Author Archives: Steve Austin

News From Broxtowe Liberal Demcrats 24 June 2017

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. … Continue reading

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Please Complete the Cyber/Scam Opinion Survey

  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 … Continue reading

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Stapleford Carnival 2017 – 2 September 2017

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Our Theatre Royal Nottingham. It’s Stories, People and Heritage

See  also Heritage Flyer

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Bramcote Hills Park Community Cafe – Architects Plans Received

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 … Continue reading

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Get Your Skates on to Support Homeless People

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 … Continue reading

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News From Anna Soubry MP, 22 June 2017

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”, … Continue reading

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Sprinklers for all Nottingham City Council’s Tower Blocks

Click on the link to read the BBC News article. Click on the link to read the Nottingham Post article.

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Japanese Knotweed in Kilburn Close, Bramcote Moor

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 … Continue reading

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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:

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Broxtowe Matters June 2017

Has your copy been delivered? If you haven’t seen it, click on Broxtowe Matters June 2017 Source: Broxtowe Borough Council Press Release.

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Advanced Roadworks Bulletin -Temporary Prohibition of Driving A6007 Ilkeston Road, Bramcote

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 … Continue reading

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trentbarton Bus Routes 18, 21 and Sunday Service 20

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 … Continue reading

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Crime Update 19 June 2017

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 … Continue reading

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White Hills Park Federation – All Schools Rated Good in Latest Ofsted Inspections

Three schools across the White Hills Park Federation have all received three good ratings from Ofsted – rising from the previous ratings of requires improvement. See Nottingham Post

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The Bramcote School Summer Celbration

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Things May be Changing for You…

trentbarton write: From Sunday 9 July 2017, Broadmarsh bus station will close its doors and kick out the pigeons to make way for a shiny new bus station and car park. The work is expected to last for two years, … Continue reading

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Crime Update 15 June 2017

Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes: Lovely spot of good weather over the latter part of the week and the weekend – please be mindful of windows and doors being open….opportunist thieves love the warm weather!! Please … Continue reading

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Crime Alert Update

Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes: Crime update for last couple of days over Broxtowe South cluster:- Theft of Motor Vehicle:- Dennis Avenue, Beeston – 11/06/2017 – Theft of a Yamaha Ferago 535. Theft from Motor Vehicle:- … Continue reading

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Dinosaurs of China Exhibition at Wollaton Hall Museum

Dinosaurs of China is a one-time only world exclusive exhibition of dinosaurs coming to Europe for the first time. Wollaton Hall, Nottingham, will host the main exhibition, with a complementary exhibition at Lakeside Arts, running from 1 July – 29 … Continue reading

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