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Images at The Arboretum, Nottingham

Chilly winters day in the #arboretum park. #Nottingham
Chilly winters day in the #arboretum park. #Nottingham
Nottingham Arboretum on a sunny winters day 😊
Nottingham Arboretum on a sunny winters day 😊
The Arb is one of my favourite places in Nottingham & even with the sun poking through the dark grey clouds, its still a lovely place to be. #nottingham #wintersun #wintermorning
The Arb is one of my favourite places in Nottingham & even with the sun poking through the dark grey clouds, its still a lovely place to be. #nottingham  #wintersun  #wintermorning 
Last photo from this particular model for now but got some of my best work yet coming up soon 😏
Last photo from this particular model for now but got some of my best work yet coming up soon 😏
⬅️ SWIPE THIS IS IMPORTANT!!! ➡️
A group of us are temporarily occupying Tennyson Street Play Centre because Nottingham City Council has sold this former community space to a private company despite local groups trying to return it to public use. This is a peaceful and community centred occupation. Sign our petition and share the posts and videos on our Facebook page 'Communi-T'.
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https://www.change.org/p/nottingham-city-council-save-arboretum-ward-community-make-the-council-hear-our-demands
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As the temporary occupiers of the Tennyson Street Play Centre we have four demands:
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- We demand full transparency regarding the sale of Tennyson Street Play Centre.  The community deserves to be shown how this public building was sold into private hands without public knowledge. The departments and individuals involved must be held accountable for this process and how and why it was carried out deceptively and behind closed doors.
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- To provide a suitable alternative community space. For Nottingham City Council to create a new community centre in Arboretum Ward for local groups to manage/ run. This must include outdoor space and a private building.
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- Reparations for the loss of a community space and for the impact this will have on our area. For Nottingham City Council to demand that the business that has bought the Tennyson Street Play Centre space provides funds towards the new community centre as reparations to the area. Also that Nottingham City Council provide funds towards the new community centre.
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-Support for the community over corporate interests. To discuss the effect of the universities on this area and of council policies which allow student housing developments priority in the area. To open dialogue on gentrification and the parasitic takeover of working class communities.
⬅️ SWIPE THIS IS IMPORTANT!!! ➡️ A group of us are temporarily occupying Tennyson Street Play Centre because Nottingham City Council has sold this former community space to a private company despite local groups trying to return it to public use. This is a peaceful and community centred occupation. Sign our petition and share the posts and videos on our Facebook page 'Communi-T'. . https://www.change.org/p/nottingham-city-council-save-arboretum-ward-community-make-the-council-hear-our-demands . As the temporary occupiers of the Tennyson Street Play Centre we have four demands: . - We demand full transparency regarding the sale of Tennyson Street Play Centre. The community deserves to be shown how this public building was sold into private hands without public knowledge. The departments and individuals involved must be held accountable for this process and how and why it was carried out deceptively and behind closed doors. . - To provide a suitable alternative community space. For Nottingham City Council to create a new community centre in Arboretum Ward for local groups to manage/ run. This must include outdoor space and a private building. . - Reparations for the loss of a community space and for the impact this will have on our area. For Nottingham City Council to demand that the business that has bought the Tennyson Street Play Centre space provides funds towards the new community centre as reparations to the area. Also that Nottingham City Council provide funds towards the new community centre. . -Support for the community over corporate interests. To discuss the effect of the universities on this area and of council policies which allow student housing developments priority in the area. To open dialogue on gentrification and the parasitic takeover of working class communities.
Wonky in the Basement 🍻#trl
Wonky in the Basement 🍻#trl