Author Archives: Sue Sambells

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Chair of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch (NottsWatch). Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme

Beginner’s Running Workshop – 15th February, 6 -7pm

Beginner’s Running Workshop With GB Athlete Bruce Raeside 15th February, 6 -7pm FREE to fitness members / £10 non members. Always wanted to run? Unsure how to start? Learn the skills to get you out running in an easy and … Continue reading

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Four Week Nordic Walking Beginner’s Course

Four Week Nordic Walking Beginner’s Course Starts Wednesday 14th February, 10-11am Free for fitness members / £30 non-members. Learn the basics of Nordic Walking in a sociable and friendly group. Enjoy a low impact full body workout that’s easy on … Continue reading

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Roadworks Bulletin – Bridle Road, Bramcote 26.02.18

Bridle Road, Bramcote – From a point 60 metres South of its junction with A52 Derby Road for 15 metres in a Southerly direction Start Date/Time From 08:00hrs to 17:00hrs Monday 26th Feb 2018

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Where is the crossing that cost £40,000?

  Last year it was agreed by the Planning Committee at Broxtowe Borough Council that as part of the new McCarthy and Stone Development on Hickings Lane a Pedestrian Crossing would be installed on Hickings Lane. [http://www.staplefordcommunitygroup.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/68/2018/02/2016-06-15-211324737859.jpg] So where is … Continue reading

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Stapleford Remembers 100th Year Of The End Of The Great War

Donna Macrae: We have arranged a meeting to organise events in Stapleford to commemorate this event. If you would like to get involved then please come along to the Carnegie Hall, Warren Avenue, on Monday 19th Febuary for 7pm. Facebook … Continue reading

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Roadworks on Chilwell Lane tomorrow and Thursday

Location: o/s 221 Chilwell Lane, Bramcote From Wednesday 31st January until Thursday 1st February 2018 09.30 – 15.30 (Daily) Temporary 2 Way Traffic Signals

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Half Term Activities at Bramcote L.C.

Sign your kids up for some active fun this half-term. We’ve got a fantastic range of sessions and courses going on; from Scuba Diving to Kayaking, Swimming courses to Hydrorafting as well as Junior gym, and our regular £1.50 Court Frenzy and 50p football. We’ve … Continue reading

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BOLLYWOOD COMES TO BROXTOWE FOR CHARITY BALL

TICKETS are now on sale for the Broxtowe Borough Bollywood Charity Ball in aid of Wellbeing of Women – a chance to enjoy an evening filled with authentic Bollywood delights, good food and good music. So come along and dance … Continue reading

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Seeking Community Projects

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More roadworks in Bramcote!

Thanks again to Cllr Richard MacRae for passing on Bramcote info: Location:  B5010, Derby Road, Bramcote Dates Friday 26th January 2018 to Tuesday 30th January 2018 Times 08:00hours to 17:00hours Restrictions Temporary 2 Way Traffic Signals Description of Works New … Continue reading

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Roadworks Tuesday-Thursday on Town Street

Location: Town Street, Bramcote – Junction Moss Drive & Cow Lane Tuesday 23rd January 2018 to Thursday 25th January 2018 24hours

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Potholes reported in Bramcote

Councillor Steve Carr reports: I have reported the huge pothole at the junction of Thoresby Road and Sandringham Drive to NCC. Both these roads have been included in my submission to County for consideration for full or part resurfacing.

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Mindless Vandalism to vehicles in the area

Cllr Richard MacRae, Broxtowe Borough Councillor for Stapleford North plus Stapleford Town Councillor, has written to Anna Soubry MP, the Police Inspector and the Police and Crime Commissioner, following a recent spate of vandalism to vehicles. He has also copied … Continue reading

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Terry Holloway – Plessey Employee /Rufford Avenue Bramcote 1958

Our Facebook readers may recall an appeal I put out on behalf of Terry’s daughter in 2016. The post was very well received and shared and a number of people came forward who had fond memories of Terry. I was … Continue reading

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Holocaust Memorial Event

Broxtowe Borough Council created the peaceful space in Bramcote Park to site A striking statue created by Naomi Blake, herself a survivor of the holocaust. (Left), This art work acts as a focus for the Memorial event held annually on … Continue reading

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Dads and Kids Saturday 13th January

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Stapleford CAT Meeting 18 January 2018

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Stapleford Post Office

Donna Macrae advises: The Post Office on Church Street is to close and there was a worry we could end up without a Post Office in Stapleford after there was opposition to the proposal to move into a local Bargain … Continue reading

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Shed break ins – beware!

I have been advised of several shed break ins in the Russley, Valmont, Rufford area of Bramcote in the last week or so. Please think about what is stored in your shed. If it is of specific value, consider keeping … Continue reading

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Surplus Food Donations

Surplus Food Donations from Tesco via Frareshare which are kindly donated to Stapleford Community Group are available at the Church@MontroseCourt from 9am tomorrow. Montrose Court off Melbourne Road Stapleford. The food is available for anyone who can collect between 9am … Continue reading

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