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Chad Sunday Supplement: Relive our top stories of the week

Flash floods hit Mansfield earlier this week.

Flash floods hit Mansfield earlier this week.

 

Welcome to the Chad’s Sunday Supplement - a round-up of the top news, sport and leisure stories on our website this week.

Our top story in Mansfield this week has been the ongoing trial of Susan and Christopher Edwards, who are accused of murdering Susan’s parents William and Patricia Wycherley.

During the trial this week details emerged of how Susan ‘hated’ her dad and how the couple had buried the bodies of William and Patricia. CLICK HERE for the latest news.

That old favourite of weather was one of our most popular stories this week as we reported on an unseasonal downpour which left parts of Mansfield flooded at the start of the week.

If you missed what happened, CLICK HERE to watch what happened.

Our readers were also quick to capture what happened and sent in their pictures. CLICK HERE for a look at the best submissions.

In Sutton things are changing at Homebase as it was announced the store is to become The Range. CLICK HERE to find out what is happening.

In Huthwaite plans have been unveiled to improve an accident blackspot. CLICK HERE to find out where and what is happening

News broke yesterday of a big setback to plans to create a Robin Hood Visitor Centre at Sherwood Forest. CLICK HERE to find out why.

All eyes may be on the World Cup, but Mansfield Town have finally captured Liam Hearn, who they hope will help end their goalscoring troubles. CLICK HERE for more on the deal.

And don’t forget to get your Chad each and every Wednesday and visit our website daily for all the very latest news from your area.

 

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