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Have your say on the health and wellbeing of Nottinghamshire05 July 2013Local people have the chance to give their views on health and wellbeing priorities for Nottinghamshire.Family cycling
Anyone for strawberries?03 July 2013Pick your own strawberries are now available from our Brooke Farm shop in Linby.Strawberries
Notts youth show their Brilliance03 July 2013Over 200 young people performing at Rufford festival for free.Brilliance festival 2013 flyer cover
National award for inspirational Notts social worker01 July 2013A Nottinghamshire County Council social worker has received a prestigious national award for her support of people with mental health challenges.Veronica Bell and Chris Harwood
Rising Star Freya to face junior world number one for Wimbledon glory28 June 2013We're backing one of our funded tennis starlets Freya Christie as she prepares to face the top junior female player in the world at Wimbledon. Freya Christie
Couple’s 3,400 mile trip to renew wedding vows in Robin Hood’s Sherwood Forest24 June 2013This year’s Robin Hood Festival at historic Sherwood Forest, UK, will be a truly international affair – thanks to an American couple who are huge fans of the famous outlaw.Joe, Debbie and Robin of Loxley the puppy
Age no barrier to learning for trio21 June 2013Three centenarians at the same Nottinghamshire residential care home are proof you are never to old to learn!Care home centenarians
West Bridgford Work Club starts today17 June 2013A new Work Club launches today in West Bridgford, offering support and employment advice to job seekers in the area.Photo of an application form and keyboard
Meet our Festival Folk on Facebook and learn about Robin Hood's death11 June 2013On the lead up to this year's Robin Hood Festival we've launched a 'Festival Folk' Facebook campaign.Hautbois at Robin Hood Festival
Are you eligible for new free childcare places in Nottinghamshire?10 June 2013Parents of young children are being asked to contact Nottinghamshire County Council to see if they qualify for free childcare starting in the autumn term. Photo of a woman with a child.
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