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Bid confirmed for £40m ‘Levelling Up’ Link Road
As part of the government’s ‘Levelling Up’ fund, Nottinghamshire County Council is preparing a bid worth approximately £40m to fund the planned Toton Link Road.
It is expected that the Toton Link Road will encourage jobs, housing and business growth and make a significant contribution to Nottinghamshire’s economic growth.
Pre-construction work is already underway on the link road, but it is hoped that the Levelling Up Fund will lead to the government fully financing it.
New social media video showcases Beeston’s vibrant town centre
Beeston is booming – and our new video shows just what the town has to offer.
With the recent openings of The Beeston Social and Ottimo restaurant, the Beeston Square development is transforming the town centre.
Already home to the Arc cinema, the multi-million pound development, overseen by Broxtowe Borough Council, offers everything you need for a great night out.
Our Lifeline Service
At Broxtowe Borough Council we offer a service called Lifeline which provides support for older people, people with disabilities and those who are at risk of suffering a fall.
Lifeline provides 24-hour support to those who are vulnerable and want to live more independently via a unit which can be worn as a wristband or a pendant. This unit connects to an accredited UK-based Control Centre which can be contacted 24 hours a day if assistance is needed.
Lifeline costs as little as £3.93 a week and has many benefits including:
- 24 hour support when you need it
- It gives you confidence to live independently
- Your loved ones will be reassured that your personal safety is being monitored
- Flexibility with no minimum contract length
- Convenient monthly, quarterly or annual payments
- Service provided by professional, friendly staff
Beeston’s Craft, Gift & Food Fair
Don’t miss out on Broxtowe’s monthly Craft, Gift and Food Fair taking place tomorrow (2 July) at Beeston Square between 10am – 4pm.
There will be traders selling a wide variety of exciting and unique products, from treats to pamper your skin to quality upcycled home products. This Saturday you can expect to see:
Haze Naked Bath & Body – Organic soaps, body washes and candles
UK Trini Drinks – Carribean rum punch and ponche de creme
Bea’s classic beading – Beaded jewellery
The Frustrated Artist 72 – Handmade upcycled furniture, vases, gift sets and more
Ernehale Designs – Handmade bags, leather purses and wallets
P.J. Gifts – Dragons, fairies and gothic goodies
Old Meadows Embroidery – quality embroidered clothing
Come along, have fun and offer your support to Broxtowe’s hardworking independent traders!
Beeston Guides complete litter pick in Beeston
Thank you to 5th Beeston Guides, who did a litter pick through Beeston town centre and Broadgate Park this week.
20 pieces of rubbish were removed from the play parks trampoline alone and 8 bags of rubbish were filled in total.
Great team effort to help keep Broxtowe clean and green.
Plastic Bag Free Day – 3 July
It’s Plastic Bag Free Day on Sunday 3 July – this holiday raises awareness of how plastic bags can have a devastating effect on our planet.
This Sunday, challenge yourself to avoid using any plastic bags all day. If you’re planning on going shopping, take a reusable bag or any kind of carrier that isn’t plastic – it could be a tote bag, rucksack or even a handbag if you’re only shopping for a few small items.