Entries for the Young Creative Awards 2018 have now closed and they will be judged by a panel of industry experts including writers, designers, filmmakers and more, with the winners being announced at a fantastic awards night at Nottingham Playhouse on the 23rd May 2018.… Read More Here
ON hosted a partners’ briefing and presentation with Alison Michalska the Corporate Director for Adults and Families in Nottingham City Council.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse was set up because of serious concerns that some organisations had failed, and were continuing to fail, to protect children from sexual abuse.… Read More Here
Entries to the Young Creative Awards Nottingham close on Friday 23rd March 2018! If you are aged between 13 and 24 and you live, work or study in Nottingham then make sure you enter before the deadline to be in with a chance to win cash prizes, industry experience, attend the YCA awards night and be the Young Creative of the Year.… Read More Here
Organisations across the city have partnered with the National Literacy Trust to develop Nottingham’s exciting new Literacy Hub. Facilitated by One Nottingham, partners such as Nottingham City Council, Small Steps Big Changes, City of Literature and Boots have come together to not only look at improving literacy levels across the city, but to increase employability skills amongst secondary and post-secondary pupils, as well as improve transition practices from primary to secondary.… Read More Here
Centenary Cities Nottingham is looking for support with their programme of activities and events marking one century of women’s suffrage. For those colleagues who would like to get more involved with the project, we hope there will be multiple one-off volunteering opportunities throughout the year.… Read More Here
Cllr David Mellen, Nottingham City Council, has completed his challenge to raise funds for the Imagination Library – an amazing scheme that delivers a free book every month to children between the ages of 0 and 5 years old. His challenge was to read a storybook to at least 2018 children in January and we are pleased to announce that he has read to 2,780 children in total and raised over £4,000 so far!… Read More Here