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Nick Palmer writes: I’d like to analyse the issues on age and social care.
First, though, for those who are like me supporting Greg Marshall’s campaign. If you don’t have time to go out canvassing and leafleting, there are two simple things you can do: Continue reading
(9.30 – 15.30) Tuesday 23rd & (9.30 – 12.00) Wednesday 24th May 2017
This course covers all knowledge and skills required to meet the Health & Safety Executive and the UK Resuscitation Council guidelines. A certificate will be issued for attendance. We can offer the accredited version for those who are interested, but it will cost £10 and will include a 1 hour assessment at the end of the course. Participants will have the option to choose.
To be held at Oban House, 8 Chilwell Road, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1EJ. Car park and light refreshments available.
To book a place on this course, please email email@example.com or call 0115 917 8080
Tuesday 30th May: 10.00 – 11.00am. Kayaking
Ages: 10 -15 years who can swim over 50 metres and tread water for 1 minute. A fun filled session with games and activities in a Kayak; including; Kayak Rugby, Obstacle Courses, Kayak Dodge Ball, Relay Races and many more.
Price: £5.75. Main Pool
Wednesday 31st May: 10.00 – 11.00am. Flip ‘N’ Fun
Ages: 8 -15 years who can swim over 50 metres and tread water for 1 minute. This fun filled session gives children the opportunity to experience the FUNdamentals of diving. Price: £5.75. Main Pool
Thursday 1st June: 10.00 – 11.00am Snorkel & Flipper
Ages: 7 -15 years who can swim over 50 metres and tread water for 1 minute. Learn how to use a snorkel and flippers through games and underwater fun.
Price: £5.75. Main Pool
Friday 2nd June: 9.00 – 10.00am Rookie Lifeguard Taster
Ages: 8 -15 years who can swim over 50 metres and tread water for 1 minute
Learn how to tow a casualty, rescue an injured swimmer and fun skills such as relays and group games. Child must bring T-shirt and shorts to wear on top of swimming costume/shorts. Price: £5.75. Main Pool
Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes: Crime updates from the last few days on Broxtowe South:-
16-17/05/2017 – Farm Road, Chilwell – attempt
16-17/052017 – Farm Road, Chilwell – Shed broken into – 2 cyles stolen, ywllow Voodoo cycle and black Cannondale Bad Boy cycle.
18/05/2017 – Grove Avenue, Beeston – Garage broken into and tools taken. Continue reading
Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes: A crime update for you:-
11/12/05/2017 – Russley Road, Bramcote
11/05/2017 – Sherwin Road, Stapleford
11/05/2017 – Rufford Avenue, Bramcote– attempt break
11/05/2017 – Russley Road, Bramcote – Garage broken into, items stolen and a Raleigh cycle
11/05/2017 – Great Hoggett Drive, Chilwell – items stolen from garden and outside store
12/05/2017 – Dennis Avenue, Beeston – cycle stolen
12/05/2017 – Derby Road, Bramcote – 3 cycles stolen, red Pinnacle cycle, grey Voodoo Masara, blue Sirrus cycle
12/05/2017 – Baskin Lane, Chlwell
13/05/2017 – Windsor Street, Stapleford – Garage broken into
14/05/2017 – Trevone Avenue, Stapleford – Garage broken into
Can we remind residents to keep garage and shed doors locked where possible.
11/05/2017 – Beeston Town Centre – Theft of a black and grey Yamaha MT125 motorcyle
11/05/2017 – Villa Street, Beeston – Theft of a bright blue Mongoose
14/05/2017 – Meadow Road, Beeston – Theft of vehicle from driveway
12/05/2017 – Foster Avenue, Beeston – locked black Carrera cycle stolen
13/05/2017 – Heathfield Grove, Chilwell – House burglary
10/05/2017 – County Close, Beeston Rylands – theft from motor vehicle
11/05/2017 – Valmont Road, Bramcote – Reg plates stolen from a vehicle.
12/05/2017 – Beeston Town Centre – theft of a purse from a shopping trolley.
Beeston Police Station Neighbourhood Policing Team
Broxtowe South Cluster
Outgoing Mayor, Councillor Graham Harvey passes on the chain of office to new Mayor, Councillor Halimah Khaled MBE
Councillor Halimah Khaled MBE was installed as the 41st Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe last night (Wednesday 17th May) at the Annual Meeting of Broxtowe Borough Council.
Halimah was joined by friends and family from across the local community on this very special occasion including her husband Laeeq, who will escort her on official engagements over the coming year, and their sons, daughter in law and grandson.
Councillor Khaled, a Conservative Councillor for Toton and Chilwell Meadows takes over from past Mayor (2016/17), Councillor Graham Harvey following his successful year in office which saw him undertake 333 engagements and raise over £9,100 for Prostate Cancer UK with the final total to be confirmed. Continue reading
Click on this link to read the Liberal Democrats General Election Manifesto.
See Manifesto at a Glance.
Nick Palmer writes: It’s here: http://www.labour.org.uk/index.php/manifesto2017
I’ll leave you to decide for yourself and compare with the Tory manifesto on Thursday, but do read it. It’s the kind of programme that made me join Labour, and a breath of fresh air in our stale political climate. If you vote for it, regardless of the overall outcom you’re voting for genuine renewal in Bitish politics.
And that’s not before time.
See Labour Manifesto 2017, Funding Britain’s Future and Labour’s Tax Transparency and Enforcement Programme
Jane Parke, from Market Development and Site Services Worksop writes:
The service we offer is the delivery of meals, hot or frozen to the door, plus a safe and well check. It is up to the customer to decide which service is best for them.
The frozen service gives the customer the choice of choosing from the whole brochure the meals and desserts they require. The order can be any amount but a minimum of five. This can also be as frequently as you require. A set day will be agreed and the meals will be delivered and placed in the freezer, these can be reheated in a conventional oven, microwave or steamer when required.
Welcome to Broxtowe Enews, brought to you by the Liberal Democrats and edited by David Watts, on behalf of the Lib-Dems in Broxtowe. It’s quite a short newsletter this week but there are some important things happening. Continue reading
This is your chance to quiz the Candidates standing to represent YOU and Broxtowe in Parliament as your next MP. Which one will you choose?
The Hustings will take place at 7pm on Monday 22nd May at The Pastures Community Church, Pasture Road, Stapleford.
All candidates are being invited to attend the event.
REGISTER TO VOTE
The candidates are:
Tim Hallam, Liberal Democrats
Fran Loi, UK Independence Party
Greg Marshall, Labour Party
Pat Morton, Green Party
Anna Soubry, Conservative Party
Barry Morrison reported yesterday:
On 10 May a mobility scooter was left, apparently abandoned, next to the bus stop outside Bramcote Newsagents/Post Office, next to the Sherwin Arms. Does anyone know of someone who could have accidentally lost a mobility scooter(Yep, I know it sounds strange). Someone phoned the police and the answer was ”It’s not a police matter”.
I haven’t been out, in the rain, to check but presume it is still there. If anyone passes, please take a photo and email to us to publish.”
For full details see the Hemlock Happening website.
Message sent by Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National) Following the ransomware cyber attack on Friday 12 May which affected the NHS and is believed to have affected other organisations globally, the City of London Police’s National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has issued an alert urging both individuals and businesses to follow protection advice immediately and in the coming days. Ransomware is a form of malicious software (Malware) that enables cyber criminals to remotely lock down files on your computer or mobile device. Criminals will use ransomware to extort money from you (a ransom), before they restore access to your files. There are many ways that ransomware can infect your device, whether it be a link to a malicious website in an unsolicited email, or through a security vulnerability in a piece of software you use. Continue reading