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September 2003

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Warsop Carnival

Yes Folks! The Carnival came to Warsop and went with a BANG as we revelled in another hugely successful weekend. On Saturday Skateboard Heaven proved extremely popular attracting large numbers of skateboarders to Warsop’s premiere skatepark (some participants came from Sheffield, Doncaster and Kirkby-in-Ashfield). As well as Skateboard demonstrations and competitions, the afternoon included Extreme Wheels Roadshow and live local group Monkey Fist proved a popular hit.

Sunday 5th July saw the main event, kick off early with a 7 aside mini soccer tournament (thanks to the help of Warsop Wanderers) at 9am. By 11am our parade assembled along Robin Hood Avenue and what a parade it was – By far our biggest and most exciting to date – A massive thank you to all our float entrants and Bowring Transport for helping with the lorries and drivers. The huge crowds that lined the parade route were entertained by some great marching bands - particularly The Derbyshire Midshipmen – and they all saw the GIANT CATERPILLAR – it was the size of a house – for those who missed it, you will have to be content with the photo. Warsop Carnival

The afternoon was jam packed full of entertainment from the Essex Dog Display Team, The Horsemen of the Apocalypse to West Lives and Lounge Kings, from Gerry Cottle and Confederates of Derby to Pop Idol and Thoresby Junior Brass Band, from Mrs. McBeth’s Hostile Bid and Shifting Sands to Classic Car Show and Monkey Fist add all that to the fairground, flower show, pony rides, train rides, quad bikes, bouncing castles and slides, helicopter flights and the duck race and we had a great day – Oh yes, the weather wasn’t bad either! I will leave you to remember your own Carnival Day with a collection of photos.

Carnival Princesses/Princes
Rianne Nettleship, age 11, Birklands Primary School
Jodie Lockwood, age 7, Hetts Lane Infant and Nursery School
Lucy Brown, age 7, Sherwood Junior School
Michaels White, age 9, Church Vale Primary School
Rebecca Bennett, age 7, Netherfield Infants School
Jane Avison, age 8, Reserve (Sherwood Junior School)
Jamie-Lee Childerley, age 7, Reserve (Birklands Primary School)
Carnival Queen
Samantha Lilley, age 17, Meden Comprehensive School
Carnival queen and princesses
1st Juniors – Sherwood & Hetts Lane Schools
Runner-up Juniors – Meden Under 5’s
1st Seniors – Rob Recycling Ollerton & Boughton
Runner-up Seniors – Friends of the Carrs
Floats – Overall Winner
Sherwood & Hetts Lane Schools
Carnival float

Our sixteenth Carnival 2003 is now over but already the small band of people known as the Warsop Carnival Committee are already planning next years Carnival. Yes, our seventeenth Carnival will be on SUNDAY 4th JULY, 2004 and believe it or not we have already booked some fantastic main arena entertainment.

I’ll tell you more about it later but in the meantime we have organised a great evening of entertainment at Cuckney Cricket Club on SATURDAY 4th OCTOBER, 2004. THE REAL THING head up a great 70’s themed night, this original band featuring Chris and Eddie Amoo had 3 massive No.1 hits with ‘You To Me Are Everything’, ‘Can’t Get By Without You’ and ‘Feel The Force’ AND ARE NOT TO BE MISSED!

Fancy dress is optional as we look to raise funds for next year’s event by dancing into the wee small hours - bar licensed till 1am. Tickets are priced at £12.50 and are on sale now at various locations, including Wetton’s Butchers, see the posters around the Parish. DON’T DELAY, this will be a SELL OUT!

During the evening we will be making the draw for the winning prize ticket on our CARNIVAL GRAND PRIZE DRAW. This year we have had some fantastic prizes donated with the 1st Prize of a holiday to CYPRUS courtesy of SUNRISE VILLAS and we must thank SUNRISE VILLAS for this very generous gesture. 2nd Prize is 4 first class return rail tickets to London courtesy of MIDLAND MAINLINE. With many more fantastic prizes on offer this is your chance to win something of real value whilst supporting next years Carnival and local charity groups.

Prize Draw Tickets are on sale at £1 each in a variety of locations such as Wettons Butchers, the Clerks Office, Warsop Town Hall and also through Charity Groups including A.T.C., Boys Brigade, Scouts, St. Johns, Schools etc. PLEASE HELP – BUY A TICKET – Who knows you could be on you way to a super villa in CYPRUS with flights included – for just A QUID!!!!!! Andy Wetton Chairman, Warsop Carnival Committee

carnival float



Horseman act
Horseman act

The Warsop Roadrunner

Since my injury in The Great North Run, I ran in the Manchester Inter City Run – time 54mins 35secs, The Ranby Prison Run – time 55mins and The Mansfield Stars & Stripes Half Marathon – time 2 hours. On September 14th I will run the Robin Hood Half Marathon and on 21st September The Great North Run Half Marathon, in which I shall be running for Beech Hill School for children with special needs. In 2004 I shall run in the Flora London Marathon a month before
my 65th birthday. Anyone wishing to make a donation, please contact me.

Thank you - George Price of 7 Cherry Grove, Warsop Tel: 01623 843339

Hard to Reach Groups Project

Are you fed up of decisions being made without people asking your opinion? Then the Hard to Reach Groups Project could help you out. The Project is funded by the Community Empowerment Fund and was set up to support members of voluntary and community groups. This is your chance to make an impact on decisions made about the Mansfield Area. The Project has just appointed a new Support Officer, Penny Altham, who will be working with groups to support them in going to meetings so that their voice can be heard. Penny is working alongside Kay Philby, Administrator, who would both welcome a call from you if you think they can help. We are interested to hear if there are any barriers which stop you getting to local meetings. Do you have language difficulties which stop you going along? Or do you know where meetings are and how to get involved?

There are Community and Voluntary Sector Forum meetings for any member of a group that is based in the Mansfield District. They meet every few months to talk about difficulties people in the community are faced with. Representatives from these meetings then go to other meetings to pass on the views of the whole group. These are Local Strategic Partnership meetings (the Mansfield Area Strategic Partnership) where decisions are made about your local services, education and local environment. The CVSF is your chance to really make a difference! We will support you every step of the way if you want to get involved. We can give you information before and after meetings to make things easier to understand. There is also plenty of training or informal courses that we can direct you to, so you can build on your current skills. We are particularly interested in getting in touch with groups of young people who may not usually get involved. Please give us a call for more information on 01623 624655, email htrgp@hotmail.com or call into Park Road Resource Centre, Mansfield Woodhouse.

Book reviewMan and Wife

Tony Parsons

This is the follow-up to Man and Boy and is just as good, if not even better. Harry is now on his second marriage and has also inherited a step-daughter. Harry’s own son, Pat, goes to live with his mother and her second husband and Harry is devastated when she announces that she is taking Pat to live in

America. The whole book is about the relationships between second families and the pressures that are put on “second” families when step-children and grandparents are involved. It is quite amusing in places, has a happy ending and I suspect a lot of people will be able to relate to it !

Warsop allotment and leisure gardenersSecretary: Reg Freeman
Tel: 01623 842232


New seasons vegetable and flower catalogues are now available from the sales shed - the seed prices are discounted for members and in addition the association benefits for each order placed. Contact the Secretary.

Autumn sown onion sets are now available. The Association is a member of the Mansfield Area Garden Association together with Shirebrook, Mansfield Woodhouse and Skegby and all members can attend the quarterly meetings. The next meeting is at Shirebrook on the 16th September in the Miners Welfare, this club has been recently renovated and a warm welcome will be given to all members attending. Refreshments are provided, a raffle and a speaker. A produce show can also be entered. Further details from the Secretary
or Sales Shed. A chance to have a convivial night out with fellow gardeners, ladies and gentlemen.

There are vacant allotments available now which can be prepared for autumn sown products, broad beans, onions and spring cabbage for example. Annual rents from as little as £10. Enquire at the Sales Shed or phone the Secretary, Reg Freeman on 842232 Nominations are required for the positions of Secretary, Treasurer, Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Committee members by 14th October. Details to the Secretary.

Bob Moody's bird news

June to Mid July 2003


On the 25th November 2002, Mrs Smith of Ashton in Makerfield, Wigan, was out walking in Oldham, Greater Manchester when she saw a ringed Mute Swan. She noted the ring number and notified the British Trust for Ornithology. On the 15th January 2003 the same Mrs Smith was again out walking, this time she was at Thrybergh Country Park at Rotherham. She again noticed a ringed Mute Swan and, once again she sent the details off to the BTO. Both of these birds were ringed on the same day, (15th August 1999) by Birklands ringing group on water near to Warsop, and both were of the same brood. I cannot help but be totally amazed at the coincidence involved in this chain of events. What are the odds of Mrs Smith travelling from her home in Lancashire and finding and reporting a sibling of her previous find? It is also nice to know, that local birds are adding to the national stock of Swans.

Other ringing results have also been arriving recently. A locally ringed Sand Martin travelled down to Africa and returned the following year and was found alive and well at a gravel pit at St Neots in Cambridge. Also a local Tawny Owl was ringed as a juvenile; it left the nest and travelled to Norwood in Derbyshire. Unfortunately this bird did not do so well as it was hit by a train and was killed. A Siskin, ringed on the 9th March 02 at Meden Vale, flew to Hammeron in Sweden, a distance of 1122 km. Not bad for a bird that weighs just over 12g.

A Chaffinch from Meden Vale has decided on some sea air and has moved to Burgh Castle at Great Yarmouth. I was grateful to Brian Nutthall recently when he opened up Sookholme Church in order that a group of walkers from Hucknall and Bestwood Country Park could look around. At the end of Brian’s tour we were delighted to see the local Barn Owl make an appearance; it swooped low over our heads as it quartered the hedgerows in the half light of evening and in typical ghostly fashion.

Mick Crookes has witnessed the successful fledging of a Cuckoo, this individual was raised by a Blackbird in a hedge in Mick’s garden. I was reading recently that the list of known Cuckoo hosts (birds that Cuckoos choose to lay their eggs in) has now reached something like 35 species.

Adrian Hardy sent me a fascinating account of his bird watching in Oz, from lizard eating Kookaburras to exotic Kingfishers and yet I still get the feeling that Adrian enjoys his own little patch in our fair village, incidentally if anyone would like to forward any details of any birds or anything pertaining to wildlife on their travels I would be pleased to hear from them. I am just back from walking along the coastal path of Brittany and it was there that I saw my first Painted Lady butterfly of the year. On my return Peter Spencer had left me a message that he too had seen one this year, his butterfly had turned up in Cuckney. These beautiful insects are migrants from the continent and it may be that this year will be a Painted Lady year.

Common Lizard are being reported in heathland areas, especially on the warmer days they can be seen basking in the sunshine. If anyone is interested in Heaths, open grassland and woodland, or old colliery winding engines then I have just the event for you, on Sunday 14th September Bestwood Country Park is hosting an event called ‘From Coal to Conservation’ there will be trips around the old Headstocks of Bestwood Colliery led by an ex mining engineer, Rangers will be leading guided walks on the old pit tip to look at the recolonisation by nature, The Bestwood Black Diamonds Brass Band together with the Knights of Harmony Male Voice Choir and many other stalls and entertainers will be there. I have been charged with putting all this together so it would be great to see a few Warsop people on the day.

I usually end by thanking everyone for their reports and say keep them coming but I have just been reading about a birdwatcher who, like me, puts a few notes down for his local journal, it seems he made a mistake on one of his reports and gave a wrong location for a rare bird and he is now being sued for misinformation. Can I end by saying? ‘Every effort has been made to ensure that any information with regard to sighting of birds is accurate. Also, and to safeguard against any future actions which may threaten my financial or physical status, readers should note that anything in my report are intended to bear no reference to any person living or dead. Or anyone who has the wherewithal to go to litigation.
Best Wishes, - Bob Moody - 55 George Street, or email: bobmoody@btopenworld.com

Innerwheel club
Inner Wheel Club of Warsop

July 2003
President Mrs. Marjorie Zillwood lit the Friendship candle and welcomed members and guests to the July meeting at the Hostess Restaurant, Nettleworth.
President of Warsop Rotary Club Rotn. G. Goodman
brought greetings. Mrs. Zillwood presented cheques
for £2,300 to Mrs. Caroline Hoare for the Rainbow
Children’s Hospice and also £500 to Mr. Hugh Ashton
for the Warsop Oaklands Centre. Altogether £3,675
has been raised by the club for charity during the year.
Mrs. Zillwood then thanked the executive committee
for their help and support during the year and then
presented the new President Mrs. Jean Nock with
her chain of office and wished her a happy and
successful year. Mrs. Nock presented Mrs. Zillwood
with her past President’s badge and gave officer
badges to Vice President Mrs. Sue Lunn, Treasurer
Mrs. Pat Lyons, Overseas Officer Mrs. Lesley Palmer
and Club Correspondent Mrs. Doreen Granger. Mrs.
Nock’s charity for the coming year is Diabetes U.K.
Mrs. Sun Lunn read the charter invitations and
correspondence. Mrs. Pat Lyons presented the
Treasurer’s report. Mrs. Lesley Palmer gave the
overseas service report and Mrs. Margaret Huddlestone the almoner’s report.
D.Granger- Club Correspondent


The name Spion Kop originates from South Africa and the battle
there during the Boer War. After leaving Warsop the hill leading
down into Spion Kop is named Majubah Hill (not sure if this
is spelt correctly). The bungalow on the right at the bottom
of the hill is Mosscar Bungalow also names from the Boer War.
Barry Poxon

Our village of Spion Kop was named in honour of Major General
John Talbot Coke JP. The Major along with his family had long
associations with Mansfield and Mansfield Woodhouse. His
father was Colonel Edward Thomas Coke of Debdale Hall.
Major General Talbot entered the army at the age of 17 and
served for 42 years, he served with some distinction in the
South African War of 1899-1900 (The Boer War). On the 23rd
January 1900 he and his soldiers defended a place in South
Africa called Spoin Kop, it is his victory in this battle that resulted
in Spion Kop being named in his honour. Major General Coke
was born in August 1841 at Brimington Hall and he died in
February 1912 aged 91.
Mrs. Helen Wood

May I add my final piece to WHO KNOWS (2). Thank you
Tania for printing the photograph of the painting by Eddie Moss
of the burning Lancaster Bomber in 1945. It is good to hear
that it is still with his family. I remember Eddie telling of the
whistle belonging to one of the crew, which was attached to
the painting.
Barry Poxon.

Air cadetsAir Cadet Logo
So Much To Do... So Little Time!
This is traditionally the ‘busy’ time of the year as we try to make the most of the summer months. Sometimes there is more to do than we have time or staff for. So what has been keeping us busy? Well apart from normal Squadron nights which include sports, shooting, lessons, training and other activities, we have taken place in competitions, charity events, sports events, fundraising, the Warsop Carnival and visited an Air Show. Not bad for a few weeks is it?

The picture shows the senior team that we entered into the Welbeck Pentathalon competition at Welbeck College. This is an annual event organised and run by the staff and cadets of the College and attracts teams from all over the country. Cadet Rylance is being caught by the rest of the team as he dives through a small hole in a ‘letter box’ net. It is an initiative test where you have to get your team through the net safely but by observing rules that do not allow you to use the easy holes more than once. They help each other through but there is always the one left that cannot be helped. Solution? A running dive and trust in your team members!

We also entered a junior team with both of them comimg in the top 12. Well done. WO John Kirkland and Civilian Instructor Karen Knowles took cadets to the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) at RAF Fairford recently along with thousands of cadets and youth organisations from around the country. The low cloud did not allow most of the aircraft to fly on the day but the ground shows and RAF supports were very good.

The Carnival is always a very big part of our year with staff, cadets, civilian committee members and parents all getting involved to make it a good day. Apart from the Tea and Cake stall we have a very popular Bottle Tombola, some games and a recruitment stand as well as parading the banner in front of the procession of floats. This year we also had the opportunity to sell ‘Ducks’ to the public for the Duck Race. One of our tickets picked up the first prize of £100! One of our biggest tasks though is manning and running the main car park. We start this on Saturday by putting all the fencing and signs up and then spent 7 hours on Sunday selling car park spaces.The above carnival events netted us about £970. Thank you to all those people who have supported us through all of our fundraising events. We would struggle without the continued support of the kind people of Market Warsop.

