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Today, 7th

l Coffee, cake and company, St Sebastian’s Church, Great Gonerby, 10am to 11am.

l New Age Kurling, village centre, Great Ponton, 10am.

l Jogging for Beginners - sessions are ideal for beginners, tailor-made for all abilities and free. Meet outer foyer, The Meres leisure centre, Grantham, 10.15am. Further details: 07887 796991.

l WEA Class: American Music, focusing on the development of musical traditions and styles, Belton House, Fridays 10.30am to 12.30pm for five weeks. Fee £33.50 (free for those on certain benefits). For further details ring 01476 563311.

l Grantham Art Club, Manners Street Community Centre, Grantham, 7pm to 9pm. Contact Pauline Stephens (Tel: 01476 567148).

l Bingo (cash prizes), Foston Village Hall, 7.30pm start. Doors open 7pm.

l Linedancing, South Witham Village Hall, Fridays, 7.30pm to 9pm; Wednesdays, 7.30pm to 9pm and Thursdays 2pm to 3.30pm. Admission £2. Contact Sandra (Tel: 07884 437109).

l Social evening and kurling, village centre, Great Ponton, 8pm.

Tomorrow, 8th

l Coffee shop, St Wulfram’s Church, 10am to 1pm.

l Coffee morning, Salvation Army Citadel, London Road, Grantham, 10am to noon.

l Alzheimer’s Society Drop-In information Service, 10am to noon, The George centre, Grantham.

l Coffee morning, ChristChurch, Finkin Street, Grantham, 10am to 11.30am.

l Lincolnshire Family History Society (Grantham branch) Open Day, Harrowby Lane Methodist Church Hall, 10am to 4pm. Anyone wishing to research their ancestors is welcome. Free admission. Contact Mr P. Reichelt (Tel: 01476 567118).

l Concert of Music and Verse with guests The Hi-Notes, School Hall, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Dudley Road, Grantham, 7pm. Free entry and refreshments, collection on the night for St Barnabas Hospice and Macmillan Nurses.

l Bingo, Thames Road Community Centre, Grantham, 7.30pm.

l Horticultural Society bingo, Sewstern Village Hall, 7.30pm start. All welcome.

l Bingo, Aisby Village Hall, 7.30pm.

l Country Music with Tennessee Stud, Woolsthorpe-by-Belvoir Village Hall, 8pm to 11pm. Admission £5 on the door. Contact Jane (Tel: 01476 870907).

Sunday, 9th

l Charity horse ride, starts from Harlaxton, 9am. Adults £15, children 16 years and under £10. All riders welcome. In aid of the Air Ambulance. Further details from Josie (Tel: 07510131800).

l Witham Wheelers Cycling Club, runs leave at 9am from the Market Cross, Grantham. Details: www.withamwheelers.co.uk

l Table-top sale, Carlton Scroop and Normanton on Cliffe Village Hall, 9am to noon. Tables £5 in advance, £6 on the day. Setting up from 8am. Contact sandra.tony@yahoo.co.uk or 01400 250513.

l Rutland Hash House Harriers meet 10am in South Witham, to run, walk or jog. Contact Steve (Tel: 01572 767336).

l Arts and Crafts for Autumn, Leadenham Village Hall, Main Road, 10.30am to 4pm. Free entry, refreshments available.

Monday, 10th

l Toddler Zone, a fun time for parents/carers and pre-school children, Grantham Christian Fellowship Centre, Belton Avenue, 9.30am to 11.30am, £1 per family.

l Support for families with autistic children. Belton Lane Children’s and Community Centre, 10am to noon. Grantham Autistic Information Network (GAIN). Contact Chris Barrs (Tel: 01400 273143).

l Mother and Toddler/Baby Group, Barkston and Syston Village Hall, 10am to 11.30am £1 per family. Contact Louise (Tel: 01400 251414).

l Toddler group for parents/carers and pre-school children, Salvation Army Citadel, London Road, Grantham, 1pm to 3pm, £1 per family. Contact Barbara (Tel: 01476 563773).

l Whist, Grantham Senior Citizens Club, St Catherine’s Road, 1.30pm. Club opens 1pm.

l Jogging for Beginners - sessions are ideal for beginners, tailor-made for all abilities and free. Meet outer foyer, The Meres leisure centre, Grantham, 6.30pm. Further details: 07887 796991.

