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Fall in visitor numbers

Fall in visitor numbers

The National Civil War Centre (NCWC) in Newark has continued to see a decrease in visitor numbers, according to latest figures.

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Two men arrested in connection with London car theft

Two men arrested in connection with London car theft

Two men have been arrested in Nottinghamshire in connection with a theft of a car from London.


Campaign launched to raise awareness of system that helps 999 callers who are too scared speak

Campaign launched to raise awareness of system that helps 999 callers who are too scared speak

A national campaign to raise awareness of a system to help people alert police when in danger but unable to speak, was launched by IOPC yesterday.


Nominate staff for nursing awards

Nominate staff for nursing awards

Patients, families and staff are being invited to nominate nursing staff who have shown outstanding care and compassion.


Police patrolling churchyards

Police patrolling churchyards

Police say they are treating church thefts very seriously after an increasing number of incidents in March.


Waste mountain is set to be moved

Waste mountain is set to be moved

Residents who have lived near a mountain of illegally-dumped waste for four years could finally see it removed.


Friend turns to pedal power to help Lorcan

Friend turns to pedal power to help Lorcan

A 28-hour cycling challenge was held at the weekend to help pay for the medical care of a premature baby born to a Newark couple.


Choirs joined together in song

Choirs joined together in song

Children from a school choir in Newark joined with an adult choir for a workshop and concert at their school.

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Grotto raises £6,553 for charities

Grotto raises £6,553 for charities

Thousands of pounds raised by a Santa’s grotto in Newark have been presented to the charities it supported.

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Musicians tune up for concerts at town hall

Musicians tune up for concerts at town hall

Musicians will be playing instruments they have made themselves at two concerts in Newark next month.


Passenger picks up prizes

Passenger picks up prizes

An unsuspecting passenger got more than she bargained when she boarded a bus at Newark Bus Station.


Firefighters’ fundraising car wash

Firefighters’ fundraising car wash

A charity car wash by firefighters at Bingham Fire Station on Saturday raised more than £800 for The Fire Fighters Charity.


Hundreds join celebrity anglers at an open day

Hundreds join celebrity anglers at an open day

Families and people of all ages with an interest in fishing went along to an open day.


Marathon slimmer running in memory of his mother

Marathon slimmer running in memory of his mother

A man who lost 9½st is running the London Marathon in memory of his mother, who died of pancreatic cancer.


Taking a stand to stop litter dropping

Taking a stand to stop litter dropping

Residents united to take action against their village’s litter problem.


ELECTIONS: Candidates announced for Southwell Town Council elections next month

ELECTIONS: Candidates announced for Southwell Town Council elections next month

Candidates for the Southwell Town Council election on May 2 had until Wednesday (April 3) to nominate themselves.


New village hall grants scheme launched

New village hall grants scheme launched

ACRE have been given £3m for village halls, and the scheme was launched in Oxton by Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick and Lord Gardiner of Kimble.


Seeing athletics club on track

Seeing athletics club on track

Newark Athletic Club welcomed the trustees of the Newark Sports Association (NSA) to one of their club training nights.


Council approves plans to turn house into children's home

Council approves plans to turn house into children's home

Controversial plans to turn a house into a children's home have been approved by a council.


ELECTIONS: Who's standing for Newark Town Council?

ELECTIONS: Who's standing for Newark Town Council?

Candidates for the Newark Town Council election on May 2 had until Wednesday (April 3) to nominate themselves.


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