Cllr. Eunice Campbell promoting the Age Friendy campaign for shops to keep a spare seat in case someone needs to “take a eat” and grab a breather.
At least four shops in the Bridgeway SHopping Centre advertise the service.
On 8th May, I’m to be nominated by the Labour Group to be the Lord Mayor of Nottingham for a civic year.
I understand of course that people see it as an honour, but I do see it as a job, with the chance to do more about working up the popular telling of Nottingham’s stories.
Note, I still continue as a ward Councillor.
The new residents parking permits scheme for the New Meadows is settling in, but there has been an impact on Robin Hood Way and some further changes to protect bus stands and pedestrian crossing points may be needed.
The construction of the play equipment for The Green has started.
The new council housing in the New Meadows is still being finished, and the new housing for Arkwright Walk is still to start.
An application for new housing off Wilford Crescent East was withdrawn from the April planning committee.
Bollards in the city centre have been introduced to make Lace Market streets more pleasant for pedestrians.
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Third highest visits – almost 400 in a day.
For my profound politics, right?
The wide mouthed frog joke.
As best as I can tell, discovered anew in Australia.
Only superceded by posts about Clifton.