Ruschliffe County Council: We are pleased to announce the start of the Rushcliffe Food Club, starting next Friday and runs weekly (every Friday) 12:30-2:30pm at Bingham Children’s Centre. The criteria for club is: They must live or work within Rushcliffe and have a child 0 up to 5 years. Joining the club in subject to: …
PARISH OF BINGHAM – WEST WARD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that due to the resignation of Gemma Simms, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Town Council. If by 9 February, 2022 (14 days after the date of this notice) a …
Temporary traffic signals will be in place on Chapel Lane (95 meters North of the turning for Dunsmore Avenue) from Wednesday the 19th of January until Friday the 11th of March, between 8:00am and 6:00pm. Please see the attached document for further information. Updated 1/3/2022: Works have been extended until the 11th of March.
PARISH OF BINGHAM – EAST WARD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that due to the non attendance of Monica Monni, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Town Council. If by 28 January, 2022 (14 days after the date of this notice) …
In response to the local petition that was submitted by Bingham residents to Rushcliffe Borough Council in 2021, Rushcliffe have agreed with Bingham Town Council to establish a local Improvement Board to:
Deliver an action plan responding to the issues raised in the petition presented by the Bingham Deserves Better Group
Support improvement in the Council’s wider governance arrangements
Ensure that a range of voices, including those independent to the Council contribute to the development of governance at the Council
Help the Council to develop a culture of respect between Councillors and between Councillors and employees
The Improvement Board comprises:
Jonathan Owen: Chief Executive, National Association of Local Councils
David Pye: Lead Analyst, Commissioning & Research Team for the Local Government Association, and parish councillor
Neil Taylor: District Council Chief Executive (retired)
Rowan Bird: Bingham Town Councillor
Gareth Williams: Bingham Town Councillor
As part of this work two days on the 18th and 19th of January, 2022 have been set aside for interviews with Bingham residents to hear their individual views.
If you would like to meet the Improvement Board on either of these days please contact the Bingham Town Council Clerk Town ( or 01949 831445 ) to agree a convenient time for a personal meeting with two members of the Improvement Board.
The Board are looking forward to hearing a range of peoples’ views particularly about what improvements could be put in place for the future. So please make an appointment if you would like to participate in this process.
Applications for first admission (reception) and transfer to junior/primary school (year 3) can be made until 15 January 2022.
Remember to apply by 15 January 2022 – there are still 1617 known Nottinghamshire families still to apply for a reception school place.
It is important that parents of children who require a place for September 2022 apply by the closing date of 15 January 2022. The best way to apply is online.
Parents are advised to check the admission oversubscription criteria for their preferred school carefully before completing their application. Parents should not assume that their child will get in at a particular school just because the child attends the nursery, lives in the catchment area, has a brother or sister attending that school or the linked junior/primary school or lives reasonably close to the school. Parents are advised to make use of all four preferences and ensure their application is received on time.
Last year, for admissions in September 2021, over 98% of parents who applied on time for a reception place were offered a place at one of their preferred schools. We cannot stress strongly enough the importance of identifying more than one preference. Of those families that were not successful for any of their preferences, 55% had expressed only one preference.
Of the applications received for a first admission (reception) school place in September 2022:
in the Ashfield area – 85% have only made a single preference
in Bassetlaw area – 90% have only made a single preference
in the Broxtowe area – 78% have only made a single preference
in the Gedling area – 57% have only made a single preference
in the Mansfield area – 91% have only made a single preference
in the Newark area – 86% have only made a single preference
in the Rushcliffe area – 77% have only made a single preference
Parents can add or change their preferences up until 15 January 2022.
For more information about the application process, schools, the number of places available or how places are allocated, parents should visit the website at www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/admissions
Bingham level crossing, from a point 90m north of the level crossing barriers to a point 20m south of the barriers, will be closed from 8:00am Monday 24th January 2022 until 4:00pm Friday 28th January 2022. Please see the attached documents for further information and diversion route.