Latest COVID-19 Position for Nottinghamshire

More than 603 people have tested positive for Covid-19 during the last 24 hours across Nottinghamshire.

It comes after a total of 1,141 cases were confirmed in both the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire [1] for Thursday, January 28 and Friday, January 29. The largest increase was recorded in Nottingham, where 193 cases were confirmed over 24 hours.

The reproduction number, or R value, of coronavirus transmission across the UK is between 0.7 to 1.1, according to the latest Government figures.

Vaccination Brief from Team Communications

This briefing is designed to keep you up to date with the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
As you will all know the vaccine is administered across three different types of site: Hospital Hubs, Local Vaccination Services and large Vaccination Centres.

Give a Laptop Appeal

Last summer local BBC radio stations helped members of the public donate thousands of old laptops and tablets for schoolchildren to use across England. For those pupils, who were sharing phones at home while learning in lockdown, it made a huge difference.

There are lots of pupils that still require some help. If you have any spare laptops or tablets, please look at the following to see where items can be donated

 

Some charities can collect, wipe and share the laptops all in one; some can help take your devices off your hands to fix them ready for distribution; some are collecting donations to help fund devices for pupils; some are local to specific areas and some are nationwide, both across England and the UK.

If you would prefer to donate direct to a school, a list of Nottinghamshire schools can be found here

If you contact them direct, they may have someone working there that can wipe your item clean.

COVID-19 Vaccination toolkit

COVID-19 Vaccination toolkit - A message to our community leaders from NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Planning Committee

Planning Committee which checks planning applications paying attention to:

  • Representing local views
  • Providing local knowledge
  • Raising areas of concern
  • Informing the debate and add value to the process

Membership of the Committee is as follows:

Councillor Georgia Elms (Chair)

Councillor Julia Faulconbridge (Member)

Councillor Chris Grocock (Member)

MyNotts App

MyNotts App

The MyNotts app will make it quicker, easier, and more convenient for local people to access council services. Residents can use the app to:

  • Receive updates on school closures, check when school holidays are, and apply for school places
  • Report highways issues, including potholes, faulty streetlights, and overgrown vegetation
  • Find their closest Household Waste & Recycling Centre, and see what can be taken there
  • Access information about care services offered by Nottinghamshire County Council
  • See which events are happening in their local area and our three country parks
  • Keep up to date with news from across Nottinghamshire

This is only the first phase of the app’s development. We would welcome feedback on areas of improvement, which you can provide directly via the app’s ‘Feedback’ section.

If you have an iPhone, you can download the app here. If you have an Android phone (including Samsung, LG, Google, Nokia, and other models), you can download the app here.