Archive by day March 6, 2020

Plaque unveiled to celebrate Nottingham Women!

Plaque unveiled to celebrate Nottingham Women!

A new plaque has been officially unveiled today ahead of International Women’s Day this Sunday 8th March. Positioned on the Council House exterior on South Parade, the plaque honours the women who were first to hold important political leadership roles in the city.  The plaque celebrates the following Nottingham women: 1920                                        First women elected to […]

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Bridge named after Boots chemist who helped discover ibuprofen

Bridge named after Boots chemist who helped discover ibuprofen

A pedestrian and cycle bridge on to the Boots site and Nottingham Enterprise Zone is to be officially named after one of its former employees who revolutionised global medicine. The Dr Stewart Adams Bridge will be unveiled in honour of the Nottingham scientist whose pioneering work in the 1960s led to the discovery of ibuprofen. […]

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Queens Drive park-and-ride to open again after severe flooding

Queens Drive park-and-ride to open again after severe flooding

Nottingham City Council has announced that Queens Drive park-and-ride will reopen to the public on Monday (9 March). The facility has been closed since unprecedented rainfall on the weekend of 15 and 16 February caused by Storm Dennis, following so closely behind Storm Ciara the week before. The amount of subsequent flooding after the River […]

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Statement on confirmed COVID-19 case in Nottingham

Statement on confirmed COVID-19 case in Nottingham

A case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Nottingham. Dr Fu-Meng Khaw, Centre Director, Public Health England East Midlands, said: “Public Health England is contacting people who had close contact with one of the latest confirmed cases of COVID-19. The case is a resident of Nottingham city and recently returned from South Korea. “Close contacts […]

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