New Chef joins Bluey's!
Bluey’s is pleased to announce that their kitchen will re-open on Saturday 20th August...Meet Your Local Councillors
Forthcoming Members’ Surgeries (September)
Somercotes — Saturday, 3 September 2016
Residents of Somercotes will have the opportunity to meet their local councillors on Saturday, 3 September 2016 from 11am until 12 noon at Somercotes Parish Hall, Nottingham Road...Emergency Services Day to take place in South Normanton
South Normanton residents are invited to attend the upcoming Emergency Services Day to gain an insight into the work of the police, ambulance and fire and rescue services...Cash and handbag stolen in Long Eaton burglary
A burglar climbed through the kitchen window of a house in Long Eaton and stole a purse and an empty handbag from inside...Police issue safety advice to users of Pokémon Go game
Police are offering safety advice to users of a popular online game...FIND YOUR HERO ANCESTORS
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, leading family history website findmypast...The Sails Turn again at Heage Windmill
Just 10 months after wet rot was discovered in major structural components of Heage windmill she is back in working order again! The sails turned freely for the first time yesterday and we hope to be milling flour again as soon as we have suitable winds...Meet your local Councillors – forthcoming Members’ Surgeries
Saturday, 2 July 2016 – Somercotes
Residents of Somercotes will have the opportunity to meet their local councillors on Saturday, 2 July 2016 from 11am until 12 noon at Somercotes Parish Hall, Nottingham Road...
Jobspot April 2016
The Amber Sound FM featured vacancy;...Jobspot January 2016
The Amber Sound FM featured vacancy;...Jobspot March 2015
The Amber Sound FM featured vacancy;...
A former councillor is jailed for two months after admitting giving a false address in order to win a safe Conservative seat.
An MP sparks a social media backlash after suggesting on Twitter the Olympics were won by the British Empire.
Hundreds of homes could be built near a Grade I listed estate as a planning inspector overturns a decision to block the scheme.
A group of lads from Derby end up in Reading for a night out after using Saturday's football results to decide their party destination.
Tram tracks dating back about 100 years are uncovered during work near to Nottingham's train station.
Work starts on a footbridge at a new £10m railway station where construction efforts stalled due to concerns over rare newts and flooding.
An Ancient Egyptian carving tool used to sculpt temples is found in a wardrobe in Derbyshire.
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