In '89, the mighty Reds were in Munich preparing for their European Cup final match against Malmo.  Forty years on, to the day, the two Nottingham-born heroes of the day, Viv Anderson and Tony Woodcock, joined their fans at The Embankment.


We've been busy bees today! Beginning by planting seeds at St. Mary's Church, we then headed back to load up a beer delivery. Only this time, we packed barrels on to a couple of WEGO Couriers' ultra-low emission cargo bikes.


The Lincolnshire Poacher on Mansfield Road has become the first pub in the area to offer the opportunity to take in, and recycle, your empty crisp packets.


Viv Anderson MBE, one of the two native sons of Nottingham in Forest's 1979 European Cup winning side, will be making a personal appearance at the Embankment on the exact 40th anniversary day, Thursday 30 May. 




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Last Friday, we paid tribute to suffragette Helen Watts. We gathered at the Arboretum with her members of the Watts family and the Nottingham Women’s History Group for the planting of a Juniper tree and the unveiling of a memorial plaque.