Monthly Archive: June

From a ‘student city’ to a ‘graduate city’

From a ‘student city’ to a ‘graduate city’

A new initiative that aims to get more university leavers staying or returning to Nottingham and Nottinghamshire is bringing together talented graduates and small businesses. Partners across the county have joined forces to support graduates to gain paid permanent jobs. ‘Fuse’ is a partnership between Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council, Nottingham Trent University and […]

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Nottingham City Council to celebrate disability sport

Nottingham City Council to celebrate disability sport

Nottingham City Council will be celebrating disability sport and achieving a nationally recognised accreditation for disabled access at an event at Harvey Hadden Sports Village on Tuesday 5 July. As well as marking the CredAble Access accreditation for all eight of its leisure centres, the event will highlight the council’s plans to develop and improve […]

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Nottingham announces biggest line-up yet for festival month

Nottingham announces biggest line-up yet for festival month

Highlights of the festival include: More than 20 major festivals and events in Nottingham in October – including the UK’s first-ever major Caves Festival Eight days of amazing performances in the Spiegel tent – a beautiful 100 year-old mirrored tent Tenth anniversary of the Hockley Hustle with 250 acts performing in 25 venues around the […]

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Government refuses to answer key questions about £300m of council grant funding’

Government refuses to answer key questions about £300m of council grant funding’

Nottingham City Council’s deputy leader wants to know what the Government has to hide after it refused to answer questions about how £300m of grant was allocated to councils. After submitting Freedom of Information requests, Councillor Graham Chapman was told by the DCLG that ‘£300m of expenditure does not justify the public interest served by […]

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National Highways & Transport Survey gives public a voice

National Highways & Transport Survey gives public a voice

Local people are being asked for their views on Nottingham’s highways and transport services – from the condition of roads and pavements to the quality of cycling facilities. Their answers will be compared with the views of members of the public from across England and Scotland, thanks to the National Highways and Transport Public Satisfaction […]

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New Nottingham Castle exhibition: Evelyn Gibbs – in Peace and Wartime

New Nottingham Castle exhibition: Evelyn Gibbs – in Peace and Wartime

9 July – 9 October 2016 Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery will shortly be unveiling an exhibition of work by the celebrated Nottingham artist Evelyn Gibbs centred on her work made in her 20s and during World War II. The exhibition covers work from her early years at […]

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