Category: Woodborough

Poppy organiser wanted

CALVERTON Woodborough and District Royal British Legion is looking for a Poppy Appeal Organiser. You will work with a small group of local volunteers and raise funds towards the Poppy Appeal. For further information please contact branch secretary Michael Lloyd…

Building bridges at Woodborough Bridge Club

WOODBOROUGH Bridge Club held the first of its monthly seminars with George Ripley at the beginning of April. The event was over-subscribed, but everyone was accommodated and an informative time was enjoyed by all says our correspondent Jane Hall. These…

Anyone for tennis?

WINTER may be reluctant to retreat this year, but the unseasonally cold weather has not stopped Woodborough Tennis Club from looking forward to the long days of summer and promoting its membership packages. The club’s courts, behind the village hall…

Move fast to join flower arranging course

ONLY two places remain available on a new flower arranging course starting in Woodborough next week. Jane Walden, a NAFAS-qualified tutor, starts her six-session course on Wednesday 13 March 2013 at the Institute, Roe Lane. Sessions will be held from…

Bridge club launches seminars

WOODBOROUGH Bridge Club is starting a series of bridge seminars in April 2013, to take place at The Institute on the first Tuesday of every month. They will cover bidding, declarer play and defensive play. These seminars are open to…

Your experiences of current bus services

THE collapse in January of Premiere Travel, which operated many bus services in our area, has certainly led to some travel disruption and inconvenience for local people. Now Paul Hallett has asked dumbles.co.uk to help gather together these experiences. He…

Building bridges with Woodborough Bridge Club

WOODBOROUGH Bridge Club continues to welcome new visitors and members to its regular Thursday evening session in the village hall. In April the club starts a series of bridge seminars at The Institute, Roe Lane, on the first Tuesday of…

End of the road for Premier buses

BUS operator Premier, which served Lambley, Lowdham, and Woodborough among other destinations around Nottinghamshire, ceased operating on Friday 25 January 2013. The company was reported to be seeking a new owner, but collapsed when none could be found. The Red…

Woodborough is county’s best kept village 2012

AFTER winning its category of best kept mid-sized village for the last three years, Woodborough has this year scored the top prize in the annual Nottinghamshire Best Kept Village competition. Woodborough has won the category B award, for villages with…