The Sherwood Forest Hospitals’ NHS Foundation Trust has announced that the Urgent Care Centre at Newark Hospital will be temporarily closed between 10pm and 9am from Monday as a response to Coronavirus.
Hundreds of businesses have already received grants promised by central government, which have initially been financed by the District Council using its own resources by re-prioritising its cash flow, ahead of being reimbursed by central government.
The County Council is urging local people to do their bit as it seeks to recruit a huge team of temporary social care and support workers to help battle the coronavirus crisis.
A new email address and phone number have been launched to help any isolated Nottinghamshire residents get the support they need during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Vehicle owners will be granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing, enabling them to continue to travel to work where this absolutely cannot be done from home, or shop for necessities.
Fruit and vegetable, meat, bread and fish stalls will still be trading, with customers asked to stay two metres apart.
The Government and the UK rail industry have agreed a plan that will see a gradual reduction in train services across the country to reflect lower passenger demand, while keeping vital rail services running.
Councillor David Lloyd and Accountable Officer for Newark and Sherwood CCG Amanda Sullivan spoke to Radio Newark about their responses to Coronavirus, you can find our live blog below.
The event on Newark Showground which was due to take place on the 9th and 10th May 2020 has been cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns.
Newark and Sherwood District Council have released a statement regarding its plans to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Armed Police were seen in Newark last night
LHG Events, organisers of Ellis Mather presents Newark Festival, have just confirmed one of the nation’s most popular DJs; Jo Whiley for Friday night. Jo will be bringing her popular Jo Whiley’s 90s Anthems Tour to Newark, including all the best tracks from this great decade of music and this will undoubtedly be one of the biggest nights out of the year!
The Just Be You campaign has involved seven schools and a popular local choir, in recording separately and then collectively a community single.
There could be relief at last for residents living close to an unauthorised waste site near Newark after an appeal against a Nottinghamshire County Council notice ordering the site’s clearance was dismissed.
The National Civil War Centre’s award-winning Learning and Participation Team is offering free school assemblies to local primary schools in March and April.
A partnership approach to tackling anti-social behaviour in Balderton has led to a significant reduction of nuisance reports and a number of banning letters issued.
Plans for a £15m scheme to build the new Orchard Special School and Newark Day Service Centre in Balderton have been approved by Nottinghamshire County Council.