Cricketers Court, Rugby Road, Lutterell Court, Walcote Drive, Church Croft are a real part of the landscape and history of West Bridgford. Providing economically sheltered and supportive accommodation for over 55’s, they’re owned and managed by Metropolitan Housing with former council housing they’ve been an essential part of community growth and development for the last […]Read More Community on the doorstep: metropolitan Housing west bridgford
Featured image: The World of Tomorrow: Kenneth Goldstein 1969 vision of the potential in the world This is a great post second world war holocaust utopian book where the idea of continuing representation of people is a given. In the book DNA, harvesting the ocean, new forms of transportation, new ways of thinking and working […]Read More your opinion matters: The world of tomorrow: what do you dream of?
News As Art: Art Is News: From The Neighbourhoods of the UK Featured Image: Ramsay Macdonald addressing parliament in 1937 The Rushcliffe Committee operated within parliament for a year between May 1944 and 1945. It was a very important committee and produced its report in 1945. Ostensibly about practically considering how legal aid could and should be […]Read More campaign for art in Parl: our places/people hopes/dreams on the walls at westminster
Featured Image: MTVH’s Lutterell Court community centre Platinum Jubilee party June 2nd 2022 Rose Bradford organiser, with the platinum celebration cake Rose Bradford and Joan Picker are at the heart of regular community activities at Lutterell Court West Bridgford NG2 7LN just off Uppingham Crescent, West Bridgford. After long working and family lives and living […]Read More From Lutterell Hall WB to Lutterell Court WB: It’s all in OUR community: Joan, rose, cheri and Asia
Featured Image: Miele WEA025 7kg 1400 rpm A+++ Energy rating £579 When I moved I looked on John Lewis, Homesource4U, Gumtree. I wanted a Miele washing machine: they’re reliable and efficient but didn’t want to spend a lot of money. Paul found me a Miele and delivered: it was £155.00. Paul and Karl were really helpful the machine […]Read More Reconditioned washing machines? 07593163859 Paul
Featured Image: UnStudio’s Reinventing Spaces: Placemaking Through Participatory Culture The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust came to the vegan market at Lutterell Hall on the junction of Church Drive and Bridgford Road in West Bridgford on 21st May to present the success of two projects: placemaking in Nottingham with their successful petition to green the Broad Marsh […]Read More Getting to know the West bridgford vegan Market Traders (3)
Featured image: Why Market Traders Are Vital To Regeneration Steve Taylor: Taylors Free From Our products are vegan: savoury pies free from the top 14 allergies Steve and his wife, Toni went vegan when she realised she was pregnant. Their ethical reason was to do their bit to safeguard their new life and the world […]Read More WB vegan market At Lutterell Hall West Bridgford Get to know the traders (2)
Featured Image: Rainbow Monkey Events set up to promote Vegan Fairs by Entrepreneur/Creative Sam Brundish: (next Lutterell Hall markets 30th July, 3rd September and 1st October 2022). Lutterell Hall is a great venue for events in West Bridgford. On the junction of church Drive and Bridgford Road it’s like a tardis room: a place where […]Read More review of vegan market 21st May Lutterell Hall: get to know the traders (1)
Formula: Adrian and Liz + Dryden Enterprise Centre plus entrepreneurial undergraduates/post graduates: Dhavri, Ini, Anastasia, Emily, Giselle, David, Ollie, Max, Will, Shadrak, Emily(2), Jake, Rianne, HayleyJoelMax, Samaya= Potential Business Energy released for Nottingham….how? Well, we all attended the NTU Dryden Enterprise Centre’s Saturday Side Hustle course on two Saturdays May 7th and May 14th. It […]Read More Secrets of the ssh…. course (just one of many for new/existing business) at dec….dryden st hooray!
Featured Image: Guedioura’s Welcome To Nottingham (Forest Fans) How we receive and welcome people has a massive effect on the way they perceive themselves and others. We all know this but we don’t realise how much the welcome (or exclusion and stigma) impacts on physical and mental health and wellbeing. Neighbourhood is important in Clifford […]Read More We need to welcome the Neighbourhoods of nottingham and the people who live in nottingham as well as we welcome students and forest fans: shared community vision