Named and famed: The Nottingham's innovative young people of 2020
A quartet of outstanding young role models from across the country have been named The Nottingham’s Innovative Young People of 2020.
Caring about the vulnerable in our communities this Christmas
The Nottingham decided to lend a hand where we could this year with a series of donations to brilliant charitable organisations across our heartland.
The Nottingham's £10k BookTrust donation
A Nottingham Building Society donation of £10,000 to BookTrust will help bring a smile to the most vulnerable children in our communities over the festive season.
The Nottingham Building Society has scored again in the community
The Nottingham Building Society has scored again in the community with a £5,000 donation.
Shining a light on most innovative young people of 2020
We are searching for innovators showcasing entrepreneurial spirit throughout the pandemic and beyond with the launch of our Innovative Young People of 2020 awards.
A summer of 'In'Magination - StoryParks proving to be an online hit
A summer reading and numeracy project that was forced out of Nottingham’s parks by the coronavirus pandemic has become an online hit.
We're backing StoryParks
Nottingham Building Society and Nottingham City Council announce summer collaboration for children's literacy improvement.
Allie gets social with Rumbletums
Allie Redmond, our Social Media and Content Manager, recently spent a morning helping our Grants for Good charity café Rumbletums to get savvy with their social!
StoryParks helps celebrate the legacy of our fantastic Mr Fox
StoryParks carries the slogan ‘A summer of imagination’, and as well as reading activities attendees will have the chance to take part in arts and crafts, music, Park Ranger sessions, nature trails and more.
Collecting books a must in support of National Literacy Trust
The latest chapter in The Nottingham's Doing The Right Thing For Our Communities programme sees us link up with the National Literacy Trust. From 9th September, hot on the heels of International Literacy Day, our branches will begin collecting unused books via dedicated donation points.