Archive for Month: November 2018

  • Community Green Initiative

    This morning I attended the community green event organised by Friends of Toton Fields at Toton nature reserve. The initiative comes from our commitment to improving and enhancing Broxtowe’s green open spaces. The event saw residents, councillors and the Mayor planting bulbs and seeds and picking up litter, making the reserve cleaner, so more people…

  • Memorial Service

    This Sunday we honour all those who fought in WWI and sacrificed their lives in order to guarantee our freedom. It is a time to show our respect and gratitude to all the brave people who fought in WWI. For me, it is also a time to respect all the great work our Armed Forces do…

  • THE FUTURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT

    Last month Nottinghamshire County Council (NCC) published their public engagement paper regarding the future of local government and sought feedback from residents. The public engagement is now closed, and the full report will be delivered to the council next month. Presently, we have a two-tiered system of local government across Nottinghamshire: borough and county. Each…