Monthly Archive: January

£670,000 to fund countywide response to rough sleeping

£670,000 to fund countywide response to rough sleeping

Nottingham and surrounding districts are to benefit from £670,000 of funding to tackle rough sleeping more effectively. Nottingham City Council successfully bid for £185,000 of Government money each year for the next two years on behalf of the city and the district councils of Gedling, Mansfield, Ashfield, Newark and Sherwood and Bassetlaw as well as […]

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More women supported to continue breastfeeding

More women supported to continue breastfeeding

Health professionals at Nottingham City Council are urging more mothers to breastfeed their babies after figures revealed that rates in the City continue to improve. Breastfeeding carries major benefits for both mum and baby, and the recommended advice is that all infants are breastfed until they are at least six months old. While slightly less […]

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Newstead abbey wins £75,000 to make the house more accessible

Newstead abbey wins £75,000 to make the house more accessible

Newstead Abbey has won £75,000 to improve access to its collection with a new exhibition space. The grant has been awarded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and the Wolfson Foundation to Museums and Galleries across England to improve displays and facilities. It’s part of a £4m fund which will be used for […]

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Consultation starts on proposed licensing scheme for private rented houses

Consultation starts on proposed licensing scheme for private rented houses

Consultation has begun on a new licensing scheme for landlords being proposed by Nottingham City Council to improve standards in the private rented housing sector. The consultation runs until 31 March 2017 and gives local people, tenants, landlords, letting agents and other interested individuals and organisations the chance to comment on the proposal which would […]

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Nottingham to become the UK’s first Super Kitchen

Nottingham to become the UK’s first Super Kitchen

There are plans to create 10 new Super Kitchens in Nottingham, making the city the UK’s first social eating city. Nottingham City Council is working with the Super kitchen project to create community eating spaces and tackle food poverty using surplus supermarket produce. Super Kitchen was established in 2014 in Sneinton and quickly grew from […]

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Have your say on £27m of City Council savings to meet Government cuts

Have your say on £27m of City Council savings to meet Government cuts

City residents have the chance to have their say on proposals to make £27m of savings following more Government cuts to the council’s budget. Feedback on the City Council’s 2017/18 budget proposals can be given through an online survey at http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/yourcityyourservices or downloading a copy of the survey  from the page and emailing it to […]

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