Category Archives: Broxtowe Borough Council

Bramcote Hills Primary School has applied for planning permission to expand

An application has been submitted to construct two new single storey 30 place freestanding classrooms, associated landscaping works and new 2.4m security fencing.  In addition the formation of hard standing for additional 5 car parking bays to access road.  One of … Continue reading

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The Weedy Council – Progress

The grass has now been cut on Bramcote Moor. The big problem though is the weeds on the pavements and in the gutters.

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Don’t Lose Your Right to Vote

With the European Parliamentary elections just over a month away, Broxtowe Residents are being urged to register to vote before the 6th May deadline or they will be unable to have their say. Electoral registration forms were delivered to every … Continue reading

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The Weedy Council – Latest on Weed Killing on Paths and Gutters

Councillor Stan Heptinstall has received this reply from Paul Summers of Broxtowe Borough Council which outlines the situation regarding weed treatment: Weed killing in the borough will commence weather dependent on the 28th April in the Attenborough area. To complete … Continue reading

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Yet More on The Weedy Council – What’s Happening

Indeed grass cutting is underway as this picture taken this morning by the Sherwin Arms shows. I hope they make it to Bramcote Moor! Tea break though!

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More on The Weedy Council – What’s Happening

Councillor Stan Heptinstall has taken up the issue of grass cutting with Paul Summers from Broxtowe Borough Council. Paul’s reply to Stan is below and this details the programme which is encouraging in terms of grass cutting. No mention is … Continue reading

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The Weedy Council – What’s Happening?

Last year street maintenance was very poorly managed by Nottinghamshire County Council who had taken this function back from Broxtowe Borough Council. Verges were uncut and there was poor weed treatment. As a consequence, Bramcote looked a run down mess … Continue reading

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Latest Events From Broxtowe Sport

THE DECATHLON BROXTOWE 5K & 2K FUN RUN DEADLINE IS FAST APPROACHING! DON’T MISS THE DEADLINE! The 5K and 2K Fun Run takes place on Friday 25th April at Bramcote Hills Park. The event starts at 6.30pm and is suitable … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Out On The Egg-Citement This Easter

Easter is just around the corner and you can make sure you don’t miss out on any of the egg-citement with Broxtowe Borough Council’s What’s on Where events calendar. The ‘WOW’ service at http://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/wow allows visitors to the Council’s website … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Commemorates First World War

Poppy seeds were planted across Broxtowe Borough earlier this week to commemorate the start of the First World War. On Monday 31st March, Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, Councillor Iris White joined members of the Royal British Legion to sow … Continue reading

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Evening Honours 50 Years of Wildlife Trust

Fifty years of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will be honoured next weekend next weekend at a special celebration evening to mark its special anniversary, as well as its long standing partnership with Broxtowe Borough Council.

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Looking Out For Man’s Best Friend

As man’s best friend, it can be very distressing for everyone concerned if dogs go missing from their owners. Broxtowe Borough Council is offering free microchip drop-in sessions to help owners increase the chances of being reunited with their pets … Continue reading

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Service Remembers Loved Ones

Families and friends are invited to the annual Bramcote Crematorium Remembrance Service on Sunday 13th April 2014, which has become a poignant feature in the Crematorium’s calendar to help people commemorate their loved ones lost.

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Beeston is Transforming

As Beeston looks ahead to a new tram system and town centre Square, it’s an exciting time in Broxtowe. Borough residents are being urged to have their say on how they would like to see the town improve for the … Continue reading

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Spring Is Here And Buggy Walks Are Back!

Broxtowe Sport, with support from Attenborough Nature Reserve and Friends of Colliers Wood, are providing free buggy walks this spring and summer around the beautiful nature reserves for the fourth year. In previous years they have been a resounding success, … Continue reading

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Market Stalls in Broxtowe Town Centres

New Markets will start in Broxtowe this week to help rejuvenate the borough’s town centres, following the success of the weekly market in Beeston Square.  Through a partnership with Stall-it, Broxtowe Borough Council’s Town Centres Team has worked to establish … Continue reading

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Easter Holidays Egg-travaganza at Heritage Centre

A packed programme of Easter activities will be on offer at Eastwood’s D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre next month during the school holidays.

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Support for Sports Clubs

From volunteering and funding to safeguarding, sports clubs in Broxtowe can get advice on developing their clubs at a special evening in Trowell next month, hosted by Broxtowe Borough Council’s Sports Development team. The Club Development Evening on Thursday 3rd … Continue reading

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Sports Competitions Heat Up in Broxtowe

With the warmer weather and upcoming international sports events like the Commonwealth Games, the World Cup and Wimbledon just around the corner, Broxtowe residents are being encouraged to join their sporting hero’s and take on their own sporting challenge at … Continue reading

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Free Entry to Heritage Sites For Big Day Out

Visitors to Eastwood’s multi-award winning D.H. Lawrence Heritage will be able to enjoy the attraction for free next month, as part of BBC Radio Nottingham’s Big Day Out. The D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre on Mansfield Road and the D.H. Lawrence … Continue reading

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