During the winter we are working night and day to keep all major roads and the pavements near shops and busy areas clear.We also have 180 yellow grit bins placed around the city, sited in places with steep slopes or in areas that are particularly exposed to the elements. Please click here to see where […]
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Ticket Prices: Adults £6 | Concessions £5 | Child £4 | Family £18 VIP gondola £40 (max 4). Trips last 12 minute and gondolas are completely enclosed so you’re protected from wind or rain. Visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/wheel for details.
Over 40 free arts and culture events in Nottingham city centre. Do something different on a Friday night! Take part in a fantastic night of discovery as Nottingham comes to life this Light Night: Friday 6 February 2015 from 6pm till late! Visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/lightnight for more information.
Enjoy a special Chinese New Year celebration at Nottingham Lakeside Arts, Highfields Park. Click here for more information about Chinese New Year.
Enjoy a great FREE celebration of Irish culture on Tuesday 17 March. Watch the annual parade which will depart from the Forest Recreation Ground and march along Mansfield Road before arriving in the Old Market Square. Visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/stpatricksday
To mark St George’s Day the grand parade, organised by The Royal Society of St. George, will process at noon from the Forest Recreation Ground, down Mansfield Road and arrive in the Old Market Square for 12.30pm. Our gigantic St George’s Day flag will once again be proudly displayed in front of the Council House. […]
Nottingham City Council is celebrating after receiving the news that its £3.2m bid to develop Highfields Park has been successful. The money has been awarded through the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund’s Parks for People programme and will be used to improve facilities and expand a programme of visitor and community activities […]
Nottingham City Council has seen a £30m (29%) reduction in its main Government grant, announced by the Department for Communities and Local Government (December 18th). Even on the Government’s preferred measure of ‘spending power’ which includes other funding streams, Nottingham has lost £18m (5.5%) against a 1.8% national reduction – and making it one of […]
A new electoral registration system has been introduced across the country. ‘Individual Electoral Registration’ (IER) means that each person is now responsible for their own registration; one person can no longer register on behalf of a whole household.