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School’s work wins praise

School’s work wins praise

School’s work wins praise

17 October 2008

INSPECTORS found that Dayncourt School, Radcliffe, provides a satisfactory education and shows signs of improvement.


Speed team support plea

Speed team support plea

Speed team support plea

17 October 2008

The Community Speedwatch team in Bingham has claimed it lacks support in its bid to stop speeding motorists in the town.


Survey reveals need for sign

Survey reveals need for sign

Survey reveals need for sign

17 October 2008

Criteria has been met for an interactive speed sign on Nottingham Road, Bingham, in a bid to stop speeding motorists.


United for action

United for action

United for action

17 October 2008

A joint community centre and rugby clubhouse could be built at Wynhill playing fields in Bingham.


Young writers find winning formula

Young writers find winning formula

Young writers find winning formula

17 October 2008

Pupils who have mastered the art of writing mini-sagas are to have their work published.


Calendar recalls market history

Calendar recalls market history

Calendar recalls market history

10 October 2008

A calendar depicting events that have taken place in Bingham’s Market Place over the last 100 years is now available.


Campaign to step up effort

Campaign to step up effort

Campaign to step up effort

10 October 2008

An action group is to step up its efforts to reduce congestion and improve parking in Bingham.


Centre search is extended

Centre search is extended

Centre search is extended

10 October 2008

A FOURTH potential site for the new health centre in Bingham could be unveiled to the public next week.


High litter levels revealed

High litter levels revealed

High litter levels revealed

10 October 2008

Rushcliffe has unsatisfactory levels of litter and waste, but is good at keeping graffiti, flytipping and flyposting at bay, according to a survey by Keep Britain Tidy.


Policing priority

Policing priority

Policing priority

10 October 2008

Crackdowns on anti-social behaviour and speeding motorists have been identified as the main areas of concern by Bingham residents.


Pupils rise to the challenge

Pupils rise to the challenge

Pupils rise to the challenge

10 October 2008

Pupils have offered to hold a cake stall to raise money for a pedestrian crossing outside their school.


Fun for ladies of leisure

Fun for ladies of leisure

Fun for ladies of leisure

03 October 2008

A group that offers Bingham ladies the chance to do the activities and hobbies they enjoy while among friends is still thriving 40 years after it was set up.


Pitching for turbine

Pitching for turbine

Pitching for turbine

03 October 2008

A wind turbine could be installed on Butt Field, Bingham, to help provide electricity and heating for the new pavilion.


Practices score well for care

Practices score well for care

Practices score well for care

03 October 2008

The health group that runs Bingham Health Centre has scored top marks in a Government scheme assessing the quality of care given to patients over the past year.


Pupils dig a healthy lifestyle

Pupils dig a healthy lifestyle

Pupils dig a healthy lifestyle

03 October 2008

Children have planted winter pansies in raised gardens at school.


Taking an in-depth look at town living

Taking an in-depth look at town living

Taking an in-depth look at town living

03 October 2008

The average house price in Bingham for the first three months of the year was more than £200,000.


Block this now

Block this now

Block this now

26 September 2008

A demand has been made for Rushcliffe Borough Council to officially oppose plans for a 6,000-home eco-town at RAF Newton.


Drawing on new skills

Drawing on new skills

Drawing on new skills

26 September 2008

A huge banner and individual graffiti tags were made on Saturday when around 40 young people took part in an urban art workshop. The event also included skateboard and circus skills workshops.


First brick laid in pavilion project

First brick laid in pavilion project

First brick laid in pavilion project

26 September 2008

THE first brick of the £600,000 sports pavilion at Butt Field, Bingham, was laid yesterday.


Swimmer’s dedication rewarded

Swimmer’s dedication rewarded

Swimmer’s dedication rewarded

26 September 2008

A woman who was determined to prove herself in swimming circles despite a learning disability has been nominated for a young person of the year award.


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