At all times Beaumond House Hospice works hard to keep its patients and staff safe whilst continuing to provide much needed care for people who are at the end of their lives and this has not changed.

Children from the local community in and around Newark Hospital have been posting their beautiful rainbow paintings to the hospital to help brighten things up.

Southwell Cricket Club is helping Southwell Torpedos with their fantastic work in supporting the local community in these challenging times.

Salt & Light Community Group in Lowdham is running a fantastic Scarecrow Competition.

WORK to distribute food and other essentials to Newark and Sherwood residents isolated by the Coronavirus pandemic is under way.

The Bramley Newspaper comes to you a little differently this month and under extremely difficult circumstances for everyone.

Sherwood Forest Hospitals has launched a dedicated patient helpline for people with questions about their treatment and care after changes to appointments in the light of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Newark and Sherwood District Council is keen to support its business community and their employees in these unprecedented and difficult times as a result of the outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19). Given recent central Government announcements, and to assist in understanding the raft of support available we have collated the key measures, including how the Council will be responding. We remain committed to being as flexible as possible in administering relief for qualifying business and people affected.

Southwell Town Council will be arranging the delivery of the following information over the next few days to all households in the town. Please feel free to call any of the numbers if you or a member of your family need some help. 

Since Support Refugees in Southwell (SRiS) was formed to help resettle refugees coming to this country, under the government's resettlement scheme, three Syrian families have been welcomed here.

Blues, Ska, Soul, Country, Reggae, Americana, Jazz, Classical, World... the fourteenth Gate To Southwell Festival will be the most diverse and eclectic in its history!

On Saturday 21st March, Southwell Town Council will be launching its Environment Week.

The 2020 Pub Walk for Parkinson's is on Saturday 7th March. This year's walk is labelled TARGET 200 with the aim of attracting at least 200 walkers to celebrate our 10th year.

The Southwell and District Lions club recently visited Clumber Park to plant trees as part of an ecological project.

Lowdham Pantomime group is back - OH YES WE ARE!  This year we bring you Knight Fever. For one week only during February half term Camelot will be conveniently located in Lowdham Village Hall! From Wednesday 19th to Saturday 22nd February our tale will be spun . . .

There'll be an excellent, eclectic and truly international line-up at this summer's 14th Gate To Southwell music festival taking place from 4th to 7th June.

A group of local fitness instructors are uniting for the second year running to showcase the multitude of health and fitness classes and services available in Southwell and surrounding areas with an event that provides the opportunity to try a variety of local exercise classes and fitness services during the course of one evening.

With Skateboarding being included in the Olympics for the first time at Tokyo 2020, it's no surprise it's become one of the fastest-growing sports worldwide.

On 18th January 2020 over 40 people from Southwell, Newark and Rainworth will unite at the Joseph Whitaker School to participate in a four hour long sponsored Drumfitt Drumathon to raise thousands of pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust and John Eastwood Hospice.

Recycling your Christmas tree when the holiday season is over can help grow a greener future for Newark and Sherwood. Come Twelfth Night when the festive decorations are packed away, why not arrange for your unwanted tree to be picked up for a small fee with the proceeds being used to pay for planting whips and saplings around the district.

Southwell Methodist Church would like to thank everyone who visited its annual Christmas Tree Festival and helped to raise £600 for the Southwell Pink Ladies Cancer Support Group.