Latest News from Broxtowe Borough Council

Latest News from Broxtowe Borough Council

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8 April 2022


In this newsletter:

  • Bank Holiday Opening Hours and Bin Collections
  • Become A Litter Hero For Your Community
  • Broxtowe Health and Wellbeing Festival
  • Beeston Green Festival
  • Other news

Bank Holiday Opening Hours and Bin Collections

Bank Holiday opening hours

With the Easter Bank Holiday coming up next Friday 15th April, there will be some changes to our opening hours and bin collections.

Our offices will be closed on Good Friday, 15th April and Easter Monday, 18th April.

Bin collections on Good Friday will be collected as normal, however the following week your bins will be collected the day after your usual bin collection day. So if you normally have your bin collected on a Monday, it will be collected on the Tuesday instead.

You can find all of this information, as well as the opening hours of our leisure centres and D.H. Lawrence Museum on our website.

Find out more


Become A Litter Hero For Your Community

Sian, Todd and Jess litter picking

A big thank you to our residents that joined us for our last litter pick in Watnall on Sunday 3 April.

10 bags of waste were collected from Church Road woods.

A special thanks to Sian, Todd, Jess, Mr and Mrs Ozz, Lisa and Daisy the dog for all your hard work.

We have one more litter pick taking place as part of the Great British Spring Clean, happening tomorrow Saturday 9 April at Coronation Park, Eastwood. Our Neighbourhood Wardens will be meeting at 10am.

Come along and be a litter hero for your community, we can provide all the equipment you need to get involved.


Broxtowe Health and Wellbeing Festival

zumba

Broxtowe – get your heart pumping and your feet moving next Wednesday at the Health and Wellbeing Festival!

The festival will take place at Chilwell Olympia on 13 April between 10am and 3pm. This family-oriented event, delivered by Liberty Leisure, is designed to promote wellness and give families the opportunity to take part in a variety of free activities.

The activities will include (but are not limited to):

  • Spinning and zumba taster sessions
  • Walking football
  • Guided meditation
  • Massage and holistic therapy
  • Junior badminton
  • Bouncy castle and soft play

There will be stalls to visit, plenty of giveaways, fun with arts and crafts and opportunities to win prizes.

There will also be a bus offering drop-in COVID-19 vaccinations all day.


Beeston Green Festival

greenfest

Do you want to learn more about how you can live a greener lifestyle?

Come along to the Green Festival at Roundhill Primary School in Beeston, taking place on Saturday 23 April between 12pm and 3pm.

The Green Festival is free to attend and is a fantastic way for residents to find out how they can live a cleaner and greener life in Broxtowe.

The event will feature interactive stalls showcasing what people are doing locally to tackle climate change and protect our green spaces. Visitors will be able to learn from leading experts about Recycling, Composting, Climate Change, Wild flowers, Biodiversity and so much more!


Other news

Italian filmmaker comes to Eastwood

Return to Sea and Sardinia retracing D.H. Lawrence's steps a century on

Take in sun, travel, music and people. A new film, to be screened at Eastwood Town Council, Return to Sea and Sardinia, will make it possible for people to explore D.H. Lawrence’s journey from Sicily to Sardinia in 1921.

It was a voyage which was to inspire one of the writer’s most significant travel works, Sea and Sardinia.

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the book’s publication, the Fondazione Sardegna Film Commission supported Daniele Marzeddu to direct the film Return to Sea and Sardinia. The multi award-winning Italian director will be visiting Eastwood, which has been selected to host the film, as part of a limited number of viewings.

The town’s own D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum are pleased to host this, at the nearby Council Chamber, as the first of a series of pop-up cinema events.

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Summer Recycling Centre Opening Hours

Summer recycling centre opening hours

Whilst there may be a little chill in the air, Nottinghamshire recycling centres are summer ready.

The lighter nights mean they will stay open longer and by visiting in the evening you can avoid the busier times.

Don’t forget, you need to register your vehicle before visiting a site, which you can do on the MyNotts app.

Find out more

Route announced for Nottinghamshire stage of Tour of Britain

Tour of Britain banner held by 2 children with 2 cyclists and 2 other adults

The eagerly anticipated Nottinghamshire stage of this year’s Tour of Britain cycle race will once again start in West Bridgford and finish in Mansfield.

It is the third time the showpiece event will take place in the county and follows the hugely successful staging of the race in 2017 and 2018.

This year’s race returns to Nottinghamshire on Thursday 8 September and will see the fifth stage begin on Central Avenue in West Bridgford and end on Chesterfield Road South in Mansfield.

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Free school meal vouchers for Easter break

Free school meals this spring

Nottinghamshire County Council has confirmed that it intends to enable thousands of Nottinghamshire school children to benefit from free school meals during the Easter break.

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