Polishing up new look for old furniture
Worksop: Appeal after teenager hurt in hit and run
Accentuating positive with make-up job
Worksop Guardian: Friday 24th May 2013
Sex offenders taken off register secretly
Draft development plan is revealed
V.E Day celebrations at Worksop care home
The number of physical attacks by pupils on teachers in Bassetlaw has dramatically reduced in the past year, according to new figures.
You don’t have to be drunk to be a drink-driver - that is the message to Notts motorists out and about over the summer.
One Worksop woman is going to great lengths to raise money for a cause much closer to home.
Green-fingered enthusiasts at Bassetlaw Day Service in Worksop have been busy fundraising to create new raised beds in the garden area.
Bird watching group SK58 held their annual ‘Big Sit’ from dawn until dawn at Dinnington Community Woodland Bird Hide last Saturday.
Police Insp Simon Outen have made a video statement on the continued police presence in Saxilby.
As the curtain closes on the Worksop Snooker League season, organisers Antony Coupe and Mick Camm are already plotting the next one.
Kiveton Park were comfortably beaten by nine wickets in a Bassetlaw Championship top of the table clash with Ordsall Bridon.
Leon Mettam has a message for those who have already written off Worksop Town’s 2013/14 season – you’re making a big mistake.
Ahead of this week’s BMW PGA Championship, Lee Westwood has asked for more chances to play closer to home.
Mark Shaw has praised the trio of players he is building a new team around, for showing loyalty to Worksop Town.
Anston’s Ben Swift came agonisingly close to his first stage win since returning to cycling from injury, in Germany this week.
A learning manager at Outwood Academy Valley was presented with our Guardian Rose yesterday (Thursday).
At every great party, there is that inescapable moment when the music stops, the lights go up and all of the imperfections, which have been concealed so deliciously under a cloak of darkness, are suddenly thrown into sharp relief.
Maybe it’s the Kirstie Allsopp effect, but there seems to be a growing trend for reclaiming old furniture and giving it a new lease of life.
A mum who survived a house fire and being made redunant from her high powered bank job, is enjoying a new career in beauty.
Celebrating their 50th anniversary and record sales in excess of 40 million, John McNally, Frank Allen, Spencer James and Scott Ottaway’s remarkable career as The Searchers continues.
An irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) was London’s longest-running comedy clocking up nine years in the West End.
It’s Edinburgh Festival Preview time at The Hoot Comedy Club at Trinity Arts Centre next month.
Notts chief fire officer Frank Swann is taking on a huge challenge over the weekend of Saturday 1st - Sunday 2nd June.
Abbey Infants of 1960
Our Archive Corner photos have been sparking memories for our readers.
This week’s Archive Corner picture shows a scene from the celebrations held in Worksop to celebrate the end of the Second World War.
An impressive achievement is being celebrated at the Harworth branch of Asda after a woman completed the London Marathon in a great time for a very worthy cause.
This week’s Archive Corner picture harks back to the days when Worksop had an array of cinemas.
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Weather for Worksop
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 5 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 7 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: West