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Fair stays faithful to founders vision

Fair stays faithful to founders vision

Gymnastic performances from young offenders were among the different attractions on offer at Bingham’s first town fair in 1976.


Familys despair at lack of help

Familys despair at lack of help

The family of a former pupil at Toot Hill School, Bingham, who died while on a night out, face having to live with never knowing exactly how it happened.


Festival fever

Festival fever

Hundreds are expected to descend on Southwell this weekend for one of the biggest folk festivals ever to be held in Nottinghamshire.


Flytippers blight secluded lane

Flytippers blight secluded lane

Fly-tippers are ruining a secluded lane behind a town centre street.


Gardeners root for good causes

Gardeners root for good causes

Gardens approved by the National Garden Scheme are to be opened to the public to raise money for charity.


Green light for Grove

Green light for Grove

Work on a new Grove School is expected to start in January 2011 as part of a multi-million pound schools redevelopment programme.


Help at hand for carers

Help at hand for carers

Looking after a relative or friend can leave carers feeling isolated and exhausted.


Hospitals chimney to come down

Hospitals chimney to come down

A 22-metre chimney that has been a Newark landmark for more than 100 years is being taken down brick-by-brick (right).


Litter louts taint parks new look

Litter louts taint parks new look

Empty cans and used condoms littered a children’s play area just a week after £42,000-worth of improvements were completed.


Looking at toilets provision

Looking at toilets provision

Businesses in Newark town centre could be asked to let the public use their toilets.


Lowest of the low

Lowest of the low

A widow is appealing for help in finding those responsible for damaging a marble headstone on her husband’s grave in the cemetery on Forest Road, Ollerton.


Memorial riders aim for £10,000

Memorial riders aim for £10,000

A group of friends are determined to raise £10,000 for Southwell Medical Centre and Diabetes UK in memory of Mrs Kathryn West, who died just before Christmas.


Minister visits town charities

Minister visits town charities

A Government minister visited two Newark charities to find out more about voluntary work and the difference it makes in the community.


Patients join fight against polyclinics

Patients join fight against polyclinics

Patients at GP surgeries in Newark are backing a national campaign to save NHS practices.


Pavilion named

Pavilion named

Nottingham Forest Football Club’s player of the year, Julian Bennett, on Saturday officially opened a sports pavilion named after a father of two.


Pipe thefts spark gas blast fear

Pipe thefts spark gas blast fear

Thieves causing gas leaks by stealing copper pipes are putting lives at risk, the police and fire service have warned this week.


Plans confirmed for college rebuilding

Plans confirmed for college rebuilding

The Dukeries College, Ollerton, looks set to be rebuilt and become an academy within the next four years.


Ploughing through years of memories

Ploughing through years of memories

Hundreds of former students and staff are expected to attend an event to mark 60 years of education and training at Nottingham Trent University’s Brackenhurst campus a week tomorrow.


Primarys closure approved

Primarys closure approved

Parents and pupils were deflated and disappointed to be told that Nottinghamshire’s smallest primary school will close in December.


Pupils paintings to draw donations

Pupils paintings to draw donations

PAINTINGS by primary school pupils will feature in an art exhibition at Orston Village Hall this weekend.


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