Dinnington: Tracey’s work at Safe@Last earns an MBE
Gainsborough: Burglars threatened woman with knife
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Imposing post office in 1920s Worksop
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Fire crews remain at the scene of a blaze at West Burton Power Station, near Gainsborough, this morning (Tuesday 18th June 2013).
The atmosphere was top of the class at Worksop’s Lion Hotel for the Guardian’s Best in School 2013 award ceremony.
Described as the ‘heartbeat’ of Dinnington-based young runaways charity Safe@Last, Tracy Haycox can now add an MBE to her achievements.
It was a proud day for Hemswell Cliff residents Chris Cooper and Beverly Barford last Thursday as they rubbed shoulders with royalty at the Queens Royal garden party at Buckingham Palace.
Green-fingered pupils at St Augustine’s Primary School have been busy rolling up their sleeves to pitch in for their new wildlife garden.
Burglars threatened a woman with a knife in her own home in Keelby Road, Gainsborough.
Gainsborough Trinity manager Steve Housham says that the club will take advantage of the ‘mad scramble’ over the coming weeks to help build his side for the upcoming season.
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In the Gainsborough and District Table Tennis Summer League, Team Alpha’s number one Gary Adlington returned from injury to help his side beat leaders Team Bravo.
Worksop Town have added a 6ft 3ins centre-half to their 2013/14 squad.
On Saturday eight members of Gainsborough and District Homing Society sent 28 birds to race 370 miles from Foey Le Chatel in France.
Six Gainsborough Trent Valley Road Club riders took on the tough 68-mile Polocini Sportive at Oldham.
Whitwell Junior Players are gearing up to host their latest production Joseph and you could be in the audience.
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The Grimethorpe Colliery Band is probably the most famous brass band in the world.
Returning somewhat tipsy from a friend’s wedding Alice announces she has met Edward and Laura who she has invited to dinner.
The garden at Rotherham Hospice is looking bloomin’ lovely thanks to a local garden centre.
Enjoy a night with one of Britain’s most evergreen performers as Richard Digance comes to the Palace Theatre in Newark.
This week’s Archive Corner shows the general post office in Worksop around 1920.
Rother Valley MP Kevin Barron visited Rotherham Hospital to witness first hand the cancer patient pathway and speak with specialists. Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust welcomed him along with John Healey MP and Rotherham Council leader Roger Stone. They toured the outpatient unit for cancer services and the health information area. Mr Barron was impressed with the way cancer services were being delivered.
Children at the Gainsborough Adventure Playground (GAPA) didn’t let the weather put them off as they attempted a tough obstacle course in the mud recently.
Notts’ Chief Fire Officer stopped off at Worksop Fire Station on Saturday as part of his mammoth fundraising weekend. Frank Swann (pictured on the right) cycled around all 24 fire stations in the county to raise money for The Fire Fighters Charity. During his 185-mile trip he visited the station in Worksop where firefighters were taking part in a charity car wash. Mr Swann also visited Misterton Fire Station, where there was an open day and Retford Fire Station, where there was a cycle safety day. To sponsor Mr Swann visit www.justgiving.com/chiefschallenge2013.
On 28th May 1973 TV presenter Marylyn Webb opened Lea Park at Lea village.
This week’s Archive Corner picture shows the visit of King George V to the Worksop area in 1914.
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Weather for Worksop
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 13 C to 23 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 12 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: East