What’s in the Ashfield Chad this week

THIS week’s Ashfield Chad is once again the place to go for all the latest news, sport, entertainment and fantastic deals for readers.

In this week’s Chad we bring you the latest reaction to the shocking extend of underage drinking across Ashfield and a picture special following the weekend’s snowfall.

We have feature an appeal from residents in Teversal for faster broadband internet speed, news of a Sutton artist’s brush with Olympic fame and a £24m redevelopment at West Notts College.

There is also news of Ashfield skater Mark Hanretty’s continued success in hit show Dancing on Ice and a Sutton photographer celebrating 30 years of business.

In sport, we have two special features which rolls back the decades to celebrate two of Mansfield Town’s finest victories, news of national badminton success for Ravenshead’s Chris Adcock and success for Mansfield Giants’ women’s team against Sheffield.

We also have all the latest news from the Mansfield Town camp and how the fixture cancellation’s has affected the club.

And, as always, Chad is your place for plenty of bargain’s and competitions. Diners at The Rufford can take advantage of a free desert with every meal, while bowlers at Superbowl can buy one game and enjoy two free games.

We also have a family ticket to be won for Newark Air Museum and a family ticket to see Sesame Street at Mansfield’s Palace Theatre.

So pick up your copy of the Chad today for just 75p, with delivered copies only 73p.

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