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Category Archives: Broxtowe Borough Council
Having a post Christmas clear out? Starting your spring cleaning early? Broxtowe Borough Council’s badger mascot “Brock” is reminding residents that they can take advantage of the Council’s kerbside textile collection service to recycle their unwanted clothing. The service allows … Continue reading
Broxtowe residents are being urged to take power and register to vote if they want to have their say in the upcoming elections on 7th May, as part of National Voter Registration Day next week. On Thursday 5th February, events … Continue reading
Schoolchildren helped Broxtowe Borough Council mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 at a short ceremony yesterday to mark the 15th annual event.
A dove of peace was released outside the Town Hall in Beeston yesterday as a symbol of community cohesion and to demonstrate solidarity in the fight against hate crime. In light of the recent tragic incidents across the world, the … Continue reading
Broxtowe Borough Council press release confirms Bramcote Today report: A new bus service will help provide a vital transport link to Bramcote Crematorium and help families, friends and the bereaved access the site more easily for funerals or to pay their … Continue reading
Families are being invited to see in the ‘Year of the Ram’ as Chinese New Year celebrations reach fever pitch with an all-day celebration of Chinese and South East Asian culture in Beeston. Broxtowe Borough Council will welcome local people … Continue reading
Broxtowe residents are being reminded to renew their garden waste subscription for 2015/16 to make sure they continue to be part of the recycling generation. Broxtowe Borough Council will deliver information on the garden waste subscription service for 2015/16 to … Continue reading
Hannah Anderson, TravelRight Broxtowe Events and Marketing Officer writes: The freezing cold and unpredicatable weather could put some cyclists off sticking to two wheels for their daily commute. To help counter this, a brand new video has been produced which gives … Continue reading
Alexandra Lloyd, TravelRight Broxtowe Project Administrator writes: Booking now for FREE bike maintenance course in the Community Room, Tesco Extra, Swiney Way, NG9 6GX. 2 day course – Saturday 31st January and Saturday 7th February, 2-5pm. Our experienced Instructor can … Continue reading
Professionalism, compassion and care are at the heart of Bramcote Bereavement Services and its new customer focused website http://www.bramcotebereavement.org has been specially developed to help families, friends and the bereaved easily access all the support they need to make arrangements … Continue reading
See in British Summer Time in style this year at the annual Spring into Summer Charity Ball, when it takes place on Saturday 28th March in aid of Hope Nottingham and Cancer Research UK. Tickets are on sale now for … Continue reading
David Watts writes: I have been notified by the Council’s Planning Department that a decision will be made on the application to build a retirement village on the old golf course at the Development Control Meeting at Beeston Town Hall … Continue reading
The leader of Broxtowe Borough Council is refusing to apologise for swearing at a constituent during a row on Facebook. Click on this link to read the Nottingham Post article.
‘What is most important to you when it comes to housing, preventing homelessness, helping the frail and the vulnerable, satisfaction with your landlord or could it be something else?” so asks Broxtowe Borough Council. Housing is one of the most important services … Continue reading
Click on Spring Into Summer Charity Ball 2015 for details. Source: Broxtowe Borough Council Press Release.
Anyone looking to get in shape this winter has until the end of January to claim two months free membership at one of Broxtowe Borough Council’s three leisure centres. Broxtowe Borough Council is offering 14 months for the price of … Continue reading
Click on Minutes of Meeting 1 December 2014 for the Bramcote Community Action Team minutes issued by Broxtowe Borough Council today.
Over 100 Broxtowe residents will benefit from Broxtowe Borough Council’s Christmas Hamper Appeal this year, with a record number of donations from employees and local businesses to lend a helping hand during the festive season. From festive treats, toys and … Continue reading
Extract from the Minutes of the Cabinet Meeting of Broxtowe Borough Council on 16 December 2014: Kimberley Tram Extension. Cabinet received an update on the current situation regarding a possible extension to the existing NET tram route from Phoenix Park-and-Ride … Continue reading