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Book to reveal the Civil War history of the ‘key to the North’

Book to reveal the Civil War history of the ‘key to the North’

Book to reveal the Civil War history of the ‘key to the North’

24 February 2024

Newark’s military role in the Civil War is to be explored in a new book, set to be published later this year.


Taste test reveals which of our fish and chip shops serves the best chips

Taste test reveals which of our fish and chip shops serves the best chips

Taste test reveals which of our fish and chip shops serves the best chips

21 February 2024

There’s nothing like a fresh bag of chips — but which Newark chippy does them best? We tried all 11 to find out.

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Bell rings out over town for Pancake Day

Bell rings out over town for Pancake Day

Bell rings out over town for Pancake Day

13 February 2024

Shrove Tuesday has been marked by the ringing of Newark’s Pancake Bell.


Are ghosts real or a Hollywood fantasy? I went to find out

Are ghosts real or a Hollywood fantasy? I went to find out

Are ghosts real or a Hollywood fantasy? I went to find out

13 February 2024

A mysterious rattling window, a disembodied scream and whistling from the stairs, I experienced them all on a paranormal investigation.

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Chance to hold the keys to prison and ensure welfare of inmates

Chance to hold the keys to prison and ensure welfare of inmates

Chance to hold the keys to prison and ensure welfare of inmates

13 February 2024

A group of volunteers who have access to all areas of a prison and ensure prisoners’ human rights are maintained is appealing for new members.

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Pancake Bell set to ring out over town

Pancake Bell set to ring out over town

Pancake Bell set to ring out over town

12 February 2024

A historic bell-ringing tradition is to be honoured tomorrow to mark Shrove Tuesday.


Art inspired by the meaning of dreams now on show

Art inspired by the meaning of dreams now on show

Art inspired by the meaning of dreams now on show

11 February 2024

An artist inspired by the meaning of dreams and the unconscious mind is now showing off her work.


Forest fans fundraising with charity trek to football game

Forest fans fundraising with charity trek to football game

Forest fans fundraising with charity trek to football game

07 February 2024

Five friends are going the distance in a fundraising feat by trekking over 20 miles to a Nottingham Forest game in support of charity.


New food offering to offer extended menu to fans

New food offering to offer extended menu to fans

New food offering to offer extended menu to fans

03 February 2024

A football club has extended its food offerings by trialling a hot food service during its games days.


City Ground painting goes down a storm with Forest fans

City Ground painting goes down a storm with Forest fans

City Ground painting goes down a storm with Forest fans

02 February 2024

Nottingham Forest fans have been full of praise for a town artist’s painting of the City Ground, which has garnered lots of attention online.


‘Lost’ painting by renowned artist sells for £18,000 at auction

‘Lost’ painting by renowned artist sells for £18,000 at auction

‘Lost’ painting by renowned artist sells for £18,000 at auction

31 January 2024

An antique painting discovered during a routine valuation event in Southwell has sold for a jaw-dropping £18,000 at auction.


False teeth and a suitcase full of biscuits among items lost at airport

False teeth and a suitcase full of biscuits among items lost at airport

False teeth and a suitcase full of biscuits among items lost at airport

25 January 2024

An airport has revealed some of the interesting items left behind.


Artists sought to bring book benches to life this summer

Artists sought to bring book benches to life this summer

Artists sought to bring book benches to life this summer

24 January 2024

Ten brightly decorated benches will be popping up around town this summer and local artists are being offered the chance to design them.

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Rare sighting of carnivorous creepy-crawly

Rare sighting of carnivorous creepy-crawly

Rare sighting of carnivorous creepy-crawly

21 January 2024

A rare, venomous, carnivorous centipede with under 50 recorded sightings in the UK has been spotted, with climate change believed to be the cause.

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Museum restores rare aircraft used in iconic movie

Museum restores rare aircraft used in iconic movie

Museum restores rare aircraft used in iconic movie

15 January 2024

A rare replica aircraft used in a famous war film is the latest display to be unveiled at a museum dedicated to bringing wartime history to life.


Chance to see rare dodecahedron for yourself

Chance to see rare dodecahedron for yourself

Chance to see rare dodecahedron for yourself

13 January 2024

A mystery Roman object which has puzzled archaeologists for years is now on display in a museum.

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New theory could shine a light on Roman mystery

New theory could shine a light on Roman mystery

New theory could shine a light on Roman mystery

12 January 2024

The TV appearance of a “baffling” rare Roman object unearthed in a village has attracted an enthusiast to share a theory of what it may be.

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Ancient orchard tradition honoured

Ancient orchard tradition honoured

Ancient orchard tradition honoured

10 January 2024

The ancient tradition of wassailing is to be honoured this month.


Have you got what it takes to be a servant in the 1800s?

Have you got what it takes to be a servant in the 1800s?

Have you got what it takes to be a servant in the 1800s?

10 January 2024

People are invited to take part in a series of challenges to find out if they would have made a good servant.


TV show to star mystery Roman object found near villa site which left archaeologists baffled

TV show to star mystery Roman object found near villa site which left archaeologists baffled

TV show to star mystery Roman object found near villa site which left archaeologists baffled

09 January 2024

A mysterious object unearthed by a community archaeology group is set to star in BBC2’s Digging for Britain today (Tuesday, Janaury 9).


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