Monthly Archives: April 2014

Favourite music helping people with dementia in Nottingham

Nottingham’s ‘Sound track to my life’ scheme is reconnecting dementia sufferers to their past by using their favourite music to calm them.

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Puppies room helps students to relieve exam stress

Students at Nottingham Trent University can now visit the first ever Students’ Union puppy room to help them relax during the stressful exam period.

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Nottingham Contemporary celebrates young creative talent

The work of Nottingham’s up and coming musicians and artists has been showcased in the city as part of the Young Creatives Live project.

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Sherwood Forest is voted the Britian’s No.1 green space.

A survey carried out by superstore Homebase has put Nottingham’s Sherwood Forest top of the list of the UK’s most loved green spaces.

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Good news for motorists: car parking costs could be cut!

Car parking prices in Leicester could be slashed as the City Council is looking for ways to encourage more people to come to the city.

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Ticket machines for Nottingham trams officially ‘go live’

New ticket machines come into use at tram stops across the city today, following several weeks of testing at many of the city’s tram stops.

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Nottingham mothers ‘nurse-in’ protest

Nottingham mothers have been protesting in front of a city sports store after a woman was asked to leave for breastfeeding.

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