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Things to do during lockdown

We have created lots of free and cheap ideas of things to do to boost your days during lockdown. You can also bring a bit of sparkle to your windows and spread some festive cheer by taking part in the The Big Neighbourhood Winter Windowland Trail – see more details below! 20 things to do […]

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Nottingham City Council’s Heritage Parks receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund

Nottingham City Council’s Heritage Parks receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund

Almost 450 heritage organisations in England, including Nottingham City Council have been awarded cash from the first round of the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage Grants of up to £1 million will deliver a lifeline for the heritage sector in England with further support to follow and larger grants for capital projects awarded through the […]

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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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Next chapter for Nottingham’s Central Library

Next chapter for Nottingham’s Central Library

While the progression for the new Central Library continues at pace as part of the new Broadmarsh Car Park, Bus Station and retail development, a decision has been made to not re-open the Nottingham Central Library at its current location on Angel Row, since its closure on Friday 20 March following the COVID-19 lockdown.  The […]

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Court changes for repossessions

The Government has announced how the eviction process will work once courts open in August. From August, landlords will need to include details of how tenants have been affected by coronavirus in their repossession claims and cases of ‘extreme rent arrears’ will be prioritised. Below sets out the new procedures landlords must now follow when […]

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Dealing with COVID-19 in HMOs.

As we move into the recovery stages of COVID-19, the Government guidance has been updated and we want landlords and tenants to have the latest updates and answer a few questions that they may have. Guidance for Landlords Non-statutory guidance for landlords, tenants and local authorities in the private and social rented sectors in the […]

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Nottingham City Council to reopen more libraries in August

Nottingham City Council to reopen more libraries in August

Nottingham City Council is reopening more of its libraries from Monday 3 August, as government restrictions begin to ease during the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of a phased reopening, the City Council opened five libraries in July: the Dales Centre, Hyson Green, The Meadows, Southglade Park and Strelley Road. Nine more libraries will now reopen […]

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Nottingham City Council to reopen museums at Wollaton Hall & Deer Park and Newstead Abbey & Gardens

Nottingham City Council to reopen museums at Wollaton Hall & Deer Park and Newstead Abbey & Gardens

Nottingham City Council is reopening its museums at Wollaton Hall & Deer Park and Newstead Abbey & Gardens from Saturday 1 August, as government restrictions are eased.   Having previously closed all buildings and museums in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City Council has reopened the sites in phases, with the parks and […]

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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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