 -23:00
    21/11/2018

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

    2 S Parade, Nottingham NG1 2JS, UK

     

    The French ski lodge inspired bar is BACK! Bigger and Better than ever before.

    It will certainly give you a warm cosy feeling should you be cold outside.

    There is a whole host of entertainment booked throughout the Christmas period, ranging from Christmas songs in the day time, to electric Violins, Musicians and Artists in the evenings and weekends!

    The Après Ski / after work vibe is not to be missed. It’s a big part of the Alps coming into the city for the winter. Urban Après Ski at its best. If that’s not enough excitement, returning to the bar in the city to serve fresh, unpasteurised beer! Straight from the distillery in the Czech Republic to us within 3 days, no pasteurisation, no added chemicals, it’s just pure lager from the oldest distillery in Europe. A taste to behold for beer lovers.

     

  • Farmers Market at the Engine Yard
    10:00 -16:00
    21/11/2018

    2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK

    2 Woolsthorpe Rd, Redmile, Nottingham NG13 0GN, UK