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Description <p>Here an update on some new community initiatives in Nottingham:</p><p><b>Radford</b> - Last night the new community cafe in the <a href="">Blueprint</a>, Radford, opened its doors for the first time. The fairtrade cafe has been set up by people who put on the famous <a href="">ethical clubnight Demo</a>, at Blueprint every last Saturday of the month. Trying to create a chilled space for people to meet and hang out, while enjoying organic cake, and eclectic DJ's. Every Tuesday, 509-511 Alfreton Road, Radford.</p><p><b>Links:</b> <a href="">Blueprint</a> | <a href="">Demo</a></p><p><b>Arboretum</b> - Saturday will see the grand <a href="">opening of the ASBO Community Centre</a> on Burns Street, Radford. The <a href="">occupied</a> community space is opening its doors on Saturday at 2pm. There will be 'Broad Bean' internet access all afternoon, 'Kranks' Bike maintenance workshop from 3-6pm, <a href="">'Free Shop'</a> open from 3pm and the People's Kitchen will be serving food from 5.30pm till 7pm. These events will be running every Saturday, 33-35 Burns Street, 1 Wildman Street, Arboretum.</p><p><b>Links:</b> Download: <a href="">poster</a> / <a href="">A5 flyer</a> | <a href="">Contact ASBO via email</a> | <a href="">Previous feature article</a> on the project</p><p><b>Photos:</b> <a href="">Gallery</a> | <a href="">Tidy Up</a> | <a href="">Workday</a></p><p><b>Sneinton</b> - Rumours go that a new collective has also been set up in Sneinton, to start a community cafe/open arts space there. More information to follow... (or contact <a href=""></a>)</p><p><b>Print resources</b> - A <a href="">call out</a> was issued this week as help is needed to set up a print workshop and resource centre for Nottingham's campaign community. In July 2004 <a href="">Veggies catering campaign</a> funded the acquisition of the resources of the <a href="">now defunct Nottingham Community Resource Centre</a>. The intention was to find premises, such as a portable office in the yard of the <a href="">Sumac Centre</a>, to set up a well equiped print workshop for community use. However a year has rolled by and it has proved impossible to find suitable premises. The situation is now desparate - the equipment must be removed from its temporary storage in two weeks. Are you involved in a project that could make use of printing equipment, in return for making it available to others? Do you have any storage space to offer? If you can help email: <a href=""></a></p><p><b>Links:</b> <a href="">Call out for help</a> | <a href="">Article Nottingham Alternative News</a> | <a href="">Veggies catering campaign</a></p>
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