Newark-on-Trent is arguably one of Nottinghamshire’s most popular towns, offering a strong community hub, excellent amenities and transport links, and an impressive historical record. Its majestic castle, cattle market, antiques scene, marina and historic market square are renowned highlights. It stands on the River Trent, alongside the A1 North and South connections, the A46, and the East Coast Main Line railway, with two train stations. The recreational river scene is still buoyant with the locks a busy gateway for boats, and if you opt for the train you can be in Leeds or London in aroun...
A lot has been said about the need to minimise the impact on our children's education during the pandemic. However, did you know that the friendships, adventure and skills for life gained from organisations such as Scouting can be just as important?
Newark and Sherwood District Council is calling on more people to nominate members of their local community for national honours to recognise those who have committed themselves to serving and helping Britain.
The new Bassetlaw District Council facility will include a refreshments kiosk and outdoor seating, a second public Changing Places facility in Worksop, a disabled toilet, a baby change and parent WC in addition to four unisex toilets. It will be situated opposite the splash pool, within an area of the sensory garden.
Developed in partnership with food and health and safety training specialists Navitas, the new online training platform provides continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities for employees of businesses across the region, covering health and safety, human resources, legal and food safety training. The training aims to support sectors – such as hospitality – that have been affected by lockdown restrictions by keeping staff up to speed and engaged in developing important knowledge and skills, in preparation for the return to work.
There are highlights across the country including a memorial for the Beauchamp Lifeboat in Norfolk, Selfridges, on London’s Oxford Street, an 18th century shipwreck in Kent, as well as Retford’s Victorian train station café that was used to serve HM and Allied Forces meals during the Second World War.
That’s because it was National Tree Week 28 Nov–6 Dec 2020) and over a thousand young trees have been planted around the college’s perimeter fence with the help of a Branching Out grant from The Tree Council, one of the UK’s leading tree charities.