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  • 2018 children, 20 neighbourhoods, 1 month!

    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

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  • INVITATION TO THE ONE NOTTINGHAM BUDGET CONSULTATION

    NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL BUDGET CONSULTATION 2018

    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

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  • 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

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  • Winners of the prestigious Nottingham Awards announced

    This year’s winners of the Nottingham Awards have been announced.

    Now in their sixth year, the Nottingham Awards honour people who have made a major contribution to life in the city through their work in the public, private and voluntary sectors. … Read More Here

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  • 25th Nottingham Green Festival

    The 25th Nottingham Green Festival takes place on Sunday 17th September, from 12pm-6pm at the Arboretum. Entry is free!
    The festival will be a celebration of all things green, with green businesses, crafts & food, live music and more!

    Visit www.nottmgreenfest.org.uk/ for more information.… Read More Here

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  • ON Bulletin July 2017

    The July 2017 special edition of the One Nottingham Bulletin is now available.

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    The One Nottingham Bulletin is a bi-monthly bulletin which features news from the One Nottingham Board, an update on the Nottingham Plan, information from the different partnerships in Nottingham and much more.

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  • Celebrating 25 years of Nottingham Green Partnership

    Members of Nottingham’s Green Partnership celebrated reaching their twenty-five year anniversary this month. Over twenty organisations in Nottingham from business, the public sector and the third sector are part of the partnership which aims to encourage cross city collaboration to advance Nottingham’s green future.… Read More Here

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  • ON Bulletin May 2017

    The May 2017 special edition of the One Nottingham Bulletin is now available.

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    The One Nottingham Bulletin is a bi-monthly bulletin which features news from the One Nottingham Board, an update on the Nottingham Plan, information from the different partnerships in Nottingham and much more.

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  • Nottingham Awards/Goose Fair Dinner 2017

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    Nominations are now closed for the Nottingham Awards 2017.

    This year the Awards are sponsored by Goose Fair events team The Mellors Group

    Nominations were invited for people who have made a significant and lasting impact for Nottingham, in Nottingham.Read More Here

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  • ON Bulletin May/June 2017

    The May/June 2017 special edition of the One Nottingham Bulletin is now available. The One Nottingham Bulletin is a bi-monthly bulletin which features news from the One Nottingham Board, an update on the Nottingham Plan, information from the different partnerships in Nottingham and much more.… Read More Here

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  • 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

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  • ON Bulletin February 2017

    The February 2017 special edition of the One Nottingham Bulletin is now available.

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    The One Nottingham Bulletin is a bi-monthly bulletin which features news from the One Nottingham Board, an update on the Nottingham Plan, information from the different partnerships in Nottingham and much more.

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  • The Nottingham Plan to 2020 Annual report 2015/16 Year 6

    The Nottingham Plan to 2020 sets out the 10 year journey to get the Council half way to achieving the vision of what Nottingham should look like in 2030.  We are now passed the mid-point of the Nottingham Plan.  Commitment from partners and partnerships to help deliver the plan is strong, recognising that there is still some way to go to enable all communities in Nottingham to access opportunities and benefit from inclusive growth and success in the city.”nottingham-plan-fw

    “Half the targets are performing well, with a small percentage classed as “Amber”, and a third of targets classed as “Red” or behind target.… Read More Here

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  • ON Bulletin Christmas 2016

    The Christmas 2016 special edition of the One Nottingham Bulletin is now available.

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    The One Nottingham Bulletin is a bi-monthly bulletin which features news from the One Nottingham Board, an update on the Nottingham Plan, information from the different partnerships in Nottingham and much more.

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  • ON Bulletin November 2016

    The November 2016 edition of the One Nottingham Bulletin is now available.

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    The One Nottingham Bulletin is a bi-monthly bulletin which features news from the One Nottingham Board, an update on the Nottingham Plan, information from the different partnerships in Nottingham and much more.

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  • Invitation to the One Nottingham Budget Consultation

    Nottingham City Council Budget Consultation 2017

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    Councillor Jon Collins, Leader Nottingham City Council
    Councillor Graham Chapman, Deputy Leader Nottingham City Council

    10th January 2017
    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

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  • Boosting BME businesses in Nottingham

     

    The movers and shakers of the img_7863-300x225Nottingham business world have attended a special event to help boost companies from Black and Minority Ethnic communities.

    Partners across the city joined forces to host the BME Boost Your Business event on the 30th of September.

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  • Nottingham Awards and Goose Fair Dinner

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    The Nottingham Awards 2016 have honoured some of the city’s biggest contributors; including the city’s only Michelin starred chef, a top designer and two people who have tirelessly worked to help the homeless and cancer sufferers in BME communities.… Read More Here

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  • The Black Achievers Awards

    baa-awards-logoThe Black Achievers Awards aims to strengthen community cohesion and celebrate the roles and achievements of both men and women in Nottingham.

     

    This year, One Nottingham is supporting the Lifetime Community Contributor Award.  The categories are:

    Young Achievers

    Sponsored by Nottingham Trent University and Tick Tock Creche

    Nominate a male and a female aged 18-24 who has overcome professional or personal barriers or excelled in a particular field…

    Health

    Sponsored by The University of Nottingham

    An individual who has experienced a health challenge (mental or physical) and still achieved their goals or a carer of someone suffering from a health challenge…

    Sports Man & Woman

    Sponsored by Nottinghamshire YMCA

    This category is open to an individual that has helped someone through any sport or who has achieved something through any sport…

    Community Volunteer

    Sponsored by Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service

    This category aims to recognize the outstanding voluntary contributions made by an individual to the local community in the voluntary field…

    Outstanding Parent

    Sponsored by Hope Fostering Services

    Nominate a father, a mother or a role model who you value as a parent figure.… Read More Here

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  • The Nottingham Awards 2016 – Closed

    Nominations for the Nottingham Awards 2016 are now closed.

