NottAlone is a new website sharing local mental health advice and help for young people in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, all in one place. If you are a young person, a parent or carer or a professional who supports young people’s mental health, NottAlone can provide you with information, advice and where to go to get …View documents
Temporary traffic signals will be in place on Tithy Road, at its junction with The Banks, on the 25th and 26th of October. Please see the attached document for further information.View documents
Bingham Christmas Market Friday the 26th of November 5pm till 8pm More information on our Bingham Christmas Market page Old Post Office Yard Late Night Shopping Every Wednesday in November and December 10am till 7pm Bingham Farmers Christmas Market 20th November and 18th December 8am till 2pm Bingham General Christmas Market 18th, 25th of November …View documents
Nottingham Children’s Centre Service: We have delivered Christmas presents to families in need, living in the Rushcliffe district for many years. Following the success of doing our own toy appeal last year we have decided to run the campaign again. There are a number of ways you may be able to assist us: Donate a …View documents
From Wednesday 6 October until April 2022, the Bingham Road junction in Radcliffe will be shut.
Our mainline will divert via Cropwell Road in both directions so missing the following stops:
- New Road (towards Nottingham)
- Eastwood Road (both ways)
- Golf Road (both ways)
- Bingham Road (both ways)
Customers will need to use the Harlequin stop or New Road (towards Bingham) and Vicarage Lane (towards Nottingham). There will be an additional temporary stop put in place on Cropwell Road outside Radcliffe Court for journeys towards Nottingham.
Please see our handy map for more details [tap the map to enlarge it].
(Updated with information from The Local Government Boundary Commission for England, below) Rushcliffe Borough Council: Today sees the launch of the next stage of the Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) Review of Rushcliffe. Please find attached [see Documents, below] their report following the first stage of consultation which ran earlier this year. In …View documents
Nottinghamshire County Council: Nottinghamshire’s annual consultation on admission arrangements is now open and I write to ask for your help in drawing this to the attention of parents. The County Council, as the admission authority for community and voluntary controlled schools, is required by the School Admissions Code to determine admission arrangements annually. Any changes have …View documents