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Keen to attract more butterflies

Keen to attract more butterflies

Keen to attract more butterflies

27 February 2009

Attempts are being made to increase the numbers of a rare butterfly in Bingham.


Ladies take the lead in parade

Ladies take the lead in parade

Ladies take the lead in parade

27 February 2009

Ladies who twirled decorated umbrellas during a parade at a jazz night in Radcliffe helped to raise about £400 for the British Heart Foundation.


Pub watch revealed

Pub watch revealed

Pub watch revealed

27 February 2009

When a Bingham pub called last orders for the final time police were taking steps towards possibly having its alcohol licence revoked, the Advertiser can reveal.


Rail money unaffected by dualling

Rail money unaffected by dualling

Rail money unaffected by dualling

27 February 2009

The chairman of the East Midlands Regional Assembly has insisted no rail schemes were dropped in favour of the dualling of the A46.


Surgeries’ call costs criticised

Surgeries’ call costs criticised

Surgeries’ call costs criticised

27 February 2009

A volunteer healthcare board member has condemned the use of expensive telephone lines in doctors’ surgeries.


Urged to help poor of Albania

Urged to help poor of Albania

Urged to help poor of Albania

27 February 2009

Hundreds of families living in some of the poorest areas of Europe are relying on the goodwill and generosity of people in the Bingham area.


Author needs more memories

Author needs more memories

Author needs more memories

20 February 2009

An author and artist is calling for people to share their experiences of an RAF aerodrome so he can start work on a new book.


Campaign to cut gridlock

Campaign to cut gridlock

Campaign to cut gridlock

20 February 2009

A park-and-ride scheme is the only way to solve the parking problems in Bingham, according to a campaign group.


Ding dong bell, puss is in the well

Ding dong bell, puss is in the well

Ding dong bell, puss is in the well

20 February 2009

A theatre company gave its first performance for three years on Wednesday when it put on a rendition of the pantomine, Puss In Boots.


Lit footpath a trouble spot

Lit footpath a trouble spot

Lit footpath a trouble spot

20 February 2009

A good gesture by Bingham Town Council backfired when a newly-lit public path became a magnet for anti-social behaviour.


Turned away

Turned away

Turned away

20 February 2009

Attempts are being made to stop heavy lorries and high-sided vehicles cutting through Bingham.


Verdict given on eco-town plans

Verdict given on eco-town plans

Verdict given on eco-town plans

20 February 2009

Detailed plans for a 6,000-home eco-town near Bingham went on public display for the first time on Monday.


’Throw it out’

’Throw it out’

’Throw it out’

13 February 2009

Government plans to create a 6,000-home eco-town near Bingham should be abandoned, it has been claimed.


Bakers needed for weekly market

Bakers needed for weekly market

Bakers needed for weekly market

13 February 2009

A group that sells home-made produce at a weekly market is seeking more bakers, particularly those who like to make savoury pastry products.


Dismay over trip decision

Dismay over trip decision

Dismay over trip decision

13 February 2009

Comments made by Bingham town councillors about a twinning association’s trip to Germany were inaccurate, it has been claimed.


Recycling scheme scrapped

Recycling scheme scrapped

Recycling scheme scrapped

13 February 2009

The glass recycling trial in Bingham will not be rolled out across the borough, it has been confirmed. Rushcliffe Borough Council’s cabinet unanimously voted against the extension on Tuesday.


Romance blooms

Romance blooms

Romance blooms

13 February 2009

Red roses are still the top choice when it comes to spreading a little Valentine’s Day romance.


Breaking free

Breaking free

Breaking free

06 February 2009

THE first step has been taken towards Toot Hill School, Bingham, becoming more independent of county council control.


Firms’ interest in conversion

Firms’ interest in conversion

Firms’ interest in conversion

06 February 2009

Plans to transform a listed building in the centre of Bingham into a bar, restaurant and office space with an underground carpark are due to be submitted today.


Gravel protest grows

Gravel protest grows

Gravel protest grows

06 February 2009

Protesters from Shelford are planning a public meeting in the hope of launching an action group in opposition to plans to extract sand and gravel in the village.


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