A minister resigns cos bullying within the Conservative party was tolerated.
Triggered by the suicide of a former Nottingham University student.
Checking streets north and south of Bridgeway Shopping Centre.
And residents are almost queuing to tell me of their problems with commuters parking cars in their local streets.
Loads to talk to the Police and cleaning staff about.
Some trams works snagging to pick up on too.
£1,363,858 extra for people in need.
Not only strong achievements, but strong appreciation from the people served.
5 new members for the board.
But sorry to lose Katie, Kate and Rachel – who helped me so much when I was Chair.
Surf – http://www.nottscountyfitc.org.uk/
A dinner to promote the charity followed by Pies vs Cobblers.
Host Colin Slater talked with people who have been helped.
Notts County is located in Bridge ward and the charity runs Portland Leisure Centre.
Actor and writer William Ivory explained his commitment to Notts County Football in the Community, talking to their community officer alongside Vicky McClure, another actor and ambassador.
More photos available here.
As for the match, Northampton Town are in form and built the better attacks; something County seemed to have no pattern for.
They deserved the win, although the winning goal should have been stopped, and Northampton seem to have invented new ways of wasting time, including the goalie clattering one of his own defenders in the hopes of a further delay.
The switch on party led by Cllr Jackie Morris.
A hundred years since Joe Hill was executed.
Watched the movie on TV all those years back with my Dad and remember the pleasure of watching a movie that was on our side.
This scene is taken from the movie, telling the song of “Pie in the Sky” – the story and the song has always stuck.
Planning committee took the opportunity to discuss how to get better looking new buildings, and perhaps greener too.
Talking with the architect of Graystacks, the student accommodation on Castle Boulevard.
Main lesson: set better expectations at the outset by being clearer on what we like.
Groups from across Clifton and The Meadows met at Queens Walk Community Centre to discuss the challenges the poor and the workless face, and what more can be done to help them and help them help themselves.
One of the speakers was Nottingham City Councillor Leslie Ayoola.