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Nottingham City Museums secures grant funding and public donations to buy last-known portrait of D. H. Lawrence

Nottingham City Museums secures grant funding and public donations to buy last-known portrait of D. H. Lawrence

Through generous external grant funding and public donations, Nottingham City Museums has been able to buy the last-known portrait painting of the famous Nottinghamshire born writer, D. H. Lawrence and is announcing programme in collaboration with Nottingham City Libraries. With thanks to funding from V & A, Arts Council England Lottery Funding, Heritage Fund and […]

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These girls certainly can: Nottingham celebrates women’s successes in sport

These girls certainly can: Nottingham celebrates women’s successes in sport

Pictured: Mary Earps (England vs Austria). Image credit: Franck Fife/AFP via Getty Images Nottingham City Council has shown its support for the England Lionesses with the country’s largest flag on the Council House, and sends them congratulations on their historic win against Germany yesterday. The England team’s incredible 2-1 victory against the eight-time European Champions […]

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Active Nottingham leisure centre awarded top marks on ‘Quest’ for excellence

Active Nottingham leisure centre awarded top marks on ‘Quest’ for excellence

Active Nottingham’s Djanogly Community Leisure Centre (DCLC), part of Nottingham City Council, has been awarded ‘Excellent’ for its facilities and services, recognising high quality within UK Sport and Leisure. An industry standard developed by the UK Sports Council, Quest assessors look at a range of factors including operational management and approaches to engaging with customers […]

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Get discounted bus travel and combat climate change with Green Rewards

Get discounted bus travel and combat climate change with Green Rewards

Residents in Nottinghamshire can benefit from a 15% discount for adult and group day tickets on Nottingham City Transport (NCT) buses thanks to the Notts Green Rewards programme. The partnership between Nottingham City Transport, all eight Nottinghamshire councils and Nottinghamshire County Council is available from today through the Notts Green Rewards programme – a website […]

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Titus: T. rex is King exhibition unveils astounding micro-sculpture for visitors

Titus: T. rex is King exhibition unveils astounding micro-sculpture for visitors

To mark the first-year anniversary of the opening of Titus: T. rex is King exhibition, visitors will get to see an astounding new addition to this world-exclusive event. Internationally-renowned micro-sculpturist, Dr Willard Wigan MBE, has created and installed a new extraordinary micro-sculpture of a perfectly formed T. rex, measuring just 0.5mm which sits within the […]

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Nottingham City Council Landlord Forum

Bringing together all the latest news and updates for landlords from Nottingham City Council, DASH and Unipol Student Homes. Date: Wednesday 15 June, 1.30pm – 4pm Venue: Online via Zoom Landlords and managing agents operating in Nottingham City are invited to attend the June Forum. These events provide the latest news and updates from the […]

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Statement from Nottingham City Council about appointment of Donna Ockenden to lead maternity review

On behalf of Councillor Georgia Power, Chair of the Health and Adult Social Care Scrutiny Committee, and Councillor Adele Williams, Chair of the Nottingham Health and Wellbeing Board “We welcome the appointment of Donna Ockenden to chair the review of maternity services in Nottingham. We hope that this will give affected families confidence in the review […]

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Nottingham’s Broad Marsh and Island Quarter showcased at national investor forum

Nottingham’s Broad Marsh and Island Quarter  showcased at national investor forum

Nottingham’s Broad Marsh and The Island Quarter have been showcased at a national forum this week as two of the most significant city centre development sites in the UK. UKREiiF, the UK’s Real Estate Investment and Infrastructure Forum in Leeds this week, brought together thousands of investors, funders and developers looking for new opportunities across […]

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Play area improvements in time for the summer

Play area improvements in time for the summer

Four local parks are to benefit from almost £350,000 worth of improvements, with work getting underway now and scheduled to finish by the summer. New facilities including play equipment, seating, outdoor fitness equipment and improved access will be installed at Coppice Park in Mapperley, Seaford Avenue Park in Wollaton, Amesbury Circus Park in Aspley and […]

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£14.9m of funding secured to improve energy efficiency of over 1,500 homes in the Midlands

£14.9m of funding secured to improve energy efficiency of over 1,500 homes in the Midlands

A consortium bid coordinated by the Midlands Energy Hub has successfully been awarded £14.9m of Government funding to make energy efficiency improvements to 1,570 social houses in the Midlands. This funding bid builds on the success the team had by securing £82m to improve privately owned houses in the region through the Sustainable Warmth Competition […]

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