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Minster welcomes all creatures great and small

Minster welcomes all creatures great and small

Minster welcomes all creatures great and small

27 September 2021

Southwell Minster held its Animal Blessing Service on Sunday, September 19 for all creatures great and small.


Ploughing match attracts thousands of farmers and families

Ploughing match attracts thousands of farmers and families

Ploughing match attracts thousands of farmers and families

26 September 2021

Thousands of people, from full-on farmers to families wanting a bit of fun, attended Southwell Ploughing Match and Show on Saturday.


Southwell Show set to return this weekend

Southwell Show set to return this weekend

Southwell Show set to return this weekend

24 September 2021

After a year’s absence, Southwell Ploughing Match and Show returns this weekend.


Ploughing on with annual competition

Ploughing on with annual competition

Ploughing on with annual competition

22 September 2021

The ploughing match went ahead at Collingham on Saturday, despite the rest of the annual show being moved online for a second year in a row.


Damaging 'click and collect' puppy buying at risk of becoming the norm

Damaging 'click and collect' puppy buying at risk of becoming the norm

Damaging 'click and collect' puppy buying at risk of becoming the norm

21 September 2021

The trend for buying dogs over the internet must stop, says The Kennel Club, which is concerned the habit shows no signs of stopping post-lockdown.


Appeal to find owner after dog was found in Balderton

Appeal to find owner after dog was found in Balderton

Appeal to find owner after dog was found in Balderton

21 September 2021

A council has appealed for the public's help in re-uniting a lost dog with their owner.


Bulldogs and their owners to meet in Newark this weekend

Bulldogs and their owners to meet in Newark this weekend

Bulldogs and their owners to meet in Newark this weekend

21 September 2021

A bulldog event is to take place in Newark this weekend.


The curious case of the wombling cat

The curious case of the wombling cat

The curious case of the wombling cat

20 September 2021

A cat spends its days wombling free and bringing some rather unusual treasures home for its owner, some almost as big as he is.

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Acupuncture for pets offered through mobile vet business

Acupuncture for pets offered through mobile vet business

Acupuncture for pets offered through mobile vet business

19 September 2021

A vet wants to show pet owners in Newark the powers of acupuncture with her new mobile business.

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Quirky village fete sees tractor attract more than 1,000 visitors

Quirky village fete sees tractor attract more than 1,000 visitors

Quirky village fete sees tractor attract more than 1,000 visitors

18 September 2021

A quirky village fete gave visitors the chance to sit on one of the UK’s largest tractors last weekend.


September sees shift to autumn speed up

September sees shift to autumn speed up

September sees shift to autumn speed up

16 September 2021

September typically sees summer segue imperceptibly into autumn but as the month progresses the subtle shift in the seasons becomes ever clearer.


Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

15 September 2021

A police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty has been hailed a national hero following his latest exploits to take down a machete-wielding youth.


Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

14 September 2021

A hedgehog rescue centre is unable to take on new cases after being inundated with newborn hoglets.


Giant pigeons to fly into Newark this weekend

Giant pigeons to fly into Newark this weekend

Giant pigeons to fly into Newark this weekend

14 September 2021

Have you ever met a giant pigeon? No, neither have we. You can meet two in Newark market this weekend.

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6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

13 September 2021

It's spider mating season and thousands of arachnids are on the move. Here's six ways to keep them at bay using things you've got at home.


'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

13 September 2021

People's desire to 'treat' their pets is partly to blame for the numbers of animals piling on the pounds in lockdown, says a leading animal charity.


Much-loved police dog who helped save a child's life dies

Much-loved police dog who helped save a child's life dies

Much-loved police dog who helped save a child's life dies

13 September 2021

A much-loved police dog who once helped to save a child’s life has passed away.


Animal-loving girl’s purr-fect act of kindness

Animal-loving girl’s purr-fect act of kindness

Animal-loving girl’s purr-fect act of kindness

09 September 2021

A schoolgirl was so upset by the plight of kittens callously abandoned to their fate that she decided to fundraise for the charity that took them in.

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Hate crime reported after cyclist barges blind man walking with guide dog in Newark

Hate crime reported after cyclist barges blind man walking with guide dog in Newark

Hate crime reported after cyclist barges blind man walking with guide dog in Newark

09 September 2021

A blind man says pavements are becoming dangerous for the public, especially for those who are visually impaired.

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Travellers urged to record roadkill sightings and help conserve wildlife

Travellers urged to record roadkill sightings and help conserve wildlife

Travellers urged to record roadkill sightings and help conserve wildlife

09 September 2021

Wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is asking people to take part in its annual Mammals On Roads survey.

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