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Fundraising bid pays off

Fundraising bid pays off

Fundraising bid pays off

28 November 2008

Building work on a £635,000 village hall is under way after years of planning and fundraising.


High school’s musical

High school’s musical

High school’s musical

28 November 2008

Toot Hill School’s version of the 1977 hit musical Grease will take centre stage next week — with their own Greased Lightening car.


School’s £1.9m redesign delight

School’s £1.9m redesign delight

School’s £1.9m redesign delight

28 November 2008

A new design and technology block is to be built as part of a £1.9m investment at Toot Hill School, Bingham.


All set for tree festival

All set for tree festival

All set for tree festival

21 November 2008

A school choir, a tour of the church tower, and bell-ringing demonstrations will feature in this year’s Bingham Christmas Tree Festival.


Gifts lure fair crowd

Gifts lure fair crowd

Gifts lure fair crowd

21 November 2008

Gifts and hand-made cards were among attractions at a Christmas fair that, on Saturday, raised more than £1,150 towards the £1.9m rebuilding of Bingham Methodist Church as a community and Christian centre.


Lights budget blown

Lights budget blown

Lights budget blown

21 November 2008

Bingham Town Coun-cil has blown the budget for Christmas lights this year.


On song to stop school bullies

On song to stop school bullies

On song to stop school bullies

21 November 2008

Two pupils rapped an anti-bullying message at their school this week, as part of a national campaign.


Scouting for more leaders

Scouting for more leaders

Scouting for more leaders

21 November 2008

More than 150 young people are involved with Scouting groups in Bingham but more adult volunteers are needed.


Stepping up fight to save paddock

Stepping up fight to save paddock

Stepping up fight to save paddock

21 November 2008

A Bingham couple backing the campaign to save Warner’s Paddock collected about 180 signatures in just three hours on Saturday.


Art to give inspiration

Art to give inspiration

Art to give inspiration

14 November 2008

Paintings by a retired prison officer feature in an exhibition by an art group at Bingham Library this month.


Crossing is criticised

Crossing is criticised

Crossing is criticised

14 November 2008

Drivers have criticised Network Rail over how long they have to wait from the barriers going down at Bingham’s level crossing to a train arrives.


Keen to double fire crew numbers

Keen to double fire crew numbers

Keen to double fire crew numbers

14 November 2008

A week-long recruitment drive aimed at doubling the number of part-time firefighters at Bingham Fire Station has been hailed a success.


Rainfall fails to put race cyclists off track

Rainfall fails to put race cyclists off track

Rainfall fails to put race cyclists off track

14 November 2008

A week of rain failed to stop a cross country cycling event taking place at Bingham Leisure Centre for the first time on Saturday.


Safety first say family

Safety first say family

Safety first say family

14 November 2008

The family of a woman who died after their car was hit by another vehicle on a country road have helped to launch a national campaign promoting road safety.


Sites fail health check

Sites fail health check

Sites fail health check

14 November 2008

NONE of the sites earmarked for a new £6m health centre in Bingham are suitable, those behind the project were told this week.


Artistic flair is a family affair

Artistic flair is a family affair

Artistic flair is a family affair

07 November 2008

A family of professional artists are to hold an exhibition of their work together for the first time.


Bonfire Night hopes doused

Bonfire Night hopes doused

Bonfire Night hopes doused

07 November 2008

Bonfire Night is one of the biggest events of the year, with thousands of displays taking place across the country.


Danger on the line

Danger on the line

Danger on the line

07 November 2008

Drivers are dicing with death by jumping the red lights at Bingham’s level crossing.


RAF base on eco shortlist

RAF base on eco shortlist

RAF base on eco shortlist

07 November 2008

A campaign to fight plans for a 6,000-home eco-town at the former RAF Newton has been renewed after it was formally selected as a potential site.


Work starts on clock repair

Work starts on clock repair

Work starts on clock repair

07 November 2008

A project to restore a church clock in Bingham has started.


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