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Neighbourhood Planning At The Playday Margaret Downie, Town Clerk, Stapleford Town Council writes: Stapleford Town Council is almost ready to take its draft Neighbourhood Plan out to public consultation. As pretaster to the public consultations Town Councillors and members of … Continue reading
As a priority, Stapleford Town Team have been obtaining quotes from local businesses to repaint the street furniture, introduce new planters along the length of the high street, to create a sensory garden at the Roach and an activity park … Continue reading
SHOO SHOO Baby Christmas Party Thursday 8 December 2016 7.30pm at St Helen’s Parish Church Stapleford.
The nights are fair drawing in, the leaves are falling and Christmas Trees are twinkling from so many shop windows. Time to think about celebrating the Festive Season, so why not get the party started at the Shoo Shoo Baby … Continue reading
Thanks to the Stapleford Town Team FREE WIFI for Stapleford Town Centre is one step closer to becoming a reality. Following a past meeting with retail expert Bill Grimsey in 2015 the Stapleford Town Team put together a wish list. One … Continue reading
Margaret C Downie, Town Clerk of Stapleford Town Council writes : Just a quick reminder that the OPEN MEETING RE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING will be held on Wednesday, 27th July 2016 at 7.00p.m. in the Carnegie Centre, Warren Avenue, Stapleford.
Stapleford Town Council will be holding a Coffee Morning in support of Armed Forces Day on Friday 24th June 2016 at 10.00a.m.-12noon in the Carnegie Centre, Warren Ave, Stapleford. All monies raised will be donated to Services Charities.
Carnegie Civic & Community Centre, Warren Avenue, Stapleford, Nottingham Rt Hon Anna Soubry M.P. , House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA 17th May 2016 Dear Anna, I write in reply to comments made in your recent Newsletter (which I … Continue reading
Councillor Richard MacRae has advised the Stapleford Town Clerk has kindly set up a Book of Condolence for the Victims of the Tunisia Shooting. Located inside The Carnegie Hall, Warren Avenue, Stapleford until 3pm today (Friday) then reopens from Monday.
Stapleford Town Council invites you to a Coffee Morning in support of Armed Forces Day on Friday 26th June 2015 at 10.00a.m.-12noon at the Carnegie Centre, Warren Ave, Stapleford. All monies raised donated to Services Charities.
Richard MacRae writes: If you want to share this as there is a lot on the greenbelt review as Stephan Saunders was at the meeting so could be good for your readers to watch and listen to what he says. … Continue reading
Click on this link to read the Nottingham Post article.
Click here to read the Nottingham Post article about Kevin Thomas, the Mayor of Stapleford.
Residents started their Christmas in Stapleford last week as three local sporting heroes visited the town to officially begin the festive season. Special guests Double Olympian and Beijing Bronze Medal Winning Swimmer Joanne Jackson; European Bronze Medal Winner 2014 in … Continue reading
Stapleford Town Councillor Richard MacRae writes: At the full Council Meeting of Broxtowe Borough Council tonight they will be talking about filming of meetings. The agenda can be found on Broxtowe Borough Council website by clicking this link. See also … Continue reading
Zoe Cockcroft, Chair STRAG writes: For your information the following important meetings are taking place this coming week. Do go along and ask questions and interact with your local Councillors who were elected to represent your views.
Stapleford Town Councillor Richard MacRae has been pressing for Stapleford Town Council Meetings to be filmed so what is being said by Councillors can be fully recorded. This has been resisted by the other Councillors. However The Department of Communities … Continue reading
Click on this link to read the Nottingham Post article about Amanda Hull’s decision to leave the Liberal Democrats and to continue as an Independent on Stapleford Town Council in order to become an advisor to Stapleford Community Group.
Congratulations to Richard MacRae and John Longdon on being elected as Town Councillors in the By Election held yesterday. The Full Result is as follows: Richard Danny MacRae – Independent – 503 Votes John Longdon – Conservative – 272 Votes … Continue reading
An election will be held to fill two vacancies in the North Ward of Stapleford Town Council on Thursday 23rd January 2014. Local residents who normally vote at New Stapleford Community Centre, Washington Drive are reminded that for this election … Continue reading
Richard MacRae writes: Stapleford Town Councillor Christine Wombwell has stepped down from her position as Stapleford North Ward Councillor. Councillors Brian and Christine Wombwell both moved to Somerset earlier this year but remained on Stapleford Town Council. There is now … Continue reading