Welcome to Cotgrave Town Council

Welcome to Cotgrave Town Council’s website!Cotgrave Town Council serves a semi-rural community with advantageous transport links to Nottingham, the A46, A1 and M1. Located on the first floor of the Leisure Centre, the Town Council is positive and forward-thinking, and works hard to provide important services to a population set to expand in the coming years. It enjoys a strong partnership with Rushcliffe Borough Council, Notts County Council, Barratt Homes – Wilson Bowden, Metropolitan Housing, Homes and Communities Agency, and other organisations, who have all helped to bring Hollygate Park, a new housing development, to Cotgrave. The partnership is also working hard at planning for the redevelopment of the town centre, and therefore includes Nottinghamshire Police and Belvoir Health Group. Cotgrave has many thriving community groups offering a range of activities. Thanks to the efforts of so many residents, there is an excellent community spirit and sense of purpose. If there is any information relating to the work of Cotgrave Town Council which you feel is missing from this website, please contact the Council Office. The Town Council is always pleased to hear your views. Events

Cotgrave Safari Sales 2015

Posted on Jan 22nd, 2015
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2015 Safari Sales are planned for the following dates:-

Saturday 25th April
Saturday 18th July
Saturday 12th September
The idea of a Safari…

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Cotgrave Festival 2015

Posted on Jan 22nd, 2015
– By Jane Pick
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Saturday 20th June 2015
 
 Some of the attractions at this year’s festival will include:

Lets Get Drumming
Falconry Birds
Dako Flying…

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Parish Council Election – 7th May 2015

Posted on Feb 11th, 2015
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Parish and Town Council Elections – Thursday 7 May 2015
The parish and town council elections will take place on Thursday 7 May 2015.  Please find…

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Local Interest


Neighbourhood Priority Survey

If you want to influence what issues your local beat team focuses on where you live or work for the next three months, complete our online Neighbourhood Priority Survey.
Together with meetings with residents and community feedback, the results of the surveys are used to help local beat teams set their priorities.Completed anonymously, the survey asks you to explain what concerns you have about criminal activity where you live. It asks for information about a range of concerns, including antisocial behaviour, speeding, street drinking, nuisance vehicles and other criminal activity.

To have your say on policing in your area visit www.neighbourhoodprioritysurvey.co.uk

If you know someone who hasn’t got access to the internet, but would like to complete a survey, paper-based surveys can be obtained from your local beat team. Call 101 to speak to them or visit www.nottinghamshire.police.uk and click on Your Local Police to find out who your beat team are.

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Police Alert

Handbags stolen whilst returning trolleys at supermarkets.On Monday 23rd February there were three thefts of handbags from supermarket car parks in West Bridgford.

At around 1pm at Morrison’s Gamston a handbag was removed from an insecure car whilst the owner was returning the trolley. Incident number 476-23022015 refers.

Between 3pm and 4pm at Asda West Bridgford a handbag was taken in same circumstances. Incident number 114-24022015 refers.

Then at approximately 4.45pm at Morrisons, Gamston a handbag was taken from the passenger seat of an insecure car whilst returning trolley.Incident number 663-23022015

If anyone has any information regarding either of these incidents please ring 101 and quote the incident number.Please be vigilant & ensure you keep your handbag on you at all times and lock your vehicle whilst returning trolleys.

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