So what should you expect from us in the next issue? Well next week we embark on two (yes…two) full week camps. I am taking five cadets on summer camp to RAF Valley on the Isle of Anglesey with 49 other cadets from around the Wing and WO John Wilkinson is leading the rest of the Squadron to a full (and tiring) week of activities in the woods of Proteus camp near Ollerton. I look forward to telling you all about it. Don’t forget: Sqn nights are Wednesday and Friday from 7pm to 9pm on Carr Lane Warsop. Flt Lt Paul Colley. Tel: 01623 845139. email: p.colley@kostal.com

COMMUNITY FUND Lottery money making a difference
Serving the communities of: Market Warsop, Church Warsop, Warsop Vale, Meden Vale and Spion Kop

The Warsop Parish Regeneration Agency is an independent community organisation dedicated to the renewal of all the areas that make up the Parish of Warsop. It was created in 1992 by a group of local people from all walks of life who has a desire to help other local people. We are funded by the Community Fund to support community groups and individuals throughout the parish to develop and implement projects that will help improve the area in which they live. We can help you:
• Develop a project to meet a need identified by the community
• Raise funds through grants and donations to pay for a project
• Get in touch with the right people to move your project forward
• Put an idea into practice
• Develop your group
• Publicise your activities
• Spread your ideas to the wider community
• And much more!
If you have an idea that you think will benefit the place where you live but don’t know what to do next, come and have a chat with us or drop us a line at:
WPRA, 22 Sherwood Street, Market Warsop, Mansfield, Notts,
NG20 0JW. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 9.00am and 2.00pm.
We are also open at other times throughout the week so if you’re in Warsop drop in for a chat
(we’re opposite the video shop), Alternatively give us a ring on 01623 840005 or email us at wpra@btclick.com

Photo of Warsop Church

  • Rector: Rev. Kathryn Herrod The Rectory, Church Road, Church Warsop
    Tel: 01623 843290
  • Curate: Rev. Mark Cantrill
    Heather Villa 23 Main Road Blidworth
    Tel: 01623 460978
  • Reader: Miss Pat Brewin
    8 Burnt Oak Close,
    Mansfield Woodhouse
    Tel: 01623 424116
  • Reader: Mrs Joan Wright
    36 Netherfield Lane,
    Meden Vale
    Tel: 01623 845813
For all enquiries and requests please contact the Rector

Services at Warsop Parish Church


      • 9.30am The Family Communion
      • 9.25am Junior Church in the Parish Centre
      • 9.30am The Family Eucharist

On the 4th Sunday of the month this service is a family service and we are joined by junior church.
Services at Sookholme
11.15am Holy Eucharist (1st and 3rd Sundays)
Weekday Communion Services
Wednesday 10.00am Anglican Communion in the Methodist Chapel on Clumber Street.
All are welcome.
Weddings and Baptisms
To book a wedding or a baptism, please come to the church office in the Parish Centre any Tuesday evening between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. You don’t need an appointment just turn up. Baptism preparation will be held monthly and baptisms will take place by arrangement.

Those who have died

Jesse Hollingworth
Ronald Lee
Wilfred Baldwin
Mary Taylor
Lindsay Murray McLean
Roy Davey
Timothy John Thomas Wall
Helen Waggott
George Henry Shaw
Beckett Smith
Ralph Ainscough
Ronald Turner
Alfred Ernest Parker
Jean Margaret Everett
Eric Blower
Albert Edward Fish
Esmond Crookes
Reginald Madin


Megan Carol Dring
Rikki-Lee Mark Hodgson
Joe Wayde Slaney
Chelsea Rose Knowles
Hollie-Mae Dove
Katie Leigh Gardbett


Michael Robert Clerke -Tracy Ann Blower
Craig Parkes - Sharon Mills
Paul Anthony White - Kerry Anne Marsh
Lee Mark Siddle - Rachel Wright
Stuart Jon Cantrell - Rachael Tennant
Paul Jonathan Tagg - Melanie Betts
Andrew Stevens - Gemma Lee
Matthew David Ashlee - Kate Louise Elrick
Richard Andrew Mark Smith - Claire Louise Chapman
John Hibberd - Lisa Ruth Van Ham
Paul Fearn - Alison Victoria Richmond
Kevin James Dickson - Clare Evans
Karl Jepson - Joanne Hume

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Wetton's (Est 1951)

Purveyor's of quality meats and fine foods
Specalising in local barley fed beef
and selected Scotch beef
Barbeque time is here again!

