Category Archives: Broxtowe Borough Council

Spring Arrives At Attenborough Bloom Weekend‏

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Register To Vote During Broxtowe National Voter Registration Day‏

Broxtowe residents are being encouraged to take power and register to vote next week as part of activities taking place for National Voter Registration Day. There’s now less than 100 days until Nottinghamshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner’s election and Broxtowe … Continue reading

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Walking Rugby – Give it a Try

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Broxtowe Borough Sports Awards 2015 – Award Winners‏

Broxtowe Borough celebrated the achievements of local people who dedicate their lives to volunteering, coaching and taking part in sport in the borough on Sunday night at a special awards ceremony. The Broxtowe Sport Review 2015 took place on Sunday … Continue reading

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Ways to Pay Your Council Tax‏

It’s the New Year and for many people, that means paying the final Council tax payment of the financial year. Broxtowe residents are being urged to get online to pay their Council Tax when the new bills are issued in … Continue reading

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Beeston Celebrations See In Chinese Year Of The Monkey

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Green Residents Reminded To Subscribe Early To the 2016/17 Garden Waste Service‏

Broxtowe residents are being reminded to subscribe early to the 2016/17 garden waste service so that they can be in with a chance of winning £100 worth of garden centre vouchers. Broxtowe Borough Council will deliver 2016/17 subscription letters to … Continue reading

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St George’s Day Charity Ball 23 April 2016

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Holocaust Memorial Day 27 January 2016

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Single Council Plan Scrapped

Motion to scrap district and borough councils and move towards a Nottinghamshire unitary authority defeated. But all of the Tories backed it, including the leader of Broxtowe, Richard Jackson, who effectively voted to abolish his own council. Source: BBC Local … Continue reading

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Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Devolution Agreement published

The Government want to devolve powers to the regions.   The benefits are listed in the document (see link below) as: 55,000 new private sector jobs 77,000 extra homes At least £900m in an Investment Fund over 30 years Control over … Continue reading

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Help improve your town centre

Broxtowe residents, shoppers, and business owners are being encouraged to get online and have their say on why they visit the Borough’s four towns to help inform new initiatives and improvements in the area. The questionnaire is available online on the … Continue reading

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Online Joining Has Arrived For Broxtowe Leisure Centres

Having a Health and Fitness Membership has never been easier or quicker with our online joining. The benefits of our Health and Fitness Memberships • Access to all 3 centres (Bramcote Leisure Centre, Chilwell Olympia Sports Centre and Kimberley Leisure … Continue reading

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Comments on the Field Farm planning application by STRAG

Zoë Cockcroft and Nathalie Morelle write: Following the release of Field Farm from the Green Belt and the outline planning permission given for up to 450 houses in November 2014, a detailed planning application has been submitted by Westerman Homes to Broxtowe … Continue reading

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Field Farm Planning Application – 15/00841/REM

An application for reserved matters approval for phase 1 of development for 118 dwellings, including 33 affordable homes, flood attenuation lagoon, open space and associated infrastructure can be found on Broxtowe Borough Council’s website. Click on the link for details.

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Praise For Broxtowe Parks‏

Broxtowe Borough Council has been recognised for the quality of its parks and open spaces, after picking up the Most Improved Performer Award for Parks, Open Space and Horticultural Services at the Association of Public Services Excellence (APSE) Performance Network … Continue reading

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Get Recycling Savvy with the 12 Days of Christmas Recycling‏

Inspried by the classic Christmas Carol, Broxtowe Borough Council has officially launched its ‘12 Days Of Christmas Recycling’ to help local people be green this festive season. From turkey curries to Christmas trees, each day in the run up to … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Borough Council Email Me Services Offers Winter Weather Updates‏

The winter months can often bring unpredictable and difficult weather conditions and Broxtowe residents can stay up to date with the latest by subscribing to Broxtowe Borough Council’s Email Me service. By subscribing to Severe Weather updates via Broxtowe Borough … Continue reading

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Community Action Team Meetings

Bob Pattison writes – Our Borough Council, Broxtowe, has for many years organised and financed Community Action Team meetings throughout the Borough.  Some have been well attended, others not.   For financial reasons and possibly because of the poor attendance at … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Borough have nearly planted 100,000 trees

A new tree planted at Beeston Town Hall yesterday (Friday 4th December) has edged Broxtowe Borough Council one step closer to its 100,000 tree planting target by 2016. Mayor of Broxtowe, Councillor Susan Bagshaw assisted members of Beeston and District … Continue reading

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