Tuesday, June 2, 2020
All Rushcliffe Borough Council managed play areas have been closed until further notice in light of COVID-19. In line with central government advice on social distancing, the areas will close to assist the authority’s guidelines in reducing the transmission of...
A tattoo parlour has become the first business of its kind in Rushcliffe to be registered with a countywide hygiene rating, achieving the top score of five stars. Vellum Tattoo in West Bridgford has joined The Hygiene Accreditation Scheme (HAS),...
An update from Yumacha and Uchi: "Given the challenges of COVID-19, we understand many people may be relying on food delivery services more. Yumacha & Uchi will now be offering a takeaway service for the first time to all our...
Community groups and residents are being invited to give their views on the future use of Lutterell Hall. Rushcliffe Borough Council is encouraging all to complete a consultation on the West Bridgford facility or in person at Rushcliffe Community Contact Centre,...
An unregistered waste carrier has been fined for dumping items he had been paid to take away outside West Bridgford’s Recycling Centre after it had closed. Rushcliffe Borough Council prosecuted Peter Robinson, 51, from Clifton, for leaving a mattress and...
All Rushcliffe Borough Council managed car parks are free to use with time limits lifted until further notice in light of COVID-19. The authority is not enforcing parking restrictions but asks all motorists to observe disabled bay rules. They include the...
Rushcliffe Arena is being illuminated in vibrant pink and blue lighting to reflect Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019. The lights will shine each evening in the campaign’s official colours from October 9 to 15 as part of a display of...
West Bridgford has a new Customer Service Centre for residents to access key Rushcliffe Borough Council services, contact Nottinghamshire Police and connect with a host of local partners. Conveniently located in the centre of West Bridgford and close to bus...
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Cabinet is set to discuss retaining ownership of Lutterell Hall in West Bridgford and exploring lease agreements with up to three community organisations whilst maintaining public use of the venue. The Council received three expressions of interest...
A Facebook group has been launched - you can apply to join here West Bridgford Community Helpers "This is a group intended to help those of us who would like to support more vulnerable and elderly members of our community...
3,583FansLike
1,548FollowersFollow
8,353FollowersFollow

Advertisment