A mother has appeared on national television to talk about why she educates her son at home.
An academy has been rated overall good, but outstanding in some areas.
A beautician has been shortlisted for an award.
A care home is hosting a crafting day this week.
A woman who gave up her job in teaching to become the county’s only tech ambassador is encouraging others to join the industry.
A surprise for a crisp fan and children taking part in a mini skills competition are among the stories in this week’s trip down memory lane.
A businessman has sponsored a guide dog to raise awareness of the charity that supports them.
A rail enthusiast is launching a new group.
A toddler is the talk of a town supermarket when he visits every week with his grandmother.
A book distribution centre has been saved after it was announced last year it could close, putting 200 jobs at risk.
A gym owner hopes to inspire more people to get fit and grow after a relaunch.
Two stolen caravans have been discovered by police.
Teachers have been offered the chance to work from home one day a week and class timetables have been changed for pupils.
Potential candidates for a new town council are invited to a briefing event.
Police are searching for a wanted teenager in connection with multiple offences.
A mayor has paid a visit to a community hub.
Proposed restrictions outside a primary school could make it safer for children arriving at school at peak times.
A man who killed a 10-year-old girl at a family friend’s Christmas party will be moved to an open prison.
A classic train event has been cancelled for good after nearly 40 years.
An art society has announced its next exhibition.