Molly Davidson who has learning difficulties, was found safe five days after going missing from her home in Nottinghamshire.Read the full story ›
The cashier was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre with a hand injury after the incident.Read the full story ›
Nottinghamshire Police has asked motorists to take extra care on the roads this morning as thick fog covers parts of the county:
Thick fog in areas of the county this morning: ❌ Leave extra room to brake Use dipped headlights ⚠️ Drive carefully and to the conditions
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Ellen Marshall, of Old Basford, Nottingham, was last seen on Thursday 5 January.
Officers are concerned for her safety and would urge anyone with knowledge of her whereabouts to get in touch.
Ellen is white, 5ft 9ins tall, of slim build, with long black straight hair. It is not known what she is wearing.
Police officers have found an injured 17-year-old boy after being called to reports of a disturbance in Nottingham.Read the full story ›
Tour the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and The Great Barrier Reef in miniature.Read the full story ›
Officers are concerned for the safety of 19-year-old Molly Davidson after she was reported missing from Sutton-in-Ashfield yesterday (Monday January 2017).
Molly is white, of a slim build, around 5ft 9ins tall with shoulder length dark brown hair.
She was last at Nottingham’s Broadmarsh bus station at around 1.15pm yesterday and was wearing black jeans, a cream jumper with a criss-cross pattern on the back, a black zip up jacket and either white Adidas trainers or black Converse trainers. She also had a brown holdall type bag and a red handbag.
Molly is described as vulnerable and has mild learning difficulties, her family fear she may have travelled to London to meet someone.
Anyone with any information should contact police on 101.
Residents in Gedling have described the current parking situation outside the Country Park as 'an accident waiting to happen'Read the full story ›
Nottinghamshire: Clumber Park, Worksop, 10am- 4pm
Clumber House, once stood in ancient Sherwood Forest and was constructed using only the finest materials from across the world.
It boasted a grand entrance hall, with a three-flight marble staircase. Sadly the mediaeval mansion, owned by the Dukes of Newcastle, suffered two fires in 1879 and 1912, before it was demolished in 1938.
But now, nearly 80 years later, the people in charge at Clumber Park, need some help!' They say:
“We all know the grounds of this great country park were once home to a beautiful castle, and a noble Dragon Lord, but now we are on a mission to find him once again, and we need the Knights of Nottinghamshire (The ones who aren't scared of the dark) to help us”
This weekend you can discover the ‘Pleasure Grounds’ and collect your enchanted map from the Discovery Centre to help find and save the Dragon Lord. Collect the magical charms along the way as you set out on your adventure.
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The English Football League is appealing for clubs to stage a minute's applause this weekend to honour popular Midlands manager Graham Taylor, who died at the age of 72.
The ex-Aston Villa manager died of a suspected heart attack at his home on Thursday.
Clubs will have the option of wearing black armbands in his memory ahead of the weekend's fixtures.