Category Archives: Broxtowe Borough Council

COMMUNITY URGED TO HAVE THEIR SAY ON THE FUTURE OF BEESTON TOWN HALL

BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL is seeking the views of the local community on the future of the Town Hall building, on Foster Avenue in Beeston, as it continues to look for ways to save money to meet the financial challenges it … Continue reading

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Beeston Car Parks To Temporarily Close In January

Visitors to Beeston Town Centre are being made aware of the temporary closure of two car parks due to ground investigation work for the redevelopment of the town centre. From Monday 8th January 2018, the Former Fire Station and Station … Continue reading

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New bin collection dates from next week

BROXTOWE RESIDENTS are reminded that new bin collections come into effect next week and that they should check their new calendar for their collection day. New bin calendars have been sent to every household ahead of the changes, which start … Continue reading

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BROXTOWE SUPPORTS NATIONAL ANTI-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CAMPAIGN

WHITE RIBBON PLEDGES will be made across Broxtowe next week as the Borough Council encourages employees, Councillors, partners, and local residents to pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about domestic violence. Each year the campaign seeks to educate … Continue reading

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BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL AND LIBERTY LEISURE LIMITED SHORTLISTED FOR AWARDS

BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL has been shortlisted for an award for its Parks, Open Spaces and Horticultural Services for the second year running at the Association of Public Services Excellence (APSE) Performance Network Awards. Liberty Leisure Limited, who manage leisure, sports … Continue reading

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Derby and Nottingham Metropolitan Area

Nottingham and Derby are planning to take over Broxtowe Borough Council. To see the leaflet in full click here.  Derby Nottingham Metropolitan Area The consultation ran over summer 2016 and the results and findings can be read here. I have added … Continue reading

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NEW BROXTOWE YOUTH MAYOR AIMS TO GIVE EVERYONE A VOICE

A 13 YEAR OLD from Beeston has been elected as Broxtowe’s new Youth Mayor. Alfie Russell, from Alderman White School in Bramcote, was voted in at a recent meeting of Broxtowe Youth Voice. Alfie’s first official engagement as Youth Mayor … Continue reading

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New Refuse Collection Schedule

Councillor Martin Plackett writes:- Broxtowe Borough Council NEW Refuse Collection schedule commences on MONDAY 4th DECEMBER. Collections will begin from 6.30am except glass which will remain at 7.00am. SOME collection DAYS WILL CHANGE. Roads effected in BRAMCOTE WARD ARE AS … Continue reading

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CHANGES TO BIN COLLECTIONS

CHANGES TO BIN COLLECTIONS in Broxtowe Borough will soon come in to effect and the Council is urging residents to keep an eye out for information about the changes, which will be coming through their letterboxes in the next few … Continue reading

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POPPY STREAM TO HONOUR FALLEN SOLDIERS

A STREAM of poppies, running down King Georges Park V in Bramcote will serve as a poignant tribute to fallen soldiers next year. Broxtowe Borough Council and Bramcote Conservation Society have been working together on the project, which will mark … Continue reading

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Silver Award for Broxtowe Neighbourhood Wardens

Broxtowe Borough Council’s Neighbourhood Wardens have been awarded silver in the Community Animal Welfare Footprints and RSPCA Innovator awards for their stray dog service. The team have won Bronze for the past two years. The Silver Stray Dog Footprint award … Continue reading

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Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum Consultation Meetings: 27 September and 11 October

Consultation Meetings 27 September and 11 October on the Bramcote Neighbourhood Plan All Bramcote residents should have received the consultation draft of the Bramcote Neighbourhood Plan. It is available on the Forum’s website http://bramcoteneighbourhoodforum.org.uk/ Broxtowe has since issued its draft … Continue reading

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Broxtowe Borough Council Local Plan Part 2

Councillor Martin Plackett writes:- I Hope this part of the Plan with its especial reference to BRAMCOTE will be useful to residents as they respond to the Consultation’ CONSULTATION BROXTOWE PART 2 PLAN Today begins the 6 week consultation period … Continue reading

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Flowers Galore!

Broxtowe Borough Council is moving towards making its flower beds more environmentally friendly. In previous years the Council planted its 171 flower beds with traditional bedding. Last year the Council trialled the planting of urban meadows at a number of … Continue reading

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Heritage Open Day at the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum

On Saturday 9th September the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum are opening their doors for FREE.  Enjoy a taster tour of the ground floor of the museum and see an interactive demonstration of the Victorian Wash-house.  The day is part of … Continue reading

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Topping up for safe play in Broxtowe

With the summer holidays in full swing, Broxtowe Borough Council is ensuring its parks are safe by topping up the bark surface on all of its play areas. Approximately 75 tonnes of additional play bark will be added to the … Continue reading

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Cookies Pond Bramcote – Flood Alleviation Works

Paul Summers, Broxtowe Borough Council, writes to Councillors Plackett, Doddy and Gould: Please note that following on from the recent potential overflow and flooding of Cookies pond( Westbourne Ct , Bramcote), Ms Adcock the Environment teams Project Officer  (she has … Continue reading

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More on Cookie’s Pond Ilkeston Road

Further updates from Councillor Martin Plackett:- Just left the site having viewed the Councils sterling work to avert a serious flood. Staff have been on duty through out the night and are taking steps to view the outlet with a … Continue reading

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Cookie’s Pond Ilkeston Road

Broxtowe Borough Council Bramcote Ward Councillor Martin Plackett writes:- Thanks to Broxtowe Borough Council’s staff’s sterling work serious flooding was averted last evening from Cookie’s Pond on Ilkeston Road in BRAMCOTE.   The site is continuing to be monitored by the Council.   … Continue reading

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£1000 Raised For Women’s Charity

A great British summer garden party has helped raised £1,000 for Wellbeing of Women, a charity which funds research into women’s reproductive health and childbirth. The Mayor of Broxtowe, Councillor Halimah Khaled MBE is supporting Wellbeing of Women as her … Continue reading

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