Community groups supporting vulnerable residents during the outbreak of Coronavirus are being encouraged to apply for community funding by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Residents identified as being most at risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) are being urged to utilise a range of support options available as further restrictions come into force across England from Thursday 5 November.
Collingham Rural Advice and Resource Centre has secured a life-saving grant donation from Newark and Sherwood District Council that will allow the centre to continue to support the community throughout the next year.
Councillor David Lloyd, Leader of Newark and Sherwood District Council said: “On Friday morning (27 November) the district council enforced an eviction order served on an unlawful encampment of five caravans on land at Cedar Avenue in Newark. Bailiffs, Nottinghamshire Police and our Community Protection Officers were at the scene.
We can confirm that talks are continuing between government and the council leaders of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe and that those discussions have been constructive.
Residents across Nottinghamshire are being urged to follow Government guidance on the first weekend under Tier 2 restrictions. This follows a sharp rise in cases and hospital admissions this week.
The Palace Theatre Newark has been at the heart of Newark’s community for 100 years, and while many theatres and venues have had to take a step back from their roles in the past few months, the Palace Theatre Newark has stepped into the local limelight, providing a vital service to local people during this difficult time.
A Newark bar has had its licence revoked by Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Licencing Panel after it was found to be breaching multiple licensing laws.
FOUR parks and open spaces looked after by the Newark and Sherwood District Council have been recognised as some of the very best in the world yet again.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has secured funding of £22,846 from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to provide additional support and advice for homeless people and rough sleepers as part of the Government’s Next Steps Accommodation Programme.
Newark and Sherwood will have further Covid-19 restrictions imposed, after the Government announced the county of Nottinghamshire has been placed in a “high” level of risk category.
People who are on low income and are self-isolating because of the Covid-19 pandemic may be entitled to £500 in support payments from the council.
Newark residents urged to follow strict COVID advice following Government announcement
Earlier today at a meeting of the Government’s Local Action Committee, it was decided that Newark and Sherwood will be designated an area of concern and placed on the Government’s watchlist of areas under close scrutiny due to the number of positive cases of COVID-19. The watchlist is based on local authorities with the highest weekly incidence, whether the areas have an upward or downwards trend.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is asking residents to feedback their thoughts on their Residential Parking Standards and Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is asking residents to feedback their thoughts on their Residential Parking Standards and Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document.
As part of national Recycling Week between Monday 21st September and Sunday 27th September, Newark and Sherwood District Council is joining in with a range of activities to highlight the importance of recycling.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is working with Kevin Guthrie, a Psychotherapist based in Newark, to support people’s mental health and wellbeing throughout October through Facebook live events.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has been working with Kevin Guthrie, a Psychotherapist based in Newark, to support people’s mental health and wellbeing since the start of October through Facebook live events.
Officers from Newark and Sherwood District Council in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police took part in a ‘night of action’ to warn off-licenses and pubs about the consequences of selling alcohol to underage drinkers whilst also making sure premises were obeying social distancing laws.
Newark and Sherwood District Council will be among the first few local authorities in the country to launch its own online community lottery to benefit good causes.
Generous members of the community from across the district have donated gifts to vulnerable people this Christmas.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has extended its two hours free parking across all its pay and display car parks until midnight on Sunday 20 September.
Cyclists in Newark are being invited to attend a free bike marking session to help protect their property from thieves.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has implemented new security measures at Active4Today’s Newark Sports and Fitness Centre after several incidents of illegal encampments in the car park.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has launched its application form for businesses to apply for financial support if they were affected when Newark and Sherwood entered Tier 4 and the latest national lockdown.
Work on a new Community Hub, transforming a former Council flat in Newark into a one-stop-shop for a range of services and initiatives is getting underway.
England has entered a national lockdown for at least six weeks. The Government made this decision following a rapid rise in infections, hospital admissions and high case rates, which have been attributed to the new variant of COVID-19.
The Government has decided that the whole of Nottinghamshire will move to Tier 4 restrictions.
Major improvement work to increase lighting in an area of Newark, improving visibility at night by more than double, has been described as a “breath of fresh air”.
