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  • Broxtowe Says Stop To Hate

    18/10/2017 BROXTOWE BOROUGH is saying no to hate this week as part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week which starts today.

  • Halloween Fun at the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum

    18/10/2017 There are a variety of seasonal activities on offer at the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum for the run up to Halloween.

  • Cossall Plans For The Future

    16/10/17 Residents in Cossall are set to play a major role in the future planning of Cossall after an application was submitted for the designation of a new Neighbourhood Area.

  • Learning For Landlords at South Nottingham Forum

    11/10/2017 Improving energy performance ratings, advice on evicting tenants, and legal updates were just some of the presentations on offer to landlords across Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe last week as Broxtowe Borough Council hosted the annual South Nottingham Private Sector Landlords Forum.

  • Over 400 Businesses Supported After Council Finalises Relief Schemes

    10/10/2017 439 Broxtowe Businesses have now received support after Broxtowe Borough Council implemented the final of the Government’s three business relief schemes announced in the spring budget.

  • Be Creepy, Kooky, And Altogether Sensible This Halloween

    09/10/2017 Young people in Broxtowe, along with their parents and carers are being encouraged to make Halloween safe and enjoyable this year, as part of Broxtowe’s ‘No Trick or Treat’ campaign.

  • Broxtowe Residents Your Budget, Your Say

    09/10/2017 As Councils across the country prepare the set their budgets for the year ahead, Broxtowe Borough Council is asking local residents to have their say on how they want their money to be spent.

  • Organisations Team Up For Community Safety Days

    06/10/17 Over the past few months, the Broxtowe Borough Council Communities Team has held a programme of four town centre information days across the borough to enable residents to learn more about the services available on their doorstep.

  • Voice Star Lia White to appear at Oxjam Beeston Takeover

    05/10/2017 When 15 year old Lia White took to the stage at the Star Inn in 2015, the unknown but talented White Hills Park student mesmerised her Oxjam audience with a sublime voice and heartfelt lyrics.

  • Free Advice For Broxtowe Businesses Gets The Thumbs Up

    02/10/17 Following its launch in 2015, Broxtowe Borough Council’s online business advice service with Mi Ventures has been helping local businesses to prepare them for starting up or expanding.

  • Silver Award For Broxtowe Neighbourhood Wardens

    29/09/2017 Broxtowe Borough Council’s Neighbourhood Wardens have been awarded silver in the Community Animal Welfare Footprints and RSPCA Innovator awards for their stray dog service. The team have won Bronze for the past two years.

  • Golf Day Fundraising On Par

    25/09/2017 A charity golf day secured a hole in one as over £1,500 was raised for Wellbeing of Women.

  • Nuthall Residents Fined For Littering

    25/09/17 Broxtowe Borough Council has successfully prosecuted two Nuthall residents who were caught dropping litter, namely a cigarette end in a public area in Kimberley in February 2017. They were witnessed by a Neighbourhood Warden dropping the cigarette ends onto the Kimberley precinct area.

  • Broxtowe Businesses Receive Free Business Health Checks and Advice

    22/09/17 BROXTOWE BUSINESSES got a free health check and advice this month at a drop in session at the Council Offices in Beeston.