Monthly Archive: July

Riverside Festival returns… Don’t miss the East Midlands’ biggest family festival this weekend

Riverside Festival returns… Don’t miss the East Midlands’ biggest family festival this weekend

The East Midlands’ biggest free summer festival will be back on Nottingham’s Victoria Embankment this weekend (2- 4 August) where over 150,000 visitors are expected as the annual Riverside Festival takes place alongside the River Trent. The festival lasts until Sunday evening, offering a wide range of family fun and entertainment with something for every […]

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Science Professor takes Chair at the table of One Nottingham

Science Professor takes Chair at the table of One Nottingham

Professor Kevin Shakesheff, Pro-Vice Chancellor for the Faculty of Science at the University of Nottingham, has been elected as new Chair for One Nottingham. One Nottingham is the strategic partnership for the city that encourages and facilitates collaboration across Nottingham, bringing together the public, business, faith, voluntary and community sectors. One Nottingham supports, or has […]

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Nottingham City Council set to make savings by supplying its own water

Nottingham City Council set to make savings by supplying its own water

Nottingham City Council is set to begin supplying water services to its own buildings from Wednesday 14 August to create savings on the authority’s bills and water consumption. Changes in the water industry allow businesses and organisations to choose how they receive water supply and wastewater services, and the City Council has chosen to become […]

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Landlord fined £5,000 for overcrowding at Nottingham property

Landlord fined £5,000 for overcrowding at Nottingham property

A Nottingham landlord has been fined almost £5,000 after admitting having too many people living in a rented property. Matteo Mariano, aged 53, of Ranmoor Road, Gedling, plead guilty at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court to breaching a prohibition order requiring him to limit the number of occupants to two or fewer. Officers from Nottingham City Council’s […]

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Forward-thinking pupils head for Parliament to showcase their work

Forward-thinking pupils head for Parliament to showcase their work

A mobile classroom for all ages, an office on the go, and a pedal-powered community carriage were among the ideas for trains in the future presented at the Houses of Parliament by Nottingham schoolchildren this week. Ten members of Nottingham Primary Parliament presented their designs to the Transport Select Committee on Monday (22 July), as […]

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