Have your say on the £1.14 billion devolution proposals.
A consultation about devolution for Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Derby, and Nottingham is open until 9 January.
You can find out more using the link below and complete the online survey.
Don’t miss the chance to have your voice heard
Nottinghamshire County Council:
In preparation for the next financial year the council is now in the process of setting its budget. Each year, we have a legal duty to balance our budget and just like the people in Nottinghamshire, we’re also feeling the pressures that are driving up the cost of living such as record inflation and energy costs. Many other factors, including a national shortage of social care staff and a need for more funding are also adding to those pressures.
The County Council is taking this opportunity to engage with residents and stakeholders by questionnaire between Thursday 17th November and Monday 2nd January to best understand their needs and priorities.
We welcome your views as a Town or Parish Council, being a key stakeholder of council services and being at the heart of our communities.
The easiest way to complete the survey is online at nottinghamshire.gov.uk/budgetsurvey before it closes on Monday 2 January.
For those without digital access printed copies will be available in all Nottinghamshire libraries and children’s centres or you can download a copy of the survey . The survey can also be completed over the phone by calling 0300 500 80 80.
Please share this message with your communities, so we can hear from as many residents as possible and help us make best use of our budget to meet their needs.
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The Mayor recently met with Toot Hill School students, Rico Lancaster and Ethan Elmes, both aged 14, to thank them for their work in the town.
Both students were taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award Scheme and contacted the Council for support to undertake voluntary work in the town. With the support of their families, both students completed a twelve-week litter pick in the Town. Rico and Ethan visited several areas in the town over the 12 weeks and identified Butt Field as the area they collected the most litter from.
The Mayor thanked Ethan and Rico for volunteering in the Town and for being part of helping to make Bingham cleaner for its residents and wished them success in completing their Bronze Award.