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The Future of This Web Site

Started by Harry Burrows in Community News. Last reply by DAVE FAULCONBRIDGE 19 hours ago. 5 Replies

Neighbourhood Priority Survey

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News on Wednesday. 0 Replies

Nottinghamshire County Council Roadworks Bulletin

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News. Last reply by Matt Lockley Feb 18. 3 Replies

Temporary Restriction of Road Closure

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News Feb 17. 0 Replies

Nottinghamshire County Council Temporary Restriction of Road

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News. Last reply by Cllr Richard Butler Feb 12. 9 Replies

FLY TIPPING

Started by NICOLA DEBORAH COX in Community News. Last reply by patricia webster Feb 2. 2 Replies

Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire (BBfN) - Cotgrave

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News. Last reply by Richard Snellgrove Jan 31. 3 Replies

Roadworks on Colston Gate

Started by Julie Stephenson in Community News. Last reply by Community Website Admin Jan 29. 1 Reply

Cotgrave Town Centre Update

Started by Community Website Admin in Community News Jan 20. 0 Replies

CARE WORKERS - RECRUITING NOW !

Started by Georgette Blasdale in Job Vacancies Jan 19. 0 Replies

Old Keys Collection

Started by Julie Stephenson in Community News. Last reply by Harry Burrows Jan 13. 3 Replies

 

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Mark Daly-Wilson and Harry Burrows are now friends
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DAVE FAULCONBRIDGE replied to Harry Burrows's discussion The Future of This Web Site
"Well said Harry. With the forthcoming growth of Cotgrave, a resource like this to encourage…"
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DAVE FAULCONBRIDGE and Sarah McGinley are now friends
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DAVE FAULCONBRIDGE liked Harry Burrows's discussion The Future of This Web Site
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Community Website Admin liked Harry Burrows's discussion The Future of This Web Site
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Friends of Cotgrave Country Park at Hollygate Lane Car Park

March 3, 2015 from 10am to 2pm
Come and join in one of the Task Days and help look after our country park. Volunteers are needed…See More
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Kate Hodges liked Harry Burrows's discussion The Future of This Web Site
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Richard Snellgrove replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Future of This Web Site
"No good news I don't use site as much as should but do pop on every day without fail to catch…"
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Mark Daly-Wilson replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Future of This Web Site
"As the local elections are comming up it would be a good time to make it a political issue and…"
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Mark Daly-Wilson replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Future of This Web Site
"Well said"
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Mark Daly-Wilson liked Harry Burrows's discussion Future of This Web Site
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Harry Burrows posted a discussion

Future of This Web Site

The Town Council are taking the decision to close this web site because of COST v USE. It is time…See More
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Harry Burrows replied to Harry Burrows's discussion Handbag Thefts in the group Cotgrave Neighbourhood Watch Group
"Further news. A suspect was spotted and arrested yesterday in Morrisons"
Friday
John McGinley posted a status
"So dissapointed to hear this COMMUNITY website is closing down :( contact the Town Council if you object."
Friday
Mark Daly-Wilson commented on Christine Murray's status
"The Cemetery"
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Harry Burrows commented on Christine Murray's status
"An application for what? New houses or the natural cemetery. I did hear that the natural cemetery…"
Thursday
Mark Daly-Wilson commented on Christine Murray's status
"A new application went in on the 10th Feb"
Thursday
Harry Burrows commented on Christine Murray's status
"It is for building. It has been bought by Davis homes I think the natural cemetery was refused…"
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Community Website Admin posted events
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Neighbourhood Priority Survey

If you want to influence what issues your local beat team focuses on where you live or work for the…See More
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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

Sunday: Light Rain Shower, Minimum Temperature: 2°C (36°F)

Minimum Temperature: 2°C (36°F), Wind Direction: West South Westerly, Wind Speed: 11mph, Visibility: Very Good, Pressure: 998mb, Humidity: 53%, UV Risk: 1, Pollution: Low, Sunset: 17:42 GMT

Latest Rushcliffe News

Rushcliffe Reports Spring 2015

The Spring edition of Rushcliffe Reports is now available to view online here.

Bingham Methodist Church

Bingham Methodist Church in Eaton Place is being demolished to make way for a brand new church.

New Charter to be unveiled to get many more disabled people active

More sport and physical activity providers will be asked to commit their support to a new Charter, which aims to improve the number of active disabled people.

Forward planning – forward thinking

Our Development Control Committee meets every month to discuss and decide on planning applications. Some planning applications are decided by our staff as they are straightforward and non-controversial. But some applications attract more interest and concern. We let you know about the planning decisions that we think are of most interest after each committee – we post information on our website and on social media. Every year, we determine well over 1,000 planning applications, ranging from domestic extensions to large housing schemes and new business premises.

Consulting on a new planning document for Melton Road, Edwalton

Rushcliffe has recently adopted the first part of its Local Plan. This outlines an overall strategy for where new homes should be built by 2028. The plan includes a site for around 1,500 new homes in Edwalton to the east of Sharphill Wood.

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