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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.
People in parts of Nottinghamshire are being asked to take part in a consultation to review the provision of gluten-free foods on prescription. Some gluten free foods like bread, flour and pasta are currently available on prescription for people who have coeliac disease - a common digestive condition, triggered by the protein gluten which is found in wheat, barley and rye. Health commissioners from three NHS clinical commissioning groups are consulting on whether the NHS should continue to provide prescriptions for gluten free foods for the populations they serve.
Activeace, who manage our tennis courts in West Bridgford, are offering free tennis coaching for the whole of August to any new players wishing to have a go at Bridgford Park or West Park tennis courts.