Broxtowe Borough Council Press Releases from December 2017
  • Beeston Car Parks To Temporarily Close In January

    13/12/17 Visitors to Beeston Town Centre are being made aware of the temporary closure of two car parks due to ground investigation work for the redevelopment of the town centre.

  • Starving Dog Dumped In Freezing Temperatures

    12/12/17 BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL is urging residents to think before they get a pet for Christmas, after a female Lurcher dog sadly died after being abandoned, tied up under a bush near to Babbington Hall Rescue Kennels in Awsworth in below freezing temperatures.

  • Community Urged To Have Their Say On The Future Of Beeston Town Hall

    12/12/17 BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL is seeking the views of the local community on the future of the Town Hall building, on Foster Avenue in Beeston, as it continues to look for ways to save money to meet the financial challenges it faces.

  • Broxtowe Couple Honoured At Tree Planting

    08/12/2017 A couple from Broxtowe have been honoured at a special tree planting ceremony to recognise their impact on the local community and kick off the Council’s yearly tree planting programme.

  • Children Of Broxtowe To Enjoy Rewards From New Play Strategy

    01/12/17 Broxtowe children are set to reap the rewards of Broxtowe Borough Council’s new Play Strategy, with the Broadgate Park play area set to be the first to benefit from improvements.