THIS week’s Mansfield Chad is once again the place to go for all the latest news, sport, entertainment and fantastic deals for readers.
In this week’s top story, we reveal that only High Court judges can now stop Mansfield’s biggest ever development, the controversial Lindhurst project, from going ahead.
We also have stories about the town’s slow broadband speeds, which are damaging the business community, and news that Rufford Abbey has been dubbed a real-life Downton Abbey after the rediscovery of a book which draws striking comparisons with the fictional Edwardian estate.
There are also all the pictures from Warsop’s Christmas lights switch on.
In sport, there are all the latest match reports from Stags and the Hynd brothers’ hopes for Paralympic success next year.
Among the top deals for readers are free onion rings at Burger King, chance to win tickets to Stags’ Boxing Day match and a free mince pie and Christmas pudding.
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