Vacancy for post of Parish Clerk/RFO to Langar cum Barnstone Parish Council

January 28th, 2020

For more details and an application pack please refer to LCBPC Parish Clerk Recruitment Pack

A date for your diary – Ceilidh on Saturday 21st March at Barnstone Village Hall

January 28th, 2020

New Village Hall receives Planning Approval

January 20th, 2020

The Village Hall Development Committee will now be considering the next steps in the process, further updates will be available here. For more information, please see attached PLANNING DECISION NOTICE 19_02496_FUL

Carer’s Event – Cropwell Bishop Surgery 23rd January 10am – 12noon

January 15th, 2020

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If you are a carer looking for some support, our PPG are hosting another carer’s event for – 23rd Jan 10am-12pm at Cropwell Bishop Surgery.

It’s open to all carers, regardless of which surgery you are registered at. Our Carer’s Champion and support workers from the Carer’s Hub and Dove Cottage will be on hand to signpost you to support and offer advice.

There will also be tea and biscuits!

Not sure if you are a carer? A carer is anyone, including children and adults who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. The care they give is unpaid and invaluable.

 

Rushcliffe residents donate over 13 tonnes of food and clothes to The Friary

January 14th, 2020

Rushcliffe Borough Council and local homeless charity the Friary have praised the generosity of Rushcliffe residents who have donated an incredible record 13 tonnes of food and clothing to those in need.

Residents across the Borough donated items when they placed their bin out for collection last week (January 6-10) and the authority’s waste team busily collected the charitable gifts, many from its most needed list.

Thousands of drinks, snacks, tins of food, hats, scarves, gloves, socks, trousers, underwear and shoes will now be distributed in the coming months in the fourth year of the project with the items stored for free at Edwalton Golf Centre in containers courtesy of Concept Accommodation Ltd.

The number of donations has increased by over a tonne after a similar effort in January last year and is an increase of three tonnes on the same initiative in 2018.

Borough Council Leader Cllr Simon Robinson said: “Residents’ generosity has again been astonishing, we thank everyone who has taken the time to place items out with their bin.

“It’s not just the volume of items that everyone has so kindly given but the thought so many people have gone to and checked the most needed items list that will benefit those in need who use the Friary’s services.

“Last year our waste teams collected a phenomenal 12 tonnes so to surpass that figure this year is a real achievement and praise must also go to them, dedicating extra hours to collect so many items.”

Volunteers will soon begin sorting the items so they can be used at the charity’s centre in West Bridgford, which offers advice, health and practical support services to those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Paul Randle, vice-chairman of the Friary said: “A thank you to the exceptional generosity of the people of Rushcliffe who have come up trumps again and the work of the Borough Council.

“It raises the profile of the charity in the Borough and it’s just the most superb initiative, we couldn’t survive without the support of the community, we can’t thank them enough.”

Rushcliffe Borough Council staff also contributed to the collection efforts at their sites at Rushcliffe Arena, Rushcliffe Community Contact Centre and Eastcroft depot offices.

Anyone who missed the chance to donate with the kerbside collections can still do so at the Council’s Customer Contact Centre on Rectory Road in West Bridgford.

Visit @theFriary88 on twitter, www.the-friary.org.uk or call 0115 982 5448 to find out more about their services, how to contact them and how you can become involved in supporting their work.

 

Free bike security marking session at Rushcliffe Arena – Saturday 18th January

January 13th, 2020

Cyclists can get their bikes securely marked with their postcode for free at a security event at Rushcliffe Arena.

Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Community Safety team and Nottinghamshire Police will host the session at the centre on Rugby Road in West Bridgford on Saturday 18 January from 10am to 12pm.

Security marking or registering a bike is a permanent way to mark a bike’s property and ensure it is returned to the rightful owner if it is stolen.

Bike users attending the event will receive advice on how to further protect their cycles from thieves with the use of stronger locks and how bikes should always be locked up in a public and well-lit area.

Weak locks can also be swapped for a ‘D’ lock at the event, whilst stocks last.

The session will also provide burglary prevention advice, 24 hr timers and shed locks to help residents keep their property secure this winter.

Vale Market Cafe – Saturday 11th January, 10am – 12noon Barnstone Village Hall

January 4th, 2020

Whatever the weather, you will receive a warm welcome at next week’s Vale Market Cafe. Catch up with friends and neighbours over delicious fresh coffee and a butty or a slice of home made cake.

Local produce available as always – eggs, bread, preserves, veg, cakes and more!

Rushcliffe ask residents for donations to The Friary between 6-10 January

January 3rd, 2020