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Canal Towpath Closure

Started by Harry Burrows in Community News. Last reply by Harry Burrows on Tuesday. 4 Replies

Plant swap idea

Started by Michelle Mark in Community News. Last reply by Harry Burrows Apr 29. 4 Replies

Local Councillor Election

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News Apr 12. 0 Replies

Window Cleaner

Started by Joanna Colverson in Wanted Apr 3. 0 Replies

Cotgrave Safari Sale

Started by Harry Burrows in Community News Mar 30. 0 Replies

Recycling Sites

Started by Harry Burrows in Community News. Last reply by Harry Burrows Mar 23. 1 Reply

TEMPORARY RESTRICTION OF ROAD, PLUMTREE ROAD, COTGRAVE

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News. Last reply by Harry Burrows Jan 26. 1 Reply

HOLLYGATE LANE TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE

Started by Harry Burrows in Community News. Last reply by Harry Burrows Jan 6. 1 Reply

Cotgrave Connections Newsletter Deadline

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News Dec 7, 2015. 0 Replies

Trees Down in the Country Park

Started by Harry Burrows in Community News. Last reply by Harry Burrows Nov 21, 2015. 1 Reply

 

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Rushcliffe Events

Bunny Wood Nature Reserve Open Day

Bunny Wood Nature Reserve one of the best examples of ancient woodland in Rushcliffe will be running it`s annual open day on Sunday 8 May.

Bubble Rush

The Bubble Rush is the frothiest 5k charity fun run in the world – with a colourful twist! This fun and foamy event will see participants of all ages walking or running through a sea of colourful bubbles, all whilst supporting two great local charities – Nottinghamshire Hospice and the Heart of Experian Charity Fund.

Ruddington Bowls Club Open Day

Ruddington Bowls Club are holding an open day to encourage those who are interested in taking up bowls to give it a go.

Wysall Art Fair

The fourth Wysall Art Fair takes place on 14 and 15 May in Wysall Village Hall from 11am til 4pm.

Lady Bay Arts Festival 2016

2016 Lady Bay Arts festival featuring a fantastic line up of 75 artists & designers in 26 venues including artists’ studios, art in homes & gardens of local residents and businesses.

Latest Activity

Community Website Admin posted a discussion

Free one-day course - Common Standards Monitoring – assessing habitats NWT

We are pleased to be able to offer a free one-day course on Tuesday 7th June, funded through the…See More
yesterday
Harry Burrows replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Canal Towpath Closure
""Had a lovely walk there today with the kids in the rain". No more muddy puddles then. It…"
Tuesday
Ben Morgan replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Canal Towpath Closure
"Oh well, that would have made my daily commute a bit smoother, nevermind. What they've done in…"
Monday
Harry Burrows replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Canal Towpath Closure
"Just doing within the confines of the country park as far as I know"
Monday
Ben Morgan replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Canal Towpath Closure
"Do you know how much of the path is being resurfaced? I don't suppose there's any chance…"
Monday
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Plant Swap at Cotgrave Library

June 11, 2016 from 10am to 12pm
Treat your garden! Do you have any spare plants? Pick up a new plant? No need to book just bring…See More
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Michelle Mark and Harry Burrows are now friends
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Michelle Mark posted an event

Plant Swap at Cotgrave Library

June 11, 2016 from 10am to 12pm
Treat your garden! Do you have any spare plants? Pick up a new plant? No need to book just bring…See More
Apr 29
Harry Burrows replied to Michelle Mark's discussion Plant swap idea
"Have seen the date on FB and won't be able to attend on that date. Sorry but good luck with…"
Apr 29
Michelle Mark replied to Michelle Mark's discussion Plant swap idea
"Thanks for your replies. I am going for it, see events! :-) "
Apr 29
Harry Burrows replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Minutes of Meetings in the group Friends of Cotgrave Country Park Group
"March 2016 minutes"
Apr 28
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Open Studios event at 16 Risegate

