On Friday 23 February, those interested in the creative arts will have the chance to meet with creative gurus and experts in product design, illustration, 3D design and fashion while enjoying a whole host of related talks and demonstrations.
This makes the authority the biggest city in the UK to back the plan, and the furthest inland. Nottingham City Council has been applauded by campaigners for remaining committed to the move. Green Hustle - local Motion for the Ocean campaign leads - thanked City Councillors and branded it “a ray of light” showing “vision, hope and perseverance”.
The performing arts curriculum put together an exciting agenda for students during their industry week activities. First onto the stage was Chris Neil, learning and aspiration manager at Mansfield Palace Theatre. Chris led students through a specialist workshop around getting involved in work placement opportunities with the Leeming Street-based theatre. Learners were able to show off their acting skills with their monologue auditions through the Write Track project, which Chris gave valuable feedback on, as students begin to think about auditioning for university or drama schools across ...
Illuminate your imagination as you explore the city centre, from Old Market Square to Binks Yard, and from Sneinton Market to Nottingham Castle. You can see over 30 immersive and interactive light-based installations, performances, and activities after dark, for free.
The charity’s crews of pilots, doctors and paramedics responded to 541 missions in Nottinghamshire, 1,044 in Lincolnshire and the remaining 181 in the surrounding counties. Imagery courtesy of Electric Egg, Serious medical injuries accounted for 676 missions, followed by 488 road traffic incidents as well as 158 assaults and 50 sporting or leisure related injuries. The majority of patients were between 40 and 60 years of age. Critically ill and injured patients were taken to hospitals including Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre, Hull Royal Infirmary, Sheffield Northern Ge...
Going green will be: the Arkwright Building, The Cornerhouse, Green’s Mill, Nottingham Playhouse, Theatre Royal and Royal Concert and the Trent Building on University Park.
The messaging group has been launched for supermarkets to communicate securely with one another via the DISC app - a business crime reporting system available for BID members to report, and be alerted to, local patterns of criminal activity.
Employers and partners enjoyed a tour of the facilities as well as being able to access a remote video tour of 7 Enterprise Way, followed by a presentation from Jason Austin, CEO and Principal of the RNN Group, updating employers on the variety of new initiatives from the Group. Guests also enjoyed seasonal refreshments and canapes in the BCR along with the chance to discuss with RNN staff and other local employers and partners their Higher Skills needs in their industry which will support with our Higher Education curriculum development.
Babworth Arts Festival 2023 Saturday 18th November 10am-4pm & Sunday 19th November 12noon-4pm All Saints’ Church, Babworth, DN22 8EP
At the 2023 Babworth Arts Festival, there will be a fantastic range of original paintings and other works from artists and art groups based in and around Retford – some of which will be available for sale. A brilliant display of quilts will also be on display with contributions from Retford U3A and individual quilters.