New Partnership Literacy Hub for Nottingham

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

Imagination Library Fundraising Challenge

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

2018 children, 20 neighbourhoods, 1 month!

Dear colleagues,

In the first month of 2018 we’re proud to be supporting a special fundraising challenge to help our children in Nottingham to get the best start in life and go on to fulfil their true potential.

Cllr David Mellen, Portfolio for Early Years & Early Intervention at Nottingham City Council, has taken on the 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.… Read More Here



Join Nottingham’s budget conversation with:

Councillor Graham Chapman, Deputy Leader Nottingham City Council


23rd January 2018

12.00pm – 1.30pm

Cecil Roberts Room, Nottingham Central Library


Partners are invited to hear a presentation on the Nottingham City Council budget for 2017-2018, to ask questions and discuss proposals.… Read More Here

Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

The Council House, Old Market Square, Nottingham, NG1 2DT

Friday 26th January 2018, 2.30pm – 3.30pm

Light refreshments will be offered after the Service, until 4.00pm.


The Lord Mayor, Councillor Michael Edwards

on behalf of Nottingham Interfaith Council has pleasure in inviting you to:


The Power of Words

A civic commemoration of the Holocaust 1933-45

and of all acts of genocide committed in the world since then.Read More Here

Inclusive Growth Commission – Final Report now Published

Nottingham took part in the RSA Inclusive Growth Commission last year and the final report has now been published “ Making our Economy Work for Everyone”. One Nottingham partners took part in a formal evidence hearing and provided background information on the city and the work we are doing across partners in Nottingham to address poverty, and promote fairness and aspiration.… Read More Here