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  • Broxtowe Pre-election Briefings For Parliamentary Candidates

    21/04/2017 - Prospective candidates and their agents are being given the chance to find out more about the elections process at a pre-election briefing.

  • Stapleford Cleans Up

    21/04/2017 Spring cleaning and Community spirit were in full swing on Thursday as residents in Stapleford helped improve the environment in and around Matthews Court, Meredith Court, Byron Court, Sheridan Courts and Aaron Close.

  • Annual Services To Remember Loved Ones

    12/04/2017 A Poignant Service to remember loved ones will take place at Bramcote Crematorium on Sunday 14th May.

  • £1,700 Raised At Diamond Charity Ball

    12/04/2017 Prostate Cancer UK will benefit from over £1,700 thanks to guests at Broxtowe’s Diamond Charity Ball which took place at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel on Saturday, hosted by Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, Councillor Graham Harvey.

  • Free Entry To D.H Lawrence Museum For The Big Day Out

    07/04/2017 Eastwood's D.H Lawrence Birthplace Museum will open its doors for free later this month as part of BBC Radio Nottingham’s annual Big Day Out.

  • One Week Left To Register To Vote In Local Elections

    04/04/2017 With only one week to go until the deadline to register to vote in local elections, Broxtowe Borough Council is urging residents to make sure they are registered in time.

  • Jobs For Local People At Kimberley Jobs Fair

    30/03/2017 Job Hunting? Thinking about a career change? Need support on where to start your search? Broxtowe residents can take advantage of a special jobs fair in Kimberley next month connecting local people with local vacancies from a range of fantastic employers.

  • Are You Registered For The County Council Elections?

    29/03/2017 There’s just over a month to go until voters will be asked to elect members of Nottinghamshire County Council and Broxtowe Borough Council is urging residents to make sure they’re registered so they can have their say.

  • New boundaries in place for first time at County Council election

    29/03/2017 Nottinghamshire residents are being urged to check their poll cards carefully ahead of the forthcoming County Council elections because boundary changes may affect the division they're in and where they go to cast their vote.