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£1M flood alleviation scheme works start in Walkeringham.
Shoppers in Worksop and Retford to enjoy free parking in run up to Christmas and New Year from Monday 5 December.
Council supports national campaign to give local businesses a boost as part of Small Business Saturday on 3 December.
The South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Sustainability & Transformation Plan - setting out the vision and ambitions for the future health and care in the region.
Work starts on brand new Changing Places toilet in Retford.
Just a few days left to have your say on plans for Worksop's historic buildings and heritage sites.
Tree planting ceremony in Kings' Park, Retford in commemoration of the Battle of the Somme.
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Bassetlaw District Council and the Royal British Legion are pleased to announce a new partenership that will provide additional support services for former Armed Forces personnel and their families
A residential development site is for sale between Broad Gores and Celery Meadows in Clarborough.
Your refuse collections will be changing during the Christmas period. Please make a note of these changes.
The organisations that commission and provide health and social care services across Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County have today published their joint five year Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP).
The Council is consulting on a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which covers the Recreation Ground on Blyth Road, known locally as the Showground.
A partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council has seen an exciting new £145k play area launched today in the Kilton area of Bassetlaw.
Work to remove a number of dead or diseased trees on the fringes of Langold Country Park starts Monday 5th December.
Residents start to receive their brown bin ahead of the new garden waste collection service which starts in March.
Register for your Spring Clean and help keep your neighbourhood tidy.
Leader of the Council, Councillor Simon Greaves, visits Worksop Delivery Office to thank local postmen and women for their hard work during Royal Mail’s busiest period.
Party goers are being urged to only use official licensed taxis or private hire vehicles this Christmas and New Year.
Kings' Park Cafe / Kiosk Opportunity
Proposals approved to increase Council Tax by 1.9% for the 2017/18 financial year.
Leading housebuilder, Persimmon plc, lay the foundations of manufacturing facility in Harworth.
A1 Housing tenant banned from his home and receives suspended prison sentence after breaching the conditions of his Anti Social Behaviour Injunction.
Around 3,500 people have already started receiving their garden waste thanks to the Council's new district wide collection.
Bassetlaw raising the flag to celebrate Commonwealth Day on Monday 13th March 2017.
Planning permission granted for special logistics developer DB Symmetry to develop a £60 million industrial scheme at Symmetry Park in Blyth.
Residents eligible for Council Tax Reduction will have to make slightly bigger contribution.
Are you brave enough to step into the Bassetlaw 'Dragons' Den'?
Information and advice session for dog owners on how to become a responsible dog owner, plus free health check, nail clipping & microchipping.
New play area for the children of Kilton opened by former St Augustine's pupil and Sheffield Wednesday defender, Liam Palmer.
Costume designer and pantomime dame, Dan Baker wins £5,000 investment for his business in first ever Bassetlaw 'Dragons' Den' event.
Around 250 trees planted on Gateford estate to create new copse.
Well known fly-tipping spot near Carlton Forest cleared of large amount of rubbish is dumped.
A new state of the art gym will soon be unveiled at Bircotes Leisure Centre.
Voters, not already registered to vote, encouraged to do so before the deadline of Thursday 13 April
New performance pad starting to take shape in Retford Kings' Park.
Worksop Junior Council Launch New Anti - Bullying Campaign
Credit card payment surcharges.
A section of the Tour of Britain will pass through Bassetlaw in September.
Clarification regarding Planning Application 16/00854/RES considered at Planning Committee Wednesday 26th April 2017.
Following the success of the Short Story Competition last year we are pleased to announce that it is once again open of entries.
Retford man given Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction preventing him entering A1 Housing managed property.
A collection of extremely rare photographs are being brought home to Bassetlaw thanks to a fundraising appeal that raised £2,000.
Bassetlaw residents urged to register to vote in the General Election.
It's a YES vote for the UK's first district-wide place-shaping BID.
Condolence books will be opened at the Retford and Worksop Council offices.
Tuxford women prosecuted after building without planning permission.
Bassetlaw District Council plan to withdraw application for full Sheffield City Region Membership
Current vacancy for an Independent Member on the Audit Committee of the Sheffield City Region Combined Authority.
The County is on the countdown to Tour of Britain, with just 75 days to go.
Fire Safety Statement on behalf of Don Spittlehouse, Managing Director of A1 Housing, and David Armiger, Director of Regeneration and Neighbourhoods at Bassetlaw District Council.
Changing Places facility in Retford opens following almost two years campaigning and six months of construction.
Prosecution and fines given after two people on two separate instances are found guilty of fly-tipping.
Travel back in time with Bassetlaw Museum and learn about the "Crafts from the Past".
Resident prosecuted and fined for not complying with High Hedge Remedial Notice.
Retford's brand new Changing Places toilet has been registered as the 1,000th facility in the country.
Two of Bassetlaw’s much loved parks have been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as some of the very best in the world.
Arts Council England has awarded Bassetlaw District Council funding to further develop the annual Illuminate event in Retford
Bassetlaw District Council is currently consulting on its draft Fly-Posting Policy which sets out the current legislation and outlines the enforcement action which it proposes to take.
The Beach is Back - Worksop by the Sea returns to the Old Market Square
Bassetlaw District Council is appealing for the public’s help in tracking down the culprits of one of the district’s worst cases of fly-tipping.
The Council are consulting with ratepayers on developing a new business rates relief scheme for revaluation support.
The biggest ever free-to-attend sporting event to come to Bassetlaw is just weeks away and residents, businesses and community groups can now see when the OVO Energy Tour of Britain will be racing through their town or village on 6 September.
Bonnets to Breeches by Elizabeth Carney-Marsh wins 2017 North Notts Short Story Competition
DOG owners who exercise their pets at Langold Country Park can now take advantage of three new dedicated routes that have been specifically created for small, medium and big dogs.
Misson has now been designated as a conservation area.
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