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 and 10am tomorrow.
We would like to thank Tesco for the generous food donations as it goes to help so many people who would otherwise be going without.
Stapleford Community Group
0774 034 4427
Dr John Doddy and the Action Hunger team would like to wish everyone a happy Christmas.
The Charity is simple in its conception but uniquely positioned to target Homelessness and Rough Sleeping right on the street where the need is most acute. We envisage an Action Hunger Vending Machine in every town and city where homelessness and rough sleeping are identified.
PS there are still a few tickets left for the Conservative Annual Supper Party on 19th January – Guest Speaker Cllr. Dr. John Doddy . Phone Martin 07496445455 .
Cllr. Dr John Doddy
Chair Health & Wellbeing Board
Nottinghamshire County Council
Alderman White School in Nottingham signs Autism Alliance Charter in partnership with Autism East Midlands and celebrates the unveil of The Haven (student space).
Alderman White School in Nottingham signs Autism Alliance Charter in partnership with Autism East Midlands and celebrates the unveil of The Haven (student space). Since the summer of 2017 the learning and development team at Autism East Midlands working in partnership with the Autism Alliance have provided autism awareness training for all the staff at the school and have also produced an autism friendly environmental audit. The school have worked closely and swiftly to ensure suitable changes have been made to improve their school and to ensure an autism friendly environment.
The school staff and student also proudly unveil The Haven (student space) originally created to support one young student with complex needs who required a classroom work space to accommodate his physical and medical condition. This space has grown and become much more, designed and developed by both staff and students with the objective to create a workable space for students with additional needs, those on the autism spectrum, and for students who from time to time may require a quiet space to break from lessons.
A few updates for you:-
Redwood Crescent, Beeston 1900-2100 20/12/2017
Baulk Lane, Stapleford – 1700 19/12/2017 and 0800 20/12/2017
Please can you check your shed security? Now is a great time to do so. Make it difficult for thieves to enter. Please ensure all valuable items in the shed are marked and locked (especially cycles and lawn mowers etc.)
We trust that 2018 will be a good year for you all and that you will continue to support us in the future.
and a Happy New Year
Anna and the team
Mike Johnson has won this year’s Christmas card competition with his photograph of people sledging in King George’s Park, Bramcote. My thanks to all the entrants and congratulations to the runners-up Steve Adams and Chris Davis. Bramcote resident Mike, is a keen photographer and I think his combination of a wintry scene with St Michael’s Church in the background captures much of what Christmas means for many people. People of all faiths and none celebrate and enjoy Christmas. It is worth remembering that this is the season of peace and goodwill to all men and women and I hope those sentiments continue throughout 2018.
It can be devastating to the lives of those who experience it. There are long-term consequences beyond housing: physical and mental health, financial stability, education, employment and self-esteem are all affected. Broxtowe Youth Homelessness is a local charity based on Church Walk in Stapleford. We have been working for 34 years to prevent homelessness and support homeless young people.
We provide practical and emotional support to 16-25 year olds who are at risk of homelessness or have been homeless – offering the help they need to rebuild their lives.
Everyone has a different story – we offer the support needed by each individual. This might be providing clothing, food and toiletries, helping them settle into their first home, giving advice and making referrals, helping them gain qualifications through our training programme, or simply by being a friendly face to turn to in times of need.
The Food will be available for COLLECTION ONLY from Broxtowe Youth Homelessness, 1 Church Walk, Stapleford, NG9 8DE (Off Nottingham Road, behind Butties). from approximately 5pm until 6pm on Sunday 24th December.
We have enough volunteers to help us collect and hand out the food, but we do need help making people aware that food donations will be available for COLLECTION ONLY so please share this article on your own social media.
A huge thank you to Drive Motoring School who have kindly offered to help with collecting the very kind food donations from Aldi.
Aldi have received an overwhelming level of support with thousands of emails and letters and some very touching and encouraging support via social media.
Aldi have been working very hard to ensure all donations are carried out safely and efficiently and they are delighted to have managed to partner over 335 Stores to donate food on Christmas Eve.
They hope that all the hard work can help Stapleford Community Group and Broxtowe Youth Homelessness to make a real difference in the local community this Christmas.
Councillor John Doddy a Trustee of Action Hunger demonstrates how to use the new vending machine that has been installed in the Intu Broadmarsh Shopping Centre.
To see more information about this please visit the Nottingham Post Article here.
Hello again, Lots of people who follow politics will know that I successfully voted against the Government on Wednesday night. It gives me no pleasure to say that. I will deal with the matter in detail at the end of this newsletter as there is important constituency news to report, including details of a dreadful accident that occurred in Beeston this week.
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BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL is seeking the views of the local community on the future of the Town Hall building, on Foster Avenue in Beeston, as it continues to look for ways to save money to meet the financial challenges it faces.
The consultation, which is available online at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/townhallconsultation is open until 15th January and asks local people to choose one of three options put forward by the Council for the future of the building.
Visitors to Beeston Town Centre are being made aware of the temporary closure of two car parks due to ground investigation work for the redevelopment of the town centre.
From Monday 8th January 2018, the Former Fire Station and Station Road Central car parks will close for a period of approximately 10 working days.
Councillor Richard Jackson, Leader of Broxtowe Borough Council, said, “We appreciate the difficulties this will cause for visitors to Beeston, however, the ground investigation work is integral to the redevelopment of the town centre. The end result will help revitalise the town and develop a thriving and sustainable evening economy, as well as providing more homes for local people.”
Nottinghamshire County Council is set to launch an eight-week consultation to help boost plans to manage its public rights of way – a network of 4,000 public footpaths, bridleways and byways.
The go-ahead to launch a consultation in the New Year has been formally approved by councillors and been welcomed by the local branch of the National Farmers Union.
Read more on the Nottinghamshire County Council Website.
Hello again, I have warmly welcomed the early morning deal secured by the Prime Minister and the EU. By making it clear there will be no hard border in Northern Ireland and that any future trade deal or arrangement will cover the entire UK, I believe we have taken important steps away from a hard Brexit and towards maintaining the benefits of the existing Customs Union and Single Market, after we have left the EU. That is good news for British business and so it is good news for all of us.
Finally; the blue skies and sunshine is welcome but it’s blooming cold! If you have an elderly neighbour please check they are warm and well.
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