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Build in the balance

Build in the balance

Build in the balance

23 January 2009

The future of the former Minster School site on Church Street, Southwell, is uncertain after the builders planning to develop it applied for administration.


Flood check for village

Flood check for village

Flood check for village

23 January 2009

The banks of a river will be checked by experts to ensure they are sturdy enough to prevent a village from flooding.


Flying high with heated cloak design

Flying high with heated cloak design

Flying high with heated cloak design

23 January 2009

A fashion student from Southwell is a finalist in a national design competition sponsored by Marks and Spencer.


Past preserved for the future

Past preserved for the future

Past preserved for the future

23 January 2009

Records from Southwell Minster dating back to the 14th Century will be catalogued and preserved as part of a £38,000 project.


Recorder groups bid to recruit members

Recorder groups bid to recruit members

Recorder groups bid to recruit members

23 January 2009

Recorder players are encouraging people to brush the dust off their old instruments and play again.


Calling out for heroes

Calling out for heroes

Calling out for heroes

16 January 2009

A search has been launched for Southwell’s unsung heroes.


County pride for school

County pride for school

County pride for school

16 January 2009

The Minster School, Southwell, was ranked the second best comprehensive school in Nottinghamshire in Government league tables published yesterday.


Hotline answers prayers

Hotline answers prayers

Hotline answers prayers

16 January 2009

Children at an infants’ school in Southwell use a home-made telephone in the school’s spiritual garden to say their prayers to God.


Letters reveal widow’s story

Letters reveal widow’s story

Letters reveal widow’s story

16 January 2009

Letters found in New Zealand have helped a historian research the life of a widow who helped found Holy Trinity Church, Southwell.


Plot to meet rising demand

Plot to meet rising demand

Plot to meet rising demand

16 January 2009

A new allotment site is being planned to help meet growing demand.


Book focuses on village life

Book focuses on village life

Book focuses on village life

09 January 2009

An historical book that shows how two villages have changed over the last century has been published.


Bramley statue is in doubt

Bramley statue is in doubt

Bramley statue is in doubt

09 January 2009

Plans for a statue to mark the 200th anniversary of the Bramley apple are in doubt after a grant application towards the estimated cost of up to £27,000 was thrown out.


Committee builds case against homes

Committee builds case against homes

Committee builds case against homes

09 January 2009

Southwell’s infrastructure would struggle to cope with new homes, town councillors agreed on Wednesday.


Dark park a danger

Dark park a danger

Dark park a danger

09 January 2009

Lights installed more than five months ago are still not working at a Southwell park branded a no-go area after dark.


In tune for new organ

In tune for new organ

In tune for new organ

09 January 2009

A church is having to use a small keyboard during its services because its organ was badly damaged by rain that seeped through after thieves stole lead off the roof.


Sweet sound of national success

Sweet sound of national success

Sweet sound of national success

09 January 2009

An 11-year-old girl has been chosen for the National Children’s Orchestra for Great Britain.


Preserve the past

Preserve the past

Preserve the past

02 January 2009

A group dedicated to preserving the heritage of Southwell has backed calls to protect Roman remains found in the town.


Success for bus stop bid

Success for bus stop bid

Success for bus stop bid

02 January 2009

A BUS stop will be provided close to an old people’s home in Southwell after a four-year campaign.


Trip offers taste of African living

Trip offers taste of African living

Trip offers taste of African living

02 January 2009

A teaching assistant is preparing to travel to Kenya where she will live in a village with locals while helping the community.


£200,000 cancer unit target

£200,000 cancer unit target

£200,000 cancer unit target

26 December 2008

People are being urged to back a £200,000 appeal to set up a permanent breast cancer screening unit at Newark Hospital.


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