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An event promoting community engagement, organised by MP Robert Jenrick, was held at Collingham Memorial Hall




A community fair promoting engagement and all that a village has to offer took place on Saturday.

Collingham Memorial Hall was the venue for the event, organised by MP Robert Jenrick.

Men in Sheds, the tennis club, gardening association, Royal Oak Community Pub, Beaumond House Community Hospice, Contact the Elderly, Besthorpe Nature Reserve, Mayfield Quilters and Janice Rose Lingerie all had stands.

Among those represented was Beaumond House. The hospice's Lucy Millard is pictured centre with Robert Jenrick to her right. (18214037)
Among those represented was Beaumond House. The hospice's Lucy Millard is pictured centre with Robert Jenrick to her right. (18214037)

They were joined by the Collingham and District U3A, the medical centre and pharmacy, Newark and Sherwood Clinical Commissioning Group, Newark and Sherwood CVS, Collingham Velo Club, Cliftons WI, Cubs and Scouts, Newark Patriotic Fund, Slimming World, and others.

Mr Jenrick, who was supported in organising the event by his constituency team and local district councillor Linda Dales, said the idea was to offer broad appeal across the age ranges, from young families to the elderly, and champion everything that Collingham had to offer.

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