What’s in your Chad this week

Mansfield Chad editor Tracy Powell goes through the revamped Chad with young readers Roxanne McNalty, Louisa Walker, Elliemay Brooks and Agnieszka Pajak in the Four Seasons Shopping Centre last Wednesday.
Mansfield Chad editor Tracy Powell goes through the revamped Chad with young readers Roxanne McNalty, Louisa Walker, Elliemay Brooks and Agnieszka Pajak in the Four Seasons Shopping Centre last Wednesday.

THE second edition of your new-look Chad has hit the shelves this morning and has even more top local news, entertainment and sport, as well as some fantastic deals for readers.

This week’s page one story is about a six-year-old boy who saved the day by helping to deliver his baby brother.

We also have plenty of your Diamond Jubilee pictures with eight packed flag-waving pages, along with the latest eight-page Chad Retro pullout, which takes readers on a trip back through time.

This latest edition takes on a Royal flavour and looks back at when the Queen visited Mansfield in 1977- which was her Silver Jubilee year.

There are also other stories such as the the Mansfield town centre supermarket which was fined more than £32,000 for breaching health and safety regulations, how a bullied schoolboy overcame his tormentors to be chosen as an Olympic torch bearer and the shocking story of how flowers were stolen from the grave of a Mansfield woman.

There are new regular features looking back on what was making the news 10, 25 and 50 years ago, a round-up of the late chemists available in the area and a tip of the day.

Also, look out for our regular report on cases completed at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court, TV columnist Tony Spittles and book expert Bill Purdue.

In sport, there is the latest on Mansfield Olympic star Becky Adlington, the newest signings for Mansfield Town FC, and pages of local cricket results.

So pick up your copy of the new-look Chad for just 75p. To subscribe each week, and make some great savings, scooping a Chad for just 56p per day, call our subscriptions hotline on 0844 9916464.