This week’s Chad is chock-a-block with news, sports, leisure and competitions as we take a look back at the very best of the paper in our weekly Sunday Supplement.
A Clipstone care home which used colourful therapeutic artwork to support people suffering from severe dementia has been forced to remove it from the walls due to fire service red tape. CLICK HERE for more on the story.
A pervert from Mansfield Woodhouse who exposed himself to a minibus full of teenage girls while driving on the motorway has been jailed. CLICK HERE for more on the story.
A Mansfield man has corrected official war records after discovering the truth about his great uncle who was killed in action in World War One. CLICK HERE to find out how he did it.
In Ashfield we lead with the story of the residents (pictured) who fear they will be swamped with a housing development free-for-all after Ashfield District Council finally voted to withdraw its Local Plan. CLICK HERE for more about the proposals.
We tell the story of Kenny Thompson, an advanced nurse practitioner who is also an Army Reservist in the Army’s 212 Field Hospital regiment and has worked in both Iraq and Afghanistan, treating injured soldiers from Britain and other countries. CLICK HERE for more on the story.
And in sport we tell the tale of Kirkby swim ace Ollie Hynd, who has just scooped a set of gold medals in the Glasgow pool on Monday night. CLICK HERE to find out more.
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