News in Hucknall

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The petrol station at Tesco Extra on Ashgate Road in Hucknall is closed for a month as of yesterday.

A Tesco spokesperson said: "The petrol station at our Hucknall Extra store will close on Sunday 11 July for routine work to replace the fuel storage tanks. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and look forward to welcoming customers back when we re-open on Monday 16 August."

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The Hucknall Street Pastors will not continue

Hucknall's team of Street Pastors have been forced to cease operations due to financial reasons.

The group of Christian volunteers who patrolled the town's nightlife hotspots during the weekends for nearly a decade were expected to return once all the Coronavirus restrictions had been lifted. However, changes in the licensing rules mean that it is no longer financially viable for Hucknall to run its own Street Pastor initiative.

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A question of Hucknall

By Tom Surgay

1st Jun 2021 | Local News

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Throughout the years there have been problems about the name and place of Hucknall. I seem to have been asked many times about the name because people have been confused about the different Hucknall's and I hope this piece might just help with an explanation.

How many places were originally called Hucknall? The answer is three. Two in Nottinghamshire and one in Derbyshire. While these places are in different counties they are fairly close to each other.

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