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Celebrating 25 years of Nottingham Green Partnership

Celebrating 25 years of Nottingham Green Partnership

Members of Nottingham’s Green Partnership celebrated reaching their twenty-five year anniversary this month. Over twenty organisations in Nottingham, from business to the public sector and the third sector are part of the partnership which aims to encourage collaboration across the city to advance Nottingham’s green future. The partnership brings these organisations together to collectively work […]

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European Union funding secured to help more vulnerable Nottingham residents into work.

European Union funding secured to help more vulnerable Nottingham residents into work.

Nottingham City Council has been successful in its bid for £500k funding which will be used to help the most vulnerable young people re-engage in education or training or secure employment. The Nottingham Works Plus programme will combine Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) and European Social Funds (ESF) with existing funding to help 270 of the […]

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Nearly half a million awarded to Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to tackle violence against women and girls

Nearly half a million awarded to Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to tackle violence against women and girls

The city and county has been awarded a share of £17 million of government funding to help prevent and address violence against women and girls, receiving just under £446,000 over the next three years. 40 projects across England and Wales have been given cash as part of the ‘Violence Against Women and Girls’ Transformation Fund, […]

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Warning Over Telescopic Ladder Safety

Warning Over Telescopic Ladder Safety

DIY enthusiasts, tradesmen and gardeners are being warned to check telescopic ladders thoroughly and use them with care after investigations led to over 32,000 dangerous sets being subject to recall or withdrawn from sale Enquiries by Trading Standards East Midlands into the safety of telescopic ladders revealed major concerns and led to government-funded testing involving […]

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Changes to Canal Street and Middle Hill junction

Changes to Canal Street and Middle Hill junction

In April, the City Council announced changes to a series of junctions around Broadmarsh, including at Canal Street, to improve traffic and pedestrian movements in preparation for the next stages of the Broadmarsh regeneration programme. These changes include the widening of London Road to three lanes at the London Road roundabout; building a feeder rank […]

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