The plane will fly over Newark hospital at around 5.42pm today (Saturday 11th July) and has the words ‘Thank U NHS’ written across the wings.
After the COVID-19 pandemic closed it's doors for more than 100 days, Newark's National Civil War Centre is preparing to re-open.
The 1st Balderton Scout & Guide band has met virtually throughout the pandemic and put together an online performance in tribute to Armed Forces Day.
Residents of Newark and Sherwood can expect to see extra patrols from the Nottinghamshire Police this Saturday, as pubs reopen for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown.
Robert Jenrick, Newark MP and Housing Secretary, appeared in Newark Market Place this morning to announce a new bike rental scheme for the town.
The Palace Theatre Newark turns 100 this week and while it’s not the celebration expected, the team is not going to let the centenary pass without celebration.
Nottinghamshire County Council has confirmed that wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships in registry offices or Council approved premises can recommence from Saturday 4th July following the updated Government guidelines.
Local man, Ben Walker, has set himself a challenge to complete ten miles a day for five days, carrying a 25kg rucksack.
Robert Jenrick was asked about his decision to grant a housing development planning application by a previous Conservative donor the day before a new levy came into place.
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.