Latest News and COVID-19 Updates from Broxtowe Borough Council

Latest News and COVID-19 Updates from Broxtowe Borough Council

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18 February 2022

In this newsletter:

  • The Mayor’s Charity Fundraiser – Come along tomorrow night!

  • Strong winds expected to hit Nottinghamshire this weekend

  • COVID Sanctuary Clinic at Beeston Library
  • COVID-19 MediVan in Beeston

  • Get discounts at Notts Country Parks with Green Rewards
  • The Broxtowe Mediation Partnership
  • ‘101 Ways To Keep Your Child Active’ at Beeston Library

The Mayor’s Charity Fundraiser – Come along tomorrow night!


Haven’t got any this weekend and looking for something to do?

The Mayor of Broxtowe is hosting a charity fundraising event tomorrow night at Oliver’s Pub & Kitchen – tickets are £20 and this includes a small meal, DJ and live entertainment from “Condragulation Extravaganza”.

All proceeds go to Broxtowe Youth Homelessness.

Location: Oliver’s Pub & Kitchen in Eastwood, NG16 3NQ

Date: Saturday 19th February

Time: Doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start and the event lasts until 11pm

To book call Oliver’s Pub & Kitchen on 01773 717 365.

Find out more

Strong winds expected to hit Nottinghamshire this weekend

strong winds

Storm Eunice is going to continue to cause strong winds across Nottinghamshire this weekend. We are advising residents to stay safe by:

  • Securing any loose objects such a ladders, garden furniture and anything that could be blown into windows and other glazing
  • Closing and securely fastening doors and windows, particularly those on the windward side of the house
  • Parking vehicles in a garage if available – otherwise try to keep them away from trees, walls and fences
  • If possible please help out any elderly family, friends or neighbours that may need some extra support to stay safe

This morning we have shared information on our parks and open spaces across our social media channels – please visit our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates.

Find out more

COVID Sanctuary Clinic at Beeston Library

beeston library

The NHS will be hosting a drop in session at Beeston Library on Saturday 19th February. The session is designed for people who have concerns about getting a COVID vaccination, to talk in confidence about their concerns with an NHS practitioner.

If you know of someone who may benefit from talking to someone, please share this information.

COVID-19 MediVan in Beeston

The COVID-19 MediVan will be at the Beeston Tram Interchange in Beeston Town Centre on Monday 21st Feb.

The van will be in Beeston between 9:30am and 3:30pm.

Vaccinations are for 18s and over and you can get your first, second and booster jab on the van.

If you know someone that has been struggling to get an appointment or make it to a vaccination site, please share this information with them.

There’s no need to book, just turn up.

Get discounts at Notts Country Parks with Green Rewards

green rewards

If you’re a Broxtowe resident and you’ve signed up for Green Rewards, you’re eligible for discounts on hot beverages and exciting activities (including boating and adventure golf) at these country parks in Nottinghamshire:

  • Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve
  • Rufford Abbey Country Park
  • Holme Pierrepont Country Park

Rufford Abbey Country Park is offering 10% off the price of a hot beverage at the Coachhouse Café to app users, with Holme Pierrepont Country Park offering 20% off hot drinks.

People visiting Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve will receive a discount of 20% on a standard hot beverage from the Visitor Centre café by presenting their Green Rewards app along with a Sherwood Arrow bus ticket.

Rufford Abbey Country Park will offer app users a 10% discount on boating (April – October) or adventure golf (throughout 2022).

The Broxtowe Mediation Partnership


The Broxtowe Mediation Partnership is a confidential service run by Citizens Advice Broxtowe (CAB) and Broxtowe Youth Homelessness (BYH) for Broxtowe residents who are experiencing conflict with their neighbours, landlord or those within their household.

As mediators The Broxtowe Mediation Partnership offer free, impartial, unbiased support to individuals to help them explore ways in which their conflict may be resolved.

Referrals can be made via email to The BMP can also be contacted by phone on 01773 768 363.

Find out more

‘101 Ways To Keep Your Child Active’ at Beeston Library

children playing

Starting on 4th March Beeston Library will be holding weekly free courses for parents with children aged between 2 and 6 years old.

The courses will be hosted over 5 weeks and will take place between 1.30pm and 2.30pm every Friday between 4th March and 1st April. The courses are centered around helping adults to develop ideas on how to engage their children in activity.

Call 01623 677 200, email or follow the link below to sign up – spaces are limited!

Sign up

Support Available


If you develop symptoms of COVID-19, stay at home and self-isolate immediately. If you have a positive test result but do not have symptoms, stay at home and self-isolate as soon as you receive the results.

Learn more

Support to get essential supplies

If you are vulnerable and need help to get food, medicine or community support, please get in touch with the Nottinghamshire Community Support Hub or call 0300 500 80 80

Financial support

In some circumstances, if you are required by law to self-isolate, you may be supported by a payment of £500, payable from Broxtowe Borough Council. Find out more about this scheme and other financial support at or call 0115 917 7777

Mental health

The impact of the pandemic on you and your loved ones and not being able to enjoy all of the activities you would normally be involved in can all have an impact on your health. It is important to remember to look after yourself. Useful resources to support you, your family and friends can be found at or call the Nottinghamshire Mental Health Helpline between 9.00am and 1.00pm, seven days a week on 0300 555 0730.

Accessing NHS services

If you have symptoms or a health concern you are worried about, please contact your GP practice. GP practices are still open and here for you. When you call your practice, you may be offered a consultation online or over the phone. If they feel they need to see you in person, they will invite you in for a face to face appointment. Read more for guidance at

Staying up to date

The easiest way to stay up to date is by checking our dedicated Coronavirus webpages.

They contain useful information on:

We also share daily updates on our social media accounts and will be sending you this email bulletin every Friday.

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