Recycling your Christmas tree when the holiday season is over can help grow a Greener future for Newark and Sherwood.
From wrapping paper to cards, packaging and even Christmas trees, make sure you have a Cleaner, Safer and Greener Christmas.
In a joint message published today, the Leader of Newark and Sherwood District Council, Councillor David Lloyd and the Director of Public Health for Nottinghamshire, Jonathan Gribbin, are urging people with coronavirus symptoms in Newark and Sherwood to get a test as soon as possible.
New trees have been planted at a primary school in Newark as part of a campaign to recycle used Christmas trees with the proceeds going towards new whips and saplings around the district.
Work on the Yorke Drive Regeneration Scheme took another positive step forward this week as residents directly impacted by the proposals were invited to an online consultation meeting with Newark and Sherwood District Council and Compendium Living, the council’s development partner for the project.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has today launched a second round of its £25k High Street Diversification Fund Grant, following the success of the first round in October.
Residents in Newark and Sherwood will this week join in a mass planting scheme to grow thousands of new trees across the district.
Safety was the focus of a ‘night of action’ in Boughton involving police and frontline staff from Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Fly-tippers are being warned that they could face prosecution and fines of up to £50,000 after commercial wires, empty alcohol bottles, a mattress and old kitchen units were found fly-tipped in Newark.
Newark and Sherwood will join the rest of Nottinghamshire entering Tier 3 for COVID-19 restrictions from Wednesday 2 December. The move is part of the Government’s Winter Plan to reduce the spread of the virus following the end of this four-week period of national restrictions.
Victims of cycle theft in Newark are being encouraged to apply for a free GPS cycle tracker as part of an initiative to reduce crime and improve the lives and safety of residents.
Work on a new swimming pool for Ollerton has reached an important milestone this week.
Newark has been awarded funding of £275,000 from Historic England for its High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) programme to restore and unlock its heritage potential.
A walk-through testing site for COVID-19 has already begun operating at Castle House car park in Newark today.
In order to make it easier for local residents to be tested for COVID-19, a temporary Local Testing Site is opening in Newark.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is leading the way in providing much-needed cash support to businesses to help see them through a further wave of Coronavirus restrictions.
Landowners in Newark and Sherwood are being urged to suggest suitable locations for new Gypsy and Traveller sites.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has today launched an application form for businesses to apply for financial support if they were affected when Newark and Sherwood entered Tier 2, Tier 3 and the latest national restrictions.
An appeal for information has been issued after mindless bonfires and fireworks caused destruction in a park.
All nine councils have now agreed that Nottingham and Nottinghamshire should move together into Tier 3 restrictions for the city and the county following discussions between Government and Council Leaders.
Newark and Sherwood is, for now, remaining under Tier 2 Covid-19 restrictions after being recognised as a “high” level of risk area earlier this month, however this is being closely monitored on a daily basis.
A free tree scheme, handing out thousands of trees to residents, groups and parish councils across the district, has returned for a second year.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has today launched a £25K High Street Diversification Fund to support local, independent high-street based retail/hospitality businesses with a grant of £250 towards investment in e-commerce.
There has been a sharp increase in Covid-19 cases across Nottinghamshire. The rate of infection across the county is now rising faster than in many other parts of the country and there has been a dramatic increase in the number of positive confirmed Covid-19 cases in Newark and Sherwood.
Plans to ensure the long-term regeneration of Newark town centre have taken another step forward, as exclusive images of Newark’s brand new hotel development are unveiled.
A man who claimed to have coronavirus as he repeatedly coughed at a Community Protection Officer has been jailed for 30 weeks.
Construction on Ollerton’s brand new swimming pool is underway, as part of a major investment programme in leisure facilities across the district.
Newark and Sherwood District Council Leader, Councillor David Lloyd, has thanked local residents and businesses after it was today announced that Newark and Sherwood has been taken off the Government’s ‘watch list’ of areas of concern for covid-19 (coronavirus) cases.
A group of teens taking an active role in rebuilding communities and creating positive change, have spent a week revitalising Newark’s Sconce and Devon Park in preparation for an annual award.
