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Tackling bullying – celebrating differences09 July 2014We’ve been highlighted as one of the best local authorities for tackling anti-gay bullying and celebrating difference in schools.Sarah Lee and Lorna Naylor from Nottinghamshire County Council accepting the Most Improved Local Authority award in the Stonewall Education Equality Index 2014 from Stonewall Acting Chief Executive Ruth Hunt.
Not too late for a Notts summer wedding 07 July 2014Nottinghamshire couples thinking of tying the knot are not too late to book a summer wedding this year at one of the county’s venues. Photo of a bride at Welbeck Hall
Be safe this summer24 June 2014Avoid being a victim of crime over the summer period. 
Rufford Abbey prepares for Britain in The Great War 1914-18 event 23 June 2014The dramatic era of The Great War will be commemorated and brought to life in a major event at Rufford Abbey Country Park on Saturday and Sunday 28 and 29 June. The 16th Lancers Display team  Photo by Jennie Daniels
Strawberries fields forever – or for the next couple of months at least 18 June 2014The first strawberries are available from Brooke FarmBrooke Farm strawberry picking
Being single or gay is no bar to ‘would-be dads’ becoming adopters and foster carers16 June 2014Potential dads who would like to adopt or foster are being urged by Nottinghamshire County Council not to dismiss the idea just because they might be single or gay.Boy and dad
New partner sought for Sherwood Forest visitor centre13 June 2014Nottinghamshire County Council remains fully committed to having a new visitor centre up and running at Sherwood Forest no later than 2017 - despite announcing today that it is no longer working with...Major Oak
The future for social care12 June 2014The Care Act has just become law and will fundamentally change how we provide social care. 
Going live – fibre broadband programme puts world in motion for thousands 12 June 2014More than 500 homes and businesses in Collingham, near Newark, have become the first to benefit from the £20m Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire (BBfN) programme. Better Broadband for Notts launch in Collingham
Adult abuse - see it, report it11 June 2014Help us to prevent abuse and keep older people safe.Woman making notes on a resident in a care home
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