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Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes:
Theft from Motor Vehicle
21/06/2017 – Suffolk Avenue, Beeston – Vehicle entered and items stolen from within.
21/06/2017 – Willoughby Street, Beeston – Vehicle entered and tools stolen.
22/06/2017 – Hawthorne Avenue, Stapleford – Vehicle entered and items stolen from within.
23- 24/06/2017 – Wollaton Road – vehicle entered and items stolen.
23 – 25/06/2017 – Linden Grove, Beeston – Reg plates stolen.
24/06/2017 –Wollaton Road, Beeston – Vehicle entered and money stolen from within.
24/06/2017 – Gayrigg Court, Chilwell – vehicle entered and documents stolen.
25/06/2017 – Cliff Grove Avenue, Beeston – vehicle entered and items stolen from within.
25/06/2017 – Robinette Road, Beeston – vehicle entered, nothing stolen on this occasion. Continue reading
We are informed by Councillor Steve Carr that Bridle Road will be closed From Monday 23rd October 2017 To Friday 24th November 2017 (Daily Closures Only). For more information, Please Click Here
When Stan Heptinstall was our County Councillor, he chaired the Traffic & Transport Committee and representatives from The Police, Trent Barton and local Councillors all attended this meeting.
Over the years there have been many positive changes made down to decisions agreed at this meeting and it gave Trent Barton the opportunity to let local Councillors know what was going on with any changes they were going to make.
We were in fact told by representatives of Trent Barton at the Stapleford Town Council meeting last Friday that Nottinghamshire County Council were fully aware of the upcoming changes to the Route 18 that will effect many local people. It a shame the voice of Stapleford at Nottinghamshire County Council never let anyone know about this. Continue reading
David Watts writes: Well, what a couple of weeks we have had. The election two weeks ago produced a result no-one expected and since then so much seems to have happened. The horror of Grenfell Court will resonate for many years. Nevertheless I hope that people were as inspired as I was by the huge response of the public to help. This sort of tragedy really can bring out the very best in people.
After all the politics of the last few weeks I have decided to concentrate this week on events and leave any political comment for the future. Continue reading
Mike Douglas, Neighbourhood Alert Product Director writes: As part of the continued development of the Alert system we have been working with Action Fraud and the Home Office to enable us to provide you with specific advice and guidance based on your circumstances and understanding about specific techniques used by organised gangs and cyber criminals.
This is about tailoring the service you receive based on you and your requirements so that your messages are more relevant and useful to you. To do this we need you to take a few minutes to complete the Action Fraud Cyber survey. Continue reading
David Watts writes: We are delighted to have received the revised architects plans from Pinelog, who are designing and building the cafe. These were on display last Saturday at the Hemlock Happening and we would like to thank the many hundreds of people who visited our stall. There was unanimous praise for the design and we will be moving towards applying for planning permission shortly.
Click on this link to see all visuals on display at the Hemlock Happening.
Party-goers in Nottingham can do their bit to support homeless people by pulling on a pair skates and dancing the night away.
Skateland Roller Skating Rink in Prospect Place, Lenton, is holding a fun-packed fancy dress roller disco on the evening of Saturday, July 1st in aid of Framework.
The event, which will feature music from the 80s, 90s, 00s, comes at the end of the charity’s annual Do It For Framework Week – seven days of activities to raise vital funds and increase awareness about its work.
Tickets are £6 per adult and £4 for children, with all proceeds going to Framework. Tickets can be purchased at www.frameworkha.org/rollerskate Continue reading
Anna Soubry writes:It’s just over a year since Jo Cox was murdered by an extreme right wing terrorist. Within days of many of us gathering to celebrate Jo’s belief that “we have more in common than that which divides us”, there was another hate filled attack in London. This time the target were Muslims and it seems the attacker was motivated by a hatred of Islam, no doubt based on ignorance and intolerance.
As we basked in the weekend sunshine at Great Get Togethers, it was also a time to reflect on where we are as a society – as a country. The last twelve months have indeed been momentous, but I am far from convinced we have emerged a better, more united people. Indeed, I believe we are more divided and the language of hate permeates through too much of British life. Continue reading
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Sam Routley writes: A small clump of Japanese Knotweed has been found growing in a neighbour’s garden on Kilburn Close, Bramcote Moor.
This has appeared 6 months after work by a garden clearance company who may have brought it in on their boots / tools.
Japanese Knotweed is an invasive plant that is very difficult to control and will break through concrete including house foundations. The presence of this plant on any property can make it difficult to obtain a mortgage and it can be expensive to eradicate if allowed to become established. It can devalue both the property and neighbouring properties by tens of thousands of pounds.
Plans are in hand to kill the plant that has been found, but neighbours are advised to keep an eye in their own gardens in case the plant has already spread, which it does through underground roots. It needs to be treated with a Glyphosate weedkiller, repeatedly for about 5 years, and any remnants burned. Neighbours are advised against trying to dig it up unless you are prepared to dig down 3 meters, and 8 meters across! It is illegal to dispose of it in any of your bins as it is considered as controlled waste.
Following the devastating fire at Grenfell Town in London last week, there is understandably concern about the safety of Council buildings and the fire safety measures in place.
Broxtowe Borough Council is reassuring its tenants with the following information: Continue reading
Has your copy been delivered? If you haven’t seen it, click on Broxtowe Matters June 2017
Source: Broxtowe Borough Council Press Release.
A6007 Ilkeston Road, Bramcote – From its junction with A6002 Coventry Lane to its junction with A52 Derby Road (Bramcote island).
From 21:00hrs Sunday 3rd September 2017 to 06:00hrs Monday 4th September.
Click on BR17-058 Advanced Roadworks Bulletin for details.
Source: Councillor Steve Carr.
Peter Chatfield writes: The revised timetables for 9 July are now on the trentbarton pages. (18 21 20) The only thing I note is that reference is still made to the Happy and and the Jaguar as timing points although they no longer exist. Also the Chequers in Stapleford has been renamed.
Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes:
Lovely weather set to continue but don’t forget to keep an eye on windows and doors. Please make sure they are locked before you go to bed.
Check on elderly neighbours where possible during the warm spell.
Burglary other than Dwelling:-
15/06/2017 – Bembridge Court, Bramcote – attempt garage break.
16-17/06/2017 – Rufford Avenue, Bramcote – Shed broken into and a Specilized cycle stolen.
16/06/2017 – Stapleford Road, Trowell – garage broken into and tools stolen.
16/06/2017 – Baulk Lane, Stapleford – garage broken into, nothing stolen on this occasion. Continue reading
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Three schools across the White Hills Park Federation have all received three good ratings from Ofsted – rising from the previous ratings of requires improvement.
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