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Director of Public Health issues reminder that everyone has a part to play in stopping the spread of Coronavirus in Newark
Nottinghamshire’s Director of Public Health, Jonathan Gribbin, is today calling for all businesses to continue to promote and encourage the mandatory use of face coverings alongside other routine social distancing across indoor settings as defined by the Government. Customers are urged to assist businesses to uphold these requirements.
A Nottinghamshire-based company bringing ethically sourced, fair trade products to the high street has been secured as the newest tenant in Newark’s Buttermarket.
A second round of applications for Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Discretionary Grant Fund will open on Monday 20 July, offering funding to support small businesses in Newark and Sherwood that have not yet been eligible to receive any form of Government Support Grants.
The importance of staying safe in and around open water is being emphasised by Newark and Sherwood District Council following a high level of complaints of young people jumping off bridges, swimming in the River Trent and displaying anti-social behaviour.
A Newark woman has been fined £400 after an illegal tip-run led to her rubbish being fly-tipped.
Shoppers have received a warm but safe welcome as non-essential retailers across the district re-open their doors.
Residents are being encouraged to take advantage of free parking to support the re-opening of town centres. Currently Newark and Sherwood District Council is offering unlimited free parking across all its pay and display car parks until the end of June as it welcomes shoppers back to its high streets.
The dangers of open water are being highlighted after soaring weather temperatures led to illegal trespassing at a private lake.
Retailers across the district are getting equipped for a COVID-secure reopening, as high streets around the country gear up to resume trading.
Businesses that were not eligible for government funding through previous Covid-19 related financial support packages, including the Small Business Grant Fund or the Retail, Leisure and Hospitality Fund, are being invited to apply to Newark and Sherwood District Council for business support funding through the Discretionary Grant Fund from today.
The easing of the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown has brought with it an unwelcome upsurge in litter in Newark and Sherwood’s parks and open spaces.
Residents are today being asked to ‘think big’ as a major consultation is launched to discover how Newark could benefit from a multi-million pound cash boost.
Newark and Sherwood District Council will resume its garden recycling collections on Monday 1 June.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has reached a new milestone in paying out support grants to businesses affected by the Covid19 pandemic with more than £24.3million distributed to 2,052 recipients.
Nearly 4,000 households will have their council tax bills reduced by £150 under a hardship scheme created by Newark and Sherwood District Council with Government funds.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has reinstated a scaled down bulky waste service to provide support to residents until the Nottinghamshire County Council-managed household waste recycling centres can be reopened to the public. Residents can now make bookings for up to six items to be collected from their property for disposal.
Families under lockdown will still be able to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day with celebration boxes being distributed to a number of homes in the district.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has been named in the top 10 per cent for paying out business support grants to those affected by the Coronavirus crisis in a nationwide league table of local authorities.
Following on from the Government’s call to tackle the spread of coronavirus by reducing social contact, Newark and Sherwood District Council is closing the Palace Theatre, Newark, Nineteen20 Cafe Bar, National Civil War Museum, its leisure centres operated by Active4Today at Newark, Blidworth, Dukeries and partner site Southwell Leisure Centre Trust and community centres with effect from March 18, 2020.
A programme of environmental work focusing on a Greener Southwell has been lined up for later this month (Wednesday, March 25).
Breaking down the stigmas attached to issues of mental health in the workplace and encouraging staff to work in ways that promote positive mental wellbeing are the focus of a new initiative.
District-wide issues of crime and anti-social behaviour will be the focus of a dedicated live question and answer video, featuring David Lloyd, leader of Newark and Sherwood District Council and Inspector Heather Sutton of Nottinghamshire Police.
A council property built in 1920 in Southwell has been celebrated as one of the oldest council houses in the district.
Tackling underage drinking and helping to improve the lives, health and wellbeing of young people in Newark and Sherwood has led to a national award for a council officer.
A nuisance tenant whose flat was believed to be part of the illegal drug-running County Lines network has been banned from his own home under a closure order secured by Newark and Sherwood District Council working in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police.
