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Consecration to be livestreamed from York Minster

19 September 2020
Consecration to be livestreamed from York Minster

Consecration to be livestreamed from York Minster

19 September 2020

The new Bishop of Sherwood will be consecrated on Monday, in a service that will be livestreamed from York Minster.


Urged to support the young through mental health issues

19 September 2020
Urged to support the young through mental health issues

Urged to support the young through mental health issues

19 September 2020

Mental health and wellbeing charity Shawmind is calling on people help ensure the next generation has the best mental health support available.


Shawmind re-launches its Breathe Café

18 September 2020
Shawmind re-launches its Breathe Café

Shawmind re-launches its Breathe Café

18 September 2020

A café that provides mental health and wellbeing support is taking its services online as social distancing rules limit the number of users.


Chartered accountants expand by offering range of legal services

18 September 2020
Chartered accountants expand by offering range of legal services

Chartered accountants expand by offering range of legal services

18 September 2020

Duncan & Toplis has launched Duncan & Toplis Legal Services to undertake regulated activities as part of the Duncan & Toplis Group.


WATCH: Book festival releases poem 'Reading Newark'

18 September 2020
WATCH: Book festival releases poem 'Reading Newark'

WATCH: Book festival releases poem 'Reading Newark'

18 September 2020

A commissioned by the organisers of Newark Book Festival has been released in three formats ­— video, audio and the written word.


‘Can weddings take place safely here ­— I say yes’

17 September 2020
‘Can weddings take place safely here ­— I say yes’

‘Can weddings take place safely here ­— I say yes’

17 September 2020

A wedding venue that normally hosts about 100 ceremonies a year has just held its first since coronavirus forced it to close in March.


Electronics repair team win royal award for work with Newark College

17 September 2020
Electronics repair team win royal award for work with Newark College

Electronics repair team win royal award for work with Newark College

17 September 2020

Team Knowhow works in collaboration with Newark College to provide paid work-based learning opportunities.


Appeal for public's help to find safe stolen during bungalow burglary in Balderton

17 September 2020
Appeal for public's help to find safe stolen during bungalow burglary in Balderton

Appeal for public's help to find safe stolen during bungalow burglary in Balderton

17 September 2020

A member of the public reported seeing the safe on Coronation Street Playing Fields on Saturday morning.


Newark among up-and-coming places to live in East Midlands

17 September 2020
Newark among up-and-coming places to live in East Midlands

Newark among up-and-coming places to live in East Midlands

17 September 2020

With average property prices in the East Midlands being £241,749, they are £387,512 cheaper than the Greater London average of £629,261.

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Nominations sought to celebrate unsung community, business and health heroes

16 September 2020
Nominations sought to celebrate unsung community, business and health heroes

Nominations sought to celebrate unsung community, business and health heroes

16 September 2020

Residents and groups are being asked to put forward those they think should be recognised in the borough council’s Celebrating Rushcliffe Awards.


Helping charity to breathe

16 September 2020
Helping charity to breathe

Helping charity to breathe

16 September 2020

Newark-based mental health and wellbeing charity Shawmind has a new chief executive.


Fundraiser held in boy’s memory

15 September 2020
Fundraiser held in boy’s memory

Fundraiser held in boy’s memory

15 September 2020

A funeral company has helped raise money for a piece of life-saving medical equipment in memory of an eight-year-old boy.


National Shire Horse Show makes showground switch

15 September 2020
National Shire Horse Show makes showground switch

National Shire Horse Show makes showground switch

15 September 2020

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.


Civil war centre set for much-needed £40,000 boost

14 September 2020
Civil war centre set for much-needed £40,000 boost

Civil war centre set for much-needed £40,000 boost

14 September 2020

The grant is made through the Art Fund’s Respond And Reimagine programme to encourage organisations as they begin to reopen.


Newark charity launches suicide and mental health awareness campaign

14 September 2020
Newark charity launches suicide and mental health awareness campaign

Newark charity launches suicide and mental health awareness campaign

14 September 2020

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.


Blossoms announce Lincoln date

11 September 2020
Blossoms announce Lincoln date

Blossoms announce Lincoln date

11 September 2020

The indie band will play Lincoln Engine Shed in March next year.


Supporters of Christian Aid to complete virtual pilgrimage

10 September 2020
Supporters of Christian Aid to complete virtual pilgrimage

Supporters of Christian Aid to complete virtual pilgrimage

10 September 2020

Supporters of Christian Aid will be aiming to complete a virtual pilgrimage throughout September.


Get knitting

09 September 2020
Get knitting

Get knitting

09 September 2020

Knitters are being asked to donate bunting to help show people still in isolation that people are thinking of them.


Baking business venture goes down a treat

09 September 2020
Baking business venture goes down a treat

Baking business venture goes down a treat

09 September 2020

Afternoon tea has been such a passion for Annette Allington that she decided to take the plunge and turn it into a thriving business.


Man who dislikes exercise strides to support NHS staff

09 September 2020
Man who dislikes exercise strides to support NHS staff

Man who dislikes exercise strides to support NHS staff

09 September 2020

Jim Costello, 72, is walking five miles a day in support of NHS workers who helped him and him wife.


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