Nottingham City Council is looking for lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people to adopt or become foster carers. As part of LGBT Fostering and Adoption Week, the council is encouraging more same sex couples and single people from the community to come forward and help the city’s children in care. An increasing number of […]
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Nottingham’s vibrant & varied music scene gets some well deserved exposure.
Most Nottingham residents continue to be satisfied with the way the City Council runs things and an increasing percentage of people believe the Council provides value for money, according to latest research. The Citizens Survey 2014 showed overall satisfaction with the Council is at 73%, up one percent on 2013, while 65% agree that the […]
Click here to vote for Sherwood Forest’s Major Oak for European Tree of the Year 2015.
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During the winter we are working night and day to keep all major roads and the pavements near shops and busy areas clear.We also have 180 yellow grit bins placed around the city, sited in places with steep slopes or in areas that are particularly exposed to the elements. Please click here to see where […]
The December 2014 issue of The Nottingham Arrow is out now! Experience the magic of Nottingham’s Winter Wonderland…Plus looking back at 2014 – Year of ‘The Cobra’ and ahead to 2015 – Year of the Tram.
On 16 October 2014, IBF and WBA World Super-Middleweight Boxing Champion, Carl Froch was made an Honorary Freeman of the City of Nottingham at a celebratory event held at the Royal Concert Hall before an audience of over 2,000 people. View a gallery of images taken at the ‘An Evening with Carl Froch’ event on […]