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Drive to bring in tourists

Drive to bring in tourists

The head of Southwell’s tourist information centre wants more people living in the town to take part in festivals and events.


Learning to love books

Learning to love books

Children made heart-themed bookmarks as part of a library fun morning.


Lottery secures charitys future

Lottery secures charitys future

The future of a support service that helps families with young children is secure for at least the next five years after it received a lottery grant.


Minster expects a royal guest

Minster expects a royal guest

A member of the Royal family is expected to attend a service of thanksgiving at Southwell Minster in the autumn.


Modern vision for medieval church

Modern vision for medieval church

A medieval rural church is looking to again become the hub of village life with plans that include installing a cash machine for residents.


Money suckers

Money suckers

The total filched by three men who spent five years defrauding Newark and Sherwood District Council taxpayers will never be known, it emerged this week.


Orchard plans may bear fruit

Orchard plans may bear fruit

A community orchard and wild flower meadow could be planted as part of a £22,000 scheme for land next to the River Greet, Southwell.


Plane crash revelations

Plane crash revelations

New findings about seven men who died when their Lancaster crashed in a field near Staunton 65 years ago on Monday was put on show in St Mary’s Church, Staunton on Sunday.


Plea made to stop the rot

Plea made to stop the rot

A total of £30,000 is needed to repair Bingham Town Pavilion and save it for the future.


Pupils scale new heights

Pupils scale new heights

Children climbed the equivalent height of Mount Everest in their school hall.


Rattled by chain cost

Rattled by chain cost

Nearly £1,000 could be spent making repairs and improvements to the Mayor of Bingham’s chain of office.


School lights review

School lights review

Lights in the grounds of a school designed to be eco-friendly are being left on.


Second tragedy strikes family

Second tragedy strikes family

The wife of a dedicated biker and family man has spoken of her devastation after her husband was killed in a road accident, five years after their daughter also died in an accident.


Secure future for day centre

Secure future for day centre

Users and staff of a Bingham day centre have been assured that the service is not under threat.


Signs of support

Signs of support

More than 500 people have signed a petition calling for a green area of Bingham to be spared from development.


Sitting sculpture stolen

Sitting sculpture stolen

A wire model spent the day in Newark Market Place on Monday before being stolen.


Snags rule out one-way plans

Snags rule out one-way plans

A one-way system will not be implemented in Bingham because there would be too many disadvantages to it, according to a senior highways officer.


Solving a prickly problem

Solving a prickly problem

Animal lover Kirsten Kennedy is devoting her spare time to rescuing sick and injured hedgehogs —- with positive results.


Town’s tax up by 5%

Town’s tax up by 5%

Council taxpayers living in Newark will pay 5% more for services provided by the town council this year.


Work begins on centre

Work begins on centre

Residents of Nottinghamshire’s newest village watched building work finally start on their long-awaited community centre this week.


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