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Videos from Newark Festival 2019

Videos from Newark Festival 2019

Thousands of people attended Newark Festival, which started on Friday night and ended on Sunday evening.


Trees to be saved after protests

Trees to be saved after protests

An application to build 62 new homes at The Bearings site has been revised to include the retention of a row of leyllandii trees.

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Newark Festival 2019 in pictures

Newark Festival 2019 in pictures

Thousands of people attended Newark Festival, which started on Friday night and ended on Sunday evening.


Yellow warning of thunderstorms for Nottinghamshire

Yellow warning of thunderstorms for Nottinghamshire

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning of thunderstorms in the Nottinghamshire area for Tuesday and Wednesday.


Mobile speed cameras in the area

Mobile speed cameras in the area

The list of sites where mobile speed cameras will be situated in Nottinghamshire this week has been announced.


£15m investment to stop future flooding

£15m investment to stop future flooding

A total of £15m has been spent on flood risk schemes across Nottinghamshire, it has been confirmed.


Fun in the park for Newark Festival

Fun in the park for Newark Festival

Newark Festival continues on Sunday with a free family fun day at Riverside Park.


Razorlight rock Newark Festival

Razorlight rock Newark Festival

Razorlight, The Feeling and the Lightning Seeds played to a packed Newark Festival on Saturday night.


Games café is a welcoming space for friendly rivalry

Games café is a welcoming space for friendly rivalry

The café, which was co-founded by Nigel Catt and Anthony Foxwell, has shelves full of games collected by the latter over the past 30 years.


Long locks are given the chop to help sick children

Long locks are given the chop to help sick children

A real-life Rapunzel has donated a half a metre of her hair to make a wig for sick children.


Marine remembers Normandy landings

Marine remembers Normandy landings

A veteran had an emotional return to Normandy on the anniversary of the D-Day landings.


MP pays tribute to hospice volunteers

MP pays tribute to hospice volunteers

To mark the end of National Volunteers Week, Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark, welcomed Newark MP Robert Jenrick.


Sigma launches Newark Festival weekend

Sigma launches Newark Festival weekend

Drum and bass act Sigma launched Newark Festival at Riverside Park on Friday night.


Day of action planned to clean-up town centre

Day of action planned to clean-up town centre

A major programme of works to spruce up the streets of Newark town centre has been lined up for a council-led day of action.

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Festival’s popularity continuing to grow

Festival’s popularity continuing to grow

A festival that attracted thousands of people continues to put Southwell on the map as a festival destination town, its organisers believe.


Mum helps families to get crafty down on the farm

Mum helps families to get crafty down on the farm

A new family farm venture hopes to help children learn more about food and farming through fun activities.


Sports students host school rounders event

Sports students host school rounders event

Sport students organised and led a round robin rounders event for eight primary schools.


Vacuum tanker pumps water out of Newark road

Vacuum tanker pumps water out of Newark road

A tanker has twice been used to pump water out of a large area of Lincoln Court, off Yorke Drive, Newark, which regularly floods after heavy rain.


Are secondary schools in Newark improving?

Are secondary schools in Newark improving?

In light of The Magnus Church of England Academy's 'Good' Ofsted rating, are secondary schools in Newark improving?


Fundraising snooker game sets a new world record

Fundraising snooker game sets a new world record

Two RAF Servicemen have broken a Guinness World Record attempt to play the longest snooker singles match ever recorded.


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