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Vote favours Tory mayor

Vote favours Tory mayor

Vote favours Tory mayor

08 May 2009

Councillors were accused of putting party politics ahead of the good of Bingham in this week’s mayoral election.


Club seeks pool help

Club seeks pool help

Club seeks pool help

01 May 2009

A club that helps children and adults with disabilities to swim has appealed for more volunteers.


Confusion at the double

Confusion at the double

Confusion at the double

01 May 2009

Teachers have been seeing double this term because four sets of twins are enrolled at the same school.


Extra time for pavilion work

Extra time for pavilion work

Extra time for pavilion work

01 May 2009

The opening of a long-awaited sports pavilion has been delayed, according to the chairman of Bingham Town Youth Football Club.


Plans for school revamp revealed

Plans for school revamp revealed

Plans for school revamp revealed

01 May 2009

Work is set to start on a new design and technology block for Toot Hill School, Bingham.


Walkers lead protest

Walkers lead protest

Walkers lead protest

01 May 2009

Dog owners have launched a campaign to win back the right to exercise their pets off a lead.


Duo honoured for civic pride

Duo honoured for civic pride

Duo honoured for civic pride

24 April 2009

Two residents were presented with awards for their outstanding voluntary work and contribution to the community.


Interest wanes in courses

Interest wanes in courses

Interest wanes in courses

24 April 2009

A lack of people taking courses through the Bingham branch of the Workers’ Education Association has led to its closure after 45 years.


Keeping watch for 21 years

Keeping watch for 21 years

Keeping watch for 21 years

24 April 2009

An award-winning Neighbourhood Watch group has expanded from humble beginnings to cover more than 1,800 households in its 21st year.


Lorries raise safety fears

Lorries raise safety fears

Lorries raise safety fears

24 April 2009

Concerns have been raised about the safety of children in Newton because of the number of large lorries travelling through the village.


Rising to the challenge

Rising to the challenge

Rising to the challenge

24 April 2009

PLANS are being drawn up to help patients reach Bingham’s proposed new health centre amid fears its location could lead to an increase in house calls for GPs.


Art attracts interest

Art attracts interest

Art attracts interest

17 April 2009

Hundreds of visitors attended art exhibitions in Radcliffe and Shelford at the weekend to raise money for charity.


Criticism at office space objections

Criticism at office space objections

Criticism at office space objections

17 April 2009

The chairman of a business club has criticised Bingham Town Council’s decision not to support a planning application for more offices in Bingham.


Knitters help to make memories

Knitters help to make memories

Knitters help to make memories

17 April 2009

Knitters in Bingham are needed to create blankets that will form part of special memory boxes for grieving parents who have suffered a miscarriage or lost their baby during pregnancy.


Narrow escape

Narrow escape

Narrow escape

17 April 2009

ARSONISTS are believed to be responsible for a blaze that broke out in a classroom at Toot Hill School, Bingham, on Saturday night.


Troubled pub gets new start

Troubled pub gets new start

Troubled pub gets new start

17 April 2009

A pub with a troubled history is looking to put its past behind it and attract a wider audience when it re-opens today.


Church cross is restored

Church cross is restored

Church cross is restored

10 April 2009

A cross at Bingham’s Parish Church has been restored after it was smashed during an earthquake.


On track to danger

On track to danger

On track to danger

10 April 2009

Waiting times for drivers at a level crossing are getting longer and tempting motorists to risk their lives by jumping the red lights, it has been claimed.


Public given a say on health

Public given a say on health

Public given a say on health

10 April 2009

Residents and patients in Bingham have been asked for their ideas as part of the next stage of consultation on the town’s new health centre.


Support given to school

Support given to school

Support given to school

10 April 2009

Efforts to save a school from possible closure have received backing.


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