If you would like your organisation or event to be included in this section please contact Mita.
Bridge Club Wednesdays 6.45 pm for 7.00 in Brian Nowell
The Grange. New members welcome.
Food for Thought Homemade soup lunch with drinks Jean &
and homemade cakes. Ist Thursday each month. George Smith
12.15 pm Methodist Hall. For all ages. Cost: £2.50.
Radcliffe Advice Centre Thursdays. 9.30 am –12.30
St.Mary’s Hall. Visit the village’s free volunteer
advice group, or ring (during opening hours). 07968642243
Radcliffe District Guide Association
Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers. District Commissioner
Girls aged 5 - 25 £20 per term. (Tel: 0115 841 4043)
Various evenings and venues.
Radcliffe Gardening Club Sept-Apr, last Thursday
each month Methodist Hall. Joan Stanway
Spring & summer: coach trips to gardens.
Radcliffe Knights Badminton Club
Wednesdays 7.30–9.30 pm in Sth Notts Academy. Linda Nailard
New members welcome. First session free.
Radcliffe Ladies’ Choir Wednesdays 7.30 pm in Sheila Brumfitt
St.Mary’s Hall. For ladies who enjoy singing.
Radcliffe on Trent Drama Group Mon & Thu 7.30 pm
St.Mary’s Hall. We perform 3 plays per year to a high
standard. New members for acting or help in other Jon Jones
ways are welcome. Subs £10 p.a.
Radcliffe on Trent Fish Scheme Two day-care centres for
the elderly and housebound at Craig Moray Jane James
Wed & Thu. Also a Sitting Scheme to relieve carers.
Radcliffe on Trent Lions Club 1st & 3rd Thursday of the
month in The Horse Chestnut. We welcome new Bob Alderson
members to the world’s largest service (Secretary)
organisation. Subs £25 per 6 months.
Radcliffe on Trent Male Voice Choir Thursday 7.15 pm Alan Barlow
Methodist Church. For male choral singers (Hon.Secretary)
interested in singing throughout UK and abroad.
Radcliffe on Trent Playgroup. 2-5 year olds.
Mon - Fri 9.00 am - 3.30 pm. Morning, lunchtime Deborah
and afternoon sessions separate or together.
Walk to/from Radcliffe Nursery available.
Radcliffe on Trent Probus Club Alternate Tuesdays Hinrich Siefken
12 noon for 12.30 at Ashmore’s. For retired Secretary
and semi-retired gentlemen.
Radcliffe on Trent & District Stamp Club George Kirkham
2nd & 4th Thursdays in St.Mary’s Hall, 7.30 pm.
Royal British Legion (women’s section) Every 3rd Thursday
except Jan & Aug. 2.15 pm RBL Hall. Social Joyce Sankey
meeting with speaker. Annual sub £7.30.
Vale of Belvoir Probus Club Weds twice monthly in V.o.B.
Inn & Hotel, Whatton. For retired & semi-retired David French
gentlemen. Speaker, optional lunch, social programme.
Vale of Belvoir Ramblers Monthly programme of walks. Jan
For January walks see page 24.
Women’s Institute 3rd Tuesday 7.00 pm for 7.15 RBL Hall.
For women of all ages - visitors and new members Sandra Thornley
welcome. Annual sub £30, including magazine.
Do you take LINK magazine? If not, do you know what LINK is?
LINK is the Church and Community Magazine for Radcliffe-on-Trent and Shelford.
LINK has been providing Church & Community News for Radcliffe-on-Trent & Shelford for over eighty years. If you are interested in what is going on in and around Radcliffe you need LINK!
LINK provides a diary of Church & village events, news, local club articles and quizzes; also items of interest including travel, wildlife, adventures and history all written by local residents. There is a topical viewpoint each month and an opportunity for weddings, baptisms and life to be celebrated and remembered.
Do you know about Messy Church, held every month in St Mary's Hall for families with young children and the children's clubs which are held during school holiday time?
Find out the times in LINK!
The magazine also contains a helpful central directory of 80 local services and businesses and contact numbers for the local groups and organisations, a must have for any resident.
Money raised from the magazine helps towards maintaining the Parish Church for us all and we are currently facing a huge expense to replace the Church roof at St Mary's. The church is always available and ready to provide a range of essential church services to the community.
Also, if you belong to a local interest group and would like an article considering for the magazine or have news of a local event,
Is there anyone else who could share enthusiasms or experiences with us all? Your ideas for a series or for just one article will be warmly welcomed. Please get in touch.
It is good to report that an increasing number of community organisations want to use our magazine to give news of their activities. A lot of people take LINK, although the competition from glossy free publications is real. We are very aware of the need to keep our presentation lively and up to date.
Single copies of the magazine can be obtained from St Mary's Church, Post Office and other shops in the village.. The magazine costs 50p per issue or £5 annually.
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