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FLOOD UPDATE

The County flooding pages are here

https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/planning-and-environment/flooding

The number to contact is below.

0300 500 80 80

Out of hours contacts are here

https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/planning-and-environment/emergencies-and-disruption/emergency-contacts

The Highways Out of Hours Number is 01253 502776
·        6pm to 8am Monday to Friday
·        weekends
·        Bank Holidays.

Food-bank Referral Line

If you need to access Foodbanks locally then the details are posted below. 

Haven Church

Wadsworth Rd,

NG9 8BD

Tuesdays and Fridays at the Haven 10am -12pm

0115 824 0287 option 2
Also available:-

The Church at Montrose Court 

4 Montrose Court

NG9 8LJ

The Church @ Montrose Court Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Church-at-Montrose-Court-1027850797346830/ or send them a message.

Text message or call 07941 367911

Opening hours are 9:00- 11:30am Mon, Wed and Thursday

Just Giving – Crowdfunding Covid19 Relief Fund

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/maggie-home-guard

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!

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:

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/education/events/2019-20/adult-education.aspx

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.