Parents in Ollerton are being urged to safeguard their children from the perils of getting involved in anti-social behaviour after a recent incidents of criminal damage, arson, trespassing and danger to motorists.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is following advice from Public Health England and is passing on information to the public, staff, schools and care and support providers to help reduce the possible spread of the virus.
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Staff at Castle House have welcomed new colleagues as the council’s housing service is brought back into the council’s control.
Wrapping paper, cards and empty toy packaging were among a festive fly-tipping frenzy as the remnants of a family Christmas morning were found dumped down a village lane.
Works to deliver a multi-million pound extra care village in Boughton, Nottinghamshire are now under way.
Fly-tippers have today been warned they will pay for their crimes after a man was hit with a £400 fine for dumping his excess Christmas waste - as Newark and Sherwood District Council cracks down on fly-tipping in its Not in Newark and Sherwood campaign.
Recycling your Christmas tree when the holiday season is over can help grow a greener future for Newark and Sherwood.
Residents in Newark are being thanked for helping the town be Cleaner, Safer and Greener and for earning the accolade of tidiest place in the East Midlands.
Electric car drivers are now able to power-up their vehicles in a number of Newark and Sherwood District Council’s car parks.
Christmas revellers are being to urged to check that they only take licensed taxis this festive season.
‘GOLDEN RETRIEVER’ Andrew Weaver has helped scoop a top award for Newark and Sherwood District Council’s dog warden service.
Andrew, the council’s former dog warden but now one of its community protection officers, and the public protection team have secured the gold in the RSPCA PawPrints Awards for their ‘top collar’ work with strays.
A man who demolished a 19th century building in a conservation area without seeking planning permission has been ordered to pay £1,500.
A woman who built flood defences to protect a paddock while increasing the risk to neighbouring homes has been ordered to pay more than £1,300 by a court.
A barber’s shop owner in New Ollerton have been ordered to pay out more than £1,100 by a court for using a domestic bin for commercial waste.
ROGUE waste operators targeted by the Not in Newark and Sherwood campaign to combat fly-tipping are today being warned that they will face the full force of the law following a successful prosecution of a man who touted his services on social media.
Residents who turn to social media sites for ‘tip runs’ are warned that they could end up in court, as Newark and Sherwood District Council steps up its campaign against fly-tipping.
Residents in Newark and Sherwood are today being urged to remain vigilant after floodwaters threatened homes in the Tolney Lane area of Newark and in villages along the River Trent at the weekend.
A paw-fect dog welfare service has been commended by the RSPCA for going above and beyond in its commitment and dedication to lost dogs in Newark and Sherwood.
A day of action to help make Ollerton Cleaner, Safer and Greener has gone down an ‘absolute storm’.
Reckless individuals seeking a quick high are risking their lives by inhaling killer nitrous oxide, otherwise known as ‘laughing gas’ or ‘Noz’.
AN extensive range of activities have been lined up for Newark and Sherwood District Council’s latest ‘Day of Action’, it is announced today.
Newark Lorry Park has been named the safest in the East Midlands and is one of just three truck stops in the UK to receive the accreditation.
Vandals responsible for a spate of graffiti in Newark have today been warned they will face the consequences of their actions.
In April 2019, Newark and Sherwood District Council made an ‘in principle’ decision to bring the management of housing stock back into the council’s control. Following a tenant consultation period, the council’s Policy and Finance Committee made the final decision on the 26th September 2019 in favour of this proposal. As a consequence of this, Newark and Sherwood Homes staff will transfer to the council by the 1st April 2020.
Work to transform the derelict former Robin Hood Hotel in Newark into a new hotel will start on Monday, September 23.
Newark has been chosen to receive up to £25million from the government-awarded Towns Fund, it has been announced today.
Newark has been awarded Heritage Action Zone (HAZ) status having secured a £250,000 boost from Historic England for conservation projects in the town centre.
Care leavers in Newark and Sherwood are now among the first in the country to access free membership to their local council-run leisure centres.
On Thursday 5 September 2019, the doors were opened to a brand new exhibition titled ‘The World Turned Upside Down’ at Newark’s National Civil War Centre.
A major programme of green projects to plant tens of thousands of new trees in Newark and Sherwood has been approved by members of the district council’s economic development committee.
