“The Council House is a vital”, living part of the city and the centre of local politics as elected councillors who represent the people of the City of Nottingham conduct much of their business here. This magnificent neo-Baroque building, whose 200ft high dome dominates the city skyline, has been the heart of the city centre for 80 years and a source of pride for the people of Nottingham. On a still day, the chimes from the Council House clock, known as Little John, can be heard for miles around.
It has been the setting for many splendid public occasions. Royalty, statesmen and women and people from the world of show business have been received and entertained here. The FA and European cups have been held aloft from its balcony, and a great many worthy organisations and individuals have received the thanks of a grateful city within its walls.”
The eTEACHER’s coordinator, CEMOSA, attended Greencities’ event in Malaga. The exchange with initiatives aligned with eTEACHER’s topics and mission is a crucial source of inputs over the course of the project. On 27th March, Gloria Calleja and Jacobo Peralta, from the Spanish company CEMOSA and coordinators of the eTEACHER H2020 project, have attended the Greencities […]