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Retiring from work and ready for adventure? This may be the group for you

Retiring from work and ready for adventure? This may be the group for you

Retiring from work and ready for adventure? This may be the group for you

30 April 2021

A number of like-minded groups across the Advertiser area have invited the public to join them as the coronavirus lockdown is lifted.


Safe in Newark Market Place was removals job gone wrong

Safe in Newark Market Place was removals job gone wrong

Safe in Newark Market Place was removals job gone wrong

28 April 2021

A man admits 'it must have looked a bit dodgy' when a safe fell off the back of a van in removals job gone wrong.

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Woman's Pagan business grows rapidly thanks to its niche nature

Woman's Pagan business grows rapidly thanks to its niche nature

Woman's Pagan business grows rapidly thanks to its niche nature

27 April 2021

Jeanine Hamlyn owns two shops selling Pagan, wicca and nature-based witch craft supplies and giftware.


Police make light work of safe 'theft' inquiry in Newark

Police make light work of safe 'theft' inquiry in Newark

Police make light work of safe 'theft' inquiry in Newark

27 April 2021

Men were seen manhandling the safe in Newark Market Place.


Woman at breaking point over carers walking into her home — the wrong address

Woman at breaking point over carers walking into her home — the wrong address

Woman at breaking point over carers walking into her home — the wrong address

03 April 2021

Kathleen Faulkner lives on Wolfit Avenue, Balderton, but the carers are looking for Wolfit Avenue Mews.

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Experienced kiln glass artist secures £17,500 loan to expand her business

Experienced kiln glass artist secures £17,500 loan to expand her business

Experienced kiln glass artist secures £17,500 loan to expand her business

12 March 2021

She has secured a £17,500 start-up loan from First Enterprise ­— Enterprise Loans to expand her glass-making business and launch a new collection.


Newark charity skydive to give thrill-seeking husband the opportunity of a lifetime

Newark charity skydive to give thrill-seeking husband the opportunity of a lifetime

Newark charity skydive to give thrill-seeking husband the opportunity of a lifetime

12 March 2021

Rachel Yarnell decided to sign up her husband, Chris Yarnell, for the skydive as a surprise after being inspired by a friend’s fundraising.


Twitter thread by East Mids Railway jokingly compares trains to chocolate bars

Twitter thread by East Mids Railway jokingly compares trains to chocolate bars

Twitter thread by East Mids Railway jokingly compares trains to chocolate bars

04 March 2021

Different liveries of trains have been matched to the likes of a Milky Way, a white Twix and an orange flavoured Twirl.

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Beauty salon owner attracts praise for her ever-changing window art

Beauty salon owner attracts praise for her ever-changing window art

Beauty salon owner attracts praise for her ever-changing window art

15 February 2021

Danielle Lister, of Hawton Road, Newark, has found a creative way to keep busy while her business is closed for the time being.


Gamers rally round to help console kids in and around Newark

Gamers rally round to help console kids in and around Newark

Gamers rally round to help console kids in and around Newark

01 January 2021

A gaming enthusiast who started a Facebook club for like-minded individuals has raised more than £1,500 for children suffering through bereavement.


Mermaid cove company survives after council grant U-turn

Mermaid cove company survives after council grant U-turn

Mermaid cove company survives after council grant U-turn

01 January 2021

Founder of Ollerton-based Mermaid Cove applied for a business financial support grant with the district council, and was originally rejected.


Churchyard nativity is a real community effort

Churchyard nativity is a real community effort

Churchyard nativity is a real community effort

26 December 2020

The Rev Liz Murray, of Elston All Saints Church, came up with the idea but the efforts of several residents made it a reality.


How to get involved in Newark fire station's festive drive-around this evening

How to get involved in Newark fire station's festive drive-around this evening

How to get involved in Newark fire station's festive drive-around this evening

17 December 2020

Newark fire trucks are doing a festive drive-around this evening visiting homes all lit up.


Traditional play held virtually in aid of learning disability charity

Traditional play held virtually in aid of learning disability charity

Traditional play held virtually in aid of learning disability charity

30 November 2020

Sullivan’s Sword would normally be announcing details of its January performance but has instead pre-recorded the play for viewers to watch online.


Annual lantern parade to be held through people's windows this year

Annual lantern parade to be held through people's windows this year

Annual lantern parade to be held through people's windows this year

29 November 2020

The annual lantern parade through Southwell will be replaced this year by lanterns in people’s windows.


Appeal launched for villa site survey

Appeal launched for villa site survey

Appeal launched for villa site survey

29 November 2020

Norton Disney’s history and archaeology group is to find out the true size of its nationally important Roman villa and Iron Age archaeology.


This is when to catch a glimpse of the Leonids meteor shower

This is when to catch a glimpse of the Leonids meteor shower

This is when to catch a glimpse of the Leonids meteor shower

17 November 2020

This is when to see the much-anticipated meteor shower.


First place for couple and their gigantic vegetables

First place for couple and their gigantic vegetables

First place for couple and their gigantic vegetables

22 October 2020

Simon and Caroline Croson entered their whopping 300lb pumpkin and 24lb celery into the CANNA UK National Giant Vegetables Championship.


This book was literally launched ­— on a boat

This book was literally launched ­— on a boat

This book was literally launched ­— on a boat

05 October 2020

Covid-19 regulations meant Norwell Parish Heritage Group could not invite people to the village hall to celebrate.


Battered dolls house is transformed and gifted to special cause

Battered dolls house is transformed and gifted to special cause

Battered dolls house is transformed and gifted to special cause

02 October 2020

Emily Hatton, of Newark, purchased the old dolls house for a bargain price of just £20 and made it her mission to restore it.


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