Archive by category Leisure Centres and Sport

The search is on for members of #TeamNotts – Chance to volunteer at the Nature Valley Open Tennis in June

The search is on for members of #TeamNotts – Chance to volunteer at the Nature Valley Open Tennis in June

Nottingham City Council and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help at the Nature Valley Open tournament (6-14 June 2020). There are options for all ages from ten years old to as old as you feel! In June 2020, the city will again host a week-long tournament at the Nottingham […]

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Clifton Leisure Centre’s therapeutic salt room is first in the city

Clifton Leisure Centre’s therapeutic salt room is first in the city

Active Nottingham is leading the way in Nottingham, by being one of the first gym providers to offer a Himalayan Salt Room experience as part of their health and fitness offer. The spa room at Clifton Leisure Centre, officially opened this week with an opening evening took place on Tuesday evening. The redevelopment at the […]

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Opening times for services this Christmas and New Year

Opening times for services this Christmas and New Year

Here is a list of what council services are running over Christmas and New Year… City Council Offices Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Libraries All libraries are closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Nottingham Central Library, Bulwell Riverside, Hyson Green and St Ann’s Valley libraries will be open […]

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Bulwell Market supports local athlete’s bid for Team GB spot at 2020 Olympics

Bulwell Market supports local athlete’s bid for Team GB spot at 2020 Olympics

The Nottingham Markets team has presented a cheque to a local weightlifter to help her achieve her goal of reaching the Olympics in Tokyo next year.  The team, which manages the city’s outdoor and indoor markets along with stallholders from Bulwell Market, handed the money to Emily Campbell, who is a current Commonwealth Bronze medallist  […]

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Route Map confirmed for Let’s Ride Nottingham Cycling Festival

Route Map confirmed for Let’s Ride Nottingham Cycling Festival

As cycling festival HSBC UK Let’s Ride gets ready to roll into Nottingham, British Cycling and HSBC UK, in conjunction with Nottingham City Council, have confirmed the traffic-free route at the Meadow Recreation Ground for this year’s edition of the event. The free-to-attend event will get underway at The Meadows Recreation Ground at 11am on […]

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Sport and Leisure team receives top safety award

Sport and Leisure team receives top safety award

Our Sport and Leisure team which manages the city’s seven leisure centres has been handed a prestigious award in recognition of its practices and achievements in ensuring customer safety. The Gold Leisure Safety Award, is part of the internationally-renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, which are the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK. They […]

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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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Wheelchair Tennis Superstars ready for British Open in Nottingham

Wheelchair Tennis Superstars ready for British Open in Nottingham

Britain’s leading wheelchair tennis players will compete with the best players in the world at the 30th British Open in Nottingham, an LTA summer event, next week. The action gets underway on Tuesday 23 July and runs until Sunday 28 July, with finals taking place on both the Saturday and Sunday. The fifth of six […]

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Wimbledon hopeful urges more to take part in tennis across the city this summer

Wimbledon hopeful urges more to take part in tennis across the city this summer

A Nottingham tennis player who is heading to the prestigious Wimbledon championships in a fortnight is part of a push to encourage more people to pick up a racket this summer. With Wimbledon just around the corner and another successful Nature Valley Open grass court tournament just taken place in the city, Nottingham City Council […]

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