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Earth and Fire International Ceramic Fair: 22-24 June15 June 2012Potters and ceramists from across the globe will visit Nottinghamshire on 22, 23 and 24 June for the 2012 Earth and Fire International Ceramic Fair.Earth and Fire at Rufford
Local children urged to get creative in a writing competition18 June 2012The free to enter competition is open to Nottinghamshire pupils in School Years 4 to 10. 
2,500 members for pioneering Notts disabled card scheme25 June 2012Residents in Nottinghamshire have now joined a disabled registration card scheme.Disabled persons registration card example artwork
Charter to encourage film-makers to choose Nottinghamshire25 June 2012Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council have both signed the charter.Councillor Kay Cutts, Leader of Nottinghamshire County Council (foreground) launching the Film Friendly Charter with Councillor John Collins, Leader of Nottingham City Council and Stephen Bedlam, Senior Production Liaison Manager at Creative England
Plan your Torch Relay day25 June 2012The Olympic Flame arrives in Nottinghamshire so there are just a few days to finalise your plans for the historic occasion. Olympic brand mark Sport for all
Party at the Park28 June 2012Radcliffe Skate Park in Wharf Lane will host a Party at the Park on June 28 to coincide with the Olympic Torch Relay going through the village.A BMX rider and Coun Richard Butler and Council Leader Coun Kay Cutts
Rare moth spotted in Notts for first time29 June 2012A rare species of moth, once thought to have completely disappeared from the UK, has been spotted in parts of Nottinghamshire for the first time.Small ranunculus moth
Further heavy rainfall brings flooding risk12 July 2012With further heavy rainfall expected over the weekend, Nottinghamshire residents are being warned of the risk of localised flooding from midnight tonight and throughout the weekend.Rain
Fun in store at Mansfield, Newark and Worksop Libraries13 July 2012There is lots of fun in store at Mansfield, Newark and Worksop Libraries this weekend with the launch of the Summer Reading Challenge. Children reading books
Council welcomes news on Midland Main Line investment 17 July 2012Nottinghamshire County Council has welcomed the announcement by the government that £500m is to be spent on improving and electrifying the Midland Main Line rail route from Nottingham to London....East Midlands Train
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