Monday, 3rd of August 2020 to Monday, 14th of September 2020
Following the resolution by Council to sign the Annual Governance and Accountability Return at its meeting on Tuesday 28 July 2020, the Public Rights of Inspection period commences on Monday 03 August and ends on Monday 14 September 2020. Please see the attached documents for more information which includes a summary of your rights.
The Bingham Community Parks Project has announced the final designs for the play park on Wychwood Road.
On behalf of the BCPP I’m delighted to unveil to you the final designs for the new park at Wychwood Road.
You’ll no doubt see the range of exciting new equipment from the image here, but I’ll draw your attention to the fundamental choices we made to enhance the facility:
The removal of the existing walls and fencing for safety and to extend the park out into the surrounding areas
The concrete area in front of the existing park is now useful play space in the new design
A variety of equipment which makes provision now for 0-12 years rather than just toddlers as it is now
I must thank our funders, FCC Communities Foundation (formerly Wren) and Nottinghamshire County Council’s LIS (Local Improvement Scheme) whom without their support the park wouldn’t be possible – and of course support from Bingham Town Council.
I can’t wait to get started – which is useful because work commences on 10th August!
Central England Co-op are to provide food to children during the summer holidays in order to tackle poverty.
Bingham Helping Hands have been given access to this through Cotgrave Super Kitchen. If any resident with school children in Bingham would like to access this service, we will collect the food from Cotgrave and distribute to them. Food available is classed as Ambient Foods (shelf stable products) and fruit.
In the first instance please call or message your interest to following contacts by TUESDAY 21st JULY.
All Information is confidential.
Following the flooding in Bingham west, which impacted and is still impacting residents on Western Avenue, the Town Council is looking to co-ordinate a group of community volunteer Flood Wardens. The Flood Warden scheme is organised by Nottinghamshire County Council and the Environment Agency. Please click on the document below for details of what being …
Vectare, a local bus operator, who operate the 833 service around the Vale of Belvoir on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council, has recently launched a commercial service, number 93 from Bingham to Grantham, return, running 6 days a week. The new service opens up a range of new links for residents of Bingham.
Some key service information:
6 Days a Week service – Monday to Saturday
7 Daily Departures to Grantham, Monday to Friday, with 6 Returns (first dep at 07:20, last return at 16:04)
5 Daily Departures to Grantham, on Saturdays, with 5 Returns (first dep at 08:50, last return at 16:04)
Journey time is approx 32 mins end-to-end
Low floor access vehicles used on all journeys, buses fitted with leather seats, USB chargers and aircon
Adult Single: £3.80, Adult Return: £5.20
Under 19 fares available at 50% adult rate
Concessionary passes accepted after 09:30 Monday to Friday and all times on Saturdays
Route also offers local service for East Bingham residents to Market Place, those around Willow Road area
Thank you to all those that took part. The results will be discussed at the next Full Council meeting.
The Town Council at its 16 June 2020 meeting unanimously voted to support and contribute £400,000 toward the redevelopment of the Town Pavilion at Wynhill which was granted planning permission earlier this year. The land and building is owned by Bingham Town Council and is leased to Bingham Rugby Club, who are also contributing to the project to improve the facilities. The redevelopment cost has been estimated at £600,000 with funding being sought via other grant funding applications.
This major infrastructure investment and improvement of this important community hub and sporting facility includes the following:
a doubling of the community space
single level disabled access
a separate meeting / learning room including added audio visual facilities
enhanced kitchen facilities
improved sporting facilities to enable female, male & mixed ability participation
ecology and tree planting plans to improve biodiversity
parking for circa 86 cars including provision for disabled spaces and electric charging points
The Town Council is conducting a 28 day consultation until midnight, Sunday 9th August 2020 and is seeking the views of it’s residents, particularly Council Tax payers, as the Town Council wishes to borrow funding of £400,000 over 30 years, via the Government’s Public Works Loan Board scheme. The Town Council has already set aside funds to cover at least the first 2 years repayments, however, there may be a small impact on your Council Tax in future years.
Temporary traffic signals will be in place on Chapel Hill (approximately 95m North of its junction with Moorbridge Road) on the 10th and 11th of July. They are expected to be removed by midday on the 11th. Please see the attached document for further information.
Two-way traffic signals will be in place on Moorbridge Road, at its junction with Chapel Lane, from the 4th until the 8th of July, due to an emergency repair. Please see the attached document for further information.