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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.


Past put in the limelight

Past put in the limelight

Past put in the limelight

06 February 2009

A drama group is appealing for people to come forward with memorabilia from 50 years of past productions.


1,500 give health site opinions

1,500 give health site opinions

1,500 give health site opinions

30 January 2009

Consultation on a new Bingham health centre is one of the most comprehensive for a project of its kind, according to the NHS project director for LiftCo, Mr John Horton.


Club back on right track

Club back on right track

Club back on right track

30 January 2009

Artwork and a hand-built train layout are among items donated to Bingham Model Railway Club following an appeal in the Advertiser.


Group vexed by ruling

Group vexed by ruling

Group vexed by ruling

30 January 2009

An action group set up to fight plans for a 6,000-home eco-town at Newton says it is disappointed that fellow campaigners have failed in their High Court battle.


People urged to have their say

People urged to have their say

People urged to have their say

30 January 2009

Residents have been urged to vote for their favourite site for a new £6m health centre, or risk the money being spent elsewhere.


Pupils dig in for school work

Pupils dig in for school work

Pupils dig in for school work

30 January 2009


Shattered hopes

Shattered hopes

Shattered hopes

30 January 2009

The glass recycling trial in Bingham is unlikely to be rolled out across the borough.


Centre plan sidelined

Centre plan sidelined

Centre plan sidelined

23 January 2009

The town pavilion in Bingham has been ruled out as a joint building for a community centre and rugby clubhouse.


Doubts over glass banks

Doubts over glass banks

Doubts over glass banks

23 January 2009

Rising costs are threatening the future of glass recycling in Bingham and across Rushcliffe.


Eco-efforts rewarded

Eco-efforts rewarded

Eco-efforts rewarded

23 January 2009

A school with a focus on being environmentally friendly has won a Green Guardian award for its work for the second year in a row.


Fan scores a double hit

Fan scores a double hit

Fan scores a double hit

23 January 2009

A design and communications agency boss is enjoying success on and off the pitch.


Gravel issues answered

Gravel issues answered

Gravel issues answered

23 January 2009

An exhibition and public meeting on Monday about possible sand and gravel extraction in Shelford attracted 100 people.


Air base focus for eco scheme

Air base focus for eco scheme

Air base focus for eco scheme

16 January 2009

The former RAF Newton will be the sole focus of a bid to build a 6,000-home eco-town.


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