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Ideal home for art showcase

Ideal home for art showcase

Ideal home for art showcase

22 August 2008

Artists have been given the chance to display their work in an exhibition at a Bingham show home.


Store site rejected

Store site rejected

Store site rejected

22 August 2008

Any plans to convert the empty Co-op Pioneer shop in Eaton Place, Bingham, into a community centre have been abandoned.


Traders backing protest

Traders backing protest

Traders backing protest

22 August 2008

Businesses in Bingham have put posters in their shop windows in support of the protests against controversial plans for an eco-town.


Backing for Brits’ medal campaign

Backing for Brits’ medal campaign

Backing for Brits’ medal campaign

15 August 2008

Great Britain’s challenge for medals in the canoeing and kayaking events at the Beijing Olympics are being given full support in Bingham.


Figures reveal crime levels

Figures reveal crime levels

Figures reveal crime levels

15 August 2008

Bingham is one of the safest places to live in the county, according to the latest crime figures.


Green town blues

Green town blues

Green town blues

15 August 2008

Fears are growing that thousands of unwanted homes will swamp Bingham if plans for an eco-town go ahead.


More memories from the past put to print

More memories from the past put to print

More memories from the past put to print

15 August 2008

More about Orston’s past has been revealed in the latest edition of a history book.


Roadshows fail to allay fears

Roadshows fail to allay fears

Roadshows fail to allay fears

15 August 2008

Widespread concerns were voiced by those attending the first of the public exhibitions over the controversial eco-town plan.


Ticket threat fails to deter

Ticket threat fails to deter

Ticket threat fails to deter

15 August 2008

Nearly 100 tickets have been issued for parking offences in Bingham in the three months since the return of traffic wardens.


Dong dong the bells are back

Dong dong the bells are back

Dong dong the bells are back

08 August 2008

The bells of a village church have sounded for the first time in more than 40 years, thanks to ten years of fundraising by residents.


Health sites named

Health sites named

Health sites named

08 August 2008

Three possible sites have been earmarked for the new Bingham health centre with work finally set to start next year.


No rush to push eco plan

No rush to push eco plan

No rush to push eco plan

08 August 2008

There is little chance of the Government rushing through the plans for an eco-town at the former RAF Newton site, according to the MP for Bingham, Mr Kenneth Clarke.


Picked for floral success

Picked for floral success

Picked for floral success

08 August 2008

A mature student from Bingham was named best practical student on the National Award in Floristry Design course at Brooksby Melton College, Melton Mowbray.


Sky’s the limit for diving duo

Sky’s the limit for diving duo

Sky’s the limit for diving duo

08 August 2008

A former paratrooper, who lost his legs while serving with the Parachute Regiment, is competing with his wife in the World Skydiving Championships.


Creative courses bring out talent

Creative courses bring out talent

Creative courses bring out talent

01 August 2008

A summer school provided a variety of activities including graffiti, fashion, film and jewellery making for young people to show off their talents.


Development plan on display

Development plan on display

Development plan on display

01 August 2008

The first in a series of exhibitions about plans to develop an eco-town at Newton takes place next week.


Eyes down for latest research

Eyes down for latest research

Eyes down for latest research

01 August 2008

An association that investigates Bingham’s heritage is on the lookout for original tiled flooring that was installed in many houses in the late 1880s and early 1900s.


Penguins pick up awards hat-trick

Penguins pick up awards hat-trick

Penguins pick up awards hat-trick

01 August 2008

Two members and a volunteer of a swimming club that provides training for the disabled have won awards for their achievements and dedication to the sport.


Pride of place

Pride of place

Pride of place

01 August 2008

Judges have named Bingham as the winner in its category in the Nottinghamshire Best Kept Village Competition — the first time it has been given the accolade.


Protesters rally against plans

Protesters rally against plans

Protesters rally against plans

01 August 2008

An OPEN-AIR rally is to be held in Bingham’s Market Square as part of on-going protests against a proposed eco-town at Newton.


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