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City Council bid to recruit 1,600 care workers in Nottingham

City Council bid to recruit 1,600 care workers in Nottingham

Nottingham City Council is urging people to come forward to take on essential care worker roles during the Covid-19 crisis. As many as 1,600 new care workers are needed to help support people in the community as …

Funding boost to help key workers with Easter childcare

Funding boost to help key workers with Easter childcare

Nottingham City Council has announced a cash boost of £90,000 to help support critical workers with childcare over the Easter holidays. The authority announced plans two weeks ago to help schools remain open …

City Council food parcel operation swings into action 

City Council food parcel operation swings into action 

An army of council workers has begun distributing food parcels to vulnerable people isolating in their homes in Nottingham. Nottingham City Council is overseeing an operation which involves food parcels being …

LTA announces cancellation of Nottingham summer tennis tournaments

LTA announces cancellation of Nottingham summer tennis tournaments

Nature Valley Open and British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships cancelled due to coronavirus crisis The LTA, in conjunction with the All England Club, the ITF, ATP and WTA, has regrettably announced today …

Helping yourselves, help for you, helping others

Helping yourselves, help for you, helping others

A message from City Council Leader Cllr David Mellen: We are all getting used to new ways to live our lives and I would like to commend the response of local people to the huge changes they are having to make. Our …

Reasons to be cheerful at the end of a difficult week

Reasons to be cheerful at the end of a difficult week

City Council Deputy Leader Cllr Sally Longford: These last two weeks, we’ve faced enormous challenges as a city, but as we approach the weekend, I want to thank those of you who have come forward and volunteered …

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