November

November

Press Releases issued in November 2016
  • The Friends of Toton Fields Need Your Votes

    04/11/2016 - The Friends of Toton Fields, in partnership with Broxtowe Borough Council, are bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.

  • Chilwell Woman Guilty of Microchipping Offence

    09/11/2016 - A woman from Chilwell was handed a £220 fine last week after being found guilty of not updating her dog's microchip information. She was also ordered to pay £242.50 in costs and a £30 victim surcharge.

  • D.H. Lawrence Museum Spreads Christmas Magic In Eastwood

    11/11/2016 - The Christmas fairy will be making a special stop at the D.H Lawrence Birthplace Museum later this month as the ever popular Enchanted Fairy Grotto returns.

  • The Great Broxtowe Bake Off Raises £322 For Charity

    11/11/2016 - The power of a cake sale can never be underestimated and employees at Broxtowe Borough Council took their tea break with a difference yesterday as they hosted a Charity Cake Sale, which raised £322.73 for Prostate Cancer UK & Macmillan Cancer Support.

  • Toton Confirmed as HS2 East Midlands Hub Station

    Broxtowe Borough Council has welcomed an official announcement confirming Toton as the location of the Eastwood Midlands HS2 Hub Station.

  • Eastwood gets set for Christmas 2016

    18/11/2016 - Eastwood is in store for heaps of Christmas fun on Tuesday 29th November as Christmas is officially launched in the town at the annual Christmas Lights Switch on event. The event has been organised by Liberty Leisure Events in partnership with Eastwood Town Council, Eastwood Town Centre Christmas Light Steering Group and Broxtowe Borough Council.

  • Stapleford is all set for Christmas 2016

    18/11/2016 - Stapleford's annual christmas light switch on will take place on Saturday the 26th November. The event has been organised by Liberty Leisure Events in conjunction with Stapleford Town Council, the Towns 'Christmas Light Switch on Steering Group' and Broxtowe Borough Council.

  • The Countdown to the Christmas Lights is on in Beeston

    18/11/2016 - Beeston will come to light on Saturday 3rd December. This year's event has been organised by Liberty Leisure Events on behalf of Broxtowe Borough Council.

  • New five-year health and social care plan for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

    25/11/2016 - The organisations that commission and provide health and social care services across Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County have today published their joint five year Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP).

  • A Very Victorian Christmas at Lawrence Museum

    25/11/2016 - Christmas tradition will be on offer aplenty at the D.H Lawrence Birthplace Museum this December as their annual Victorian Christmas activities return for 2016.

  • Eastwood Man Prosecuted for Animal Welfare Offences

    25/11/2016 - An Eastwood man was given an 12 month suspended prison sentence last week after pleading guilty to six animal welfare offences. He was also ordered to pay £500 in costs and a £115 government surcharge and has been banned from owning dogs for at least one year.

  • Company Director Guilty of Planning Offence

    25/11/2016 - A man from Bramcote was handed a £1,300 fine after pleading guilty to contravening planning legislation at Nottingham Magistrates Court. He was also ordered to pay £405 costs and a £130 victim surcharge.

  • Beeston Church Illuminated

    28/11/2016 - Visitors to Beeston will be welcomed by new stunning views of The Parish Church of St. John The Baptist thanks to new up-lighting which has been installed by Broxtowe Borough Council to show the church in all its glory.

  • Change Of Venue For Beeston Christmas Lights Switch On

    30/11/2016 - Visitors to Beeston's Christmas Light Switch On Event this Saturday are being informed of a change to the publicised venue.

  • Keys Handed Over At Second Dementia Friendly Scheme

    30/11/2016 - The keys were officially handed over at Broxtowe Council's second dementia friendly housing scheme in Beeston last week, thanks to a partnership project between Broxtowe Borough Council, Nottingham Community Housing Association, Waters Homes and Pelham Architects to build specially designed and adapted bungalows for people with dementia.

  • Exclusive Offers For Small Business Saturday Broxtowe

    30/11/2016 - Broxtowe Borough will embrace the Small Business Saturday campaign next weekend to encourage the local community to shop locally and support small businesses on their high streets at a key time in the shopping calendar.