On Monday, August 10th, Nottingham Post are launching a major new campaign called Good Deeds Notts, in which they will capture people’s imaginations and be something really positive. The aim is to get 1,000 people to pledge to do something positive for the community within the next 12 months.


We’ll follow stories on them and feature some them online, which we will get some good social media interest using the hash tag (#gooddeedsnotts).


A number of community groups in Bulwell are keen to supporting this initiative and will raise awareness of this excellent project. We have previously championed a similar project in Bulwell encouraging Random/spontaneous gifts of kindness in our community.


We believe that part of feeling good is doing good. Whether you recycle or compost, help those in need with donations or volunteer work, or raise funds to support a cause near and dear to your heart, doing something good for others makes you feel good. It brings a community feel back to Bulwell.It's in that spirit that we invite you to think about doing something good, starting something good or getting involved with something that is already doing something good - volunteer in your community, volunteer at the Bulwell Forest Garden, donate to a food bank or share year or just hold the door open for someone. It's the little things that count.


To find out more we invite you to attend one or more of the events listed below and get on board or contact us Via Facebook, Twitter, streetlife email us


Saturday 16th August 2015.

Community Coffee Morning, Bulwell United Reformed Church 10.30 – 12.00

Bulwell Forest Garden, Austin Street Bulwell NG6 9JU, 2.00 – 6.00





My one month Good Deeds List of ideas.



{Day 1} Be kind and generous to others, everyday

{Day 2} Smile and greet people that you meet.

{Day 3} Bake a cake/pie for someone.

{Day 4} Support your local Foodbank, Sharewear Clothing, Shoe Aid.

{Day 5} Compliment someone and tell them they look good.

{Day 6} Volunteer at a community project, e.g Bulwell Forest Garden

{Day 7} Become a blood donor.

{Day 8} Be a kind driver. Let someone out in front of you.

{Day 9} Make somebody smile.

{Day 10} Declutter and donate to local charity schemes.

{Day 11} Leave the car at home and use public transport.

{Day 12} Be kind to someone in your community.

{Day 13} Thank people for their services, bus drivers, shop assistants, health workers, teachers and numerous others. {Day 14} Shop local and use Bulwell Market and put money into the local economy.

{Day 15} Pick up litter, and remove weeds from your streets.

{Day 16} Raise money for good causes, organise a car wash, coffee morning, sponsored event. {Day 17} Get more involved with your community by attending events and activities. {Day 18} Be a good neighbour, get to know your neighbour, offer to help.

{Day 19} Help organise an event in your neighbourhood set up a Neighbourhood Watch Group.

{Day 20} What would you do?

{Day 21} Commit to living more healthy life, eat healthy, exercise more, walk rather than take the car {Day 22} If you cannot say anything good, then don’t say anything at all.

{Day 23} Join a local health walking group or social group and get out more.

{Day 24} With others spruce up a community area and then look after it. E.g. Bulwell Farm {Day 26} Get to know some else in your community, invite them round for a cup of tea. {Day 27} Be more helpful at home.

{Day 28 Give or send someone flowers.

{Day 29} Reward someone else for a good deed that they did.

{Day 30} Anonymously send someone flowers.

{Day 31}Tell someone you love them.


Download a Pack to get started doing good deeds.

You can submit your pledge to do a good deed using the form below.


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