August

August

Press Releases published in August 2016
  • TV Comedian Leaves Eastwood Laughing at Festival

    31/08/2016 - TV Comedian Rob Rouse will be just one of three fantastic comedy acts to perform in Eastwood next week as part of this year's D.H Lawrence Festival of Culture.

  • Have Your Say on Broxtowe's Future

    23/08/2016 - Broxtowe Residents are being urged to have their say on future development in the Borough as part of a consultation on potential additional site allocations for the Part 2 Local Plan.

  • Wiz Around Oz at Bramcote Hills Theatre Event

    23/08/2016 - Calling all munchkins! Visitors to Bramcote Hills Park can enjoy a spontaneous, interactive, fun filled walking adventure through the magical woods of Bramcote Hills Park this September, as part of the D.H Lawrence Festival of Culture.

  • Broxtowe to Welcome Marks and Spencers in Chilwell

    19/08/2016 - A Marks & Spencers store will open in Broxtowe Borough in a prominent new position at Chilwell's popular retail park.

  • Free Sports Activities for Nation's Biggest Sports Day

    19/08/2016 - Free Sports Activities will be on offer across Broxtowe Borough Council's Leisure Centres next week to mark the Nation's Biggest Sports Day, I Am Team GB.

  • D.H Lawrence Museum Opens its Doors for Free

    19/08/2016 - National Heritage Open Days are back next month and the D.H Lawrence Birthplace Museum will be one of a host of Broxtowe heritage sites which will open its doors for free.

  • More Life Saving Defibrillators Installed Across Broxtowe

    19/08/2016 - New defibrillators have been installed in Broxtowe Borough thanks to a partnership between Broxtowe Borough Council and its contractors. New lifesaving equipment has now been installed in Brinsley, Cossall, Toton, Stapleford and Bramcote.

  • Stapleford Ice Hockey Champ Celebrates Successful Season

    18/08/2016 - A young ice hockey player from Stapleford is celebrating the end of a successful season after competing in the British Women's Ice Hockey Friendship Tournament.

  • Meet Broxtowe's New Social Lettings Officer

    15/08/2016 - A new Social Lettings Officer has been appointed by Broxtowe Borough Council to head up an initiative to work in partnership with landlords from the Private Rented Sector and she needs your help to find properties in the Borough.

  • Kimberley Lifeguard Named Top for Second Year

    12/08/2016 - Kimberley Leisure Centre are celebrating after Leisure Assistant, Lizzie Shaw was named No.1 female Lifeguard in the UK for the second year running. The Leisure Centre itself came second overall against 38 other facilities in the UK.

  • Family Fun Day at Lawrence Festival

    11/08/2016 - A host of family fun will be on offer in Eastwood later this summer at a special Festival Fun Day as part of the D.H Lawrence Festival of Culture.

  • Crematorium Recycling Scheme Raises Over £4,000 for Children's Charity

    11/08/2016 - Local charity Rainbows Hospice has benefited from a £4444.00 boost thanks to Bramcote Crematorium's Recycling Scheme.

  • Broxtowe Continues to Develop a Dementia Friendly Community

    11/08/2016 - Broxtowe has renewed its commitment to being a Dementia Friendly Community and the Council recently hosted a Dementia Friends training session which was attended by Mayor of the Borough, Councillor Graham Harvey.

  • Back by popular demand - Beeston Oxjam Ceilidh

    10/08/2016 - Yes! Saturday 24th September will again see Beeston jigging, reeling, shimmying and do-si-do-ing the night away in support of the annual Beeston Oxjam Takeover which is now firmly established in Beeston's cultural and community calendars.

  • Joint Working On Anti-social Behaviour And Disorder In Broxtowe

    4/8/2016 - Close partnership working between licensed premises, Nottinghamshire Police, Broxtowe Borough Council and Pubwatch has reaped rewards to reduce anti-social behaviour and disorder in an area of Broxtowe.

  • Guided Walk Reveals Lawrence's Nottingham

    4/8/2016 - A new guided walk will reveal the sights and sounds of the Nottingham City Centre that Eastwood born writer, D.H Lawrence knew next month, as part of the D.H Lawrence Festival of Culture.

  • Hucknall Man Admitted Littering Offence

    2/8/2016 - A man from Hucknall was handed a £322.50 fine after he admitted an offence under Section 33 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.