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  • Your region, your mayor, your vote: People will decide who leads a £4 billion boost for the East Midlands

    Your region, your mayor, your vote: People will decide who leads a £4 billion boost for the East Midlands

    A £4 billion investment in the future of the East Midlands will be guided by a public vote. Nottinghamshire, Nottingham, Derbyshire and Derby, have opened the door to a massive investment in transport, skills, housing and the environment after securing a deal to set up a combined county authority covering the region. But what the…

  • Annual Parish Meeting

    Annual Parish Meeting

    The 2024 Parish Meeting for Collingham Parish will be held on 11th April at 6:30pm at the Youth & Community Centre on Low Street.  

  • March edition of the Connect newsletter from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

    The March edition of the Connect newsletter from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire is available HERE. In this month’s edition, stories include funding to help improve neighbourhood policing, new state-of-the-art CCTV in Beeston and much more.

  • Rural crime prevention enhanced with new vehicles secured

    Efforts to catch offenders in rural areas in Nottinghamshire have been boosted by the addition of three brand-new Hilux 4x4s which have been rolled out across the county. The fleet available to Nottinghamshire Police has now expanded with vehicles  located in Bassetlaw, Newark and Sherwood as well as Rushcliffe to give the force the best…

  • Electric Blanket Safety

  • You are invited to learn more about policing in your area

    If you are 18 years or older and interested in gaining a deeper understanding of daily policing activities in your local area, our Public Observation Scheme would be perfect for you. This program gives you the opportunity to observe and engage with various aspects of policing, aimed at enhancing community engagement and feedback. You can…

  • Residents can now have their say on Public Space Protection Orders

    Residents can now have their say on Public Space Protection Orders

    A number of Newark and Sherwood’s Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) will come to an end in 2024 and as such, a review of the PSPOs and the related information is being undertaken, and the Council is reaching out to residents, businesses, partner agencies and wider groups to hear their thoughts.

  • Important update on the Kerbside Glass Recycling Service

    Important update on the Kerbside Glass Recycling Service

    From this week, your silver (with teal lids) kerbside glass recycling bins are being delivered to homes across Newark and Sherwood!

  • Stop! Think fraud.

    Did you know? Fraud accounts for almost 40% of all crime. In just one year, 1 in 17 adults in England and Wales were victims of fraud. That’s nearly 3 million of us. 1 in 5 businesses were also a victim of fraud over a 3 year period. In other words, fraud is rife and…

  • GEM – Greet, Eat n Meet is one year old!

    Have you heard of us, do you know what we do? Please read on to find out, then maybe you would like to join us. GEM was formed in February 2023 as a social group to serve local residents of all ages. Previously a group called Sage Gardener had operated successfully for many years in…