- Reconnect this winter
- Armed Forces and Veterans
- Assets of Community Value
- Broxtowe Borough Partnership
- Broxtowe Lotto
- Broxtowe Maps
- CAT Meetings
- Census 2021
- Clean and Green Campaign
- Halls for Hire
- Live Well
- Reconnect this winter
- Support For Event Organisers
- Warm Homes
- Community Cohesion
- Broxtowe Holiday Activities and Food Programme 2021
Reconnect this winter
Whilst we may not be able to do some of the things we are used to this winter, there are still lots of things you can do to enjoy Broxtowe, reconnect with family and friends and support your wellbeing.
We’re encouraging local people to reconnect this winter by stopping for a moment or two to help you escape the everyday, do things that make you feel good, improve your wellbeing and help look after one another.
Reconnect with nature
Broxtowe has an abundance of beautiful open spaces, parks and play areas for you to enjoy, with nearly 50 parks and recreation grounds and 15 designated Local Nature Reserves to choose from.
Discover your local open space and the benefits of time outside on your physical and mental wellbeing at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/reconnectwithnature
Reconnect with local heritage
2020 has been the year of the staycation and whist we’re unable to travel further afield, now is a great time to explore our local area and discover new things about Broxtowe and Nottingham.
Find out what’s on your doorstep at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/reconnectwithheritage
Reconnect with local businesses
It’s been a really tough year for businesses and many of them must remain closed for now but we can still connect with them and show our support.
For ideas on how you can still support local businesses, visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk/reconnectwithbusiness
Reconnect with learning
It’s never too late to learn new skills, whether it’s a new recipe or hobby or improving your professional skills to help you find a new job. Having something to focus on can also take your mind of worries and concerns for a while.
There’s lots of free online training resources that you can access from home and complete in your own time.
For links to courses you can do, visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk/reconnectwithlearning
Reconnect with neighbours
Residents went out of their way to look out for their friends, family and neighbours while we were all in the first lockdown, so let’s do the same this time round. Sparing five minutes of your time and being considerate at home could make the world of difference to your neighbours.
More tips on how to help others and support those who may be affected by mental health issues are available at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/reconnectwithneighbours
Reconnect with kindness
Practicing kindness towards others can have a profound effect on our own mental health. We can also make sure we’re kind to the environment to protect it for the future.
For ideas on how you could help and to see what other local people have been doing, visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk/kindness
Reconnect with self-care
The current situation and the impact it has had on our day to day lives has affected many people’s mental health, whether it’s something you have struggled with before or you’re experiencing mental health issues for the first time.
There is lots of support and advice out there to help you make small changes to make the harder days a little more manageable. Find out more at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/reconnectwithselfcare