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The Armed Forces Covenant sets out the relationship between the nation, the government and the armed forces. It recognises that the whole nation has a moral obligation to current and former members of the armed forces and their families, and it sets out how they should expect to be treated. Find out more about the Covenant Fund.
The Community Right to Bid ('the Right'), which is also known as Assets of Community Value is a community right derived from the Localism Act 2011 intended to increase community empowerment. Find out more about the Right and the Assets of Community Value within Broxtowe.
Broxtowe Borough Partnership is the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) for the borough of Broxtowe. The Partnership is built in the spirit of co-operation, with members who are committed to working together towards the same objectives. Find out more about the work the Broxtowe Borough Partnership does.
The Broxtowe Lotto is a community lottery scheme. Find out more about registering as a good cause or buying tickets.
The Broxtowe Maps facility makes it easier than ever for visitors to the Council's website to find out more about local services in and around their area. Find out more about the various Maps we have available.
Community Action Teams (CATs) meetings are held throughout the Borough. The meetings are open to all residents and offer a friendly environment in which to make suggestions about how to improve your area and raise any issues that concern you. Find out more about your local CAT Meeting.
Broxtowe Borough Council is supporting the Dementia Friends campaign to help people develop an understanding of dementia and turn it into action to help people in their community living with the disease. Find out more about the work we do to help those living with Dementia.
Addresses, contact information, and details about all of the Halls for Hire within the Borough of Broxtowe.
Information on what you need to do if you're hosting an event in Broxtowe.
The Council achieves its community goals through the South Notts Community Safety Partnership, the Broxtowe Borough Partnership and numerous individual projects, relationships and shared services.