Skip to content Skip to left sidebar Skip to right sidebar Skip to footer

Current News

George Spencer Academy – Admission Arrangements 2023/2024

The DfE Admission Code requires admission authorities to consult on their admission arrangements at least once every 7 years, even if there have been no changes during that period. The Code outlines who must be consulted.

The Spencer Academies Trust, of which George Spencer academy is a part, is proposing changes to the academy’s admissions arrangements from those which currently apply. We have made minor changes to wording to clarify points, removed the criterion of attendance at a Spencer Academy Trust School for all schools apart from Sunnyside; amended the service family criterion to include a catchment area; and included a criterion for residing in a catchment area. The closing date of the consultation period is the end of Thursday, 9 December 2021.

A copy of these can be found on our website www.george-spencer.com

Practical support for businesses to reduce carbon emissions

The NTU Sustainability in Enterprise team co-present this climate action event alongside Stapleford Town Council

The NTU Sustainability in Enterprise team co-present this climate action event alongside Stapleford Town Council

Programme

5pm – 6pm, Wednesday 8 September, 2021

In this workshop, find out about practical steps your business can take to reduce carbon emissions for your premises, processes and product design. Hear about ways NTU can support your business in this activity with access to expertise and grants. In particular, this forum invites businesses based in Stapleford to work together with NTU towards net carbon zero.

Helen Taylor MBA – Nottingham Business School

Helen Taylor is Sustainability in Enterprise Projects Coordinator at NTU and an independent sustainability consultant. Through her consultancy, Helen has for many years helped SMEs to achieve efficiency, innovate, increase competitive advantage and improve their bottom line by operating responsibly and creating environmental and social value. At NTU, Helen coordinates student carbon consultancy projects and has delivered carbon literacy workshops and webinars to business, as well as developing Circular Economy and Sustainability SME toolkits.

Kate Ling – Sustainability in Enterprise Project Manager, Nottingham Trent University

State Aid

This event is delivered by the Sustainability in Enterprise programme. The Sustainability in Enterprise programme is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). ERDF helps local areas to stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regenerations.

Programme

5pm – 6pm, Wednesday 8 September, 2021

Carnegie Civic Centre, Stapleford

Warren Avenue
Stapleford
NG9 8EY

Booking information

To join this face-to-face session, please click ‘Reserve your place’ and then “Download this event to your calendar”.

We look forward to seeing you on the day

Joining the event

For more information about this event, please contact:

Richard Barber

Marketing Executive, Knowledge Exchange NTU

richard.barber@ntu.ac.uk

The Big Vax-The-Nation Weekend

Help us spread the word as we vaccinate our nation across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

Walk-in Covid-19 jabs for all adults will be available from Friday 25 – Monday 28 June in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire as part of Nottinghamshire’s Big Weekend for vaccinations, where all eligible adults can come and grab a first or second jab from 8am-8pm. 

All those eligible for their Covid-19 vaccine will be able to receive a vaccine at nine sites across the county including Gamston Community Hall, Forest Recreation Ground, King’s Meadow Campus, Richard Herrod Centre, Newark Showground, Ashfield Health Village, Mansfield Wickes site, King’s Mill Hospital Vaccination Hub and Queen’s Medical Centre.  

Those currently eligible include any adult member of the public as well as those who are clinically vulnerable, clinically extremely vulnerable and carers. 

All sites will be offering both Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines to the public. If you are unsure or have any concerns, trained staff will be available at the vaccination sites to help put you at ease and answer your questions. 

All sites will be open from 8am to 8pm from Friday to Monday offering walk-in appointments to anyone eligible for their first or second dose. Second doses will be available for anybody who had their first dose on or before 30 April.  

You can share our posts on social media:

More information about the vaccination sites and how to get to them can be found here.

New Town Mayor elected

At it’s Annual Meeting held on 28th May 2021, the Town Council elected a new Town Mayor, Councillor Simon Frost. Also elected was his Deputy Councillor Jan Goold.

Both were delighted to be appointed to their new roles and are looking forward to serving the community of Stapleford, in this new capacity, over the next 12 months.

Anyone wishing to invite the Town Mayor to an event should get in touch with the Town Clerk’s office.

Stapleford’s Towns Fund bid successful!

