Saturday, May 18, 2024

Your next read is calling! An old Phone Box turned library

Nottingham Trent University has set up a book exchange inside a disused phone box and so far it's been a massive hit. The phone box...

Ay-up market celebrates Nottingham’s independent sellers

Nottingham is hosting its very own 'ay-up' market this weekend, where city based, independent retailers and creatives have set up an array of stalls,...

2022 – Year of Rock in Nottingham

“I heard somebody say rock n’ roll is dead,” Dave Grohl said in the Foo Fighters headline slot at Leeds Festival in 2019 –...
The O2 Arena was built as the Millennium Dome in 1999 and has hosted gigs for decades.

Fans create their own show at cancelled ‘Dave’ gig

Following the launch of BRIT-award winning rapper Dave's UK tour at Nottingham's Motorpoint Arena, Storm Eunice hit resulting in two of his London shows...

University of Nottingham lecturers ready to strike

Lecturers at the University of Nottingham will strike for 10 days in February and March, following their strike in December 2021. Members of the UCU...

Nottingham: Elderly resident’s mental health “hanging on by a thread” over students’ antisocial behaviour

Arboretum resident’s health has deteriorated over students’ antisocial behaviour and Nottingham City Councils lack of action. Pat Robinson, 78, has recently come off antidepressants and...
Laura Jones with her two sons

Gedling Mum says she is “overwhelmed” by the cost of school uniform

A new law will enforce schools to make their uniforms cheaper and more accessible for parents. Lifestyle and family blogger Laura Jones says she has...

The Nation pays tribute to Sir Captain Tom Moore

As Captain Sir Tom Moore sadly passed away from Coronavirus this week, the nation came together for a minute of applause to remember him. He...
Festive Window Display Cross Keys

Nottingham pub refuses to let COVID-19 dampen their Christmas spirit

One Nottingham pub has created a festive window display for passers-by despite being closed to COVID-19 restrictions. The Cross Keys in Lace-market, set up the...

‘Uni in lockdown’: how are students and lecturers adapting?

In these unprecedented times, universities have been forced to close for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus outbreak. Face-to-face teaching has stopped as has...

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