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Tuesday 1 March 2022
Nottingham City Council has named the children’s centres that are proposed to remain open and those to close as it seeks partners to run services. Further consultation on this budget proposal is now open. Already eight of the 17 children’s centres in Nottingham are operated by schools, which are not affected by this proposal. The Council is looking for new organisations, schools or community... Read More
Tuesday 1 March 2022
Nottingham Financial Resilience Partnership wants to hear from residents across the city about their views and experiences on money issues. This is to ensure the Partnership is doing all that is possible to help Nottingham people during a difficult period, due to the cost of living crisis and other factors. Please complete the survey here. It will remain open until Friday 1 April 2022. Nottingham... Read More
Friday 24 December 2021
Counterculture Partnership LLP has been commissioned to help develop a joined-up vision: Nottingham - A Vision for Music. Led by a steering group and working with a wide range of partners, this work will support the recovery and prosperity of the sector. They want to hear views from audience members and all corners of the industry – amateur, voluntary and professional - to help establish an... Read More
Monday 25 October 2021
As part of the development of a Speech, Language and Communication Strategy, 0-5 years, in Nottingham City, parents and carers are being asked their views on what is important in relation to their child’s speech, language and communication. Responses will help to ensure that no child or family misses out on the support they might need. Surveys must be completed by Tuesday 30 November 2021 and all... Read More
Monday 4 October 2021
Healthwatch Nottingham and Nottinghamshire's latest hot topic is a short survey for people to describe their experiences of accessing NHS dental treatment. Please share the survey link with your contacts. Healthwatch Nottingham and Nottinghamshire has heard lots about how dentistry has been affected by the COVID pandemic, and wants to build a better picture to share information with those who... Read More
Tuesday 28 September 2021
NCVS has opened a State of the Sector survey for 2021, and we are asking all local community groups and voluntary organisations to respond. As part of our work to present information on the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector (VCSE) in the city, NCVS has carried out a number of surveys of the sector in previous years. This is the first opportunity to survey the sector since 2016.... Read More
Tuesday 20 July 2021
NCVO is looking for voluntary/community organisations to share their concerns and experiences about the government's lifting of Covid-19 restrictions. In a recent statement, NCVO said it had no plans to change things itself and encouraged VCSE sector organisations to 'take their time to consider, plan and clearly communicate' what the changes will mean for their organisation and those they work... Read More
Nottingham City Council and NCVS are running consultation events on the VCS Grants Programme
Tuesday 20 July 2021
Nottingham City Council is undertaking a review of the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) Grants Programme. The current programme is coming to an end in March 2022. Please don't miss this opportunity to feed directly into the process to help shape the future of the VCS Grants Programme. Louise Graham, VCS Partnerships Manager at Nottingham City Council, is leading the consultation process and... Read More
Monday 12 July 2021
NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are running a consultation to inform the creation of a new holistic, healthy lifestyle service for children and young people who are significantly above a healthy weight without having other health issues. This service will provide support for those in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County (not including Bassetlaw). The... Read More
Pain at Work Toolkit
Wednesday 30 June 2021
The PAW toolkit (Pain at Work) is an online digital toolkit created by the University of Nottingham in collaboration with Registered Charity Burning Nights to provide supportive information, advice and guidance for people at work who have chronic or persistent pain. The toolkit has been created from design stage to evaluation in consultation with a wide range of people who have chronic or... Read More

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