May 21, 2016 to May 22, 2016
Jayne Childs is a local designer-maker working under the name of J.C. Middlebrook, creating new…See More
Apr 28
Jayne Childs updated their profile
Apr 28
Jayne Childs replied to Michelle Mark's discussion Plant swap idea
"Great idea, I'm interested! "
Apr 28
Community Website Admin posted events
Apr 28
Harry Burrows replied to Michelle Mark's discussion Plant swap idea
"I've seen this in other areas and it seems to work well. I for one would use it for bedding…"
Apr 28
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Haydn and Vivaldi in a Spring Concert at St Peter's Church, Church Street, Ruddington NG11 6HA

May 14, 2016 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Come and hear our Spring Concert.  We are singing Haydn Nelson Mass and Vivaldi Gloria.  Also,…See More
Apr 28
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Apr 28
john haskell posted an event

Cotgrave & district U3A Monthly Meeting at Main Hall, Cotgrave Welfare

May 10, 2016 from 10am to 11:30am
The talk is titledCatherine Compton's Diary by Steven Flindersand is about receiving a Victorian…See More
Apr 27
Michelle Mark posted a discussion

Plant swap idea

I am thinking of organising a plant swap morning at the Library. What are people's thoughts on this…See More
Apr 26
 
 
 

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Walking in Cotgrave

FIVE RINGS OF COTGRAVE

Five circular walks in and around Cotgrave totalling 18 miles. To be completed separately or as a challenge!

Click here to view and print the Five Rings of Cotgrave details with maps.

ORIENTEERING

Click here to see course details.

ORIENTEERING MAP

 

Cotgrave Neighbourhood Watch

Join Cotgrave Neighbourhood Watch Group today!

Click on the logo to receive regular NHW alerts and to find out more.

Lorry Watch

Lorry Watch is a scheme operated by Nottinghamshire County Council using local people to detect the misuse of weight restricted routes by heavy goods vehicles.

Cotgrave now has a 7.5 tonne weight limit on all approaches to the village.  All appropriate signs have been erected.  For the scheme to work successfully it will need the help of residents in reporting any overweight lorries they see.

The details you need are - place, time, date, vehicle registration number, name of the road and company owning the vehicle if possible.

Please bear in mind that although this applies to vehciles over 7.5 tonnes, large vehicles making deliveries etc will be allowed to enter.

https://secure.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/traffic-and-travel/lorry-watch

Nottinghamshire Police Survey

Nottinghamshire police are asking the people of Nottinghamshire to complete a web-based version of their Neighbourhood Priority Survey.

To take the survey online click here or call 101 for more information.

Job Vacancies

Cotgrave employers can advertise job vacancies for free in the Jobs Section of the Forum. If you are a website member, click HERE to advertise a Job Vacancy or contact admin@cotgravecommunity.com

Weather Forecast

Friday: Light Cloud, Maximum Temperature: 20°C (68°F) Minimum Temperature: 9°C (48°F)

Maximum Temperature: 20°C (68°F), Minimum Temperature: 9°C (48°F), Wind Direction: East North Easterly, Wind Speed: 8mph, Visibility: Good, Pressure: 1012mb, Humidity: 50%, UV Risk: 5, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:21 BST, Sunset: 20:42 BST

Latest Rushcliffe News

Notts on top in race for faster broadband

Superfast fibre broadband is now available for 95 per cent of homes and businesses in Nottinghamshire – a year ahead of the national target set by Government, it was revealed today (Wednesday 4 May 2016).

£4.5m fund to help people overcome barriers to employment

People facing significant barriers to finding employment will receive tailored support to develop their work skills from a £4.5million programme, provided through the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership.

Bridgford Park play area re-opened

The childrens play area in Bridgford Park has been re-opened following vandalism last Friday that left fragments of glass in the sandpit and floor areas.

Keeping swifts in the skies over Rushcliffe

An article from Swift Conservation: Every May swifts, who have spent the winter in Africa return to this country.  They are here for only three months, leaving again at the end of July, but in that brief period they make their presence felt.

By elections in East Leake and East Bridgford

A valid request has been received by the Returning Officer for elections to take place to fill the vacancies to East Bridgford Parish Council and the Stonebridge Ward of East Leake Parish Council.

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