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Caring for children and young people during the pandemic

Over the last year the county council has made a lot of progress with school building programmes, childcare, youth events and more, in spite of the coronavirus. Councillor Philip Owen reviews the last 12 months.

Helping feed children and families in Nottinghamshire hit by the coronavirus

Councillor Philip Owen explains how the County Council has been ensuring that children don't go hungry during the school holidays.

Everyone has part to play in stopping the spread of Coronavirus

Jonathan Gribbin, our Director of Public Health sends a message to Nottinghamshire business and residents about the Coronavirus – and how we all have a part to play in stopping the spread of it.

How our new street lights are saving money and energy

Over the last few decades the internet, computers and smartphones have transformed our lives. They allow us to keep in touch with friends and relatives more easily, work from home, access entertainment from all around the world, and more, all at the touch of a button or screen.

How we can build on our UK-leading bus services

In Nottinghamshire we have a great reputation for public transport. Our county has a 93% passenger satisfaction rating, the second highest in the UK, with 83% of our residents within 800 metres, or 10 minutes’ walk, of an hourly bus service.

Getting out and about in Nottinghamshire

In Nottinghamshire, we have a wealth of great places to see on our doorstep. Whether it is visiting world famous attractions like Sherwood Forest, or taking a walk or bike ride with the family through the countryside on a winter morning, there’s no shortage of things to do.

Celebrating the achievements of our young people

Negative stereotypes of young people persist. Too often, teenagers are labelled as lazy, reckless, or immature. The truth is that young people have a great contribution to make. Many play a vital role in our communities. They are our future.

Discover your local library - more than just books

Inspire: Culture, Learning and Libraries delivers a range of services on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council with the key mission to inspire people to read, learn and enjoy culture. This mission could not be achieved without libraries.

We’re passionate about delivering road safety education to all ages

Road safety education is a key service Nottinghamshire County Council provides in partnership with Via East Midlands, and we passionately believe it makes a positive difference at all stages of life.

Investing in Nottinghamshire's major road network

The county council is committed to encouraging economic growth and opening up business opportunities across Nottinghamshire. A key element of this ambitious plan is ensuring that the county’s extensive road network is as good as it can be and keeps people and business moving.

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