The British Association of Removers has recently participated in the UK government’s ‘call for evidence’ following its announcement in October of last year that it had launched a review on the home buying/selling process in the UK.Click Here
The trade association took the opportunity to highlight the impact of the failings of the current system on behalf of the whole industry.
"Many of our members shared with us their concerns and we were able to collate their thoughts into a formal response doc...
As a removal company in Nottingham we operate some large vehicles. In recent years we have found it more and more problematic to actually get our vehicles onto some roads and even more problems trying to actually park them. Car parking is a hot topic at the moment and it seems some change is on the way.Click Here
Nottinghamshire County Council has recommended that new parking regulations ‘No Waiting’ ( double-yellow lines ) are introduced on Edward Road, Holme Road, Trent Boulevard, Avon Gardens, Gre...
Nottingham Emmanuel School student, Adelia Hunter has won a scholarship to train with the Northern BalletClick Here
12-year-old Adelia says she will now continue with her preparation, doing a more intensive training in the summer holidays with the The Centre of Advanced Training at the Academy of Northern Ballet.
When I was told that I had won the scholarship I was jumping with joy and my mum was really happy too. She puts a lot of time and effort in to driving me everywhere. I think it must be hard for...
As the whole world now knows, when Prince Louis appeared on the steps of St Mary’s Hospital in London, he was wrapped in a shawl made by Chilwell firm G H Hurt & Son.Click Here
The company immediately was catapulted into the world’s spotlight – but then again they are used to this attention as they had previously made shawls for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The family run business, based in High Road since 1912, houses a collection of vintage hand frame machines working alongside the most...
The Notts Classic Car Show is taking place at Thoresby Park this weekend, on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th May, both days will open at 10am and finish promptly at 4pm.Click Here
Having grown from a handful of stalls and display cars to what is probably now one of the biggest and best kept secrets in the classic motoring scene, the Classic Car Show is back!
The event features over 500 vintage, classic and modern classic vehicles on display each day and includes two special themes – Fords on Sunday 6th and...
The Leaders of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire have agreed to explore a Strategic Alliance that would create a unified voice for the region. Labour group Alan Rhodes says the idea of a ‘super council’ is ‘simply ridiculous.’Click Here
This would be a first step in an ambitious journey towards a future devolution deal, discussed by the Leaders of the four county councils, that would help boost the East Midlands’ economy.
In a joint statement, the County Council Lead...
The Framework Knitters Museum in Ruddington is hosting a wartime extravaganza on Bank Holiday Monday 7th May. Called ‘Swing Back to the 1940s’, the event will turn back the clock to the Second World War, with staff and volunteers decked out in best 1940s regalia.Click Here
Visitors to the event are, of course, also encouraged to dress up!
The museum will even have hairdressers on hand to recreate authentic 1940s hairstyles, including the famous Victory Roll. Other themed activities include swing dan...
Nottingham's Old Market Square hosted the annual Nottingham St. George’s Day Parade today. Knights on horseback, Robin Hood and hundreds of revellers marched from Pelham Street to the Square.Click Here