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Enjoy special videos from recent Council events by subscribing to the Broxtowe Borough Council YouTube channel.
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The Council shares short video clips of recent projects and events using YouTube, a popular video streaming website that allows users to upload and share videos with each other for free.

Find 'broxtowebc' on YouTube

As well as being able to find specific videos using the site's search facility, you can also choose to receive updates by subscribing to the Council's YouTube channel.

How we use YouTube

The Council produced a series of short videos to promote the Bridge the Gap campaign, an intergenerational project that aimed to improve perceptions between younger and older residents of the borough by encouraging them to engage more frequently with one another.

The Council uploaded a series of videos to its dedicated YouTube 'channel', allowing anyone interested to get a taste of the following activities on offer in their area:

  • Case studies of positive young people volunteering across the borough
  • Pupils from Eastwood Comprehensive School sharing their thoughts on anti social behaviour
  • Footage from a lively Lindy Hop dance session with pupils from Sunnyside Primary School, Beeston

How to use YouTube

You don't need a YouTube account to enjoy the videos, although joining the site will mean you're able to post comments and tell us what you think about each video.

By subscribing to the Council's YouTube channel, you will receive updates whenever a new video is placed online as well as being able to 'share' videos with your friends and family.

Please note that Broxtowe Borough Council is not responsible for the content of websites not owned by the Council.

Contact us

What do you think about the way the Council is using social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter? We would love to hear your views and suggestions to make the service even better.

For more information and to share your ideas, please contact us using the details provided opposite.

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Subscribe to the Council's YouTube channel.

Page Last Updated: 13/08/2010