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Youth Advisory Board Book Recommendations
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Book list: Recommendations from our Youth Advisory Board

Our Youth Advisory Board members share some of their favourite reads.

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Politics, Power, and Protest: In Conversation with Abi Daré, Zing Tsjeng, and Selina Nwulu

Nottingham was selected by the BBC and Libraries Connected to run a series of workshops throughout March 2021 on the theme of Politics, Power and...

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World Jam: Nottingham Goes Global

World Jam have been wowing audiences in Notts for some time, building a unique community with a global outlook

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World Poetry Day 2021 Gen 1
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World Poetry Day 2021: UNESCO Cities of Literature bring vibrancy and hope

For World Poetry Day 2021, twenty-three Cities of Literature are coming together to honour poets and celebrate one of humanity’s most treasured forms...

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The Loneliness of the Lockdown Runner

James Walker specialises in digital storytelling and has turned to Twitter to reimagine Sillitoe’s classic story of defiance for the Covid...

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Richard C Bower: Seeking Sanctuary

In our latest profile of a local writer, we feature a poet who turned grief into creativity.

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On Libraries: guest post by Ross Bradshaw

Five Leaves' Ross Bradshaw writes about his relationship with libraries and the small Scottish town where it all began.

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Youth Advisory Board
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Young People Have Their Say

Our first Youth Advisory Board gives 16-25 year-olds the chance to voice their opinions and ideas about our work. Nine young people from across...

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Norma Charles, scribbler extraordinaire

An interview with Norma Charles, who has published her first book, Foley Crow: Friend or Foe?

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