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Hoodwinked Grand Charity Auction

Join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a unique hand-painted piece of much-loved public art as the Hoodwinked robins are auctioned to their forever homes, and help to raise funds for Nottinghamshire Hospice. Auctioneer: Charles Hanson (from BBC’s...

Lorry Watch

Any lorry over 7.5 tonne sighted in Cropwell Butler may be reported by using your mobile phone to take a photograph. Please upload to Lorry Watch on the NCC website ensuring the vehicle registration number is clearly displayed - you should give details of the time and...

Recycling

Following the loss of the glass recycling facility after the closure of The Lime Kiln Inn in Cropwell Bishop, please be aware there are alternative bottle banks at Asda in West Bridgford, Lidl in Bingham and various other supermarkets.

Cropwell Cricket Club

So, the season is well under way. The opening game was the inter village game in memory of David Shaw. Cropwell Butler batted first and amassed an excellent total of 163 in their 40 overs. With the strength of their bowling attack, many thought this would be a tough...

WI OPEN EVENING

Thursday 6th July, 7.30pm Cropwell Butler Village Hall Dean Hyde From Day Job to War Zone Dean will be talking to us about his time visiting Camp Bastion and Kabul in Afghanistan ‘Extremely fascinating talk by a very funny and charismatic speaker’ This event is open...

WI Forthcoming Events

July 6th From Day Job to War Zone – speaker Dean Hyde –OPEN EVENING August 3rd Summer Outing / Meal Out Sept 7th Scientific Surprises, Speaker: Roger Penson October 5th Soapology Speaker: Emma Puver

WOMEN’S INSTITUTE

Thursday 4 May 2017: Resolutions and in-house entertainment This was an informal and enjoyable evening, the resolutions were discussed and voted on, followed by entertaining quizzes which everyone enjoyed. Albums packed with old photographs were passed around and were...

National Garden Scheme

Since 1927 the Scheme has been inviting garden owners to open their gardens to the public for good causes, giving people unique access to some of Britain’s most beautiful, memorable gardens for around the same cost of a cup of tea and a slice of cake. Over the last 90...

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