Some of the top stories from the Chad this week

Councillors John Kerr, left, and Andy Wetton outside the Meden Sports Centre in Warsop, which Mansfield District Council want to close.
Councillors John Kerr, left, and Andy Wetton outside the Meden Sports Centre in Warsop, which Mansfield District Council want to close.
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The havoc caused by Storm Doris to the controversial closure of a popular sports centre have been some of the most read stories in the Chad this week. Here is a selection of news from this week in case you missed any articles the first time round.

A Kirkby sandwich shop owner has been sent to Nottingham Crown Court to be sentenced for 24 breaches of food hygiene standards.

Read more at: http://www.chad.co.uk/news/owner-of-filthy-kirkby-sandwich-shop-faces-crown-court-1-8406778


Storm Doris caused havoc across much of Nottinghamshire click

http://www.chad.co.uk/news/live-updates-storm-doris-arrives-in-nottinghamshire-1-8404119


An Ashfield taxi driver claims he has been incorrectly fined at least six times at a McDonald’s restaurant car park in Sutton

http://www.chad.co.uk/news/cabbie-is-sick-of-fines-issued-in-error-at-mcdonalds-car-park-in-sutton-1-8409405

Meden Sports Centre is to close despite ardent public opposition to the loss of their much-loved swimming baths.

http://www.chad.co.uk/news/breaking-meden-sports-centre-will-be-closing-to-the-public-1-8401555