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23 August 2019Let's Go Fly a Kite
Sunday 1st September 2019, 12 noon to 4pm: Kite Field, Rushcliffe Country Park
This is the afternoon you can amble over to Rushcliffe Country Park for the revival of the Kite Festival. The Midlands Kite fliers will be demonstrating their Kite Flying skills on 1st September organised by the Parish Council Events Team.
You’re welcome to come along just to spectate or you can bring your own kite. If you don’t have one, you’ll be able to make one free at the event, courtesy of resources from the Rushcliffe Play Forum.
There will be overspill free parking at Vision Express, Ruddington Fields Business Park, Mere Way, Ruddington, Nottingham NG11 6NZ.
20 August 2019Tollerton Lane to close for 12 days
Tollerton Lane is to close for 12 days for resurfacing work
Via East Midlands on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council will carry out carriageway resurfacing from A606 Melton Road (the traffic lights beside the petrol station) to Cotgrave Lane and the southern access road to Tollerton Airfield.
The closure will take place from 06.00 hours on Monday 9th September 2019 until 22.00 hours on Friday 20th September 2019
There will be a temporary Prohibition of Driving (except buses), Waiting, Loading and Unloading.
15 August 2019Roadworks in Plumtree - Wednesday August 21st
Notts County Council have confirmed there will be road works in Plumtree on WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 that will necessitate the closure of the main road through the village for a short period, most likely between 11.30am and 2.30pm.
It is understood from VIA/Notts County Council that arrangements will be made for the bus service to be allowed through the works which will be spread from the end of Bradmore Lane, Plumtree to Normanton Lane in Keyworth
10 August 2019July Crime Figures
The July 2019 crime figures are now available on the Local Crime page of this website.
30 July 2019Free Tree Scheme
Free Tree Scheme for Residents from Rushcliffe Borough Council
Following the success of last year's tree schemes in the Borough in which individual residents could apply for two free trees and the parish council for ten, Rushcliffe have said the idea is to be repeated again this year.
For residents, two trees will be available – crab apple and rowan. Anyone wishing to apply can do so to Mr Paul Phillips whose direct telephone number at the council offices at Rushcliffe Arena, Rugby Road, West Bridgford is 0115 914 8595.
The trees supplied would be between 1.5 and 2 metres in height and would be complete with tree guards, mulch mat and tree stakes.
Any queries maybe addressed to Mike Elliott, clerk to the Parish Council 0115 937 6506.