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Café offers nervous folk a gentle return to socialising

Café offers nervous folk a gentle return to socialising

A café is doing what it can to help ease people back into socialising as lockdown restrictions ease.

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Year six leavers take part in drive-by graduation

Year six leavers take part in drive-by graduation

School leavers at Bilsthorpe Flying High Academy had a graduation ceremony with a difference thanks to the coronavirus restrictions.


Newark and Sherwood sees highest rise in covid-19 cases in Nottinghamshire today

Newark and Sherwood sees highest rise in covid-19 cases in Nottinghamshire today

Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.


Nottingham Forest are coming to a town near you

Nottingham Forest are coming to a town near you

It's a programme to get young people active after lockdown and divert them from anti-social behaviour.


38th day of no coronavirus-related deaths for trust as Saturday and Sunday show no new data

38th day of no coronavirus-related deaths for trust as Saturday and Sunday show no new data

The trust runs Newark Hospital, King's Mill Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital.


Newark and Sherwood records rise in positive coronavirus cases

Newark and Sherwood records rise in positive coronavirus cases

According to the latest public data ­— 303,952 patients in the UK have tested positive and 46,193 people have died.


Girlguides virtually celebrate 90th birthday of one of its camps

Girlguides virtually celebrate 90th birthday of one of its camps

Members of Girlguiding Nottinghamshire have come together virtually to mark the 90th birthday for one of its camps.


Last survivor of final Navy vessel sunk in WW2 speaks of experiences

Last survivor of final Navy vessel sunk in WW2 speaks of experiences

As VJ Day looms, the last survivor of the final Royal Naval vessel sunk in the second world war recalls the experience that nearly took his life.


Property of the Week — Impressive period residence has eight bedrooms

Property of the Week — Impressive period residence has eight bedrooms

The property, on Beacon Hill Road, has eight bedrooms, four bathrooms and five reception rooms, as well as a sun lounge and two cellars.


School completes £40,000 energy saving project to reduce carbon footprint

School completes £40,000 energy saving project to reduce carbon footprint

Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire has supported the Sir William Robertson Academy to invest in reducing its carbon footprint.


Smokers more adversely affected by coronavirus — Newark and Sherwood GP

Smokers more adversely affected by coronavirus — Newark and Sherwood GP

If you are one of one million smokers across the country who has quit during lockdown, well done, writes Dr Thilan Bartholomeuz in his latest column.


Woman's bid to lose five stone by December

Woman's bid to lose five stone by December

Judith Rak, of Farndon, said raising money for the Shire Horse Society, a charity close to her heart, was the driving force behind her sponsored diet.


England Hockey explores the next steps

England Hockey explores the next steps

Chairman of Newark Hockey Club Arran Coggan is hopeful of a ‘relatively normal season’ as England Hockey plans to move beyond step two on its roadmap.


Appeal: Have you seen these stolen bikes?

Appeal: Have you seen these stolen bikes?

Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of two distinctive racing bikes which were stolen from a garage.


Two more coronavirus cases confirmed in Newark and Sherwood

Two more coronavirus cases confirmed in Newark and Sherwood

According to the latest public data ­— 303,181 patients in the UK have tested positive and 46,119 people have died.


Beaumond House's Newark charity shop to re-open this week

Beaumond House's Newark charity shop to re-open this week

All three of its shops closed in March in line with government guidance in response to covid-19.

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Construction manager wins national award for Middlebeck homes

Construction manager wins national award for Middlebeck homes

Chris Laywood received a National House-Building Council Pride in the Job Quality Award for his excellence in site management the development.


Founding member of Newark's folk scene dies

Founding member of Newark's folk scene dies

A man with music in his heart and charity in mind died on Saturday after a battle with a form of lung cancer.


Licence to sell alcohol until 4am on weekends at Corn Exchange submitted

Licence to sell alcohol until 4am on weekends at Corn Exchange submitted

The company behind plans to re-open the venue have said the proposal focuses on food and entertainment for the family, rather than being a nightclub.

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Newark supermarket asks for donations in Big Virtual Collection

Newark supermarket asks for donations in Big Virtual Collection

Jade Chapman, community champion for Morrisons Newark, said due to coronavirus, the shop had been without its in-store CLIC Sargent fundraising tins.

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