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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. 
Major Oak takes the crown as England’s Tree of the Year18 November 2014The Major Oak in Sherwood Forest has been crowned England’s Tree of the Year in a public vote run by the Woodland Trust. The tree, made famous by Robin Hood, beat off fierce competition from Old...Major Oak
4Uth awards 2014 - the winners!17 November 2014Congratulations to the inspiring young people who won in the 4Uth awards 20144Uth winners 2014
Walking Through History with Tony Robinson – at Rufford Abbey and Sherwood Forest! 13 November 2014TV historian and presenter Tony Robinson lifts the lid on King John’s fascinating connections to Rufford Abbey and Sherwood Forest as part of his latest TV series on Saturday 22 November at 8pm. Tony Robinson at Rufford Abbey
Skills for Employment team helping young people get back on track06 November 2014Nottinghamshire County Council’s Skills for Employment team is supporting more young people into education, training and employment. Jake Mace was homeless during the freezing January snow...Jake Mace and Kenny Anderson
Firework safety - don’t get burnt by dodgy traders28 October 2014Don't trust unlicensed tradersFirework burst
Exhibition seeking photographs of Major Oak and Sherwood Forest20 October 2014We need your photos of Sherwood Forest! To kick off the public appeal, this image of Nottinghamshire’s world-famous Major Oak captured on a stereoscopic camera in 1860 is one of the earliest in...Major Oak 1860. Picture credit: Nottinghamshire County Council and Picture the Past
Former child migrants attend rededication service10 October 2014Former child migrants attended a memorial service on the banks of the River Trent in Nottingham on Tuesday 7 October as Nottinghamshire County Council rededicated a national memorial to Britain's...Child Migrant's Trust rededication ceremony
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