Jennifer Pike, winner of BBC Young Musician of the Year 2002, attended the annual violin-making competition at the college.
An Olympic gold medallist went to a school to inspire future hockey players.
THE first year of trading can be hard for new businesses, but the success of their first year has blown away the owners of a Claypole coffee shop.
Palace Theatre Newark will be hosting open auditions for a youth production of Peter Pan, and youngsters aged eight to 21 are invited.
Changes to a doctor’s surgery’s booking system, which will see emergency appointments cut by half, have been met with dismay.
Gemma said she wants the money raised to be donated to the ward where she is being treated at QMC so other poorly children can have a treat.
One of Newark town centre's defibrillators is located in a disused phone box in the market place, and the glass in the box was smashed last week.
Mr Stephen Bell, 75, of Spalford, planted a couple of silver birch trees in his garden back in 1988, and Mr Bell said he loves to climb them.
Less than a week after a tonne of Christmas trees were dumped in a layby on the A617, 100 more have been left in the same spot.
Severn Trent has made £10m funding available for community groups and projects over the next five years.
Bad weather has delayed Newark's floating pub, the Castle Barge, from having important repairs carried out.
Operation Encompass aims to help schools support children experiencing domestic abuse by informing trained staff of incidents at home.
Newark Police is asking anyone with CCTV to check their system between 3am and 4.30am on Sunday following vehicle break-ins in Newark.
A yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office as strong winds are set to cause disruption on Tuesday.
A sign to mark Bingham’s twinning links with Wallenfels has been unveiled at the bottom of Linear Park, at the Nottingham Road entrance to the town.
The district council’s parks and gardens team have planted the garden beds surrounding the civil war statues with shrubs.
The Salvation Army, Newark Baptist Church, and Newark and Sherwood District Council joined forces to offer the shelter.
Beaumond House received a cheque for £1,275 from Air Products PLC, a global industrial products company.
The Vale of Belvoir Lions Club's annual Christmas collection raised £7,515 for charity, and their 36th annual Boxing Day duck race raised £2,032.
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