This popular outdoor market has everything from delicious fresh fruit and vegetables to the latest fashions and vintage and second-hand books.
Come and join us every Thursday at Eastoft Village Hall from 9.30am – 11.30am.
Cost is £1.50 per child and 50p for siblings.
For more information contact Tamara on 07793 458 237.
Tiddlywinks provides a safe and loving environment where parents, carers and toddlers can play, make friends, and have refreshments on a Thursday morning during term time.
It is run for the community by Bottesford Baptist Church as it seeks to show and share Jesus.
Tiddlywinks is very well attended and often runs at capacity so there is a need to put children’s names on a waiting list.
Date reviewed: 4.10.2019
At 20-21 Visual Arts Centre our work is to present new and exciting art and artists to the local community, but many of our staff are artists in their own right who maybe rarely get the chance to shine. Dark Horses introduces the 20-21 team and explores the pool of creative talent and experience which has been drawn together into the various roles within the gallery. And there are more than a few ‘dark horses’ among us.
Dark Horses will be shown in the Link Gallery from 12 October – 7 December (closed Sunday, Monday).
For the final show in this year’s Introducing exhibitions, 20-21 has selected an artist from this years college end of year shows. Our choice this year is Lewis Robbins who has impressed us with his large scale paintings and ink drawings
Introducing: Lewis Robbins will be shown in the Linear Gallery from 19 November – 7 December (closed Sunday, Monday).
London based curator Ian Williamson curates this exhibition. He draws together the work of a range of artists who take inspiration from the aspirational ‘lifestyle’ films made to sell luxury high-end property.
Villa Rosa will be shown in the Showcase Gallery from 12 October – 7 December (closed Sunday, Monday).
Come and join us at ‘The Old Tileworks’ in Barton at our regular and friendly coffee mornings.
A chance to get together socially with like minded parents/carers of disabled/special needs children and young people (or those not yet diagnosed) to informally meet and share tips and knowledge.
You could also gain more information about the services, support, benefits, activities and events that are available for all the family.
Date reviewed: 25.10.19