A prolific shoplifting pair who have persistently targeted retailers in Newark have been jailed for theft after being spotted behaving suspiciously by Newark and Sherwood District Council community protection officers.
A new cricket pitch in Newark has provided new opportunities for ‘bat and ball’ as well as helping to open up a range of other sporting activities.
Youngsters found guilty of harming wildlife and causing anti-social behaviour in Balderton have cleaned up their act – as well as a local green space.
A landowner who has been using a field at the back of his home to store up to 130 vehicles without planning permission has been ordered by a court to pay out more than £5,000.
A man responsible for persistent anti-social behaviour in Ollerton town centre has appeared in court after breaching his Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).
A climbing wall, arts and crafts are among the free activities that are under way in Newark to keep young people safe and occupied throughout the summer.
Nottinghamshire Police has authorised a dispersal order for Newark town centre this weekend, as part of our ongoing work to reduce antisocial behaviour.
Fly-tippers are being warned that action is being stepped up against their crimes throughout Nottinghamshire.
A team of council officers will take to the streets of Newark for the town’s annual half marathon in August in aid of a local family support charity.
Residents in an area of Newark are being urged to come forward and speak about the issues which affect them most as part of an initiative to make the district Cleaner, Safer and Greener.
Work to address problems of social mobility in Newark and Sherwood has made good progress, according to a new report.
Work to transform the derelict former Robin Hood Hotel in Newark into a new hotel will start in the next few weeks.
Planners in Newark and Sherwood are calling on landowners to suggest suitable locations for new Gypsy and Traveller sites.
Passengers using taxis in Newark and Sherwood are being warned to put safety first while saving money by supporting local cabbies.
A blitz to tackle the blight of anti-social graffiti throughout the district will be launched by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Partnership work to resettle Syrian refugee families in Newark and Sherwood has been ‘highly commended’ at a prestigious national awards ceremony.
A DAY of action to clean and tidy Newark town centre has revealed a tale of ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’.
THE first two days of an exhibition celebrating and highlighting Gypsy, Roma and Traveller history, heritage and culture in Newark and Sherwood have been a great success.
Vandals who continue to spoil the town with graffiti are today being warned: we’ve caught you on camera.
An educational day dedicated to highlighting the risks of our rivers, canals and lakes will take place in Newark’s Riverside Park on Monday, June 3.
Newark and Sherwood is the joint safest district in Nottinghamshire, according to new crime statistics.
We have been made aware of a council tax text scam operating in the area.
Four young people responsible for two separate spates of graffiti in Newark have avoided criminal charges by participating in a restorative justice arrangement.
People looking to gain new skills and give something back to the community are being invited to a Volunteer Recruitment Fair in June.
A programme of activities has been lined up for young people to keep them safe and occupied throughout the spring.
Volunteers of all ages have been using the power of flowers to transform the entrance to a Newark park.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is set to bring management of council houses back into the council’s control.
Volunteers and community groups across Newark and Sherwood are coming together to improve their local environment.
Households are being encouraged to make Newark and Sherwood greener by recycling their grass cuttings, trimmings, weeds and plants through the council’s district-wide garden waste scheme.
A scheme to transform and regenerate the Yorke Drive area of Newark has been approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council’s planning committee.
A new initiative to tackle underage drinking and anti-social behaviour has been recognised for its work using physical activity to help improve the lives, health and wellbeing of young people in Newark and Sherwood.
Further progress on the scheme to transform and regenerate the Yorke Drive area of Newark is hoped to be made early next month (April).
PARISH, town and district elections will be held throughout Newark and Sherwood on Thursday, May 2.
Work to transform the derelict former Robin Hood Hotel in Newark into a new hotel will start this summer.
LITTER bins in Newark town centre are being replaced and upgraded in the first phase of a district-wide bin replacement programme to help ensure streets are kept litter-free.
The Cleaner, Safer and Greener campaign message has been taken to the streets of Newark and Sherwood.
Artistic schoolchildren have been designing posters to help highlight the hazards and dangers of dog fouling as part of a district-wide campaign.
