Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Whats on in Notts: May

If you are looking for things to do in Nottingham this month on a budget, we have you covered. From family fun to bank...

National Doughnut Week 2017

Happy National Doughnut Week! If you've got those bank holiday blues, look no further as National Doughnut Week approaches this weekend (May 6 - 13). It is an...

Happy 2nd birthday Princess Charlotte!

Kensington Palace yesterday released a photograph taken by the Duchess of Cambridge of her daughter, Princess Charlotte, ahead of her second birthday today. The photo...

50 years on: Is the legal drink-drive limit outdated?

http://vimeo.com/212065896 Video: Jessica Hannon speaks about losing her partner to a drink-drive accident. Drink-driving is becoming one of the biggest killers on our roads. Yet England still has...

Nottingham City Council’s £600,000 on homelessness is ‘not enough’

More money has been spent on homelessness services as rough sleeping in Nottingham reaches its highest level since 1998, but one local homeless man says...

“The results are clear – Cannabis has medical benefits for a number of conditions”

Cannabis is illegal in the UK yet around one million people use it to treat illnesses including Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy. Penny Fitzlyon is...

British Gymnast Gabby Jupp in recovery for Tokyo 2020

http://vimeo.com/214652456 Video: Gabby and coach Steve speak about the rehabilitation process needed to start working towards Tokyo 2020. Olympic gymnastics hopeful, Gabby Jupp, has her sights...

Kellie Maloney urges transgender people to ‘come out and face the world’

Ex-boxing promoter talks candidly about her life as Frank Maloney, her suicide attempt a few years ago, and how she is closer to her...

Music in healthcare: a growing practice in the East Midlands

https://vimeo.com/212938080 Video: Musicians Marc and James play to stroke patient Robert Brudenell at Nottingham City hospital. In a culture where people expect a pill for everything, creative...

Frame Football: Empowering disabled children in Nottingham

Frame Football teaches an adapted version of football to physically disabled children, who use walker or gait training equipment for mobility. Frame Football caters for boys and girls,...

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