Awards at Goose Fair dinner honour the best of Nottingham

Awards at Goose Fair dinner honour the best of Nottingham

A phenomenally-talented musical family, a women’s rights campaigner, the man behind the modern Goose Fair and a much–respected education champion have been honoured in the Nottingham Awards 2018. The awards, now in their seventh year, were held at the Council House last night (Thursday) following the historic 724th Goose Fair opening and dinner. They celebrate […]

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Family event marks end of month of Asian culture celebrations

Family event marks end of month of Asian culture celebrations

A special event takes place this weekend to mark the end of a month of celebrations around South Asian culture in Nottingham. The culmination of the South Asian Heritage Festival will see a free event for all the family take place in Trinity Square on Saturday from noon until 5pm. There will be main-stage performances […]

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Warning to students over impact of noisy late-night parties

Warning to students over impact of noisy late-night parties

Students in Nottingham arriving for the new university term have been reminded not to throw parties which impact on their neighbours. In previous years, Nottingham City Council’s Community Protection officers have dealt with numerous late-night house parties, mostly in student households, where unacceptable levels of noise and anti-social behaviour caused a serious nuisance to local […]

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Council Leader’s marathon-a-day walk for children’s reading charity

Council Leader’s marathon-a-day walk for children’s reading charity

The Leader of Nottingham City Council is to walk the Pennine Way for charity – in just 10 days. It usually takes at least three weeks to complete the famous 267-mile trek from Edale, Derbyshire, to Kirk Yetholm, Scotland. By completing the feat in just 10 days, Councillor Jon Collins will be walking the equivalent of […]

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Licensing and deposit problems see Nottingham landlord fined £1,750

Licensing and deposit problems see Nottingham landlord fined £1,750

A Sneinton landlord has been fined £1,750 after a number of issues were raised by his tenant. Shafaqat Ali Sadiq, aged 41, of Vicarage Avenue, Derby, was found guilty at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on Friday 27 July of aggressive practices, failing to protect a tenancy deposit and operating a House of Multiple Occupation without a […]

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Nottingham Castle confirmed to host screening of World Cup semi-final

Nottingham Castle confirmed to host screening of World Cup semi-final

Nottingham Castle will screen England’s historic World Cup semi-final against Croatia on Wednesday. The iconic venue played host to the quarter-final win over Sweden on Saturday when around 3,000 people came together to cheer on Gareth Southgate’s team. Wednesday evening’s event will be ticket-only. Tickets will be FREE, but a £1 fee will be applied […]

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England’s vital World Cup match to be screened at Nottingham Castle

England’s vital World Cup match to be screened at Nottingham Castle

England fans can cheer on their team at the World Cup quarter-finals in the surroundings of one of Nottingham’s most iconic landmarks. A 27 square-metre screen will broadcast Saturday’s match against Sweden live from the Green at Nottingham Castle. The family-friendly event, hosted by Nottingham City Council, will be free to enter on a first […]

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