Here’s a list of things to do this weekend without joining the traffic jams:
WILDLIFE TRUST SPRING FAIR
for plants and books. Tea, coffee & cakes available, nature tables, Trust goods and leaflets about wildlife gardening. From 10am to 12 noon on Saturday 29th May at St. Peter’s Rooms, Church Street.
RUDDINGTON VILLAGE MUSEUM
is open on Monday 31st May between 2.30pm and 5pm. See the Edwardian chip shop, pharmacist & farm implements, telephone exchange & toy shop, school room, ironmonger and cobbler. Adults £1.50, concessions £1, children 50p. Also open on Thursday 3rd June between 2.30pm and 5pm.
EXHIBITION & SALE OF PAINTINGS AND CREATIVE TEXTILES
from Saturday 29th to Monday 31st May, 11am to 4pm at the Framework Knitters Museum. Free entry to this & to the museum for this event only.
“CELEBRITY SOCKS” EXHIBITION
at the Framework Knitter’s Museum has been extended! There is a competition for visitors to try to win the pair of their choice by trying to match the socks with their celebrity owners for just £1. Due to popular demand, both the exhibition and the competiton will now continue until 27th June. For information on opening times, admission fees, etc. – visit www.rfkm.org
– an opportunity to meet with your local officers outside the Co-op store to discuss issues about your area – Saturday 29th May between 1pm and 1.30pm
GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY
at Ruddington. Trains running on Saturday, Sunday and Monday 29th to 31st May. See www.gcrn.co.uk for times and prices.
Ruddington Parish Council cannot be held responsible for any event which is not as advertised above. We are dependent on information supplied to us by the event holder and suggest that you contact the organiser to confirm any relevant details before attending.