Calls have been made to rename a university building dedicated to William Gladstone — a former Newark MP — due to his views on slavery.
Children at a nursery have been kept busy while at home during lockdown with challenges set by their key workers.
Usually, during the spring and summer terms, the choir of a Newark school would be visiting care and nursing homes to sing to residents.
Newark College is planning a virtual open day — giving potential students the chance to learn more about the college, its courses and facilities.
Active Notts — whose aim is to get people more active — has been working to send out 200 feel good boxes to families across the region.
No playdough, sandpits or water games and no floor markings for children's play areas or timed toilet breaks. This is what a childcare provider says.
Face-to-face meetings of groups have been suspended, but this hasn't stopped members of all ages getting involved in exciting activities.
Thousands of pupils are back in their classrooms today — and will be coming to terms with a very different learning environment.
Plans are being drawn up to re-open Nottinghamshire County Council’s libraries and archive services in line with government advice.
BeanBlock, in St Mark’s Place, was founded by two mums with young children who struggled to find a place to eat and socialise with kids in the area.
The rotary club wants entries featuring artwork, baking, keeping active, pets and wildlife, among other things.