Community Cohesion

Community Cohesion

Broxtowe is home to many diverse communities that make up the fabric of this borough, whilst also facing their own unique challenges.

As such we want to encourage all individuals to align their values of equal and fair living by learning more about one another, to help build a more tolerant and understanding living space for all.

On this page you will find useful links which will increase your knowledge on various communities as well as help and advice on ways to improve community cohesion.

What is Community Cohesion? 

Building cohesive communities brings huge benefits by creating a society in which people from different ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds can live and work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding.

Community volunteering opportunities

Broxtowe Volunteering (Opens in a new window)  are in contact with local community, voluntary and self-help groups in Broxtowe. 

Residents can use the website to search for local groups, news and volunteering opportunities across the borough. 

For more volunteering opportunities please visit the do-it.org website (Opens in a new window)

Cohesion support available

Tell us about any problems you're having with anti-social behaviour. You can report any anti-social behaviour via our online form (Opens in a new window)

If you are experiencing a hate crime, you can report it to the police by dialing 101 or ring 999 if it's an emergency

You can read Broxtowe's Borough Council's hate crime policy here  (Opens in a new window)

You can also find information on Broxtowe Borough Council's approach to Hate Crime on our Hate Crime page 


Contact
Broxtowe Borough Council
tel: 0115 917 7777