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Author: Sophie Lucas

Just Giving – Crowdfunding Covid19 Relief Fund

The communities across Broxtowe, in Stapleford, Beeston, Chilwell, Kimberley, Nuthall, Eastwood, Awsworth & all the villages have worked so hard to support each other during the COVID19 crisis so far, but the reality is that food banks, charities and community groups are seeing unprecedented demand and money is tight!

So that’s why our Maggie, local Councillor, publican and postman extraordinaire is delivering his rounds in fancy dress this week, & what‘s more, he‘s doing in VE Day themed attire as a home guard ? Please sponsor him to do this and donate generously as all money raised will be going to the Broxtowe COVID19 fund held by the Council, to be shared out fairly across the groups who need it.

Message from Maggie – Don‘t forget your bunting on Friday flowers!

Roadworks Bulletin – Temporary Road Closure – B6003 Toton Lane, Stapleford – Sunday 24th May 2020

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Prepared by: Steven WallisDate: 26th March 2020 
Tel No.: 0115 9773035 

Roadworks Bulletin – Broxtowe Area 

Prohibition of Driving – Stapleford 

 Road No. & Location   B6003 Toton Lane, Stapleford – From its junction with Cliffe Hill Avenue to its junction with Brookhill Street 
 Dates/Times   From 08.00 hours until 17.00  Sunday 24th May 2020 
 Carried Out By:   Severn Trent Water 
 Nature of Restriction   Temporary Prohibition of Driving 
 Nature of Works  New Water Connection 
 Alternative Route   B5010 Derby Road, Stapleford – B5010 Station Road, Sandiacre – B5010 Derby Road, Sandiacre – Bostocks Lane – Junction 25 M1, Sandiacre – A52 Brian Clough Way –Stapleford Bypass A52, Stapleford and Vice Versa 
  Enquires    Steve Dunne Severn Trent Water 02477 716 820 
 Emergency Contact   John Brown Severn Trent Water 07967 304 479 

(Ref: BR20-049 Roadworks Bulletin) 

Red Lines Indicates Road Closure Points 

Blue Line Indicates Diversion Route 

(BR20-049 Roadworks Bulletin) 

New University of Nottingham Free Online Adult Education programme for Coronavirus Emergency begins 21 April

In response to the coronavirus emergency, the University of Nottingham has organised an Adult Education programme online of over thirty one-hour online sessions on a range of topics, commencing on Tuesday 21 April. There is no fee. Some sessions are related to the epidemic, some are more general. Details are at:

These sessions are intended to be of interest especially to the communities of Nottinghamshire and the East Midlands.

Registration is already open for the first three sessions – registration for the remainder will be open after Easter.

Business Support during the COVID-19 Outbreak

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Business Support during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Financial Support to Businesses
The Chancellor has set out a package of temporary and targeted measures to support public services, people and businesses through this period of disruption caused by COVID-19. This includes a package of measures to support businesses including: a statutory sick pay relief package for SMEs a 12-month business rates holiday for all retail, hospitality and leisure businesses in England small business grant funding of £10,000 for all business in receipt of small business rate relief or rural rate relief
grant funding of £25,000 for retail, hospitality and leisure businesses with property with a rateable value between £15,000 and £51,000 the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme to support long-term viable businesses who may need to respond to cash-flow pressures by seeking additional finance the HMRC Time To Pay Scheme
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How to access this support
We understand this is a stressful time for businesses but please be patient whilst we work to put in place plans to administer these financial support packages in line with Government guidance, which will be released shortly.  We will provide an update on this as soon as possible. You can also contact: The government’s Business Support Helpline for free advice

Business Support Helpline (England)
Telephone: 0300 456 3565
Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 6.00pm
You can also find free support, advice and sources of finance through your Local Growth Hub.

Covid-19 and Your Workforce
This guidance will assist employers and businesses in providing advice to staff on: the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 how to help prevent spread of all respiratory infections including COVID-19 what to do if someone with suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 has been in a workplace setting what advice to give to individuals who have travelled to specific areas, as outlined by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) (full list is available here) advice for the certification of absence from work resulting from COVID-19
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Council Services The Council is sharing regular updates about affected Council services at You can also get updates on our social media accounts. For more information visit T: 0115 917 3826

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