Stapleford Town council is delighted that Stapleford will receive £21.1m from a successful Towns Fund Initiative bid. We would like to thank all of those involved, not least the residents and local group representatives who came along to our Carnegie Civic centre to put forward their ideas and aspirations as part of the steering group for the bid. Well done!

The funding will see investment in a range of initiatives across Stapleford. For more information about the proposals and projects, visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk/staplefordtowndeal

HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, K.G., K.T.

Stapleford Town Council are deeply saddened to hear of the death of HRH Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh and would like to extend our deepest condolences to HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family.  Visit www.royal.uk to view the announcement in full.

Due to Covid-19 a book of condolence will not be available and floral tributes are discouraged. An online book of condolence is available via Buckingham Palace, please visit www.royal.uk to send your message.

Please check Broxtowe Borough Council’s website and social media channels for updates www.broxtowe.gov.uk/dukeofedinburgh

Further announcements will be made in due course.

Councillor Richard MacRae, Town Mayor

Have your say – Neighbourhood Plan Consultation 2021

Over the next week or so a consultation newsletter will be dropping through the doors of residents and businesses in Stapleford. This consultation is the culmination of several years of work and will be the final public input before a Neighbourhood Plan is drawn up for Stapleford.

The Council would like to thank everyone that has been involved so far and is keen to hear your thoughts on the current challenges and possible solutions for Stapleford.

Within the document is a link to an online questionnaire. If you know residents who would like a hardcopy of the questionnaire please email the Clerk with details and we can get one out to them.

DECLARATION OF VACANCY OF TOWN COUNCILLOR

There exists TWO vacancies for a Town Councillor on Stapleford Town Council in the Stapleford South West Ward. The Town Council is considering filling the vacancies by co-option and we are inviting applications from members of the community.  To be eligible for co-option, you must:

  1. Be of at least 18 years of age
  2. Be a British citizen, an eligible Commonwealth citizen or a citizen of any member state of the European Union
  3. Not hold any paid office within the Town Council
  4. Not be subject to a bankruptcy order
  5. Not have been convicted of any criminal offence during the last five years resulting in imprisonment for more than three months
  6. Meet at least one of the following four criteria:
  7. Be registered as an elector in the Parish of Stapleford
  8. Reside in the Parish of Stapleford, or within three miles of the border of the Parish, and have done so for the entire 12 months preceding the date of this notice.
  9. You have occupied as owner or tenant any land or other premises in the Stapleford Parish area during the whole of the 12 months prior to the date of this notice.
  10. Your main or only place of work during the whole of the 12 months prior to the date of this notice has been in the Stapleford Parish area.

Local knowledge and/or experience/skills in areas of relevance to the Council’s activities would be useful in this role, but not essential. Subject to meeting the legal requirements above, the vacancy is open to all Parish Electors.

Expressions of interest should be made in writing, using the application form provided, to the Town Clerk, no later than 10 working days following the date of this notice.  For more information, please contact the Town Council directly.

Co-option will take place on Friday, 5 March 2021 and you must be available to present yourself to Councillors at this meeting.

Date of notice: Thursday 11 February 2021  Deadline: Thursday 25 February 2021

Stapleford Town Council, Carnegie Civic and Community Centre, Warren Avenue, Stapleford, Nottinghamshire, NG9 8EY

Email: town.clerk@stapleford-tc.gov.uk      Tel: (0115) 9391818

Picture of white clouds and blue sky with Stapleford Town Council Logo and message saying Stapleford Town Council is Carbon Neutral

Stapleford Town Council Announces Net Carbon Zero Status

Stapleford Town Council declared a climate emergency in September 2019 in response to reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).  A report produced by the Council in Spring 2020 calculated the Council’s carbon foot-print to be 24 tonnes of CO2 equivalents for the year up to February 2020.

The Council recently agreed to offset the footprint by using an accredited scheme of tree planting in the East Midlands area. The Council acknowledges that offsetting should not be wholly relied upon as a solution, but until other energy saving initiatives are in place, felt it should be responsible for its emissions. The Council has already begun looking into ways of further reducing its footprint and becoming more energy efficient.

The Council is now looking to share its knowledge and expertise in calculating carbon footprints with local businesses and the community. The aim is to help reduce the carbon emissions for the whole of Stapleford as soon as possible.

Font Resize
Contrast