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Crossing surveys planned

Crossing surveys planned

Investigations are to take place to decide whether or not a new pedestrian crossing should be installed in Bingham.


Debate called on eco-town

Debate called on eco-town

A special meeting of Bingham Town Council will be held to discuss the suggestion of an eco-town on the former RAF Newton site.


Executive head to aid school recovery

Executive head to aid school recovery

An executive head has been appointed to work at Newark’s Magnus Church of England School after it was ordered to take special measures.


Festival a first for twinners

Festival a first for twinners

A wine and ale festival is being planned in the grounds of Newark Castle to mark the 25th anniversary of the signing of a charter confirming the town’s twinning link with Emmendingen in Germany.


Gardens’ delights on show

Gardens’ delights on show

Warmer weather signals the onset of open gardens season and more people are inviting visitors to view their outdoor delights.


Gates plan for arcade

Gates plan for arcade

The owners of The Arcade, Newark, are planning to install security gates to prevent people passing through it at night.


Hall scheme put forward

Hall scheme put forward

Plans have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for the redevelopment of Ollerton Hall.


Handy lesson learnt

Handy lesson learnt

Schoolchildren were shown the germs on their hands under an ultra-violet light as part of a demonstration to encourage them to wash their hands more thoroughly.


Let’s go green

Let’s go green

Efforts should be made to turn Bingham into an eco-town of the future instead of building 5,000 homes at nearby Newton, it has been claimed.


Marking virtues of marriage

Marking virtues of marriage

Couples renewed their wedding vows during a Celebration of Marriage Service at Southwell Minster on Saturday.


New school takes shape

New school takes shape

The final piece of the roof of a new £3.6m eco-friendly primary school was put in place on Tuesday.


On route to relief

On route to relief

Calls have been made for an Ollerton bypass to help solve traffic problems blighting the town.


Parent pinpoints need for class

Parent pinpoints need for class

A sewing club has been set up to help teach children the basics of needlecraft.


Pupils’ glorious garden

Pupils’ glorious garden

A school garden that has taken two parents two years to complete has been officially opened.


Residents back 20mph limit

Residents back 20mph limit

Residents voiced their support on Tuesday for a 20mph speed limit on all residential roads in Southwell.


Scouts settle into home

Scouts settle into home

The new £360,000 headquarters for Ollerton Scouts, Cubs, Brownies and Guides is now in full use, the annual meeting was told on Friday.


Society raises £1,500

Society raises £1,500

More than 200 people attended Southwell Choral Society’s garden party at Ashdene bed and breakfast, Halam, the home of Mr and Mrs David Herbert.


Timely gift for mayor

Timely gift for mayor

A wooden egg-timer was presented to the new Mayor of Newark, Mr Harry Molyneux, during the annual Mayor’s Sunday service.


Torc display decision due

Torc display decision due

The options for putting a 2,000-year-old necklace on public display will be discussed on Tuesday — with two venues on the shortlist.


United for James

United for James

A football-loving schoolboy faces a three-year battle to overcome leukaemia.


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