July 2019

July 2019

Press releases issued in July 2019
  • Broxtowe Marks 100 Years Of Council Housing With New House Building Plans

    Broxtowe Borough Council has renewed its commitment to house building thanks to a new Housing Building Delivery Plan to meet social and affordable housing need.

  • Let’s Make Eastwood Comics

    Aged 11-25? Like being creative? Ever thought about creating your own comic book? The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum are running 5 FREE zine-making taster days where you can learn writing and illustration techniques and make your own comic zine with professional illustrators Selina Lock, Jay Eales and Caroline Parkinson.

  • The Blue Line and Beyond

    29/07/2019 - A fascinating new exhibition will be on display at the D.H Lawrence Birthplace Museum’s new gallery space this summer, depicting the landscapes that inspired the Eastwood born writer himself.

  • Broxtowe Schoolchildren Learn About Recycling

    26/7/19 - Schoolchildren at Priory Catholic School, Eastwood, Greasley Beauvale Primary School and Albany Infant School, Stapleford enjoyed a visit from Broxtowe Borough Council’s Waste and Recycling Team this July and had the chance to sit in a bin lorry and learn about recycling.

  • Business Proprietor Fined For Breaching Health And Safety Laws

    26/7/19 - A business proprietor in Beeston was given a £975 fine after being found guilty of contravening health and safety legislation at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court. He was also ordered to pay £2,190 costs and a £97.50 victim surcharge.

  • Over 200 Chicks Fledge From Bramcote Hills Park

    25/07/2019 - A nest box programme has seen 218 chicks fledge from boxes installed at Bramcote Hills Park.

  • Free Swimming In Broxtowe

    25/07/2019 - Those aged 17 and under will be able to swim for free once again this summer as Liberty Leisure Limited continues, to provide the scheme throughout the school summer holidays.

  • New Street Art Brightens Up Beeston

    23/07/2019 - A new mural in Beeston Town Centre is well underway as part of the Beeston Street Art project. The design brings a touch of mother nature right into the heart of the town centre and has already been catching the eye of local residents and shoppers.

  • Council Commits To Tackling Climate Change And Health Issues

    23/07/2019 - Broxtowe Borough Council has committed its support to help tackle two of the most important issues we face with the creation of two new Committees focused on taking action on the Environment and Climate Change and Leisure and Health.

  • Don’t Lose Your Right To Vote

    22/07/2019 - Broxtowe Borough Residents are being urged to look out for and return their voter registration details as soon as possible.

  • Kimberley Triathlon: Are You Up For The Challenge?

    22/07/2019 - Anyone looking for a new challenge or to test their fitness has the perfect opportunity as the Kimberley Triathlon returns to Broxtowe on 22nd September at Kimberley Leisure Centre.

  • Let's Talk Broxtowe

    22/07/2019 - What Council services are important to you? What new initiatives would you like the Council to deliver? What has the Council done to help you? These are just some of the questions that Broxtowe Borough Council is asked residents, businesses and community groups as part of its Let’s Talk Broxtowe consultation.

  • Council Working Positively With Horsefair Organisers

    18/07/2019 - Broxtowe Borough Council has been working positively with the organisers of a proposed Horse Fair in Nuthall to ensure the event runs smoothly and safely.

  • Bramcote Leisure Centre Still Fabulous In Its 50s

    18/07/2019 - New investment and community activities at Bramcote Leisure Centre are keeping it fabulous at 50+, with more visitors than ever before.

  • Free Bulky Waste Removal For Broxtowe Residents

    18/07/2019 - Broxtowe residents can take advantage of a series of free bulky waste removal days next month to help them dispose of large items like furniture and fridges.

  • Five Broxtowe Open Spaces Retain Green Flag Award

    16/07/2019 - Five Broxtowe open spaces are celebrating after retaining their Green Flag awards.

  • Beeston Revisits The 1940s

    16/07/2019 - Saturday 10th August sees Beeston go back in time for a spectacular 1940s revival. Brand new to Broxtowe’s event calendar, Timewarp 1940s will transform Dovecote Lane Recreation Ground to a hub of all things from the 1940s.

  • School Holidays Sorted With Broxtowe Playdays

    15/07/2019 - The kids won’t know what to do first when they arrive at one of Broxtowe’s free and family friendly Playdays this summer.

  • Back for another Summer: Sunset Yoga on Beeston Beach

    12/07/2019 - Feel the sand beneath your toes whilst you de-stress, unwind and re-energise at the end of the day with the return of our popular yoga classes. Classes start from Tuesday 23 July for five weeks finishing on 20 August.

  • British Beach Hits Beeston For Summer

    12/07/2019 - Pack the buckets and spades and head down to the old bus station in Beeston as ‘Beeston on Sands’ returns for the third year running. Keep the kids entertained all summer long with this family friendly day out.

  • Bramcote Crematorium Celebrates 40 Years Of Supporting Local People

    09/07/2019 - Bramcote Crematorium will celebrate a very special anniversary this month as its turns 40. The Crematorium has become an important part of the local community and has supported thousands of bereaved families over the years.

  • 28 Electric Vehicle Charging Points Installed In Broxtowe

    09/07/2019 - 28 Electric Vehicle Charging Points have been installed in Beeston, Stapleford, Kimberley and Eastwood thanks to funding from the Go Ultra Low Cities Project.

  • New Play Area Opens In Stapleford

    08/07/2019 - The new Play Area at Hickings Lane Recreation Ground, Stapleford has been officially opened , following £160,000 of improvements to the site.