April 2019

April 2019

Press releases issued during April 2019.
  • Councillor Chris Rice

    23/04/19 - It is with deep sadness that we received news that Councillor Chris Rice passed away over the Easter weekend after a long illness.

  • New Offer gives care leavers opportunity to achieve their goals

    Nottinghamshire care leavers can now benefit from even more advice, support and guidance to help give them the best start into adulthood.

  • Award Win For Broxtowe Borough Council’s Construction Partner

    15/04/2019 - Broxtowe Borough Council’s Construction partner, United Living has been awarded a Silver National Site Award by the Considerate Constructors Scheme for their work carried out on the Council’s housing stock.

  • Voter Registration Deadline Looming – Register Today!

    10/04/19 - With less than one month left until Election Day, Broxtowe Borough Council is advising all its residents to make sure they are registered if they want to have their say in the Borough and Parish elections on 2nd May.

  • Bereavement Services Awarded For Its Caring Approach

    09/04/19 - Bramcote Bereavement Services, Cemeteries department have been awarded a Silver Award by the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management for their responsive and caring approach to helping bereaved families.

  • Vote For Something Different

    03/04/19 - LOVE, SEX, ART AND TRAVEL are just some of the themes covered in a new exhibition, ‘Discover A Life Without Limits’, about to be launched at Eastwood’s D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum. Looking at the life of one of Nottinghamshire’s most famous rebel writers, D.H. Lawrence, prepare to be surprised and inspired by a life that was anything but ordinary.

  • Free Buggy Walks Coming To Attenborough Nature Reserve

    02/04/19 - This Spring LLeisure launches free weekly buggy walks through the natural surroundings of Attenborough Nature Reserve. The weekly walks will start from Monday 29 April.

  • Chilwell Schoolchildren Learn About Recycling

    02/04/19 - Schoolchildren at Sunnyside Spencer Academy enjoyed a visit from Broxtowe Borough Council’s Waste and Recycling Team earlier this week, with a chance to sit in a bin lorry, learn about recycling and take part in a litter pick.