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Covid Nottinghamshire Tier 3: How the virus is affecting Over 60s in all county areas

One of the main reasons that Tier 3 has been introduced despite some figures appearing to fall is the affect on the over 60s.Case rates per 100,000 people (data for specimens taken between 15...

Government clarifies Tier 3 restrictions for Nottinghamshire – what you can and can’t do – who opens and who closes

Following close discussions with local leaders, the whole of Nottinghamshire, comprising the eight districts of Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Broxtowe, Gedling, Mansfield, Newark and Sherwood, Nottingham and Rushcliffe, will move from Local COVID Alert Level High to...

Breaking: Coronavirus – Whole county of Nottinghamshire confirmed as Tier 3 this Friday

The whole county moved to Tier 3 on Friday 30 October.In response to the increase in infection rates across Nottinghamshire and in consultation with government, all nine local authority council areas in Nottingham and...

Tier 3: Talks ongoing and all of Nottinghamshire county expected to be affected by restrictions

Report emerging from today's talks are that all county leaders are present.The North Nottinghamshire Tier 3 meeting is still going on - it started at 9am.The talks also involve the leaders of Ashfield, Bassetlaw,...

Tier 3: Nottinghamshire ‘treated with contempt’ says MP as council leaders express anger at delays

Leaders in Nottingham and the surrounding boroughs have expressed anger at the confusion surrounding the area being moved into Tier 3.An announcement of the exact details was expected to be announced by the Government yesterday,...

Tier 3: Gedling leader describes talks as ‘battle’ with Government to protect hairdressers, theatres and gyms

Councillor John Clarke is the leader of Gedling Borough Council, and was present throughout the top-level talks.Now, he said he did the deal because it was a ‘good deal, which makes people safer’, and...

Appeal after man with cricket bat threatens staff and robs Gedling shop

Nottinghamshire Police is appealing for information after a man robbed a shop using a cricket bat.Officers were called to McColl’s in Westdale Lane in Gedling, Nottinghamshire just before 6.20am today (27 October) to a report...

What Tier 3 restrictions mean for Nottingham, Rushcliffe, Gedling and Broxtowe

These measures come into force at one minute past midnight on Thursday 29th October.Nottingham, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe Council areas are set to move to Tier 3 Covid-19 restrictions following discussions between Government and Council...

Nottinghamshire County Council is funding free school meals for 22,000 young people this half-term

Nottinghamshire County Council is promising to support its 22,000 local children who are eligible for free school meals by stepping up to cover the cost for the two-week half term.Any child who is currently...

Tier 3 Talks: Nottinghamshire Councils release joint statement as talks continue

As talks with Government continue to discuss a move to Tier 3 Coronavirus restrictions for Rushcliffe, Gedling, Broxtowe and Nottingham city the councils released this joint update.The statement:'We can confirm that talks are continuing...

All district and borough council leaders invited to today’s ‘Tier 3’ meeting

In an update to earlier reports, all leaders at Nottinghamshire local authorities are now attending any meeting planned today.A meeting planned for 4:30 pm today 22 October is to discuss possible Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions...

Government confirms ‘discussions ongoing’ to move Nottingham city, Rushcliffe, Gedling and Broxtowe to Very High Tier 3 coronavirus measures

The Government has published this statement to say that 'discussions are ongoing'.Having announced Coventry, Slough and Stoke on Trent more to Tier 2 from Tier 1 the statement below was issued:'In addition to today’s announcement,...

Appeal after digger used to prepare graves is stolen from cemetery

Police are investigating after a mini digger was stolen from a cemetery.The theft occureed Carlton Cemetery, in Cavendish Road, between 6.30pm on Monday evening (19 October) and 6.30am the following morning.Officers say a lock on...

£17,000 digital CCTV Upgrade for busy Nottingham road

Gedling Borough Council has invested £17k on the new equipment.Four CCTV cameras across Plains Road, Mapperley, have been upgraded after Gedling Borough Council invested £17,240 replacing old equipment with new digital cameras, all of which...