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    Thank you to everyone who has sent in nominations for the 2016 Nottingham Awards. They have all now been received and the panel members are getting ready to meet to deliberate their final decisions.

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  • The Nottingham Awards 2016

    Nominations are now open for the Nottingham Awards 2016.

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    Nominations are invited for people who have made a significant and lasting impact for Nottingham, in Nottingham. This impact can have been locally, regionally and potentially wider. People who are nominated should have made their contribution whilst living, working in or have made Nottingham the centre of the work that the nomination/award recognises.

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  • The Nottingham Plan to 2020 Annual report 2014/15 Year 5

    The Nottingham Plan to 2020 sets out the 10 year journey to get One Nottingham and our partners half way to achieving the vision of what Nottingham should look like in 2030.

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    We are now at the mid-point of the Nottingham Plan.

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  • Nottingham For Nepal

    Concert_for_restoration_nepalOn the 25th April 2015, Nepal was hit by a devastating earthquake measuring 7.8 on the richter scale. Thousands were killed and millions were badly affected. There has been widespread destruction of property and many people have lost everything. Nottingham for Nepal aims to raise money for the victims of the Nepal Earthquake through appealing for donations and by performing a concert in March 2016 at the Notingham Albert Hall.… Read More Here

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  • Nottingham STEMcity

    This half-term 12 – 19 February a range of family fun activities is taking place across Nottingham as part of STEMcity Festival of Science and Curiosity

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    Friday 12th February sees the start of the 2016 Festival of Science and Curiosity, an eight day long half-term special full of STEM engagement activities and events taking place across the city centre and the neighbourhoods, all aimed at encouraging children, young people and their families to get curious and explore science and technology.
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  • One Nottingham Budget Consultation

    Nottingham City Council Budget Consultation 13th January 2016 12 – 1:30pm Cecil Roberts Room, Nottingham Central Library

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    Partners are invited to hear a presentation from Councillor Jon Collins and Councillor Nicola Heaton on the Nottingham City Council budget for 2016-2017, to ask questions and discuss proposals.

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  • Community grants available for green initiatives

    Nottingham City Council is once again awarding grants to community and voluntary organisations to encourage communities to live greener.

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    Grants of up to £2,500 are available and this year’s scheme has a collaborative aim, with up to £1,000 available to spend on existing projects and the remainder to be used to help set up similar projects in other areas.

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  • Happier Healthier Lives: Have Your Say

    Developing the City’s next Health and Wellbeing Strategy

    ONlogotop4We want to hear your views on how to make Nottingham a happier and healthier place
    to live.

    Many factors affect our health and wellbeing including:

    •  Education and employment opportunities
    •  Where we live and the quality of our housing
    •  Access to green spaces and leisure facilities
    •  Lifestyle factors like smoking, diet and physical activity
    •  Environmental factors like air pollution

    The Nottingham City Health and Wellbeing Board want to hear about what is important to you and how we can all work together to make Nottingham a happier and healthier city.

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  • Photographs from Nottingham Awards 2015

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  • Nottingham City Council Your City Your Services

    Nottingham City Council are currently consulting on the Your City Your Services – Have your say

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    Every year Nottingham City Council asks for Citizen’s views in their ‘Your City Your Services’ survey.

    Next year the City Council faces further reductions in its Government grant while demand for some services continues to increase.

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  • The Nottingham Awards 2015

    Five people who have made outstanding contributions to Nottingham life were recognised at a special ceremony on 1 October.

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    The Nottingham Awards, which this year are sponsored by leading law firm Geldards, took place at the annual Goose Fair Dinner which takes place at the city’s Council House.

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  • YCA Charity Bike Ride raises £1909.62!

    Inspired by the success of some of this years young creatives with disabilities, Cressida Laywood took part in a stationary charity bike ride on 4 September.

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    23 years ago, Cressida Laywood suffered a brain haemorrhage that left her with a severe speech and language disability (Aphasia), as well as leaving her paralysed on one side.

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  • A message from Cressida

    Cressida_messageCressida has sent us a card, hand painted by Stephanie Morris: “To all the people who sponsored me / thank you so much / Cressida x” You can still support Cressida’s charity bike ride by going to https://crowdfunding.justgiving.com/cressida-laywood… Read More Here

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  • The Nottingham Sports Awards 2015

    You are invited to submit nominations to recognise sporting heroes, including community volunteers, across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. The closing date for nominations to be received is midnight on Monday 14 September 2015.

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    Nominations have opened for this year’s Nottingham Sports Awards, organised
    by Nottingham City Council and the Nottingham Post, which recognise and celebrate sporting heroes both professional and amateur and the outstanding contribution to sport of people from across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

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  • Charity Bike Ride to Support the YCA

    Inspired by the success of some of this years young creatives with disabilities, Cressida Laywood will be taking part in a stationary charity bike ride!

    YCR201523 years ago, Cressida Laywood suffered a brain haemorrhage that left her wit
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    speech and language disability (Aphasia), as well as leaving her paralysed on one side.

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  • New Chair Appointed at One Nottingham

    At the latest One Nottingham meeting Jane Todd was appointed as the new chair of the One Nottingham Board. Jane will take over the role from Councillor David Mellen, who has held the position for almost five years.

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    Jane is a former Chief Executive of Nottingham City Council, until her retirement due to ill health in 2012.

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  • City of Football

    Nottingham is the first English City of Football beating Manchester and Portsmouth for the title in 2014.

    city of footballAlong with the title Sport England awarded £1.6million of Lottery funding to our broad partnership of football organisations, businesses and creative industries, communities and faith groups.

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