Known as the 'Scenic One', it has a reputation amongst runners for its hills and could be described as beautiful and brutal all in one sentence.
Café Sobar are proud to be one of the few city centre eateries to provide Braille and large print menus for the visually impaired, after partnering up with My Sight Nottinghamshire.
I can’t quite believe that the first three of twenty half-marathons to celebrate our 20th Birthday are already over in twenty-two days!
Café Sobar are delighted to have been chosen as a finalist in the 2017 Nottingham Restaurant and Bar Awards, in the ‘Best Front of House Team’ category!
The activities to mark Double Impact’s 20th birthday are now underway with my first of twenty half-marathons completed in Nottingham.
Graham Miller, Double Impact’s CEO, is attempting to run 20 half-marathons over the next 12 months to reduce stigma and celebrate the charity’s 20th anniversary.
Recovery Recruitment has launched a new programme to help people gain employment.
Café Sobar has been nominated in the 2017 Nottingham Post Business Awards, in the 'Community Impact' category.
Double Impact carry on their great work across the region reaching out to those who may not have had the chance to experience the joys of a positive recovery.
On 11th May 2018 we are celebrating our 20th anniversary with a very special ‘Spirit of Recovery’ Awards ceremony and 20th Birthday celebration.
A very successful Paul Smith sale at the Sobar raising money for Double Impact.