Archive by year 2018

Nottingham Castle takes part in National Lottery #ThanksToYou on Saturday

Nottingham Castle takes part in National Lottery #ThanksToYou on Saturday

December fun thanks to The National Lottery #ThanksToYou  Nottingham Castle will be throwing open its doors for free to National Lottery players on Saturday 01 December 2018. The Castle is one of hundreds of participating National Lottery-funded visitor attractions across the UK saying ‘thanks’ to people who have raised money for good causes by buying […]

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Becky Adlington signs up for Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham

Becky Adlington signs up for Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham

Double Olympic Swimming Champion, Becky Adlington, has been named as Official Ambassador for the Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham and will take on the event when it returns to the city for the second consecutive year in 2019. The Nottinghamshire-born swimming star will be donning not only her goggles, but her bike and trainers […]

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Nottingham Arrow: Winter 2018

Nottingham Arrow: Winter 2018

The Winter 2018 issue of the Nottingham Arrow is out now! In this issue: Winter Wonderland, Working together to tackle homelessness, Nottingham New Year’s Eve, Taxi Tips for Safe Travel and lots more! Click here to download the Arrow as double page spreads Click here to download the singe page version

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Alcohol harm focus of Health and Wellbeing Board in Nottingham

Alcohol harm focus of Health and Wellbeing Board in Nottingham

Ways to reduce alcohol harm are to be discussed at a meeting of Nottingham City’s Health and Wellbeing Board today (28 November). Making sure people have the right information and advice and having ‘alcohol champions’ are being suggested as part of an eight-point plan to reduce the number of people whose lives are affected alcohol. […]

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Nottingham to celebrate Small Business Saturday on 1 December

Nottingham to celebrate Small Business Saturday on 1 December

Nottingham will once again be celebrating Small Business Saturday, a national initiative held each year to encourage people to support local independently owned businesses. This year Small Business Saturday takes place on Saturday 1 December 2018 and is being supported by Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID); Nottingham City Council; The Creative Quarter and Flying Horse […]

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Festive Family Fun Weekends at Woodthorpe Park Plant Shop

Festive Family Fun Weekends at Woodthorpe Park Plant Shop

The Christmas season is set to get underway at Woodthorpe Park Plant Shop tomorrow (Saturday 24 November) with a programme of shopping and entertainment over each weekend until the middle of December. Situated just off the A60 with plenty of car parking, the plant shop offers great gardening gifts and general plant stock all year […]

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As winter sets in, Nottingham comes together to pledge to tackle homelessness as a city

As winter sets in, Nottingham comes together to pledge to tackle homelessness as a city

Nottingham City Council has launched its new five-year Homelessness Prevention Strategy and is asking crucial partners – and the public – to commit to playing their part. The launch comes as Shelter releases its annual report showing that homelessness continues to be a worsening national crisis – with ‘at least 320,000 people now homeless in […]

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Firm hit by Cattle Market blaze takes up offer of free market unit

Firm hit by Cattle Market blaze takes up offer of free market unit

A company whose building was completely destroyed by a devastating fire earlier this month has moved into the Victoria Centre Market. Anchor Supplies, an Army clothing and equipment business, has accepted a free unit on the market following the huge blaze at the Cattle Market on 4 November. Nottingham City Council made the offer to […]

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Government approves Nottingham’s air quality plan

Government approves Nottingham’s air quality plan

The Government today announced it has approved Nottingham City Council’s new plan to tackle air pollution in the city centre. For the past three years, the council has been working with officials from Defra and the Department for Transport to identify measures to reduce levels of pollution in the shortest possible time and deliver compliance […]

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