Winning Smokefree posters unveiled
The winning designs have been chosen in Nottingham City Councils
poster competition to promote its Smokefree Summer.
Six winners have been selected
from four city schools and their designs have been turned into large,
eye-catching posters to advertise family events over the coming days and weeks
where smokers will be asked not to light up.
These include the The Deliveroo
Beach in Old Market Square, and family area within the BMI Park Hospital Nottingham Riverside Festival on Victoria Embankment,
where thousands of people will see them. The signs were also put up atSplendour last weekend.
more about the posters here
Sheriff's bid to get primary schools running
of primary pupils in Nottingham are being urged to run 100 miles over the next
school year in a bid to get fit and healthy and complete the Sheriffs
aged five to 11 will be encouraged to run a one-mile course around their school
playgrounds at least twice a week to hit the 100-mile target thats the
equivalent of running four full marathons each over the 2016/17 academic year!
are being asked to sign up to the Sheriffs Challenge, which is being organised
by Nottingham City Council as part of the Opportunity Notts initiative to
encourage more young people to get active and broaden their horizons.
more about the Sheriffs Challenge here