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One week until entries close for the Young Creative Awards 2016

One week until entries close for the Young Creative Awards 2016

Goals and Dreams There’s just over one week left to enter into this year’s Young Creative Awards. The theme this year is “Goals and Dreams”. Young people, aged 13 to 24 who live, study or work in Nottingham are encouraged to let their imaginations flow and to enter pieces of work that reflect their aspirations […]

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Two weeks to Sport Relief 2016: Do yourself proud!

Two weeks to Sport Relief 2016: Do yourself proud!

There are just two weeks to go until the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile in Nottingham on Sunday 20 March. Loads of local people have already signed up to run one, three, or six miles, but there’s still time to bag a place, don your deeley-boppers and do yourself proud! Alex Brown – event organiser said: “We […]

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Nottingham comes together in mass litter picks!

Nottingham comes together in mass litter picks!

Nottingham City Council is hosting a series of mass litter picks as part of its support for the country’s biggest – ever community clean up. The national Clean for The Queen campaign aims to give the country a tidy-up ahead of The Queen’s 90th birthday in April. Supported by anti-litter charity Keep Britain Tidy, the […]

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Sneinton to pave the way for a sustainable energy future for Nottingham

Sneinton to pave the way for a sustainable energy future for Nottingham

Sneinton has been identified as one of three demonstration areas for a European wide Smart Cities project called REMOURBAN.  The project is developing a model to show how sustainability can be integrated into the regeneration of our towns and cities. A number of organisations across the city are working together to deliver this project which […]

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Nottingham City Council is a ‘Safe Place’ for vulnerable people

Nottingham City Council is a ‘Safe Place’ for vulnerable people

A scheme which provides places for vulnerable people to go to if they are abused or harassed in public has been launched in Nottingham City Council’s headquarters and eight city leisure centres. The council offices, located on Station Street, are now a designated safe place in the community where vulnerable people with learning disabilities can go […]

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Council seeks more views on city’s health vision for the future

Council seeks more views on city’s health vision for the future

The views of Nottingham’s African and Caribbean communities are being sought to help shape plans to improve the city’s health. The City Council is currently undertaking a consultation to gather the public’s views before putting together its next Health and Wellbeing Strategy. This is a document which will set out targets and priorities for improving […]

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The Lord Mayor of Nottingham Volunteers Awards

The Lord Mayor of Nottingham Volunteers Awards

Do you know an unsung hero? Well The Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Councillor Jackie Morris, is looking for nominations for people who volunteer and do things on a daily basis to make a positive difference to their local community. The awards are open to volunteers from across Nottingham and The Lord Mayor is encouraging members […]

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Stay warm to stay well – be a good neighbour in the bad weather

Stay warm to stay well – be a good neighbour in the bad weather

Winter weather is now upon us… so it’s vital that we all keep an eye on older friends, neighbours and relatives as the cold snap starts to tighten its grip. Nottingham City Council is asking for people to check on those they think could be at risk, even just to see if they need essentials […]

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