Nottingham Remembers

Nottingham Remembers

Nottingham’s annual Civic Service of Remembrance will take place at the War Memorial, Victoria Embankment on Sunday 8 November, starting at 10.45am.  The Lord Mayor, Councillor Jackie Morris, will be at the War Memorial for the Service, together with the Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, Sir John Peace, the Sheriff of Nottingham, Councillor Mohammed Saghir, Vice Chairman of […]

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New role for senior Council officer

New role for senior Council officer

Angela Probert, the City Council’s Strategic Director for Organisational Transformation, is leaving to take up a new role at Birmingham City Council as Strategic Director for Change and Corporate Services. Congratulating Angela on her new role, Deputy Chief Executive, David Bishop, said: “Angela has been a key member of the senior management team, helping to […]

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New strategies aim to get more people more active more often

New strategies aim to get more people more active more often

Nottingham City Council has today formally adopted two new strategies for the city: a new Playing Pitch Strategy, and a Sports & Physical Activity Strategy.  Both strategies have been developed by the Council’s Sport & Leisure service in partnership with Sport England, the National Governing Bodies of Sport and Sport Nottinghamshire, and aim to get […]

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New tournament is a smash with tennis fans

New tournament is a smash with tennis fans

The inaugural Aegon Open Nottingham WTA event has attracted more than 10,000 people through the gates of the Nottingham Tennis Centre. Among the crowds of tennis fans there were also nearly 2,000 youngsters from across Nottinghamshire, who hit the courts for the Highlands Springs Mini Tennis Festival. Additionally, a ball crew made up of 50 […]

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Floral Trail Design Competition Entries – Vote for your favourite

Floral Trail Design Competition Entries – Vote for your favourite

Almost 200 entries have been received for this year’s Floral Trail design competition and the organisers, Nottingham City Council’s Nottingham in Bloom team and the Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID), have shortlisted seven of the designs: a radio, a camera, a paintbrush, a teddy bear, theatre masks, headphones and sunglasses. Members of the public are […]

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