‘Our Wonder Wall’ Spring Lockdown Competition

‘Our Wonder Wall’ Spring Lockdown Competition

In the lockdown of spring 2020, Nottingham City SHARP (Self-harm Awareness & Resource Project) Team supported encouraged the children and young people of Nottinghamshire to illustrate and express their experiences and emotions of such strange and challenging times through expressive art and storytelling. Our Wonder Wall is an on-line gallery exhibiting the wonderful, creative and […]

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Be Sparkly BUT SAFE this Bonfire Night!

Be Sparkly BUT SAFE this Bonfire Night!

Nottingham City Council is urging people to be sensible and stay safe over the coming days, during what will be a ‘different’ Bonfire Night for everyone this year. Big celebrations are being discouraged, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19, as are Bonfire Night parties that break the current social distancing rules set out […]

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Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020

Hate Crime Awareness Week is going online this year! Organisations in Nottingham are coming together for a range of events for National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020, running from 10 to 17 October 2020. We can’t meet this year, but we can still get together and talk, spreading hope not hate! Nottingham City Council will also be launching […]

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Proud of Nottingham pupils #Exams #HomeLearning #Resilience

Proud of Nottingham pupils #Exams #HomeLearning #Resilience

City Council Leader, Cllr David Mellen, praises Nottingham’s young people: “Today we celebrate A-Level results day and next week we will celebrate GCSEs. To mark the occasion a new Council House banner boldly declares how proud we are of Nottingham’s pupils. But we all know this year has not been easy. Many young people will […]

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What next? Is this the end of community spirit?

The City Council has launched an online survey to capture people’s experiences of lockdown. Communities are being invited to participate in focus groups and a documentary entitled ‘What Next?’ has been released to encourage a city-wide conversation about where we go from here. In the article below we hear from Communities Portfolio Holder, Councillor Rebecca […]

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Impact of Covid on BAME communities prompts fresh council approach

Impact of Covid on BAME communities prompts fresh council approach

Today Nottingham City Council’s Executive Board will gather to discuss the development of a framework which outlines the breadth of action that will be required to tackle BAME health inequalities. The health inequalities experienced by BAME communities have been brought into sharp focus through the coronavirus pandemic, with Public Health England and the Office of […]

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