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Sherwood Forest to be renamed in China11 December 2014Nottinghamshire's Sherwood Forest has been chosen to star in ‘GREAT Names for GREAT Britain’, a new marketing campaign launched this week by national tourism agency VisitBritain.Sherwood Cabin
New Chief Executive appointed05 December 2014Following a national recruitment exercise, Anthony May has been appointed as the next Chief Executive at Nottinghamshire County Council, subject to approval of the County Council at the Full Council...Anthony May
£58,529 worth of illegal cigs seized in Notts 04 December 2014Nottinghamshire County Council taskforce seizes £58,529 worth of illicit tobaccoCounterfeit Cigs Seized
Powerful video helps to convey devastation of road accidents 04 December 2014The short film – little more than 90 seconds long – is to be shown at a forthcoming national conference attended by paediatricians, coroners, nurses, police and other professions involved in the...Road accident video screenshot
Fake ‘Frozen’ toys and children’s clothes seized from Notts shop01 December 2014Hundreds of fake Disney ‘Frozen’ items have been seized by Nottinghamshire County Council's Trading Standards team from a Newark shop following a tip-off from a concerned member of the public. Fake Frozen items Seized
Delight for Santa Paws!01 December 2014Dog Grotto proves a huge success at Sherwood ForestDog Grotto
Christmas lights switch-on and Treecycle launch01 December 2014County Hall lights switch-on will launch Treecycle campaignSnowy Christmas tree
Happy Thanksgiving - countdown to 202027 November 2014Countdown to 2020 - 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower Setting Sail for America 
Have a crime free festive season25 November 2014Follow these practical tips from Nottinghamshire Police, to avoid become a crime statistic this festive season.Santa Claus
Arnold is Notts’ latest library to benefit from modernisation programme25 November 2014Nottinghamshire County Council is further underlining its commitment to libraries with a £300,000 investment in Arnold Library. 
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