Video shows how tactical contact brought 30 minute Nottingham pursuit to safe conclusion

Footage shows the moment a police chase was brought to a safe conclusion following a 30 minute pursuit across various parts of the city.Liam Brown, 32, of no fixed address, was sentenced to one year...

Some Nottingham areas have water supply problems because of repair works

Affected premises are in the NG3 and NG4 areas.Severn Trent Water said on 21 October:'Customers in the area may be experiencing water supply interruptions due to engineers having to carry out essential repairs on...

Man spits blood into police officer’s eye

A police officer had blood spat in his eye after arresting a man who had allegedly attacked a woman by rugby tackling her to the ground.Officers from Nottinghamshire Police were called just after 10pm yesterday...

Staff and children searching for former pupils and their memories of Seely C of E School on Burntstump Hill

Staff and children at a school situated at the top of Burntstump Hill in Arnold are asking that former pupils share their memories and images of the school, founded in 1902 by the Seely family and originally...

Police and councils to visit 110 licensed premises this weekend to ensure Covid rules compliance

COVID-19 compliance checks at pubs, bars, restaurants and food and drink outlets are increasing this weekend across Nottingham to further support business owners trading securely. Environmental Health Officers from Rushcliffe Borough Council, Gedling Borough Council and...

Seven arrests after ‘large disorder’ in Arnold

Police made seven arrests in connection with a report of a large disorder in ArnoldNottinghamshire Police was called at 4.35pm today to a report of a group of people fighting in Front Street in Arnold...

Leaked documents show Nottinghamshire county-wide lockdown measures by Wednesday

Leaked Government documents show new local restrictions are now not expected to be announced until Monday, October 12, coming into effect from Wednesday, October 14.All of the county, and city would go into ‘Level...

Nottinghamshire Councils urge people to follow stricter guidelines on COVID-19 and not mix indoors

County, district and borough councils are working together and have added their support to the City Council to urge people to follow stricter guidelines to help stop the spread of COVID-19. It follows a dramatic increase...

What lessons can Nottingham learn from Leicester’s lockdown?

A new school to be built on the Teal Close development in Colwick, Nottinghamshire offering 210 primary places will be called the Rivendell Flying High Academy.The school is set to open in September 2022 and...

Council ambition to turn old railway line in Netherfield into 3.5km ‘greenway’ – cycling, walking and possible tram route

A report will be presented to Cabinet members next week that provides an update on work being carried out to bring to life plans for a new 3.5 kilometre greenway from Netherfield to Gedling Country...

Coronavirus: Couples reminded to check Notts wedding venue capacity numbers

Couples are reminded that the number of guests able to attend wedding and civil partnership ceremonies in Nottinghamshire is dependent on the venue’s capacity.The Government announced recently that the maximum number of people able to...

Coronavirus Latest: Mobile testing units across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire between 28 September – 11 October

Mobile testing units (MTUs) are located across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire at temporary locations to help increase access to coronavirus testing.If you have symptoms of coronavirus including a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a...

Contactless Payments launch on Nottingham City Transport buses

Nottingham City Transport (NCT) buses are now accepting adult pay as you go contactless payments following an official launch by NCT, Nottingham City Council and system provider INIT. Ahead of today’s launch, over 600 customers have...

Eight Gedling restaurants and takeaways breached curfew

Gedling's dedicated team of pro-active Special Constables have issued warnings to eight takeaways across the Gedling Borough area following spot checks.The team visited dozens of restaurants and takeaways last night (Friday 25 September), and observed...

No fines issued in Nottinghamshire to public or businesses over first weekend of 10pm ‘curfew’

Nottinghamshire Police has thanked members of the public and licensed premises for sticking to the rules this weekend with the new 10pm Covid curfew in force.High visibility patrols were deployed in the city centre and...

‘View Home’ at new £8.5m luxury housing development on historic site opening soon

Developers behind a new £8.5m luxury housing development - built on a site where royals once roamed - will be unveiling a 'view' home later on this week.Developers behind a new £8.5m luxury housing development...