Nottinghamshire foster carers and fostering staff come together to share #WhyWeCare
Foster carers, social workers and staff from Nottinghamshire County Council’s fostering service have come together to share their own messages of #WhyWeCare this Foster Care Fortnight
Days out are back on at the National Civil War Centre this month
One of Newark and Sherwood’s very own national attractions is to open its doors again for the first time this year after England moves into step 3 of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown. From Wednesday 19 May, the National Civil War Centre will be welcoming visitors back to discover how the world turned upside down for our 17th century ancestors as well as exploring the history of Newark itself across two Newark Museum galleries.
Next phase in transformational Newark Gateway plans
AMBITIOUS plans to redevelop the first phase of the Newark Gateway site – comprising Newark Lorry Park and the adjacent former livestock market - have reached the next milestone.
Follow election results live
Nottinghamshire residents will be able to follow election results across various channels through the county council’s official results service.
Making regular COVID-19 testing part of your weekly routine in Newark and Sherwood
As Newark and Sherwood continues on the road to lifting lockdown, we are encouraging residents to make regular home testing for COVID-19 part of their weekly routine.
New rapid Covid-19 testing sites now available for all members of the West Lindsey public to access
Any member of the public not showing symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) can access supervised testing in Gainsborough and Market Rasen from this week. (26/04)
Government scheme to support rural areas to connect to lightning-fast broadband
RURAL households and businesses in Newark and Sherwood are being urged to take advantage of a new grant that will provide faster broadband.
Celebrating wildflowers in council parks
TWO budding young artists have won a competition to turn their artwork into brand new park signage.