A MAJOR investment to improve and expand facilities at Southwell Leisure Centre is announced today by Newark and Sherwood District Council and Southwell Leisure Centre Trust.
A THIRD Day of Action to help make the community of Hawtonville in Newark Cleaner, Safer and Greener has been described as a ‘fantastic success’ with the weight equivalent of more than five hippopotamuses collected in waste.
A prolific shoplifter who threatened staff with a hypodermic needle has been jailed for 20 weeks and banned from entering shops in Newark.
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.
Residents in an area of Newark are being invited to join district council staff and a team of volunteers to take part in the council’s third and biggest Cleaner, Safer and Greener ‘day of action’.
A crackdown on speeding and illegal off-road biking will be a key focus of the district council’s next Cleaner, Safer and Greener ‘day of action’, which is taking place next month in Hawtonville, Newark.
A bright new future is being lined up for Newark’s Buttermarket and Royal Exchange following the completion of their sale to Newark and Sherwood District Council and Newark Town Council.
A tattoo studio in Southwell has become the first in Newark and Sherwood to receive a five star hygiene rating.
Extra council officers in Newark and Sherwood will have the power to issue enforcement notices against yobs, litter louts and irresponsible dog owners.
A woman from Newark who has caused repeated nuisance in Newark town centre and surrounding areas while intoxicated has been issued a Criminal Behaviour Order.
A woman who is subject to a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) has returned to court to have the order varied following recent incidents of antisocial behaviour on a Newark estate.
AN extensive range of activities have been lined up for Newark and Sherwood District Council’s third Cleaner, Safer and Greener ‘day of action’, it is announced today.
Off-licences are being warned of the consequences of selling alcohol to underage drinkers after a number of retailers in Newark and Sherwood failed to “Challenge 25” as part of district council compliancy testing.
Partnership working between Newark Police, Newark and Sherwood District Council and the community was highlighted during a visit to the town centre by Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping.
A new website went live today (Friday, December 28) to promote the work of a Newark charity set up to benefit the people of the town.
Residents’ concerns over crime and anti-social behaviour were top of the agenda at a meeting in a residential area in Newark.
Extra parking at Newark Sports and Fitness Centre has now been completed to meet the increasing numbers of visitors.
An outline planning application to transform and regenerate the Yorke Drive estate in Newark has now been submitted.
From recycling wrapping paper to roast turkey to bin collections, make sure you have a cleaner, safer and greener Christmas.
Primary school children in Newark have joined in the campaign to encourage dog owners to clean up after their pets.
Newark & Sherwood District Council and Newark Town Council have worked together in partnership to purchase the Buttermarket and former Royal Exchange, which have been largely empty for some months. They are two key buildings in the town centre and connect the Market Place with Middlegate.
Vandalised Civil War sculptures in Newark’s Sconce and Devon Park have now been repaired.
Safety was the focus of a 'night of action' in Newark town centre involving police and frontline staff from Newark and Sherwood District Council.
The first 50 homes are now complete in Newark and Sherwood District Council’s housing development programme, with tenants moving in across the district.
MODERN new swimming facilities in Ollerton have been approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council’s leisure and environment committee.
OWNERS of dog kennels which were built without planning permission have been ordered to pay out more than £1,900 by a court following legal action taken by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
A crackdown on littering and dog fouling in Newark and Sherwood has led to a sharp increase in the number of enforcement notices being issued against those who disregard the law.
A hotspot for anti-social graffiti in Newark has been transformed following a four-day project with a local artist and young people.
Householders can help the district have a greener Christmas by making sure they put their recycling and refuse bins out on the right day over the festive period.
The dangers of discarded plastics to the environment have been brought sharply into focus following the death of a deer on a road outside Newark.
Five wooden sculptures depicting scenes from the British Civil Wars in Newark's Sconce and Devon Park have been vandalised.
The dangers of fly-grazing - leaving a horse on land without the landowner’s permission – are being highlighted in a new film aimed at making communities a safer place to be.
A MAJOR programme of work led by Newark and Sherwood District Council in the Quadrangle area of Blidworth has been hailed as a boost for the community.
