Friday, October 18, 2019
A West Bridgford Brownie’s cool head in an emergency has led to the presentation of Girlguiding Nottinghamshire’s Celtic Cross, a special award given to recognise her exceptional bravery and quick thinking. Clara Cuddington, 9, a member of 10th West Bridgford...
A call has gone out across West Bridgford for a new Owl! 14th West Bridgford Brownies are looking for someone to help run the unit when one of their current leaders – Laura Simmonds, aka ‘Chipmunk’ – moves out...
Under the baton of Music Director Robert Parker, Nottingham Concert Band starts its new term of rehearsals at Jesse Gray School in West Bridgford on Tuesday 5th September. Upcoming public events start with an afternoon on the bandstand in Nottingham's...
Following on from a similar event in January, West Bridgford Air Cadets are holding a recruitment week in May. You need to be in School Year 8 (aged 12+) or above to join. 209 (West Bridgford) Squadron are opening...
A Night Owl is needed urgently in West Bridgford! 14th West Bridgford Brownies are looking for someone to help run the unit when their current Night Owl takes a break later this term. The 18 Brownies – all aged between...
If you are in School Year 8 (aged 12+) or above you can join the Air Cadets! 209 (West Bridgford) Squadron are recruiting -  opening their doors to prospective Cadets on Monday 16th January and Thursday 19th January. The...
Girlguiding is growing in West Bridgford – but needs more volunteers to help it grow even more! Figures just released by Girlguiding Nottinghamshire show that, despite two new Rainbow units having opened in West Bridgford in the last year, there...
The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Photography Society have a number of meetings over the coming months. The group meets at West Bridgford Library and there will be talks with guest speakers each month. Scroll down for further details on individual talks.  
Apple Tree Yard, Louise Doughty’s 2013 tale of a spur-of-the-moment sexual encounter beneath the Houses of Parliament and its tragic consequences, has been named as the escabeche book group’s read for January/February. The escabeche book group will next meet on...
The Luminaries, Eleanor Catton’s 2013 Man Booker Prize-winning tale of a Victorian gold prospector who travels to New Zealand and stumbles into a complex mystery, has been named as the escabeche book group’s read for the Christmas holiday. The escabeche...
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