The Royal Mail has produced special stamps to celebrate Notts County's 150th anniversary.
Notts County will tonight hold a gala dinner to mark its 150th anniversary as the World's oldest football league club,
The Notts County Youth Team have travelled to France - following in the footsteps of the footballers' battalions during the Great War.
A deal which would have seen veteran Notts County striker Lee Hughes move to Port Vale on loan has fallen through. The 36 year old looked to be on his way out of Meadow Lane, but in the last few minutes, the club has revealed that he will staying put.
In a statement on the Magpies' website, Chief Executive Jim Rodwell said: **
– Chief Executive Jim Rodwell
“A proposed loan deal for Lee Hughes to go to Port Vale was discussed, however as it was so late in the day, the paperwork did not go through in time and we’re delighted to confirm that Lee remains a Notts County player." **
Hughes is unavailable for tomorrow's visit of Swindon Town as he starts a three-match ban after being charged by the Football Association for an incident at Scunthorpe United last weekend.**
Tributes have been paid following the death of seven-year-old Lucas Kiwomya. Lucas' father, Chris Kiwomya is currently the Development Squad Manager at Notts County Football Club.
"Notts County were deeply saddened to hear this week of the tragic passing of Lucas Kiwomya. The thoughts and prayers of everyone associated with Notts County Football Club are with Chris and his family as they try to come to terms with their loss at this most unimaginably difficult of times."
Around two-thousand primary school children from Nottingham have been helping celebrate the country's oldest football club.
To mark Notts County's 150th anniversary the youngsters took part in a fun day and buried a time capsule under the pitch of posters they'd made.
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