Category Archives: Bramcote Conservation Society

Keeping The Village in Trim

Tony Smith (Treasurer Bramcote Conservation Society) Writes: Members of Bramcote Conservation Society have recently been busy tidying up and trimming the ivy and overgrowth away from the Herringbone wall around the vicarage in Bramcote Village. (The ivy had started to … Continue reading

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Closure of The Footpath Between Moss Drive and Bluebell Woods in Bramcote

Bramcote Conservation Society write: The footpath between Moss Drive and Bluebell Woods in Bramcote was permanently closed off in early January, by the upgrading of the existing gates by Lawns Co who intentionally blocked off ALL pedestrian access to Bluebell … Continue reading

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Closure of Moss Drive Footpath to Bramcote Woods

Simon Wilson writes: Can anyone shed light on the blocking off of the public access to the Bramcote woods via Moss Drive by the Lawns flats? This access is used by the public, local scout groups, and dog walkers and … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society AGM 23 June

Bramcote Conservation Society invites people to attend its AGM and talk on Tuesday 23rd June at 7.30pm. The illustrated talk is by Stuart Bramwell and is entitled Derbyshire – Landscapes for All Seasons and will show a walker’s view along … Continue reading

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Come and Meet Bramcote Conservation Society on Monday 23 February

Keith Town writes: Bramcote Conservation Society is meeting up at the White Lion, Town Street at just after 8.00pm on Monday 23rd February. If anyone would like to hear what we do or has a concern about local planning matters … Continue reading

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The Shape of Bramcote – A Matter of Great Concern.

George Read, Bramcote Conservation Society writes: I very much enjoy reading what is going on in Broxtowe each Monday morning when I read the Broxtowe e-news edited by Councillor David Watts. It is very informative. However, this Monday 3rd November … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society’s Autumn Event

Keith Town writes: Bramcote Conservation Society is holding its Autumn Event on Tuesday 28 October 8.00pm at the Memorial Hall, Church Street. Our speaker will be Mr Bill Wheatley MBE of Beeston Wildlife Group. He will be giving us an … Continue reading

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Save Broxtowe’s Greenbelt – Press Release Thursday 11th September 2014

Broxtowe campaign groups have stepped up the fight to save precious greenbelt land from development by launching a united ‘Save Broxtowe’s Greenbelt’ campaign. This follows on from the recent decision by Ms Jill Kingaby, the government inspector, to approve controversial … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society Open Meeting 30 June

Bramcote Conservation Society invites local people to join us at The White Lion (in the top bar) on Monday (30th) where we are happy to discuss any concerns they may have about local matters in Bramcote. If you missed our … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society AGM 26 June

Bramcote Conservation Society are holding our AGM at The Memorial Hall at 8.00pm this Thursday (26th). Amongst other topics we will be discussing are Nottinghamshire County Council’s plans to stop parking near the school on Cow Lane and have a … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society Spring Event 7 April 2014

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Property Development in Bramcote – Statement From Bramcote Conservation Society

Recently Bramcote Conservation Society was invited to a meeting at St John’s College where we were shown provisional plans for 35 houses to be built on land owned by St John’s next to the school. We were asked for our … Continue reading

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Discuss Planning Issues with Bramcote Conservation Society

We have received this by email from Keith Town:   Bramcote Conservation Society invites anyone who is concerned about local planning issues or has any other concerns to join us at the White Lion (top house) on Monday 27th January.   We … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society Open Meeting Monday 29 July

Keith Town writes: Bramcote Conservation Society is holding it’s usual open meeting at the White Lion pub (top bar) on Monday 29 July. If any local residents have any concerns about their area or wish to find out more about … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society AGM 3 July

Bramcote Conservation Society is holding its AGM on Wednesday 3rd July at the Memorial Hall on Church Street at 8.00pm. Following on from the formalities there will be an illustrated talk on Life at Bramcote School ( Located at the … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society Monthly Drop-in 27 May

Bramcote Conservation Society are having their last Monday of the month informal drop in at the White Lion, Town Street a.k.a the ‘Top House’ from 9.00pm on Monday 27 May. Please call in to see us if you have any … Continue reading

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Bramcote Conservation Society Drop In Meeting Tonight

Bramcote Conservation Society are having their last Monday of the month informal drop in tonight (29 April) at the White Lion, Town Street a.k.a the ‘Top House’ from 8.00pm. Please call in to see us if you have any points … Continue reading

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Field Farm – Last Chance

Bramcote Conservation Society would like to remind the residents of Bramcote and Stapleford that an important decision is about to be made by Broxtowe Borough Council. On April 10th the Council’s Planning Committee will meet to decide whether to approve … Continue reading

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