Another awful month regarding attacks on innocent bystanders.
As for Nottingham, Pride and Splendour were highlights; events featured too in The Meadows – at the library, at Queens Walk Rec and at the community gardens.
Pleased to see award of Green Flag to Victoria Embankment for the first time.
A consultation on the introduction of a Junior Bike Track – for kids to rehearse road safety knowledge before going onto the roads – has begun.
Charging for parking was introduced and the erection of street light columns has begun.
A dramatic demolition on Arkwright Walk, but some disappointing news regarding the shop.
Checking out the Red Lion at the Local Studies Library found an improbable attempt to re-name the Narrow Marsh.
Nationally, Lilian Greenwood’s statement on working with Jeremy Crobyn triggered reaction and reference. I am supporting Owen Smith for leader of the Labour Party.
1704 matters raised.
Nearly didn’t go. Made the mistake of watching reviews of the movie on YouTube. Lazy with an irrelevant middle story; they shouldn’t have bothered. Criticisms I’d apply to the reviews on YouTube, now that I’ve seen the movie.
If you’ve watched the 3 previous Matt Damon / Jason Bourne films (so often repeated on ITV2 or ITV4), then you’ll know the plots, the values and the implausibilities. There is a fascination in watching another re-working of the story, but with the same plots, values and implausibilities.
And you’ll find it as entertaining, and as irritating, as the others. I’m glad I went.
The Guardian’s review called it forgettable – well not once it’s gets on to ITV2.
A bigger parade than usual. Free music belting down the main srreet of Hockley and information stalls.
Supported by Paddy Tipping, Police Commissioner and the Vice-Chair of Notts County Council.
Photos available in Facebook.
Cllr. Toby Neal’s write-up for Nottingham Labour is available.
Nottingham City Council Parks Service has designed a bike track for children to practise their cycling skills and learn to ride a bike.
Some funding has already been secured for this project but additional funding will be required and we will be looking to apply for external funding in September.
The designs can be viewed during opening hours at the following venues:
• Queens Walk Recreation Ground pavilion: 14th July – 2nd August
• Meadows Library: 3rd August – 23rd August
• Victoria Embankment Cricket Pavilion: 16th August – 30th August
And at the following events:
• Bridgeway Community Information Event: 15th August, 12-4pm
The proposals can also be viewed and commented online until 31st August at:
For more information contact the Parks and Open Spaces Team on 0115 915 2733 or firstname.lastname@example.org