A local 'interactive graphic novel' project, devoted to and run by lovers of libraries and books.
The fabulous comrades from the local Federation of Masked Booksellers (FMB) are tirelessly striving to rescue books and redistributing them at minute prices to support good causes. They are often to be found at local events and their annual Mega-Booksale at their miraculous pop-up bookshop in Carlton, Nottinghamshire, should not be missed! You can also find them on Facebook and Flickr.
Independent bookshop (and publishing house) in Nottingham City Centre.
Providing a safe environment for women and offering support, training, activities and more.
Celebrating, promoting and researching the contribution of women to Nottingham’s history.
Offering workspaces, networking opportunities, advice, creative and professional support.
A brilliant place full of awesome documents, run by lovely people who are always happy to share their specialist knowledge.
Blog of Nottingham AF.
Turn to your friendly neighbourhood Histerians for guided walks, fine books (from their very own publishing house Loaf On A Stick Press) and talks and events. If you want to know about how our Castle got torched, our major knocked over by a massive cheese, WWI death sentences and mutineers and much more, look no further! We are very happy to curate their collection of local history books and pamphlets here at the Sparrows’ Nest.
The Sumac Centre is a volunteer-run social and community space based in Forest Fields, Nottingham and the headquarters of Veggies Catering Campaign.