Households in the district are being urged to have their say on their experiences as council customers and residents of Newark and Sherwood.
A SECOND day of action involving a major clear up of a residential area as part of Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Cleaner, Safer & Greener campaign will take place on Thursday, November 1.
FLY-TIPPERS responsible for the illegal dumping of 15 fridges in open countryside are today being investigated by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
There is a masterplan for the potential regeneration of the Yorke Drive area of Newark.
Residents in an area of Balderton are being urged to help set up a new Neighbourhood Watch group as part of an initiative led by Balderton Safer Partnership and Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Cleaner, Safer & Greener campaign.
Oyster shells and the remains of 12th century walls have been uncovered during the latest phase of archaeological investigations at Newark Castle.
DECISIVE action by Newark and Sherwood District Council ensured that an unauthorised encampment of caravans was moved on swiftly.
The Friday volunteer group at Sconce & Devon Park consists of five volunteers of various ages, abilities and time served. They are Luke Radforth, Robin Spencer, Will Rayworth Josh Barnsdale and Gareth Bagguley. Between them, they carry out various conservation and horticultural projects under the guidance of ranger George Hemstock, within Sconce and Devon Park, Newark on Trent’s largest open green-space.
SPORTING talent and commitment will again be rewarded in the Newark and Sherwood Sports Awards 2018 – organised by Active4Today on behalf of Newark and Sherwood District Council, in conjunction with Radio Newark.
EVERY town and parish in Newark and Sherwood is to receive an information pack on how to join in the campaign to help make the district Cleaner, Safer and Greener.
Tackling underage drinking and anti-social behaviour in the district is the focus of a new initiative as part of Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Cleaner, Safer and Greener campaign.
An invitation is being sent out to residents throughout Newark and Sherwood who might be thinking of standing for election as a ward councillor.
Four new community-based neighbourhood wardens are to be recruited to support Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Cleaner, Safer and Greener campaign.
A masterplan for the potential regeneration of the Yorke Drive area of Newark has received a positive response from local people.
Tenants and landlords are being advised to check out new regulations that affect specific types of rented accommodation from next month.
An ambitious masterplan for a monumental makeover of Newark Castle to help bolster the district’s tourist economy is to be discussed by councillors this Thursday (September 20).
Weight equivalent of 'double decker bus' in waste collected as Day of Action hailed a success.
Residents of two areas of Newark are being invited to join Newark and Sherwood District Council staff and a team of council and community volunteers to take part in a litter pick.
A DAY of Action involving a major clear up of two residential areas as part of Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Cleaner, Safer & Greener campaign will take place on Thursday, August 30, it is announced today.
Cleaner, safer, greener tips on looking after your dog are the theme of two specially organised events in Newark and Sherwood next week (August 21/22)
An action plan has been drawn up to combat anti-social behaviour in Balderton following concerns from residents.
Newark and Sherwood District Council car parks have achieved the coveted Park Mark® Safer Parking Award and Disabled Parking Accreditation.
An invitation to enjoy the beauty of Sherwood Heath is extended to all visitors as it hosts an open day this Saturday (August11).
A group of athletes are using novel methods to support Newark and Sherwood District Council’s mission to make the district even Cleaner, Safer and Greener.
Castle House, the headquarters of Newark and Sherwood District Council, has won an award for building excellence.
Criminal Behaviour Orders (CBOs) have been imposed separately on two individuals in Newark and Sherwood as part of on-going action in helping to keep communities safer.
Students at the Dukeries Academy in Ollerton have been awarded an enterprise award by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Three newly installed benches at Newark recreation area will provide visitors with a much-needed place to take a seat and admire the views.
A court injunction has been obtained to prevent any unauthorised development, including a caravan site, on an area of land in the village of Spalford, near Newark.
A review of how council homes are allocated in Newark and Sherwood has led to an increase in the number of properties being rented to tenants with strong connections to the district.
Nottinghamshire has been chosen to host the penultimate - and longest - stage of this year's
The newly elected chairman of Newark and Sherwood District Council is Councillor Keith Walker.