11B Sherwood Street, Warsop
Tel: 842138

  • Sycamores & Poplars.
    Ashbourne Ltd Care Centres
    High Street, Warsop

    Situated in the centre of Warsop close to local shops and amenities, these care centres provide:
  • Residential and nursing care
  • Permanent and respite care
  • Day Care
  • Traditional home-cooked meals
  • Specialist equipment to meet individual care needs
  • Social activities, bingo, trips to local tourist sites
  • Hairdressing and chiropody services.
    Contact Catherine Alnajjar Tel: 846446/847303

Middleton News
33 High Street, Warsop
Newspaper deliveries, stationery, sweets
Tel: 842281

Town Hall, Church Street, Warsop NG20 0AL Tel: 846011 Fax: 846012 E-mail tbarlow@warsop.gov.uk

Monday 15th September
Monday 20th October
Monday 17th November

All parish Council Meetings are open to the public and are held in the Council Chamber in the Town Hall and commence at 6.30pm
Minutes of the meetings are published on Warsop Web>>>

Superintendent Minister
Rev. Paul Hill Tel: 01623 623192
Minister Rev. David Greenaway Tel: 01623 860354
Sunday Service 9.30am
Coffee mornings every Saturday 10am - 12pm
Preachers for September
7th Mr. Simon Hurrell
14th Rev. David Greenaway
Holy Communion
21st Dr. Charles McLaughlin
28th Mr. Philip Johnson
Warsop Methodist Church

Preachers for September
7th 6pm Rev. D.Green
Holy Communion
14th 6pm Rev. P.Hill
Harvest Festival
21st 6pm Mr. D.a Pollitt
28th 10.45am Mr. B. Richmond
Family Service
No evening service
Harvest Supper Monday 15th September 6.30pm
Followed by sale of produce.

Carter Lane, Church Warsop
Tel: 01246 827244
Come and hear the truth of the Bible…..
Sunday 10.45am Breaking Bread
2.30pm Sunday School
6.30pm Gospel Service
Tuesday 7.00pm Young People’s Meeting
Wednesday 7.00pm Bible Study and Prayer Meeting
St. Theresa’s Parish Hall
Available for hire for all functions
The hall is suitable for birthdays, weddings and parties of all descriptions, jumble sales, talks, etc., and a Parish Social Programme is developing.
For hall bookings contact one of the Sisters
Tel: 01623 845091


Title - Warsop Footpaths and Countryside GroupOur next walk will be around Holmfirth in Yorkshire on Saturday 20th September. This area is famous for the Last of the Summer Wine TV series. The walk is about 7 to 8 miles and is quite steep at the start but easy walking afterwards. Due to the length of the journey in the minibus we will be leaving Warsop library at the earlier time of 8:30. If you are planning to join us on this walk please contact us to confirm a place on the bus and to check details.

At this time of year it is worth taking a look at the flowers on the area of the Hills and Holes over the footbridge from the end of Stonebridge Lane. The range of blues and purples from varieties of scabious, knapweed, harebell, vetch and thistle are spectacular. If you need more detailed identification you should consult an expert or a flower book - I am just the bloke who cuts them down when they grow too close to edges of the footpaths! Seriously, I am one of many people who derives a great deal of pleasure from the changing patterns of flowers throughout the year on this special part of Warsop.

Sloe gin makers should be having a good year as there seems to be a heavy crop developing this year. A particularly good area is along the blackthorn hedge that has been planted along the edge of the Welbeck pit tip between Meden Vale and Cuckney Hill. This new hedge is growing so well that it is threatening to obstruct the footpath.

There are more flowers becoming established in the area of grassland that this group manages on the part of the Carrs just over the footbridge near the BMX track. Flower species now include cowslips, cranesbills and scabious. There also seem to be more insects and birds in the area.

The trees that we planted are now becoming well established and we have decided not to mow around them this year to encourage wildlife and discourage humans! Around 30 of the hedge plants that were planted by Meden School students appear to be thriving and hopefully a new hedgerow will develop along the edge of the field. We shall be cutting the grassland area in the autumn once annual plants have had a chance to seed. You can contact the Secretary on 01623 846281. WF&CG is a community group whose member share an interest in the countryside. We maintain the public footpath network in Warsop, we undertake conservation projects and we provide information about the local environment.

Length (miles)
20th Sept 03
18th Oct 03
Bolsover to Warsop
15th Nov 03
21st Dec 03
Local Christmas Walk
17th Jan 04
21st Feb 04
Peak District
20th March 04

Meet outside Warsop Library - You can contact the Secretary on 01623 846281 WF&CG is a community group whose members share an interest in the countryside. We help maintain the public footpath network in Warsop, we undertake conservation projects and we provide information about the local environment.

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