Category Archives: Nottingham

Feminism: It’s not a dirty word

Women across Nottingham are reclaiming the ‘F-word’ by taking their campaign to the streets. Hollaback! is an anti street harassment campaign encouraging men and women to support feminism.

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Salvation Army marks 150th anniversary with celebrations and events in Nottingham

Nottingham’s William Booth Birthplace Museum will host events to remember Salvation Army’s 150 years of charity service.

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Six million pounds spent on new cycling routes for Nottingham

Nottingham City Council has revealed how it plans to spend £6.1 million pounds in improving facilities for cyclists in the city.

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Hundreds attend Nottingham anti-austerity meeting

More than 900 people gathered in Nottingham to protest against government spending cuts and listen to authors and activists including Owen Jones.

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Thousands of pounds for Nottinghamshire charities

After her daughter was diagnosed with a brain tumour, a mum from Hucknall has raised more than £14,000 for local charities and hopes to raise more.

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Retirement is just the start for former Nottingham professor

A retired QMC professor has raised more than £4,000 for human rights charity ActionAid – after cycling from end to end of mainland Britain.

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Nottingham charity could close down due to lack of funds

A charity in Lenton is on the verge of closing down after a bid for a three year continuation grant from the Big Lottery Fund has been rejected.

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