Via East Midlands: Via East Midlands Ltd, working on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council, is proposing that the following locations below are to be formalised as an enforceable marked bus stop clearways and are shown on the attached site notices: – Nottingham Road, Bingham – No Stopping At Any Time, except buses RU 0521 – …View documents
Highways England has updated its A52 Nottingham junctions project page : We’ll be holding an online public information event on Wednesday 22 September 5.00pm, to tell you more about our upgrade of Bingham Road junction. Visit our A52 Nottingham junctions web page, for details, including how to join the event.View documents
The local NHS in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire would like your help to understand parents and carers views on future plans for children and young people’s mental health in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
A Local Transformation Plan for Children and Young People’s Mental Health will be published on the NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) website on 30th September 2021.
The plan will set out how local services will invest resources to improve children and young people’s mental health across the “whole system”. All local areas are asked to refresh and update these documents and each year the CCG updates the document on our website.
As part of this process, the CCG would like to engage with parents and carers in the community to understand their views and take their advice on key messages. Once we have these views we will create a more accessible public facing document.
How you can help
We need the public’s help to create a more concise public facing version of the plan which will be co-produced with children and young people and parents and carers.
The CCG will be running a series of virtual workshops for parents and carers to share their views.
Participate in one of two virtual workshops taking place on:
Friday 17 September, 1pm to 2pm.
Wednesday 22 September 6pm to 7pm
To register your interest in attending a virtual workshop, please click here .
We are also keen to talk to any groups for parents and carers who are interested in sharing their views and would like to hear more about the work that we are doing. If you are currently meeting either virtually or in a community setting then please do contact the Engagement Team via or call or text 07818580719 in order that we can arrange to attend before 1st October 2021.
*All engagement will end on Friday 1st October 2021.
We have also attached a leaflet and social media post to highlight the events, we would be grateful if you could share these opportunities through your channels. You can also find information about this engagement on the CCG Website .
If you need any more information, please get in touch with the Engagement Team and to request this information in another language or format please contact the Engagement Team at: or call or text 07818580719. If texting or leaving a message please provide your contact details and a member of the team will get back to you.
You are very welcome to join the Town Mayor, Councillor Andrew Shelton, Bingham Town Councillors and members of the Royal British Legion (Bingham Branch,) for a short event outside the Old Court House, Church Street, Bingham, to fly the Red Ensign and mark Merchant Navy Day, in recognition of the contribution that our merchant ships …View documents
Nottinghamshire County Council:
Notts Recyclers we need YOU to sign up to our Go Green 30 day challenge and help fight climate change
Take part in a month-long campaign set to inspire you to reduce, reuse and recycle more.
The challenge kicks off on 1 September and will coincide & celebrate Zero Waste Week (6-10 September) and National Recycle Week (20-26 September).
Anyone can get involved with the challenge, individuals, families, couples, friends or work colleagues – the more the merrier, everyone is welcome to take part.
When you sign up to the challenge you will receive a daily dose of green goodness straight to your inbox with tips and challenges to complete throughout September.
Each challenge will show you how you can help make a difference at home in your everyday life, giving us all the chance to break old habits and form new, green ones.
We don’t need to completely change our lifestyles to make an impact, small actions will make a BIG difference, which is why the Nottinghamshire Recycles Go Green 30-day challenge is a great way to get involved and help protect the environment for the future. If we all try to adopt small everyday swaps it really adds up and will help, make a big difference not just in Nottinghamshire but across the country.
There are lots of fantastic competitions with PRIZES to be won to keep you motivated throughout the challenge, what’s more there are extra prize draws if you get involved and share updates about the challenge on social media using #NottsRecycles.
So, get your friends, neighbours and colleagues to sign up too, support each other on the journey and let’s paint the county green this September.