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Worksop Town Centre consultation20 August 2012We would like your views on how to reduce the number of vehicle movements through Bridge Street, Worksop, to make the area as pedestrian friendly as possible.Worksop Town Centre
Paralympics – the Notts way22 August 2012With the Paralympics due to start in a weeks time Notts is at the heart of the action.Olympic brand mark Sport for all
Congratulations to GCSE students23 August 2012Nottinghamshire County Council has congratulated young people in schools across the county who have been receiving the results of their GCSE examinations today (Thursday 23 August).School music
Key investment for Rufford Abbey Country Park and county libraries03 September 2012Nottinghamshire County Council has announced the progress of some of its key capital projects with libraries and country parks.  
Civic Reception to honour London 2012's Nottinghamshire stars10 September 2012The reception will take place at Trent Bridge, the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club on the evening of 9 October 2012. Olympic brand mark Sport for all
Truancy figures falling in Nottinghamshire10 September 2012The number of Nottinghamshire parents appearing in court because their children have been repeatedly absent from school has halved in a year. Photo of schoolchildren in a classroom
Sleep easy with electric blanket testing11 September 2012We're encouraging older and vulnerable people in Nottinghamshire to get their electric blanket tested before winter at three safety check events.Electric blanket
First outdoor Boccia court in Nottinghamshire opened17 September 2012Boccia, one of the sports that grabbed attention at the Paralympics, now has its first outdoor court in Nottinghamshire. Pictured at the Boccia court in Ambleside are from left Pete Edwards, parish councillor John Mason, Nottinghamshire County Council leader Kay Cutts, Kate Dewhurst, Sam Oldknow, Coun Barrie Cooper and parish councillor John Harbury-Carlisle
Soggy summer set to aid annual acorn crop17 September 2012The wettest summer for a century could have benefits for acorns in Nottinghamshire – provided the weather is fair for the next month. Acorn and Oak Leaf
Sherwood Through The Ages19 September 2012Take part in history.Romans and ancient Britons fighting
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