Events Calendar

PLEASE BEWARE MOST RUDDINGTON EVENTS ARE NOW CANCELLED or POSTPONED due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic – but not all organisers have officially informed us. Thanks.

Apr
8
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Apr 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Apr
10
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

Apr
21
Tue
Ruddington Parish Council – 2020 Annual Meeting – CANCELLED @ St Peter's Rooms
Apr 21 @ 7:30 pm

Villagers are encouraged to attend to have their say on what’s happening in our village – by asking questions about Parish Council activities and making statements on other agenda items.

This Annual Meeting is being held in St Peter’s Rooms starting at 7.30pm and will be followed by the usual Parish Council Meeting.

You can access this and other forthcoming council meeting agendas >>HERE<<.

May
8
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
May 8 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

May
11
Mon
Henry Normal in Ruddington – CANCELLED @ Ruddington Library
May 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

UPDATE: 18th MARCH 2020
Very sadly his appearances here and elsewhere have now been cancelled due to the COVID-19 #Coronavirus pandemic.

Ruddington Library will be closed until further notice after Saturday 21st March.


Villagers can look forward to something extra-special this spring, as local poet, writer and award-winning TV and film producer Henry Normal brings his funny and accessible poetry to Ruddington Library.

Co-writer of The Royle Family and producer of Gavin and Stacey, Nottingham’s own Henry Normal is coming here to present “a one-hour show packed with fun, poetry, jokes, stories and more!”

His tour of Nottinghamshire libraries is part of Nottingham Poetry Festival 2020.

Henry told RUDDINGTON.info: “I’m doing a FREE gig at EVERY Nottinghamshire Library during April and May – that’s sixty libraries! I don’t think it’s ever been done before. Each event will be 60 minutes and include a guest poet from Nottinghamshire and a poem read from up to 3 people in the audience.”

The Ruddington guest will be poet, performer, playwright and Left Lion journalist Bridie Squires.

There’s more information at www.inspireculture.org.uk/HenryNormal.

As tickets are FREE, advance booking is strongly advised.

Ruddington library is the venue
May
13
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
May 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

May
28
Thu
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 28 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

May
29
Fri
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 29 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

May
30
Sat
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 30 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

May
31
Sun
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 31 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

Jun
10
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Jun 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Jun
12
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
Jun 12 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

Jun
13
Sat
Ruddington Councillors’ Surgery @ St Peter's Rooms
Jun 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

This is your monthly opportunity to go along and speak with your County and Borough Councillors about local issues. No appointment is necessary.

A Ruddington Parish Parish Councillor will also usually be present and, occasionally, a representative from Rushcliffe Police. Please check the force’s social media before attending, to make sure, should you wish to raise policing concerns. You can also find details of “Beat Surgeries” held in Ruddington Library >>HERE<<.

Jul
8
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Jul 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Jul
10
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
Jul 10 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

Jul
11
Sat
Ruddington Councillors’ Surgery @ St Peter's Rooms
Jul 11 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

This is your monthly opportunity to go along and speak with your County and Borough Councillors about local issues. No appointment is necessary.

A Ruddington Parish Parish Councillor will also usually be present and, occasionally, a representative from Rushcliffe Police. Please check the force’s social media before attending, to make sure, should you wish to raise policing concerns. You can also find details of “Beat Surgeries” held in Ruddington Library >>HERE<<.

Aug
12
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Aug 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Sep
9
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Sep 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Sep
11
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
Sep 11 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

Sep
12
Sat
Ruddington Councillors’ Surgery @ St Peter's Rooms
Sep 12 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

This is your monthly opportunity to go along and speak with your County and Borough Councillors about local issues. No appointment is necessary.

A Ruddington Parish Parish Councillor will also usually be present and, occasionally, a representative from Rushcliffe Police. Please check the force’s social media before attending, to make sure, should you wish to raise policing concerns. You can also find details of “Beat Surgeries” held in Ruddington Library >>HERE<<.

Oct
9
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
Oct 9 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

Oct
10
Sat
Ruddington Councillors’ Surgery @ St Peter's Rooms
Oct 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

This is your monthly opportunity to go along and speak with your County and Borough Councillors about local issues. No appointment is necessary.

A Ruddington Parish Parish Councillor will also usually be present and, occasionally, a representative from Rushcliffe Police. Please check the force’s social media before attending, to make sure, should you wish to raise policing concerns. You can also find details of “Beat Surgeries” held in Ruddington Library >>HERE<<.

