The new Bishop of Sherwood will be consecrated on Monday, in a service that will be livestreamed from York Minster.
Mental health and wellbeing charity Shawmind is calling on people help ensure the next generation has the best mental health support available.
A café that provides mental health and wellbeing support is taking its services online as social distancing rules limit the number of users.
Duncan & Toplis has launched Duncan & Toplis Legal Services to undertake regulated activities as part of the Duncan & Toplis Group.
A commissioned by the organisers of Newark Book Festival has been released in three formats — video, audio and the written word.
A wedding venue that normally hosts about 100 ceremonies a year has just held its first since coronavirus forced it to close in March.
Team Knowhow works in collaboration with Newark College to provide paid work-based learning opportunities.
A member of the public reported seeing the safe on Coronation Street Playing Fields on Saturday morning.
With average property prices in the East Midlands being £241,749, they are £387,512 cheaper than the Greater London average of £629,261.
Residents and groups are being asked to put forward those they think should be recognised in the borough council’s Celebrating Rushcliffe Awards.
Newark-based mental health and wellbeing charity Shawmind has a new chief executive.
A funeral company has helped raise money for a piece of life-saving medical equipment in memory of an eight-year-old boy.
The organisers of a national horse show have moved the event to an outdoor venue at Newark next year to give it a greater chance of going ahead.
The grant is made through the Art Fund’s Respond And Reimagine programme to encourage organisations as they begin to reopen.
Walk A Mile In My Shoes is being run by Shawmind and wants to get people thinking about and discussing the issues by walking and talking for a month.
The indie band will play Lincoln Engine Shed in March next year.
Supporters of Christian Aid will be aiming to complete a virtual pilgrimage throughout September.
Knitters are being asked to donate bunting to help show people still in isolation that people are thinking of them.
Afternoon tea has been such a passion for Annette Allington that she decided to take the plunge and turn it into a thriving business.
Jim Costello, 72, is walking five miles a day in support of NHS workers who helped him and him wife.