Monthly Archive: March

Council condemns hate letters

Council condemns hate letters

A senior Nottingham City Councillor has reassured local communities that the city takes all hate crime extremely seriously following national media and social media coverage about letters threatening members of the Muslim community received in other parts of the country. Councillor Toby Neal, Portfolio Holder for Community and Customer Services, said: “We understand the impact […]

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Nottingham gets raw deal from Government over pothole funding

Nottingham gets raw deal from Government over pothole funding

Figures show how major cities like Nottingham and Leicester are getting a raw deal when it comes to the Government handing out money to repair potholes – just £1.86 per head for Nottingham compared to £13.82 per head in rural Rutland. Statistics from the Government’s Pothole Action Fund show how Nottingham will receive £605,000 to […]

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Dolly Parton Imagination Library launches in two more Nottingham wards

Dolly Parton Imagination Library launches in two more Nottingham wards

The Dolly Parton Imagination Library scheme has launched in two more wards in Nottingham City: Dales and Bridge. The Dolly Parton Imagination Library is a charity that delivers a free age-appropriate book every month to children from birth until the age of five. The scheme is proven to improve children’s literacy levels so that they […]

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Nottingham’s Council House gets ready for 24 hour tech take-over.

Nottingham’s Council House gets ready for 24 hour tech take-over.

In March 2018 Nottingham City Council again pledges support for the return of Hack24 – a 24 hour coding competition in Nottingham city centre. The annual event which is in its fourth year sees the Council House main Ballroom transformed into a temporary home for vibrant, hi-tech and often caffeine-fuelled activity as coders from Nottingham […]

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