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FREE Public Exhibition at Central Library

posted 1 Sept 2016, 07:07 by Unknown user   [ updated 1 Sept 2016, 07:24 ]
Mapping Nottingham's Identity
Mapping Nottingham’s Identity is an initiative that aims at bringing together all those involved with public spaces in Nottingham. We have worked very closely with Nottingham Trent University and Sneinton community groups and organisations, some of which include:
  • Green's Windmill
  • Salvation Army
  • William Booth Memorial Complex
  • Sneinton Market
  • TRACs Neighbourhood Centre
  • Growin' Spaces
  • Sneinton Festival
  • Hermitage Community Centre
  • SEND project and more. 
Together we have had some great conversations about how we can make the most of our public spaces. During this process we were able to bring you some community furniture made from donated wooden pallets. You may have followed our progress on this through our previous blogs. 
However, if you missed the unveiling of our community furniture at the Sneinton Festival fear not! We will be showcasing the furniture (as well as the process) throughout September at Central Library.

Don't miss our launch this Saturday 3 September 11-1pm at Central Library, including a guided tour.

Although the exhibition marks the final stages of this project we hope that this will be the beginning of a great partnership between Nottingham Trent University, neighbourhoods like Sneinton and the general public, which will last for a few more years, giving us the chance to create a platform for dialogues between communities across Nottingham. 

For more details on our work so far, please visit us at: 

or contact Shabana at