Oct
14
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Oct 14 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Nov
8
Sun
Remembrance Day Services @ War Memorial & St Peter's Church
Nov 8 @ 10:45 am – 11:30 am

On the Sunday nearest to Armistice Day, the uniformed groups in the village parade from The Green to the War Memorial, led by the Boys Brigade Band. A short service is held at the War Memorial, which is followed by a full service at St Peter’s Church.

Church Street will be closed between approximately 10.00am and 11.30am, which will affect NCT’s Green 10C bus. The Ruddington Green, Chapel Street and Church Street stops will not be served so please use alternative stops on Kirk Lane or Easthorpe Street instead.

The actual anniversary is also observed at the War Memorial on Church Street at 11.00am on the 11th November each year, in the form of a 2 minute silence by members of the Ruddington & District Branch of the Royal British Legion.

Nov
11
Wed
Armistice Day Two Minute Silence @ Ruddington War Memorial
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am

The anniversary is observed at the War Memorial on Church Street at 11.00am on the 11th November each year, in the form of a 2 minute silence by members of the Ruddington & District Branch of the Royal British Legion.

Service of Remembrance
On the Sunday nearest to Armistice Day, the uniformed groups in the village parade from The Green to the War Memorial, led by the Boys Brigade Band. A short service is held at the War Memorial, which is followed by a full service at St Peter’s Church.

Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Nov 11 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Nov
13
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
Nov 13 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

Nov
14
Sat
Ruddington Councillors’ Surgery @ St Peter's Rooms
Nov 14 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

This is your monthly opportunity to go along and speak with your County and Borough Councillors about local issues. No appointment is necessary.

A Ruddington Parish Parish Councillor will also usually be present and, occasionally, a representative from Rushcliffe Police. Please check the force’s social media before attending, to make sure, should you wish to raise policing concerns. You can also find details of “Beat Surgeries” held in Ruddington Library >>HERE<<.

Dec
9
Wed
Ruddington Art & Craft Society Meeting @ The Next Episode
Dec 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

All amateur artists and crafters are welcome to the the meetings of the new Ruddington Art & Craft Society on the second Wednesday of the month at The Next Episode on Dutton’s Hill.

It’s a place to learn new skills and encourage local talent from our village and the surrounding areas. Anyone with an interest in art and creativity is welcome to attend these educational sessions, practical demonstrations and discussions.

2020 PROGRAMME:

WED 12th FEB: “Into the Woods Acrylic Painting”
Debs will demonstrate how to create a monochrome painting of trees.

WED 11th MAR: “Unlock Your Potential” by Ken Marsden
Ken will encourage artists to “do different things”.

WED 8th APR: “Portrait Drawing”
By Helen.

WED 13th MAY: “Digital Art”
By Paul.

WED 10th JUN: “Perspective Drawing”
By Chris.

WED 8th JUL: “Meeting & Presentation”
Info to follow.

Further 2020 dates to be confirmed…

You’re invited to take along supplies and have a go! There’s a fee of £5.00 for non members or you can become a member for £40 a year. You’re asked to email ruddingtonacsociety@gmail.com if you’re planning to attend, please.

A group gathering in The Next Episode

You can read how the society came about >>HERE<<.

Dec
11
Fri
East Midlands’ Western Front Association Meeting @ St Peter's Rooms
Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm

The Midlands (East) Branch of the Western Front Association meets on the second Friday of each month (except in August) at St Peter’s Rooms.

Meetings start at 7.00pm and include a guest speaker from around 7.30pm who will cover a topic related to the First World War.

FRI 10th JANUARY:
“Military Mining & the La Boiselle Project” – Colin Winn

FRI 14th FEBRUARY:
“They Called it a Town for Four Winters” – Mike Price

FRI 13th MARCH:
“The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home” – Tony Davies

FRI 10th APRIL:
“Entente Cordially” – Paul Handford

FRI 8th MAY:
“Hartlebury V.A.D” – Doug Smith

FRI 12th JUNE:
“Aftermath” – Prof. John Derry

Organisers say: “Everyone’s welcome!”

You can find further updates their Facebook page >>HERE<<.

Dec
12
Sat
Ruddington Councillors’ Surgery @ St Peter's Rooms
Dec 12 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

This is your monthly opportunity to go along and speak with your County and Borough Councillors about local issues. No appointment is necessary.

A Ruddington Parish Parish Councillor will also usually be present and, occasionally, a representative from Rushcliffe Police. Please check the force’s social media before attending, to make sure, should you wish to raise policing concerns. You can also find details of “Beat Surgeries” held in Ruddington Library >>HERE<<.