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Newark to be transformed into a Fun Palace full of opportunity this weekend

Newark to be transformed into a Fun Palace full of opportunity this weekend

Newark to be transformed into a Fun Palace full of opportunity this weekend

28 September 2021

Newark will be full of opportunities to try new things and develop new skills this weekend as part of nationwide Fun Palace celebrations.


Town hall museum to re-open soon while re-development plans pursued

Town hall museum to re-open soon while re-development plans pursued

Town hall museum to re-open soon while re-development plans pursued

27 September 2021

The town hall museum in its current will re-open as soon as practical, expected to be by the end of October, while re-development plans are pursued.


Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

27 September 2021

Year 9 pupils have been dancing each week since the Dance course was introduced at the beginning of term.


Pupils at UK-first air and space institute in Newark welcomed

Pupils at UK-first air and space institute in Newark welcomed

Pupils at UK-first air and space institute in Newark welcomed

26 September 2021

The UK’s first International Air and Space Training Institute, IASTI Newark, welcomed its first cohort of students with a ceremony.


College offers warm welcome to new students

College offers warm welcome to new students

College offers warm welcome to new students

21 September 2021

There was a buzz at Newark College as students enjoyed a festival of fun, food and freebies as part of a range of activities to welcome new starters.

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Childminder retires after nearly 40 years of care

Childminder retires after nearly 40 years of care

Childminder retires after nearly 40 years of care

21 September 2021

A childminder has retired after nearly 40 years of providing care to hundreds of youngsters.


UK's first international air and space institute in Newark announces two major industry partners

UK's first international air and space institute in Newark announces two major industry partners

UK's first international air and space institute in Newark announces two major industry partners

21 September 2021

Two major partnerships have been unveiled for the UK’s first International Air & Space Training Institute, IASTI Newark.

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Academy bounceathon and swimarathon raise more than £6,000 for good cause

Academy bounceathon and swimarathon raise more than £6,000 for good cause

Academy bounceathon and swimarathon raise more than £6,000 for good cause

20 September 2021

A school has raised thousands of pounds for a cause by taking part in a mass bounceathon.


Newark's newest school welcomes its first students

Newark's newest school welcomes its first students

Newark's newest school welcomes its first students

19 September 2021

Newark’s newest primary school building Christ Church Church of England Primary School has opened its doors to its first pupils.


Church schoolroom opens its doors after countless hours of hard work

Church schoolroom opens its doors after countless hours of hard work

Church schoolroom opens its doors after countless hours of hard work

18 September 2021

Church schoolroom proudly opened its doors after two years of historical research.


Pop-up event to be held by Newark Book Festival organisers this weekend

Pop-up event to be held by Newark Book Festival organisers this weekend

Pop-up event to be held by Newark Book Festival organisers this weekend

15 September 2021

The team behind the Newark Book Festival will be holding a special one-day pop-up event in Edwinstowe on Saturday.


Minster appoints first girl head chorister in its 1,000-year history

Minster appoints first girl head chorister in its 1,000-year history

Minster appoints first girl head chorister in its 1,000-year history

15 September 2021

For the first time in its 1,000-year history, Southwell Minster has appointed its first head girl chorister.


Future of primary school decided by county council

Future of primary school decided by county council

Future of primary school decided by county council

14 September 2021

A primary school will stay open for another year after Nottinghamshire County Council decided to defer the decision over its future.


Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

13 September 2021

Around three million children could be eligible for a first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab.

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Newark nursery becomes one of the most recommended in East Midlands

Newark nursery becomes one of the most recommended in East Midlands

Newark nursery becomes one of the most recommended in East Midlands

11 September 2021

A nursery has been named one of the most recommended nurseries after managing to score a perfect ten our of ten based on it's reviews from parents.


Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

09 September 2021

Children aged just four and five will now be able to join the Scout Association as it launches its first new group for 35 years.


Devastating fall in girls' happiness warns Girlguiding UK

Devastating fall in girls' happiness warns Girlguiding UK

Devastating fall in girls' happiness warns Girlguiding UK

07 September 2021

The happiness of girls continues to decline dramatically, says the well-respected charity, which is now insisting the government take action.


Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

07 September 2021

With Covid cases rising could a short, sharp lockdown and longer half term break be needed? Reports suggest the government is considering it.


Councillors to discuss future of primary school as numbers continue to dwindle

Councillors to discuss future of primary school as numbers continue to dwindle

Councillors to discuss future of primary school as numbers continue to dwindle

05 September 2021

Councillors are set to discuss the future of a school that could close as pupil numbers continue to plummet.

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Ninjutsu classes to return indoors with new kids class

Ninjutsu classes to return indoors with new kids class

Ninjutsu classes to return indoors with new kids class

03 September 2021

A ninjutsu group has announced it will be returning to indoor training from this weekend with the introduction of a new class for children.


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