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Evening To Remember is being held at the Colwick Hall Hotel in Nottingham on
Saturday, 17 June from 7 pm in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. There’s a
champagne reception, a three-course dinner, live jazz music and a grand
raffle. Earlybird tickets are £35 (normal price £45), obtainable up to
Monday, 1 May by emailing
email@example.com or phone 07919
591541, and mention you heard it on 103 The Eye.
The Quorn point-to-point race meeting is
at Garthorpe on Saturday. 29 April. The first race is at 1.30 pm. Entry for
spectators is £10 per person, under 16s free. Car parking is free – unless
in the premium car park. Details on
An art exhibition and craft fair is
being held by the Rotary Clubs of Bingham, Radcliffe-on-Trent and the Vale
of Belvoir at the Grange Hall, Radcliffe-on-Trent on Saturday and Sunday,
29-30 April from 10 am. Artwork and photography will be on sale,
refreshments will be available and there’s a display of children’s artwork.
Admission is free. Proceeds will go to the Community First Responders and
local charities. Details from 01949 859090 or 07917 884111.
Bellars Group of Artists are holding their 36th annual exhibition on
Saturday and Sunday, 29-30 April and Monday, 1 May from 10 am each day at
the village hall. Entry is free but donations towards the Dove Cottage Day
Hospice are welcome.
The Melton Artisan Cheese Fair takes place at Melton Cattle Market on
Saturday and Sunday, 29-30 April from 10 am until 4 pm. Entry is £5 on the
gate, under 16s free. Details on
Mayor and Mayoress, Councillor David Wright and his wife Maureen, are
hosting a charity event at Belvoir Castle on Saturday, 29 April from 7 pm.
There will be a reception with champagne and canapés, a tour of the state
rooms, and live entertainment. Tickets are £35 in aid of the Mayor’s Appeal
for the RAINBOWS Children’s Hospice and Melton First Responders. Details on
The first craft
and retro arts fair will be held in Melton Market Place on Sunday, 30 April
from 10 am to 4 pm. Stalls are bookable at £10 on Melton 480234.
The Rotary Club of Melton Aurora presents the Scalford Olympecs Family Fun
Day at Scalford Village Hall on Sunday, 30 April from 11
am. There will be Olympec hen racing as well as craft stalls, music, tombola
and raffle, pony rides, stalls, music from 103 The Eye, plus a barbeque and other refreshments. Entry and
parking is free. Proceeds will go to local charities. Details on Melton
The garden of Hedgehog Hall, Tilton-on-the-Hill, will be open on Sunday, 30
April and Monday, 1 May from 11 am until 4.30 pm in aid of the National
Gardens Scheme which benefits nine national charities. For details see
Mowbray Town Estate is holding an open day with family activities at its
Sysonby Acres Sportsground on Asfordby Road on Bank Holiday Monday, 1 May
from 10 am until 4 pm. Admission is free and you can try footgolf, golf and
bowls, also at no charge. There’s also children’s face painting,
competitions with prizes and music from 103 The Eye. Refreshments will be on
sale. For information phone Melton 567846.
A fundraising top table sale in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care is taking
place at Grimston Village Hall on Monday, 1 May from 10 am to 2 pm. To book
a table, price £5, phone Melton 813088. Admission is £1 for adults, children
There will be more than 100 stalls at Denton Street Market on Monday, 1 May
from 10 am until 4 pm. Attractions also include displays and organ music in
the church, Maypole dancing, and hot and cold food.
Arthur Payne from Melton Mowbray Photographic Society is the guest speaker
at Melton Sage Cross Methodist Ladies Club’s meeting at Sage Cross on
Wednesday, 3 May at 1.45 for 2 pm. Newcomers are welcome. Phone Melton
Backing Up Your System is the subject at Melton Computer Club's meeting at
Melton Indoor Bowls Club in Leicester Road on Wednesday, 3 May at 7.30 pm.
Newcomers are welcome.
LE13 Nineties presents The Ultimate 90s Party Night at the Market Tavern in
Melton on Friday, 5 May, supporting LOROS, the Leicestershire Hospice.
Tickets from Icon Music or see Facebook.
Trading Group is holding a fashion show at the Samworth Centre in Burton
Street on Saturday, 6 May at 7.30 for 7.45 pm. Fair Trade ensures that
producers in developing countries receive a fair price for goods they
produce, so they can raise living standards for their families. Tickets for
the show are £5, available from the Fair Trading Post or by calling 07585
809430 or 07976 244349.
Eastwell History Group are organising a walk on the trackbed of the former
Eastwell Ironstone Railway from White Lodge to Branston on Wednesday, 10
May. To join in, phone Melton 568495.
There’s an opportunity to see the renovation work in progress at St Mary’s
Church, Melton, at an open evening being held on Saturday, 13 May at 6.45
for 7 pm. Team parish rector, the Reverend Kevin Ashby will give an
illustrated talk which will be followed by guided tours of the building.
Tickets are £10, including a glass of wine and a light buffet. Proceeds will
go towards the project cost. Phone Melton 565798.
Melton Mowbray Rotary Club is holding a quiz for teams of four people at
Melton Royal British Legion Club on Thursday, 18 May at 7.30 pm. The
quizmaster is Richard Angrave. Tickets are £10 per person including a hot
supper. To book, phone Melton 565798. Proceeds will go towards the charity
Just A Drop which provides clean water and sanitation in third world
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