July

July

Press releases issued in July
  • Canalside Heritage Centre Seeking Volunteers

    27/07/2017 The newly opened Canalside Heritage Centre is urgently seeking enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to join their passionate team. The Canalside Heritage Centre, a small local charity sharing history and stories of the canal opened just a few weeks ago. This is the perfect opportunity to join a small and personal team, and to make a huge impact.

  • Partnership project enables £40,000 worth of improvements to Giltbrook playground

    26/07/2017 - Work is close to completion on improvements to a Giltbrook playground, thanks to an investment from local house developer Peter James Homes and Broxtowe Borough Council.

  • Nottinghamshire Launches 2017 Best Bar None Scheme

    26/07/2017 Nottinghamshire has launched the Best Bar None scheme for 2017, with applications now being taken.

  • Beeston Library prepares to reopen following extensive refurbishment

    24/07/2017 The library due to reopen to the public on 5 August at 9am, is ready to be officially handed over to Inspire by the Arc Partnership who designed and delivered the development.

  • Lawrence Museum Finds New Home For Mining Memorabilia

    21/07/2017 Historic mining Magazines are amongst heritage items which will be donated to the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield, by Eastwood’s D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum.

  • Broxtowe Parks Retain Their Longstanding Green Flag Awards

    20/07/2017 Bramcote Hills Park and Colliers Woods have retained their prestigious Green Flag Awards for their high environmental standards and well maintained facilities.

  • Summer Family Fun In Broxtowe

    17/07/2017 Summer family fun kicks off in Broxtowe with four play day events in Kimberley/ Nuthall, Stapleford, Chilwell and Eastwood throughout August.

  • LEGO Card Swop-Shop

    17/07/2017 Everything is awesome at the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum as we prepare to host our first LEGO swop-shop!

  • Tackling Summer Pests

    13/07/2017 Longer days and warmer temperatures signal the start of the Great British Summertime, but can also mean an increase in pests and creepy critters in your home and garden. Broxtowe Borough Council is reminding residents what to do if they have a pest problem.

  • Elderly Dogs Abandoned In Cossall

    11/07/2017 After two elderly Jack Russell Terriers were found abandoned in a car park in Cossall, Broxtowe Borough Council is reminding residents about responsible dog ownership.

  • Free WI-FI Launches In Stapleford Town Centre

    7/7/2017 - Free WI-FI is now available in Stapleford Town Centre thanks to £25,000 investment from Broxtowe Borough Council and government grants.

  • Feel The Sand Between Your Toes

    03/07/2017 It will be buckets and spades at the ready for Broxtowe residents later this month as a quintessential British Beach arrives in Beeston on the site of the old bus station.