Monthly Archives: February 2014

Silent Killer: charities hope eating disorder awareness week will make more people talk about their problems.

All this week eating disorder charities in Nottingham are hoping to reduce the stigma attached to unhealthy habits.

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Hucknall Mum to swim across English Channel for Charity

A Hucknall mum is set to take on two swimming challenges in preparation for her biggest yet as she faces the Channel to raise money for charity.

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The Milk Race returns to Nottingham: world-class cyclists prepare to race through the City this summer

‘The Milk Race’ is returning to Nottingham this summer. Preparations are underway for the event that will take place on the 25th May.

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Women’s Liberation Project in Nottingham’s Angel Row Library Celebrates Feminist Achievements

Feminism is being celebrated in an exhibition. The event will be hosted in Angel Row Library from the 28th February until the 28th March 2014.

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Food banks bridge the gap for struggling Nottinghamshire families.

Nottinghamshire families are facing financial difficulties and struggle to buy food from major supermarkets as the budget cuts are taking its toll

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Tina’s Tiles inspire children at QMC

‘Tina’s Tiles’. Children at Nottingham’s Queens Medical Centre get a chance to paint tiles to brighten tired bathrooms.

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Mother forced to raise money for sons life changing operation

A three year old from Hucknall, suffering from cerebral palsey, was due to have an operation that would change his life but the NHS has cut his funding.

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