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Person hit by train on Nottingham rail route

The line has now reopened ( 2:45pm ) and normal services resumed following a person being hit by a train on the London St Pancras/Nottingham/Sheffield Route.East Midlands Trains said:What is happening to the train service?The...

Two car collision in West Bridgford

A collision is causing delays on Radcliffe Road in West Bridgford.Two cars have crashed on Radcliffe Road in West Bridgford.The collision today, July 4,  involved a blue Peugeot and a silver Volkswagen.The crash was close...

University completes first phase of restoration of former chapel as graduation venue

Nottingham Trent University has completed the first phase of refurbishment works of a former Wesleyan Chapel in time for it to become a venue for this year’s degree ceremonies. The original building at 48 Shakespeare Street,...

Nottingham consultants to work on bespoke student residential scheme

Nottingham-based consulting engineers Howard Ward Associates (HWA) has been appointed to work on a major £20M student accommodation scheme on Westwood Way, Warwickshire.The site of the planned 380-bed student accommodation project is currently occupied by...

Taste of Rushcliffe Food Festival – Saturday July 7th

Celebrate the unique flavour of Rushcliffe this summer – from fantastic rare breed meats to tasty pies, preserves and pastries.Rushcliffe Borough Council proudly host the fifth annual food and drink festival on Saturday 7...

Central Avenue closed Friday evening and Saturday for festival

On Friday 6th July and Saturday 7th July 2018, Central Avenue will be closed for the annual West Bridgford Food Festival.Between 18:00 Friday 6th July and 20:00 on Saturday 7th July, all Green 5, 6,...

Eight new attractions for Nottingham Beach

Nottingham Beach returns to Old Market Square on Friday 13th July with eight new attractions.A decked area with free salsa lessons, volleyball tournaments, open-air movies and live music have been added to the popular city...

Free community road safety event in West Bridgford

There is a free community road safety event taking place in West Bridgford on Thursday 5 July.In a partnership between Nottinghamshire Police, Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue and Rushcliffe Borough Council, members of the public can...

Council asks residents to identify potential traveller sites

Residents are being asked to identify potential gypsy and traveller sites to Mansfield District Council.The authority has launched an eight-week consultation over the provision of suitable sites in the district.It wants people to suggest possible...

Heymann Primary and Nursery School win Green Flag Award

Four years ago Heymann Primary and Nursery School expanded and split into two sites. Since then the school Green Group have been working really hard to put all the necessary actions in place in order...

Family pay tribute to Nottingham murder victim

The family of murder victim Lee Marshall have released this statement in tribute.'As a family and a community we will miss you Lee Marshall (Razor), a loving father to Charlize & Peri-Lee, loving fiancé to...

Tram and lorry collision disrupts services in Nottingham

A tram was involved in a collision with a lorry in Nottingham's Lace Market today.The crash happened on Fletcher Gate shortly after 11am today (July 3).Nottingham Express Transit (NET)  suspended services between Old Market Square...

Volunteers needed on the Hoodwinked art trail

Nottinghamshire Hospice is seeking volunteers to help with bucket collections this weekend on the Hoodwinked art trail which goes live in the city centre on Saturday.For 12 weeks this summer, a flock of quirky and...

Join in the annual Dragon Boat Challenge at Nottingham Riverside Festival

What better way to keep cool in a heatwave than with a day of competitive fun on the water racing a dragon boat alongside your colleagues and friends?With just a few weeks to go until...

Nottingham Rugby’s summer camps return to West Bridgford this school holiday

Nottingham Rugby’s popular summer camps return to Southwell and Lady Bay this school holiday.The week-long camps are run by professional coaches and will be attended by two Nottingham Rugby players over the course of the...

Doctors and nurses the most trusted professions in Notts

As the NHS launches the biggest recruitment drive in its 70 year history in the East Midlands, new research has shown the special place that its staff hold in the hearts of people in the...

One month until selective licensing scheme is introduced in Notts

The clock is ticking down to the introduction of the much-debated selective licensing scheme in Nottingham, with just under a month to go until the scheme becomes compulsory from 1 August 2018.The scheme has been...

Fun free activities across Notts to celebrate Love Parks Week

Next week (13th July), Coca-Cola Great Britain’s ParkLives programme in Nottingham will play host to a range of fun, free activities in parks across the city to celebrate Love Parks Week.Run by Keep Britain Tidy,...

Appeal for witnesses in aggravated burglary

Detectives are appealing for witnesses and information after an aggravated burglary in Ravenshead last night (Monday 2 July 2018).Nottinghamshire Police received a call at 10.10pm after three men, claiming to be armed police, broke into...

Three teenagers charged in Nottingham murder investigation

Three teenagers are due to appear in court today (Tuesday 3 July) charged with murder.Eighteen-year-old Calvin Turner, of Bulwell, 18-year-old Adam Ward, of Aspley, and a 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons,...

Robin Hood Energy turns a £202,000 surplus

Robin Hood Energy has made an operating profit in its third year of trading.The company accounts, submitted to Companies House, have been independently audited to verify a trading surplus of £202,000. This surplus will be...

70 years of NHS celebrations at Asda in West Bridgford

This Thursday (July 5th) the NHS is celebrating its 70th anniversary, and your local NHS team wants to see you join in the celebrations, that will be taking place across the country, by coming along...

Wildlife charity issues warnings over fires during heatwave

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, which cares for Attenborough Nature Reserve as well as dozens of other sites across the county covering over 1000hectares, has issued warnings over both fire and water linked to the current heatwave.Last...

Ruddington among libraries refurbished and modernised in Notts

Ruddington, Mansfield Woodhouse and Ravenshead Libraries have been refurbished as part of a rolling programme of extensive upgrades by Nottinghamshire’s Inspire: Culture, Learning and Libraries.Demco Interiors is delighted to have had the opportunity to work...

Appeal: Carlton petrol station robbery

Do you know this man? Detectives want to speak to him following a knife-point robbery at a fuelling station in Carlton.At around 8pm on 12 June 2018 a man entered the service station in Carlton...

Council’s Latest call to parents for funded free childcare

Parents and carers of three and four year olds are being invited to find out if they are eligible for more funded free childcare for the coming autumn term.All working parents with children aged three...

Susan Hart recipe: Vegan Lasagne

As requested by Susan's Twitter and Facebook followers, here's a tasty vegan lasagne recipe that can easily be adapted to be vegetarian.The tomato sauce:One small onion (75g), finely chopped 1 garlic glove or 1...

National Justice Museum to host superhero film season

Join the National Justice Museum's celebration of superheroes with an exciting new film season sponsored by DigiCon, Annie's Burger Shack and Last Exit To Nowhere, in association with Movies In Focus.The event will kick off...

Local police officer in the running to head the Police Federation

Local police officer Phill Matthews has announced that he is to stand for the forthcoming election to head the Police Federation, the staff association that represents all rank and file officers across England and Wales.Phill...

County Chairman to meet Queen’s Award winner

Nottinghamshire County Council Chairman Mrs Sue Saddington will meet staff from a county firm who have won the Queen’s Award this week.The Chairman will be at Microlise Group Holdings Limited in Farrington Way, Eastwood, on...