What’s in the Chad this week

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THIS week’s Chad is once again packed full of news, views, sports, entertainment and fantastic deals for our loyal readers.

Amongst the many deals this week is the chance to collect the second Disney book in our brand new Wonderful World of Knowledge series for just £2.99 when bought with the Chad.

The Planet Earth book, the second in the 24-book series, covers an interesting range of topics including recycling, rising sea levels, mountains, volcanoes and glaciers and is on sale from local newsagents and Chad receptions from today.

Youngster Billie Jo Brailsford has already been improving her knowledge about earth after she enjoyed a sneak peak of the book.

Billie Jo said: “Both old and young will enjoy this book.This fun book will not only inspire children, it will also inspire teachers.

“It will help children with their geography and give tahem lots of bright ideas. You will learn a lot from this book. I recommend it to everyone.”

Pet lovers can now enter our latest Perfect Pets competition, with the chance to win a 30 x 20 canvas print of your pet as well as pet food and other treats. Think your pet is a winner? . . . then enter our competition.

Theatre lovers are also being given the chance to win tickets to see comedy The Naked Trust at Mansfield’s Palace Theatre.

As ever, we are bringing you a comprehensive round-up of all the news making the Mansfield and Ashfield headlines this week, including the ongoing hunt for the killer of murder victim Jia Ashton.

We also have a full picture round-up of Monday’s devastating fire at the former Sherwood Hall School and a fatal house fire in Huthwaite, which left two people dead.

King’s Mill Hospital have this week revealed that major cuts are in the pipeline at the hospital following a cut in Goverment funding, and we have all the latest news on this story.

And we also have a round-up of Mansfield Town’s home day with Southport and all the build-up to Stags’ upcoming trip to Wembley.

Our comprehensive sports section also has a full round up of the local football scene, including a report on Rainworth’s win which keeps them safe from relegation, and the resignation of Rudy Funk from Shirebrook Town.

We also have a match report on Mansfield Rugby Club’s victory over Spalding as the play-off race hots up.

So pick up your copy of Chad, which is out tomorrow for just 70p.

Or if you wish to subscribe each week to your favourite local newspaper, and make some excellent savings, then call our subscriptions hotline on 0844 9916464.