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Poppy-patterned face masks are among the latest creations being produced at a Newark craft hub.
Advice has been issued to families thinking of trick or treating or marking Bonfire Night this year.
There were a variety of opinions from members of the public and businesses in response to Nottinghamshire being placed in the 'high risk' category.
For some, a reduction in daylight can bring on negative thoughts. For many, this forces a change in habit — a reliance on artificial lighting.
The hotel is set for a February opening date, with work gathering pace post-lockdown, and could be a catalyst for town centre revitalisation.
With average property prices in the East Midlands being £241,749, they are £387,512 cheaper than the Greater London average of £629,261.
Residents and groups are being asked to put forward those they think should be recognised in the borough council’s Celebrating Rushcliffe Awards.
Walk A Mile In My Shoes is being run by Shawmind and wants to get people thinking about and discussing the issues by walking and talking for a month.
You could be in with the chance of winning a two-bedroom detached cottage in Ollerton by purchasing a ticket in a raffle.
There are several events that people can get out and enjoy as part of Heritage Open Days.
Supporters of Christian Aid will be aiming to complete a virtual pilgrimage throughout September.