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Historical items and memorabilia sought for academy's archive

Historical items and memorabilia sought for academy's archive

Historical items and memorabilia sought for academy's archive

An archivist is seeking donations of items and artefacts to preserve in a school’s dedicated archive.


What changes could be coming for the county show? Second picture special

What changes could be coming for the county show? Second picture special

What changes could be coming for the county show? Second picture special

Covid forced some changes to the organisation of the Nottinghamshire County Show this year, chiefly it becoming a one-day event rather than two.


County show — back with a bang and here in pictures

County show — back with a bang and here in pictures

County show — back with a bang and here in pictures

The Nottinghamshire County Show burst back into the farming calendar on Saturday — after a two-year covid absence.


Showcasing the art of violin-making and the history of Newark's dedicated school

Showcasing the art of violin-making and the history of Newark's dedicated school

Showcasing the art of violin-making and the history of Newark's dedicated school

A gallery's next exhibition will showcase the art of violin-making and the history of the Newark International School of Violin Making.


Spring has sprung at toddler forest school

Spring has sprung at toddler forest school

Spring has sprung at toddler forest school

A Newark school is getting toddlers out in the great outdoors to learn about nature.


Book fair to raise money for church roof

Book fair to raise money for church roof

Book fair to raise money for church roof

A book fair is set to take place later this month to help raise money for a church roof.


Plans for tennis court are batted from multi-million-pound sports village in Newark

Plans for tennis court are batted from multi-million-pound sports village in Newark

Plans for tennis court are batted from multi-million-pound sports village in Newark

Changes to a multi-million-pound sports and leisure development in Newark were waved through by district planning members.

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Over £400,000 awarded to Holocaust centre for post-pandemic transformation

Over £400,000 awarded to Holocaust centre for post-pandemic transformation

Over £400,000 awarded to Holocaust centre for post-pandemic transformation

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum in Laxton has been granted £460,000 as part of a post-pandemic transformation fund.


Conservation area not used for ten years unearthed by Newark school staff and students

Conservation area not used for ten years unearthed by Newark school staff and students

Conservation area not used for ten years unearthed by Newark school staff and students

Green-fingered school staff and students have unearthed a conservation area which hadn’t been used for at least ten years.


Spectacular Space Voyage is coming to Southwell Minster

Spectacular Space Voyage is coming to Southwell Minster

Spectacular Space Voyage is coming to Southwell Minster

An opportunity to ponder our relationship with the planet Earth and beyond is explored in a fantastic sound and light experience.


Schools told to ensure uniform costs are reasonable amid high price concerns

Schools told to ensure uniform costs are reasonable amid high price concerns

Schools told to ensure uniform costs are reasonable amid high price concerns

Schools have been reminded to ensure costs of their uniforms are reasonable amid concerns over high prices for branded school items.


Newark pensioner punished for campaign of harassment, nuisance and false reporting

Newark pensioner punished for campaign of harassment, nuisance and false reporting

Newark pensioner punished for campaign of harassment, nuisance and false reporting

A pensioner has been issued with an indefinite Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) for harassing her neighbours and being a nuisance.

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Newark's YMCA village to have more facilities, but tennis courts will close

Newark's YMCA village to have more facilities, but tennis courts will close

Newark's YMCA village to have more facilities, but tennis courts will close

A multi-million-pound activity village is due to introduce more cycling facilities and close its tennis courts.

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Gulf War prisoner lectures college students on exploits

Gulf War prisoner lectures college students on exploits

Gulf War prisoner lectures college students on exploits

Aviation students at the re-branded Newark Air and Space Institute received a powerful enrichment session from prisoner of war John Peters.

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