The cemetery will remain closed due to high winds. The current forecast (as of Friday 15 March 2019) is that the high winds will become a fresh breeze on Sunday 17 March 2019, if that is the case the cemetery will re-open on Sunday. Notices at the entrance to the cemetery advise that the cemetery is closed, these notices will be removed once the high winds abate.
There have been several incidents over the last few weeks of trees been deliberately cut down and left to fall. This has taken place on the Linear Walk and on the Wynhill Playing Fields.
A report has been made to the Police and this has been classed as criminal damage. If anyone has any information, please contact 101 quoting incident number 168-11032019 or the Town Council on 01949 831445.
Temporary three-way traffic signals will be in place on Long Acre, opposite Market Street (outside the Wheatsheaf Inn) tomorrow, Friday the 8th of March. For details, please see the attached document.View documents
Rushcliffe Borough Council is launching a Tree Wardens network. The Town Council is supporting this scheme, if you are interested, please get in touch so that the preparatory work the Town Council needs to do, can be completed in time for Rushcliffe Borough Council’s launch meeting on Saturday 13 April.
Refuse sacks containing food waste, cardboard and dog mess has been placed in the new Tetra Pack Recycling container in Lidl’s car park. This is making emptying of these bins extremely difficult and leaving the bin full for those using the bin correctly. Out of six locations, Bingham is the only area currently experiencing this problem. If the increased costs incurred for the emptying continues, Bingham may risk losing this facility so please use it correctly.
Work to refurbish the Carnarvon play park (off Orchard Avenue, near Aldi) will start on the 25th of February, with contractors scheduled to be on site for approximately one month. The green area will remain open but the play area itself will be fenced off and closed to the public. It is expected that the …View documents
The Nottingham Roosevelt Memorial Travelling Scholarship is a unique professional development opportunity that enables you to spend 6 to 12 weeks in the USA immersing yourself in American culture and your chosen project. It is open to anyone living or working in Nottinghamshire aged between 21 and 35.
For further information and to apply on-line, please visit their website at www.rooseveltscholarship.org.
Applications close Friday 1st March 2019.
Week Commencing 4th of February 2019
The land within the fenced areas adjacent to the bridleway and access road to Butt Field are being cleared during the week commencing the 4th of February.
Both the bridleway and access road will remain open but please remain vigilant and careful.
A banksman will be on-site and will have the area under their supervision.
Temporary traffic signals will be in place on Moor Lane (at its junction with Newgate Street) from 8am until 6pm on Sunday the 27th of January. Please see the attached document for further details.View documents