Saint Michael and All Angels Parish Church in Bramcote received some extra help towards their new disabled access to the church on Saturday, thanks to a cheque delivered by the Mayor of Broxtowe, Councillor Halimah Khaled MBE, and Rt. Hon. Anna Soubry MP.
Vicar Rev Paul Reynolds, the representative of the church, was presented with a cheque for £4278 as part of Broxtowe Borough Council’s Capital Grants Scheme, contributing 25% towards the cost for the works. Also present were Bramcote Ward Councillor Martin Plackett and Dr John Hart, St Michael’s Resources Committee Chair.
For more information about grant aid please visit https://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/grantaid, e-mail email@example.com, or call 0115 917 7777.
Hello again, With apologies – this is a very long email newsletter! From now on and as much as I can, I will return to weekly updates.
There are lots of Christmas events (my thanks to the organisers of this mornings Victorian Christmas Market in Greasley) in the diary at the end of the newsletter. The Stapleford Christmas lights switch on is at 5.30pm today and Kimberley’s first Christmas Market is tomorrow. See you there!
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Does anyone know when this road will re-open?
Pay just £9.99 with nothing more to pay until 20th January 2018!
This fantastic offer is only available from Friday 24th to Monday 27th November
Sign up must be done at one of Liberty Leisure Limited’s three centres; Bramcote Leisure Centre, Chilwell Olympia or Kimberley Leisure Centre during the promotional period.
Your membership lets you use the facilities at all three centres, that’s; 3 fully kitted gyms – with new Technogym kit, a new Spa, 2 pool facilities, over 180 exercise classes a week with everything from Kettlebells to Spinning, Pilates to Yoga, Pump to Boot Camp and Aquafit to Swimfit.
Tickets cost £15 per person and include return coach travel from Broxtowe, a guided tour of Westminster Palace and free time in London.
Places are reserved on a first come first served basis.
For more information please contact Anna Soubry’s office on 0115 943 6507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nick Palmer (former Labour Party MP) Writes: Many of us who liked Greg Marshall’s campaign style in the 2017 election will be glad to hear that he’s been selected by Labour (with 92% of the membership supporting him) to stand next time. Broxtowe is one of the first seats in Britain to select its Labour candidate, reflecting the closeness of the result last time. With luck the Greens will swing behind Greg this time, making it closer still. Continue reading
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 and raise awareness of violence against women and urges as many people as possible to wear the ribbon for a week starting on 25th November, the International Day for the Eradication of Violence Against Women.
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 and events for the Council have also been shortlisted in the awards in the Sports and Leisure Facility Management category, with Bramcote Leisure shortlisted for Best Performer and Chilwell Olympia Sports Centre for Most Improved.
Lyrical soNGbirds is a lively, dedicated group of about 15 women who take our music seriously and wish to recruit a new MD to start early in 2018 and work with us to develop our choir to its maximum potential. We meet term-time, Tuesday 10am-12noon at Bramcote, Nottingham.
We seek an accomplished musician with experience of conducting choirs, willing to encompass a variety of musical styles. An hourly teaching rate is paid for rehearsals, subject to negotiation.
Contact Iona: 0115 846 2205 or email@example.com
Anna Soubry spoke about her death threats on BBC Radio 4 today. See this article on the BBC Website.
Bramcote residents will recall this tragedy and the aftermath, including Tony Smith’s petition to introduce traffic calming measures. Many previous associated articles can be read here.
Today, the two survivors were jailed for their part in this reckless act. The following is taken from the Nottingham Post – click here for the full article.
The four men were in two cars racing each other at “frightening” speeds on the A52 near Nottingham, a court heard.
One of the cars, a Honda, smashed through a central reservation and into the path of an oncoming lorry, killing Gurdip Singh Kareer, 41, and driver Kyle O’Connor, 22, instantly.
Latham Wilbraham and Kyle Bennett, in the other car, were both given six year jail terms at Nottingham Crown Court.
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 their key findings summary in my comment below.
Following the problems with Travellers earlier in the year Broxtowe Borough Council are fitting a height restriction barrier at the Car Park to Bramcote Park off Ilkeston Road.
This will allow cars and vehicles under 2 metres in height unrestricted access, but will stop larger vehicles and caravans etc. The car park will remain open 24 hours. I am told that the Emergency Services have keys to such Barriers.
The post will be in a few days to let the concrete set, then the top will be attached and left in an open position for a short while. A sign will go up to warn people and the barrier will be moved across after a certain date.
Councillor Richard MacRae
Stapleford North Ward
Stapleford Town Council
Broxtowe Borough Council
0774 034 4427
Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National) writes: The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has identified a number of reports where job seekers are being targeted by fraudsters trying to obtain personal and banking details from them, or requesting money to secure accommodation. Continue reading