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Category Archives: Nottingham
Councillor John Doddy a Trustee of Action Hunger demonstrates how to use the new vending machine that has been installed in the Intu Broadmarsh Shopping Centre. To see more information about this please visit the Nottingham Post Article here.
A “priceless” collection of Leonardo Da Vinci sketches which were never meant to go on view is being displayed at Nottingham Castle’s Museum & Art Gallery. See this article in Nottingham Evening Post.
Harvey Hadden Sports Village officially opened to the public on 1 September, with visitors able to use all of the facilities. Beechdale Swimming Centre has now closed. An official opening, and FREE fun day will follow on Saturday 12 September. … Continue reading
The Tour of Britain rides into Nottingham on Friday 11 September, bringing the worlds best cyclists back to our city (including Sir Bradley Wiggins!) as Nottingham hosts the finish to Stage 6. The Route on Friday starts at Stoke … Continue reading
Legendary cycling event, The Milk Race, returns once again to Nottingham this year. The festivities will span two days, with music and entertainment on Saturday 23 May, and the main event, including the public rides and the two elite races … Continue reading
Nottingham’s 544 caves have been used as everything from dungeons to bomb shelters throughout history but 100 of them were only discovered in the past four years. Click on this link to read an article about this on the BBC … Continue reading
Binge-drinkers too drunk to look after themselves could be thrown into a ‘drunk tank’ for the night – and charged up to £400 for the privilege. The proposal would see police and NHS staff freed up and would be a … Continue reading
The future of an iconic water clock is hanging in the balance. The Emett Clock in the Victoria Centre, Nottingham, could be moved as part of the centre’s redevelopment. See article in the Nottingham Post. See also and article dated January 2010 … Continue reading
Sky News To Spend 24 Hours In A&E Sky News is broadcasting live for 24 hours from the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham this weekend. See this link http://news.sky.com/story/1138301/millions-should-not-be-in-a-and-e-exclusive
Work can now start on a package of measures to improve Nottingham’s Ring Road after receiving final approval from Local Transport Minister Norman Baker 4 July 2013. Improvements include upgrading and redesigning key junctions at Aspley Lane, Crown Island and … Continue reading
Work to start sliding the first section of the iconic bridge that will carry trams over Nottingham Station will take place overnight on Monday 11 February. The movement of the first section of the impressive steel bridge, which will be … Continue reading