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Research finds support need

Research finds support need

Research finds support need

30 May 2008

A pilot project being carried out in Bingham to identify the needs of the elderly has found people living at home need more support.


Taking steps to OAP park

Taking steps to OAP park

Taking steps to OAP park

30 May 2008

A proposal to install a pensioners’ playground in Bingham is to be explored.


Building up pressure

Building up pressure

Building up pressure

23 May 2008

Bingham could receive a windfall of £236,000 as part of controversial plans for 90 new homes.


Closer to parking charges

Closer to parking charges

Closer to parking charges

23 May 2008

Parking fees have come a step nearer to being introduced in Bingham’s carparks.


Helping hand for Cub pack

Helping hand for Cub pack

Helping hand for Cub pack

23 May 2008

A recently formed Cub pack has bought vital equipment after receiving a community grant.


Raising town fair’s profile

Raising town fair’s profile

Raising town fair’s profile

23 May 2008

Circus workshops, an acrobatic display team and fairground rides are just some of the attractions at this year’s Bingham Town Fair.


Residents urged to have their say

Residents urged to have their say

Residents urged to have their say

23 May 2008

RESIDENTS have been urged to give their views on the controversial proposal for an eco-town in Newton.


Counting the cost

Counting the cost

Counting the cost

16 May 2008

PLANS to introduce pay and display machines in Bingham’s carparks at a cost of £47,400 have been put forward.


Couple helps club towards its goal

Couple helps club towards its goal

Couple helps club towards its goal

16 May 2008

A football club has joined forces with a charity set up in memory of a teenager, by advertising it on the club’s strip.


Criticism over eco-town plan

Criticism over eco-town plan

Criticism over eco-town plan

16 May 2008

The Mayor of Bingham, Mr George Davidson, has criticised Rushcliffe Borough Council for being secretive and undemocratic over plans for an eco-town at Newton.


Plea for OAP fitness park

Plea for OAP fitness park

Plea for OAP fitness park

16 May 2008

A retired woman who suffers from arthritis has called for a pensioners- only playground to be installed in Bingham.


Trains bring traffic fears

Trains bring traffic fears

Trains bring traffic fears

16 May 2008

Fears have been raised that traffic congestion in the town will worsen when the train service between Nottingham and Bingham doubles later this year.


Ballet career given help

Ballet career given help

Ballet career given help

09 May 2008

A teenage dancer has received sponsorship to help her to continue training with the New English Contemporary Ballet.


Banking on glass trial

Banking on glass trial

Banking on glass trial

09 May 2008

In less than two months glass recycling facilities are due to return to Bingham after a three-year absence.


Crime figures up by 27%

Crime figures up by 27%

Crime figures up by 27%

09 May 2008

There were 59 more reported crimes in Bingham last year — an increase of nearly 30% — according to latest police figures.


Final push for church project

Final push for church project

Final push for church project

09 May 2008

A professional fundraiser has been hired by Bingham Methodist Church to help secure the remaining money needed to build its new £1.9m centre.


Mayor has formula for town’s progress

Mayor has formula for town’s progress

Mayor has formula for town’s progress

09 May 2008

A former Mastermind champion is the new Mayor of Bingham.


Carers meet to share experience

Carers meet to share experience

Carers meet to share experience

02 May 2008

A new childminding group is offering support and a chance for members to share ideas.


Creating colourful artwork

Creating colourful artwork

Creating colourful artwork

02 May 2008

Patterns and colours were the themes for an art day at Robert Miles Infants’ School, Bingham, on Tuesday.


Eco-town on the agenda

Eco-town on the agenda

Eco-town on the agenda

02 May 2008

Residents of Bingham and surrounding villages are being urged to speak out against a proposed 6,000-home eco-town.


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