Monthly Archive: September

New Government Covid regulations come into force for businesses and venues

New Government Covid regulations come into force for businesses and venues

New Government regulations have come into force today to ensure businesses continue to be Covid compliant by following the Rule of Six and maintaining social distancing between customers. The new rules will mean certain businesses and organisations, including hospitality, leisure and tourism venues, close contact services, places of worship and local authority venues and facilities, […]

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Nottingham residents thanked for recycling efforts during pandemic

Nottingham residents thanked for recycling efforts during pandemic

Nottingham City Council says that national Recycle Week 2020 is another chance to work towards its ambitious carbon-neutral targets. Recycle Week runs from Monday (21 September) and aims to encourage more people to recycle and re-use the products they buy. The City Council has also thanked residents for continuing to recycle during lockdown and reiterated […]

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Sticking to the rules will save lives, say local leaders

Sticking to the rules will save lives, say local leaders

Police, council and university leaders across the city and county have pledged their commitment to working together in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Today (Monday) sees the implementation of new rules as set out by the Government which limits the numbers gathering in a social capacity to just six people at any one […]

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New Nottingham City Council Chief Executive starts work

New Nottingham City Council Chief Executive starts work

Nottingham City Council’s new Chief Executive has started work at the authority after being appointed to one of the city’s most important jobs back in May. Mel Barrett joins the council with a successful track record in managing large-scale customer-facing services and delivering substantial regeneration and development projects, most recently at Basingstoke and Deane Borough […]

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New festive lights spectacular set for Christmas at Wollaton

New festive lights spectacular set for Christmas at Wollaton

This festive season, Wollaton Hall & Deer Park will host its first magical Christmas lights trail, as the formal gardens are transformed for the first time ever into an enchanted light spectacle, Christmas at Wollaton Hall.  From 27 November, visitors will be able to enjoy a unique socially distanced outdoor light installation. Wollaton Hall & […]

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Agreement announced for Robin Hood Energy customers to transfer to British Gas

Agreement announced for Robin Hood Energy customers to transfer to British Gas

Nottingham City Council has announced that customers of its energy company, Robin Hood Energy, are to transfer to British Gas.  The purchase agreement with Centrica, the parent company of British Gas, has been reached following a strategic review of Robin Hood Energy launched by the City Council in March.  Leader of the Council, Councillor David […]

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Woodthorpe Park’s new and improved facilities unveiled

Woodthorpe Park’s new and improved facilities unveiled

Several revamped areas have opened in Woodthorpe Park after over £100k of improvements were carried out at the popular park. The works, carried out by the Nottingham City Council parks and neighbourhood teams, have been funded jointly by FCC Communities and Nottingham City Council, following extensive consultation with park users, the friends group and local […]

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