In this week’s Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

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This week’s Mansfield Chad front page tells how a Forest Town teenager was filmed by a gang of youngsters as she was savagely beaten.

Inside, you also can read the horrifying story of three dogs who were left so hungry they ate the head of a fourth dog. Now their owners could face jail.

There are stories about the town planners who defied the developers by turning down an application for 130 homes in Mansfield Woodhouse and how a disused car yard in Mansfield was turned into a camp for Travellers.

And there’s the shaggy llama story about a pair of animals in dire need of a haircut at Willow Tree Farm.

As always, there are some great giveaways: we have 50 pairs of tickets worth £54 each for the Goodwood Festival of Speed up for grabs.

And best of all - there’s an offer for free beer! Chad readers can enjoy a can of American Sixpoint beer worth £1.99 or a refillable coffee at The Regent in Kirkby for absolutely nothing thanks to this week’s fantastic offer.

You can’t say fairer than that!

In sport, the Stags are set to sign two new strikers, while Junior Daniel moves to Port Vale.

Meanwhile, there’s the tale of two brothers who survived a 120MPH crash in the TT races and a full page preview of the Rainworth Skoda Forest Rally.

The Ashfield Chad leads on the tragic story of a 23-year-old airman who was killed on the M1.

Inside, find out why more than 500 people looked on in shock in Sutton town centre and how a Huthwaite builder won a £700,000 contract.

In both papers, Kirkby opera sensation Lucy Kay tells of her ambitions to win Britain’s Got Talent.

So don’t forget to grab your Chad, on sale every Wednesday.