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All Saints 'miracle' as cash comes in for tower repairs

22 November 2020
All Saints 'miracle' as cash comes in for tower repairs

All Saints 'miracle' as cash comes in for tower repairs

22 November 2020

A project to improve a Grade I-listed church in the area has been awarded nearly £67,400.


‘Real concern’ after hare coursing cases soar during October

21 November 2020
‘Real concern’ after hare coursing cases soar during October

‘Real concern’ after hare coursing cases soar during October

21 November 2020

A late harvest and more police forces getting tougher on hunting has meant a spike in incidents.


Good Neighbour Scheme for the town to decide

20 November 2020
Good Neighbour Scheme for the town to decide

Good Neighbour Scheme for the town to decide

20 November 2020

A survey is under way to find out if a planned befriending and community service should be formed.


TV and IT goods stolen during church break-in

20 November 2020
TV and IT goods stolen during church break-in

TV and IT goods stolen during church break-in

20 November 2020

A CCTV camera was 'disabled' before thieves broke into a number of rooms and cupboards.


Year group at school self-isolating after three positive COVID-19 tests

19 November 2020
Year group at school self-isolating after three positive COVID-19 tests

Year group at school self-isolating after three positive COVID-19 tests

19 November 2020

Remote learning is in place for students having to stay at home for several days because of coronavirus.


Cloud over fashion retailer as it goes into administration

19 November 2020
Cloud over fashion retailer as it goes into administration

Cloud over fashion retailer as it goes into administration

19 November 2020

A failure to find a buyer for a clothing chain hit by COVID-19 has led to drastic action.


Cases falling despite confusion over COVID-19 figures

19 November 2020
Cases falling despite confusion over COVID-19 figures

Cases falling despite confusion over COVID-19 figures

19 November 2020

A wide variation in coronavirus data for the area has been blamed on a 'time lag'.


Handy guide to planned roadworks in the area

19 November 2020
Handy guide to planned roadworks in the area

Handy guide to planned roadworks in the area

19 November 2020

Temporary traffic lights and road closures will be in place at certain locations this week.


Store assures shoppers: 'Dave's still here'

19 November 2020
Store assures shoppers: 'Dave's still here'

Store assures shoppers: 'Dave's still here'

19 November 2020

Customers of a town retailer have been told that a popular staff member is still at work there


Tributes pour in for football stalwart Ogy

18 November 2020
Tributes pour in for football stalwart Ogy

Tributes pour in for football stalwart Ogy

18 November 2020

He is going to be missed by a lot of people.


Baby Jeffrey’s final resting place found after 75 years

18 November 2020
Baby Jeffrey’s final resting place found after 75 years

Baby Jeffrey’s final resting place found after 75 years

18 November 2020

After 75 years, this farmer finally has a sense of closure.

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Parkinson’s nurse for area ready to help you

18 November 2020
Parkinson’s nurse for area ready to help you

Parkinson’s nurse for area ready to help you

18 November 2020

Families and carers can get support in looking after people diagnosed with a neurological condition.


School assures parents after positive COVID-19 cases

18 November 2020
School assures parents after positive COVID-19 cases

School assures parents after positive COVID-19 cases

18 November 2020

A senior teacher has said that 'robust arrangements' are in place to protect students' education.


Pie and mash man eyes foreign market

17 November 2020
Pie and mash man eyes foreign market

Pie and mash man eyes foreign market

17 November 2020

A food entrepreneur from the area is ready to test out his menu on expats in Spain.


School sends home two year groups after COVID-19 tests

17 November 2020
School sends home two year groups after COVID-19 tests

School sends home two year groups after COVID-19 tests

17 November 2020

Year 8 and 10 students are self-isolating after two youngsters had positive coronavirus tests.


Level crossing to have £1million upgrade

17 November 2020
Level crossing to have £1million upgrade

Level crossing to have £1million upgrade

17 November 2020

Rail engineers are to work on improving a road/train junction next month.


Revealed - how Springfields' £1million contribution to town has been spent

16 November 2020
Revealed - how Springfields' £1million contribution to town has been spent

Revealed - how Springfields' £1million contribution to town has been spent

16 November 2020

A breakdown of how funding from an expanding retail outlet has been used is now in the public domain.

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Light at the end of tunnel for Littleworth

15 November 2020
Light at the end of tunnel for Littleworth

Light at the end of tunnel for Littleworth

15 November 2020

A new group has started work on a bid for government cash to reopen a rail station.

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Super runner Diane makes it ten marathons out of ten once again

14 November 2020
Super runner Diane makes it ten marathons out of ten once again

Super runner Diane makes it ten marathons out of ten once again

14 November 2020

A former carer overcame wind, rain and falling trees in completing a charity endurance event for the third time.


CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Responding to community's changing needs

14 November 2020
CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Responding to community's changing needs

CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Responding to community's changing needs

14 November 2020

Hundreds of families have been helped by a food larder in the area.


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