l Grantham Bridge Club meets for duplicate bridge, Harlaxton Sports and Social Club, 7pm, and Tuesdays. Contact Sandra Dunne (Tel: 01400 230347).

l Bingo, Dry Doddington Village Hall, 7.45pm start. Doors open 7pm.

l Grantham Local History Society, St Wulfram’s Church Hall, 7.30pm. Talk by Malcolm Knapp entitled Wait and Listen. Visitors admission £2, all welcome.

l Colsterworth and District Gardeners and Allotment Holders Association meeting, village hall, 7.15pm. Gardener’s Question Time, members’ competition ‘Pumpkin’. Contact Jo (Tel: 01476 860218).

l Line dance class, village centre, Great Ponton, 7.30pm.

l The Way Forward, a social group for bereaved partners meet at the Ramada Hotel, Swingbridge Road, Grantham, 7.30pm. Contact Maureen (Tel: 07796 364138).

Tuesday, 11th

l Toddler Zone, for parents/carers and pre-school children, Grantham Christian Fellowship Centre, Belton Avenue, 9.30am to 11.30am, £1 per family.

l Social day, Senior Citizens Club, St Catherine’s Road, 9.30am to 1pm.

l Toy Box - parent and toddler group with activities and home-cooked lunch, Harrowby Lane Methodist Church, 11.30am to 1.30pm. Contact Emma (Tel: 07570467180).

l Sequence dancing, The Meres leisure centre, Trent Road, Grantham, 1.30pm to 4pm, £1.50. Details: (Tel: 01476 575181).

l Grantham and District Scrabble Club, ChristChurch hall, Finkin Street, Grantham, 7pm to 10.30pm, £2. Contact Ron Tyler (Tel: 01476 401623).

l Kurling Club, South Witham Village Hall, 7.30pm to 9pm, £2.

l Royal British Legion meeting, Sgts’ Mess, Prince William of Gloucester Barracks, Grantham, 7.30pm. New members welcome, contact John (Tel: 01476 870918).

l The Jack Scott Bridge Club, Grantham Conservative Club, Castlegate, 7pm. Contact Beryl (Tel: 01476 572938).

l Grantham Choral Society rehearsal, Priory Ruskin Academy, Rushcliffe Road, 7.30pm to 9.15pm. All voices welcome. Youth choir 6.30pm to 7.15pm. Contact Pat Watson (Tel: 01476 568319).

l Modern American Square Dancing, Allington Village Hall, 8pm to 10pm. Contact Judy Grummitt (Tel: 01400 281497).

l Quiz and playing card bingo, all for £1, Great Ponton OAP Centre, 8pm.

Wednesday, 12th

l Coffee morning and bingo, Thames Road Community Centre, Grantham, 9.30am to 11.30am.

l Coffee morning, South Lincolnshire Mind, Newton House, 40 Westgate, Grantham, 10am to 1pm. All welcome.

l Tea dance, Church of the Ascension, Edinburgh Road, Grantham, 1.30pm to 4pm, £1.50. Contact Gill (Tel: 01476 577074).

l Whist and bingo, Grantham Senior Citizens Club, St Catherine’s Road, 1.45pm, club opens 1.30pm.

l New Age Kurling, South Witham Village Hall, 2pm to 4pm, £2. Details: (Tel: 01572 768307/767650).

l Grantham Chess Club meet, Electric Club, Commercial Road, 7.15pm. Contact Fred Jones (Tel: 01476 578364).

l Cash bingo, Great Ponto Village Centre, 7.30pm.

Thursday, 13th

l ‘Vitality’ – Movement to music for over-60s, Harrowby Lane Methodist Church hall, Grantham, 10am to 11am, £3. Contact Susie (Tel: 07905 928901).

l The Zone, a fun club for children school years Reception to Y3, Grantham Christian Fellowship Centre, Belton Lane, 3.30pm to 5pm, £1 per child. For more details (Tel: 01476 564222).

l Grantham Railway Society meeting, St Wulfram’s Church Hall, Church Street, 7.30pm. Admission £1 members, £2 non-members. DVD presentation entitled Steaming Through Britain.

l WI Open Meeting, Great Gonerby Social Club, 7.30pm. Presentation by Christopher Lewis on The Antiques Roadshow. All welcome, admission £4.50. To book, contact Harlaxton WI (Tel: 01476 571549).

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