Thursday, July 9, 2020

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year in Nottingham

February brings the Chinese New Year and Year of the Pig, with the official new year falling on February 5, although preparations in Nottingham...

From skater to renovator – The double Olympian who helps unemployed people in Nottingham

The former Olympic speed-skater, who retired two years ago, now works alongside young, unemployed volunteers in restoration projects across Sherwood, Carrington and Mapperley. An ex...

Mums In Business Association : women who support women

Online support network Mums in Business Association (MIBA) has only been in existence for less than two years but already has over 30,000 members. It...

Could cycling save the NHS and will Nottingham set the standard?

A new report is encouraging people to start cycling in order to reduce medical costs by £319 million. Cycling charity, Sustrans, says 34,000 incidents of...

Nottingham’s ex-Chief Constable reveals sex assault by colleague

Nottinghamshire's former top cop Sue Fish has spoken out about being indecently assaulted by a fellow officer. Mrs Fish said she did not tell anyone...

Stapleford foodbank organiser wins Community Hero Award

Richard McRae from Stapleford has been awarded the Community Hero Award from Nottinghamshire County Council. Richard has been collecting surplus food from local supermarkets...

Singing for the homeless in Nottingham

Emmanuel House, a charity for the homeless and vulnerable in Nottingham have hosted an evening of musical entertainment from it's supporters, Belters Choir. The evening...

Volunteering in Nottingham is not just for Christmas

 Charities are appealing for help, not just for Christmas but for all year round. Christmas is a time where people feel most generous and...

Dogs can help children with mental illness and learning difficulties

Children with mental, learning and developmental disabilities can massively benefit from socialising with dogs, according to a Nottingham animal expert. Pawsitive Squad Ltd, in Beeston,...

Nottingham stands still to remember Mariam Moustafa

Hundreds of people gathered in Nottingham city centre last night to remember Egyptian student Mariam Moustafa who died after being attacked last month. The event was attended by...

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