Derby Road and Canning Circus Summer Fayre

This weekend the Hub and the Derby Road Traders are putting on a Summer Fayre on Derby Road.  Most of the pubs and businesses are involved, with live music a mini beer festival and more to enjoy. You can read the Nottingham Post Story here: http://ww…

Floating Point interviewed on BBC

Creative coder and interaction designer, Brendan Oliver of Floating Point Digital and the CCCH is interviewed as part of this BBC article.  Please take a look.

Creative Hub and Derby Road retailers promote business in the area

Read this story in the Nottingham Post about Creative Hub member Brendan Oliver of Floating Point Digital‘s, collaboration with the retailers of Derby Road to project designs from the businesses onto a vacant property to promote shopping in the…

Left Lion article published

Thanks to everyone at Left Lion, particularly journalist Bridie Squires, for an excellent article on the Hub.  It can be read here.

Nottingham Post coverage of bid win

See the Nottingham Post’s coverage of our bid win here.

£50,000 boost for Canning Circus Creative Hub

Nottingham City Council has successfully secured a £50,000 grant towards improvements to the Canning Circus Creative Hub The £50,000 grant from the Scape Community Investment Fund will be used to make internal improvements to the grade II listed buil…

Nottingham Post: Campaign won

Here is the coverage in the Nottingham Post on the outcome of the campaign to stay at the Wollaton Street properties.

Responses to Questions

Here are the responses we received to the questions put to the council as part of our petition to them.  It has meant a great deal to us to read the comments from around the world, so thanks to everyone who signed this and supported the action. CCCH_…

Creative Hub businesses to stay

Here’s our latest press release, released in conjunction with Nottingham City Council, announcing that we are able to stay at the Wollaton Street properties.  Thanks to everyone who helped out with this successful campaign, particularly the peo…

Nottingham Post

Thanks to the Nottingham Post, for this story on our hugely successful petition (1,000+ signatures in 5 days).  Thanks to everyone who signed for their support.  Please keep telling your friends so the council understand how important this is for us …

BBC Radio Nottingham

Click here to hear our story, including interviews with some of our business owners, on BBC Radio Nottingham.  Our thanks to them for this coverage.

Featured on East Midlands Today

Here’s the link to the report on our hub, featured on BBC East Midlands Today and broadcast on 19 September 2013. (Link will expire.)  

Petition launched!

Please click here to sign our petition against the eviction of the creative enterprises at 175-179 Wollaton Street and to ask council leader Jon Collins some questions about why our situation has been ignored for so long.

Press release 12/9/13: Creative quarter, what Creative Quarter?

Here’s the release sent out to our collective press contacts this week.  It may prove to be the first of many. CCCH_PressRelease

Zola Day: Invest in Nottingham

Ironic that the council should use one of our artist’s projects as a reason to ‘invest in Nottingham’ while offering no support in Kate’s relocation so that she can continue to bring money into the city.

Lost Arts

This campaign aims to identfiy the loss caused by government cuts to the arts and creative sectors. The map function allows you to see the funding cuts by area and the organisations that have suffered.

Glen Crocker’s response

And here is a response piece to Johal’s piece about the Creative Quarter from Glenn Crocker. Exempting Crocker’s clear conflict of interest we do agree with his statement that ‘The council should clear the path so that people can do…

Harjeet Johal’s comment on the Creative Quarter

Here’s a piece run by the Evening Post, which echoes most of our opinions on the way the Creative Quarter is being handled:…

Portfolio of the artists and businesses at Wollaton Street

Here’s the portfolio we assembled to showcase the work of the artists of 175-179 Wollaton Street: CCCH_Portfolio


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Check out the review of the forthcoming Death Party UK digital single out on the 26th of July with the video being released this coming Saturday. Stay tuned for more Rock’n’Roll!

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We'll be helping out again this year. Amazing project. Please alert any young person you think might like to apply

1 year ago

The hubs Da Sunlounge has produced his 3rd sample pack project for Korg.

1 year ago I am one of the fine artists resident at Wollaton Street Studios - 179 Wollaton Street and part of the Canning Circus Creative Hub. Here's a link to my website with ... See more