– Nottingham Women’s Centre and across the city – 17 October 2018 11am-2.45pm
This year marks 100 years since the passing of the ‘Representation of the People Act’ which gave some British women the right to vote in 1918, and later opened the door to allow equal voting rights for all women in 1928.… Read More HereRead more
What is hate crime? Why does it matter? What is Nottingham doing to tackle it and how can you play a role?
Join One Nottingham, Nottingham Citizens and Nottingham City Council at the Royal Concert Hall, to find out the concrete ways you, your organisation and your community can challenge prejudice and hate crime.… Read More HereRead more
A phenomenally-talented musical family, a women’s rights campaigner, the man behind the modern Goose Fair and a much–respected education champion have been honoured in the Nottingham Awards 2018.
The awards, now in their seventh year, were held at the Council House last night (Thursday) following the historic 724th Goose Fair opening and dinner.… Read More HereRead more