Newark and Sherwood District Council welcomes the Secretary of State for the Housing, Communities and Local Government’s decision to uphold refusing planning permission for up to 60 new homes off Mansfield Road, Farnsfield.
A pioneering development providing much-needed housing for older people with additional support needs has been officially opened in Newark.
A NEWARK man responsible for persistent anti-social behaviour in the town centre is the subject of a new Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) following a court hearing.
A motion to review and reduce the ‘single-use’ of plastics has been approved by Newark and Sherwood District councillors.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has appointed a new chief executive, subject to formal ratification by the Council at its meeting on 10th April.
NINE apprentices from Newark and Sherwood District Council, and three from Newark and Sherwood Homes, helped to prepare and clean up a community centre as part of an initiative to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week.
Competition to discover the beauty of Newark and Sherwood poetry
Once the home of the well-known poet Lord Byron, Newark and Sherwood has always boasted of its literary prestige, and this summer you can celebrate with a fantastic poetry trail.
A partnership of destinations from Hertfordshire to Northumberland, including Newark and Sherwood has secured £1 million investment from the Discover England Fund to encourage more German visitors to explore Eastern England.
Volunteers who manned the emergency night shelter for the homeless in Newark during the recent cold weather have been thanked for their hard work and commitment.
A community ‘day of action’ has helped improve the ‘look and feel’ of an estate recently troubled by anti-social behaviour.
A man with a long history of anti-social behaviour has been made subject to a new Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) following a successful application made by Nottinghamshire Police and Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Two flagship projects which helped earn Newark and Sherwood District Council a shortlisting for Council of the Year have individually been nominated for awards.
Householders needing to dispose of large quantities of waste are being warned to make sure that they use a registered waste carrier or face getting into trouble with the law.
Residents of the Yorke drive Estate in Newark's Bridge Ward are being asked for their views regarding the area's future as part of a major consultation exercise.
A targeted partnership approach to tackling rough sleeping is helping keep numbers of people living on the streets relatively low in Newark and Sherwood.
A major scheme worth almost £5m has been given the go-ahead to help protect residents and businesses from the devastating effects of flooding.
A 21-year-old man who subjected residents in Bilsthorpe to a series of threats and abuse and also assaulted a child has been banned from the village under the terms of a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) secured by Newark and Sherwood District Council in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police.
Nottinghamshire businesses, schools and residents who keep poultry and other captive birds are being told to restrict their birds’ movements as the whole of England has been declared as an avian influenza prevention zone on Thursday 18 January.
YOBS, litter louts and careless dog owners are being warned to watch out following the recruitment of new frontline officers to deal with anti-social behaviour and environmental crime.
Residents in Newark and Sherwood are being encouraged to ensure that loved ones killed in action or who died from their wounds during the First World War are remembered on a new memorial.
A rogue commercial operator is suspected of being responsible for an increase in the number of fly-tipped asbestos in Newark and Sherwood.
Newark and Sherwood District Council, in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police, has obtained a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) against a young woman who has been, through the misuse of alcohol, at the centre of a catalogue of incidents of anti-social behaviour in Newark town centre.
The puppet star of a touring theatre company production feared lost forever after being mistakenly put in a rubbish bin has been reunited with its owners – thanks to a Newark and Sherwood District Council waste crew and partners Veolia.
Together with partners including Active4Today, Newark Castle Cycling Club, Velo Club Flintham, Sherwood Pines and British Cycling we are proud to be part of the Newark and Sherwood Festival of Cycling.
23 August to 10 September 2017
Officers from Nottinghamshire Police and Newark and Sherwood District Council joined a convicted graffiti artist in cleaning up the streets.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has set its council tax for the forthcoming financial year (2019-20).
At its annual budget meeting tonight, Newark and Sherwood District Council agreed a new plan of action to improve the quality of life for local residents and businesses.
A survey will be sent out to 13,500 homes throughout Newark and Sherwood this week for residents to set out their views on what types of housing are needed for the district.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is calling on residents to do their Christmas shopping locally this year, to help support the district’s retailers and high streets.
Four parks and open spaces in the district have been recognised as some of the very best in the world.
Celebration for 'Greener' Newark and Sherwood.