Clarborough & Welham Community
near Retford, Bassetlaw
North Nottinghamshire
United Kingdom

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Mayflower Pilgrims

The Retford area has been, historically, one of the world’s most active centres of religious tolerance and also development. With the Mayflower Pilgrims as an historical focus right through to Muslim Charity developments and Bassetlaw Christian Heritage as well as vibrant local Christian communities, there is so much to explore.

Clarborough’s St.John the Baptist church (Church of England). Click here for forthcoming events

This page links you to a range of these many local and wider entities for you to use and explore.

Muslim Charity’s ‘London to Makkah’ cyclists reach Istanbul, Turkey (4th August 2017)

 

Muslim Charity’s Most Impactful International Programme Award in London
on 22nd February, 2017

One Britain One Nation One Britain One Nation brings us together, not to focus on our differences but to celebrate the values we share: tolerance, kindness, pride, respect, and a tremendous desire to help others.

Bassetlaw Christian Heritage - see their page within our local History section here...
The key celebrations (besides Christmas, of course) that BCH is focusing on is the approaching international recognition of the 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower Pilgrims to America.

Click on posters for full-page views.

The Well - Retford’s Baptist Church and Community Centre.
Religious Tolerance Conference on 11th March, 2017.
For a report on this event click here...

Grove Street Methodist Church, Retford

Jamia Al-Karam Muslim Centre, Eaton Hall, Retford which manages the international charity, Helping the Needy

Local Muslim Charity, Helping the Needy, steps in to help with Cumbria floods. Also, Local Muslim response to Paris atrocities - read here...

St.Joseph Roman Catholic Church Retford. St.Joseph Primary School stands next to the church