- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Anti Social Behaviour
- Crime and Community Safety
- Community Safety Partnership
- Community Safety Drop In Sessions
- CCTV Surveillance Systems
- Domestic Violence and Abuse
- Drugs & Alcohol
- Emergency Planning
- Hate Crime
- Modern Slavery
- Severe Weather
- Terrorism and Extremism
If you think you have Corornavirus, you should follow the Government's guidance on what to do (Opens in a new window).
Nottinghamshire Community Support and Volunteering Hub
Broxtowe Borough Council is working with Nottinghamshire County Council and other agencies to coordinate a range of support packages for our most vulnerable residents at risk from Coronavirus. If you need urgent non-medical support, or if you are worried about an elderly or vulnerable neighbour, please get in touch.
Search for support online (Opens in a new window) or call the hub on 0300 500 8080.
See the latest updates about Council services which may be affected by COVID-19, including waste and recycling collections, housing services, parks and open spaces and Committee Meetings.
Support for you
Organisations who can offer support if you are experiencing a bereavement as a result of COVID-19 and to sign our online book of condolence, visit our Bereavement support page.
Support for business
Information on business grants, business rates relief and where you can get advice.
Broxtowe Community Appeal
We recently ran a community appeal to raise £10,000 to support community and mutual aid groups who are helping vulnerable local people get by during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Find out more on our Broxtowe Community Appeal page.
Staying up to date
The easiest way to stay up to date with the Council's updates is:
- By checking this webpage
- Following us on social media at www.facebook.com/BroxtoweBoroughCouncil (Opens in a new window) or @broxtowebc on Twitter
- Signing up to our Latest News Email Me Service at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/emailme
- NHS Website (Opens in a new window)
- Government Covoid-19 website (Opens in a new window)
- Public Health England website (Opens in a new window)
Advice in other formats
Doctors of the World are providing regular updates of translated guidance based on the NHS and the UK government’s advice and health information. The information is translated with the support of British Red Cross, Migrant Help, Clear Voice, and the Eastern European Resource Centre and is aimed at the migrant and asylum-seeking communities in the UK.