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  • The garden at Middle Street Resource Centre

    The experiences and memories of Nottinghamshire residents who have been supported by Middle Street Resource Centre (MSRC) are to be collected as part of a heritage project to mark 50 years of the Centre.

  • Female skateboarder performing a jump

    The experiences of female skateboarders, their sense of identity and their place in the skateboarding community are to be studied as part of a new project by researchers at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and Sheffield Hallam University.

  • An old photo of Mapperley hospital and grounds

    The stories of Nottinghamshire people who lived and worked through the transition from mental hospitals to care in the community in the 1990s have been revealed through a new project which has curated their voices into an online exhibition.

  • Lady in a health appointment

    The National Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded a grant of £10,000 to the Department of Social Work, Care and Communities at Nottingham Trent University, for a new project entitled 'The Heritage of Nottingham Mental Health Provision: Memories of Early Care in the Community'.

  • Hand Car Washes across Bristol RPM

    Reflections from two SPUR researchers on mapping hand car washes across a large urban city as part of Good Work Nottingham.

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    Participants needed in study to explore how virtual reality can reduce social anxiety

  • Safer Living Foundation logo

    A new centre which supports people convicted of a sexual offence to safely reintegrate into the community is to be launched by the Safer Living Foundation (SLF), with the aim of reducing the number of victims of sexual abuse and harm.

  • foodbank

    The number of people using foodbanks should be used to measure how poverty affects the lives of children and families living in the UK, according to a report.