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Gas Safety Week: striving for a Gas Safe nation

12/09/2014

We’re proud to have supported Gas Safety Week 2014, which took place 15– 21 September. Gas Safety Week takes place every year to raise awareness of gas safety and the importance of taking care of your gas appliances. It’s co-ordinated by Gas Safe Register, the official list of engineers legally...More

Get crafty in Nottingham

3/09/2014

Customers in Nottingham can get their creative juices flowing at a series of free Christmas craft and textiles workshops held at the Gedney Resource Centre, on the Brewsters Estate, St. Ann’s. The classes are a great opportunity to learn new skills, meet new people and to find out how to...More

Green-fingered Haringey residents turn estate courtyard into vegetable garden

3/09/2014

A group of gardening enthusiasts are putting the ‘green’ back into Wood Green after transforming their estate courtyard into a verdant vegetable garden. From artichokes to zucchinis, dozens of varieties of edible delights are now growing in Morant Place – and the gardeners responsible make it clear that the produce...More

Nottingham residents secure jobs with Metropolitan thanks to new work academy

15/08/2014

Three people from Nottingham have secured permanent jobs through housing association Metropolitan’s first ever work academy. They got the jobs after completing a six-week customer service course – with a guaranteed interview for a permanent position at the end of it – at the organisation’s Raleigh House offices in the...More

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Sunshine in Lambeth as Clapham Park Fun Day stretches out the summer

12/08/2014

From BBQ and bouncy castles to football and face painting – there was something for everyone at this year’s Clapham Park Community Fun Day, with hundreds of residents getting together for the free event in Lambeth. The annual summer gathering is co-organised by local charity the Clapham Park Project, residents...More

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