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02 April 2020Nottinghamshire Police Recruitment

28 March 2020Covid-19 Scams

From Councillor John Cottee, Nottinghamshire County Council:

Our Trading Standards team is aware of a number of scams that are seeking to take advantage of the Coronavirus situation to target vulnerable people.

Click here for the page on the County Council website explaining the nature of these scams, and to report any such incidents.

 

24 March 2020Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Your Parish Council has co-ordinated details of villagers who are able to help neighbours in need at this difficult time. A letter has been delivered to every household in the village. For more information contact a Parish Councillor.

Please note that the Annual Parish Meeting and the Parish Council Meeting planned for Monday 23rd March will NOT take place. VE Day 75 celebrations have also been cancelled.

 

13 March 2020Town and Parish Update

The March edition of the Town and Parish Update from Rushcliffe Borough Council is now available.

Click to read a PDF version - 11th March 2020.

 

09 March 2020War Memorial Listed

plumtree war memorialThe War Memorial in the churchyard of St Mary's Plumtree was Grade II listed as a building of Special Architectural or Historic Interest on April 12, 2019.

Details of the listing can be found on the Historic England website.

Reasons for Designation

Plumtree War Memorial is listed at Grade II for the following principal reasons:

  • Historic interest: it is an eloquent witness to the tragic impact of world events on the local community, and the sacrifice it made in the conflicts of the C20.
  • Architectural interest: it is a well-detailed war memorial in the form of a Celtic cross decorated with the sword of sacrifice.
  • Group value: it has group value with the Grade I listed Church of St Mary’s and the early C19 rectory and its gateway and wall, both listed at Grade II.

 

 

07 March 2020February 2020 Crime Figures

The February 2020 Crime Figures are now available on the Local Crime page

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