Friday, February 28, 2020

Nottingham Elders’ Forum aims to overcome loneliness this Christmas

No one should have no one this Christmas. At least that is the message from Age UK and one which the Nottingham Elders' Forum is taking...

Nottingham Uber drivers quit following pay dispute

Around 20 drivers working for the controversial taxi firm "Uber" in Nottingham have quit following a row over rates of pay. Uber arrived in the city...

Nottingham businesses come together for pop up Christmas market

A pop up Christmas market featuring products from independent businesses across the city opens on today (December 3rd). The Nottingham Market will showcase the best in...

Rail Fares to Rise by 1.1% from January

British rail passengers will see a rise of 1.1% on average to rail fares in 2016. The Rail Delivery Group (RDG), which represents train operators and...

Junior doctors agree to cancel strikes in the run-up to Christmas

Planned strikes by junior doctors have been called off this week after a temporary deal has been made with health secretary Jeremy Hunt. The strikes were...

Alan Sillitoe: Famous Nottingham poet releases new anthology

The late poet Alan Sillitoe's latest anthology, More Raw Material, has been launched as part of the Nottingham Poetry Festival. The book, which was put together by Alan's...

Plans unveiled for £250 million revamp of Nottingham’s Broadmarsh area

Nearly three thousand jobs will be created through the long awaited development of Nottingham's Broadmarsh Centre and its surrounding areas. Nottingham City Council expects the...

Nottingham craft fair another option for holiday shoppers

Nottingham Contemporary kicks off its holiday craft fair this weekend bringing artists and designers from around the region into one public venue. Between the Christmas market,...

Trent Girls Can comes to Nottingham to encourage more women into sport

A new campaign has been launched in Nottingham to encourage more women to take part in sport while celebrating the achievements of existing female athletes. The "Trent Girls Can"...

Hundreds brave Nottingham’s coldest night for sponsored sleep

  Hundreds who volunteered for Nottingham's Big Sleep Out have helped raise over £30,000 for the homelessness. Around 250 people gave up their homes and central heating for...

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