We are a group of residents of Cropwell Bishop who are coming together to help out in the community during a time where some people are experiencing difficulty
The Coronavirus Community Help Group have identified vulnerable residents who in the current climate are in need of our help.
We wish to start a food bank to help our vulnerable so if you can donate any of the below items they would be greatly received.
If you or your family are in need of the groups help please contact: Carol Halpin on 01159 890366
Drop off points will be:
The Old School – Clerk’s Office Door to the rear of the building
10.00am to 12.00 mid-day Monday to Friday
Cropwell Bishop Primary School
Take at Drop off or Collect time or send in with your Children
Squash – Juice
Tins of Spaghetti
Any Breakfast Cereal
Long Life Milk
All Purpose Cleaner
We thank you for your support during this pandemic.
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Various Roads in Cropwell Bishop – PUBLIC ADVERT
Via East Midlands Ltd is working on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council to deliver Highway Services.
Following reports of inappropriate and inconsiderate parking and in order to ease traffic movements
in the village, it is proposed to introduce ‘No Waiting At Any Time’ restrictions (Double Yellow Lines)
along parts of Nottingham Road, Fern Road, Church Street, Kinoulton Road, Old Lenton Close, Hoe
View Road, Field Lane, St Giles Way, The Maltings and Stockwell Lane, Cropwell Bishop.
The proposals have been designed to retain some on street parking, which will have a chicane effect and
act as a traffic calming measure and have the agreement of the local County Councillor and the
Parish Council. It is also proposed to introduce 2 new Bus Stop Clearways, No Stopping Monday to
Saturday 7am to 7pm at the Bus Stops on Church Street.
The proposals will be advertised and notices displayed on site. A plan showing the proposals
(Drawing number H/SLW/3534/01) is attached, along with a copy of the site notice.
Any observations on these proposals should reach me in writing, either by letter or email, by 16th November 2020. If your comments are in the form of an objection to the proposals please clearly state this and the reasons for your objection. If the objection cannot be resolved, it will be reported through the County Council’s procedures at the appropriate time.
Any details you provide may be shared with Nottinghamshire County Council as appropriate.
Steph Walford (Mrs)
Senior Improvements Officer
Tel: 0115 977 4742
20th October 2020
A new trial online booking system for the Household Waste and Recycling Centre in West Bridgford is to launch on September 1st 2020, Nottinghamshire County Council have announced.
The centre on Rugby Road will only be accepting pre booked vehicles from next month, with 15-minute time slots available between 8.15am and 7.45pm every day during the summer opening hours. Up to five vehicles will be allowed on site at any one time.
Residents must already be registered to use Nottinghamshire County Council’s recycling centres before booking their time slot easily through the authority’s website.
Sessions can be booked up to two weeks in advance but must me booked at least 24 hours before visiting the site as no same day slots will be available.
Visitors to the site will not be permitted entry without an electronic or paper copy of their emailed booking receipt.
Residents are requested not to make multiple bookings and use other sites where the need to visit more than once in any two week period.
Only the West Bridgford recycling centre will need to e pre-booked, and residents can carry on using any of the Council’s 11 other sites around the County without appointment.
Those who would like more information or to book their recycling visit over the phone should telephone N.C. customer service centre on 0300 500 8080 between 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday