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A website for the community of Middle Rasen in Lincolnshire

The 2019 (New Years Day) Middle Rasen Duck Race

Wendy and Ron Folgate sorting and selling ducks on the Low Church Road Bridge.

A grand total of £1289.75 charitable funds have been raised by the Middle Rasen Duck Race Group since NYDay 2018

Click for...... Images ..&.... Results .....or ..... The Draw

 

New Year GROUP ACTIVITIES

If your group is not listed over to the right and/or needs a correction elsewhere on this site please contact Gordon Jennings 0794 888 1121

Middle Rasen's Duck Race raised over £1000 this month and may help fund your group or event!

On 13th January the Middle Rasen Tractor Run met at the Nags Head to raise £1044 in support of Cancer Research UK. Picture thanks to the Market Rasen Mail.

And Toward the end of Februay

In Osgodby we have a Folk Night at the Village Hall. Doors open at 7.30 pm on Saturday 26th. Tickets are £10 and may be bought in advance at the Osgodby Post Office or from Chris on 01673 828974.

Commencing Friday 25th January, the Lindsey Rural Player present "Beauty & The Beast" at the Broadbent Theatre.

This years panto has something for everyone - touching, scary and lots of fun. Tickets £10 / £9 concessions. Check www.broadbenttheatre.org for bookings, performances and dates.

Groups in Middle Rasen

CLUB or Group Location
Horticultural Society Village Hall
Carry on singing Curch Hall
Bowling Club Bowling Pavillion
Short Mat Bowls Group Village Hall
Art Group (oils) Catholic Hall
West Wolds U3A Festival Hall
Drama Group (U3A) Gail Denis
Cycling (U3A) Festival Hall
Walking Mk Rasen
Women's Own Methodist Church
Coffee Cake & Chat Methodist Church
Guides Village Hall
Brownies Church Hall
Rainbows Church Hall
Ranger Guides Village Hall
The Guild Methodist Church
Rase WI Village Hall
Book Club Advocate Arms
Bell Ringers Sts P&P's Church
Sewing and Hobies Club Church Hall
Toddler Group Church Hall
Pilates Mk Rsn + Toft
FISDAC Village Hall
Active Seniors Gainb Leisure Centre
Sewing & Hobbies Church Hall
Yoga Village Hall
Parish Council Village Hall
Updates Please for Groups below
Middle Rasen Nursery Middle Rasen School
Karate Club Village Hall ??
Camera Club Village Hall
Over 60's Keep Fit Club Braemar Close ??
Bee Keepers Mkt Rasen
Zumba Club Methodist Church ??

 

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The Middle Rasen Parish

Middle Rasen is situated in the district of West Lindsey in the county of Lincolnshire, about 16 miles north east of Lincoln and in the lea of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The village is mainly contained to the north of the A631.

Sitting astride the river Rase, the Parish is much the largest of the three Rasens, covering 3622 acres. As the Middle settlement between East Rasen (now known as Market Rasen) and West Rasen, in the latter part of the Middle Ages it was the most important village of the three. Indeed much of the northern area of Market Rasen town is in the Parish of Middle Rasen.

Historic Middle Rasen .......

Middle Rasen's Parish Council, the Past, Present and Future of the village..........

Sewing and Hobby Club

On November 30th between 7-9pm (drop in) we are starting a Sewing and Hobby Club in Middle Rasen Church Hall. Together, we hope to learn creative skills from each other, meet new and old friends, and share fresh ideas. The idea is that everyone brings what they want to make, and if you haven't got any ideas, we'll help each other create! Bring your button boxes, knitting kits, fat quarters and sewing machines if you wish whatever your latest project is - and create miracles together in an informal, relaxed setting.

Launch night: Christmas theme what else? Please bring your ideas and join us on Friday November 30th. There will be materials provided to get us started; light refreshments will be served, and the church hall will be bright, cosy and warm. Disabled facilities are available and if anyone needs a lift, or further details, please call or text 07443 415542. Join us when you can, leave us when you must! The plan is to meet every final Friday of the month. Next date for your diary: January 25 th 2019.

Helen R, Jane Y and Theresa D

 

Sky Dive

Sheila Robinson raises £1380 for St Barnabus Hospice.

See story in Community Spirit

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Charitable Funds & Events

I am delighted to announce that the amount raised in the Church of England Children's Society Boxes in Middle Rasen this year is £331.98. Thank you to all those who support this very worthwhile cause. Frances Picksley

The Duck Race raised over £1000 this N Y Day

Middle Rasen's Macmillan Coffee Morning raised £420 for charity. Richard Harries walked from Land's End to John O'Groats in support of GLOBAL ANGELS this year ..... If you or someone you know oin the village needs help visit the page setting out how to access Charitable Funding from the village trusties.

MIDDLE RASEN CHARITY GALA
22 Sept 18
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