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Knowledgeable speakers cover a wide variety of topics of interest to experienced and not-so-experienced gardeners! Talks are held in the Ticknall Village Hall at 7.30 pm Members £1, Visitors £3 unless a special (ticketed) event.
Queries toRead more
I have collected a considerable amount of local source material which may be useful to anyone engaged in genealogical research.
The following records can be name searched and the results emailed back in Microsoft Word format:-Read more
The Hall is licensed to accommodate up to 120 persons, and the large stage allows for concerts, shows or public meetings. Those booking the venue can apply to the local authority for a ‘temporary event notice’ to allow for the sale of alcohol. For info about the facilities please click here.Read more
Ticknall Luncheon Club was started by Mary Magson in September 2008 and has been running successfully since. It has proved to be extremely popular with Ticknall residents.
It is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbours.Read more
Ticknall village hall is in an attractive setting. It has double glass doors opening out onto the surrounding lawns and trees, ideal for summer parties and wedding photographs.
The accommodation comprises:Read more
Visitors to Ticknall are most welcome to attend the meetings of the Ticknall Preservation & Historical Society held on the last Friday of each month at 7.30 pm in The Village Hall, Ingleby Lane.Read more