Bassetlaw District Council strongly recommends using the accessibility guides provided on the BBC accessibility website "My Web My Way". The guides provided by the BBC are broken down into five sections which the buttons below will direct you to...
Free parking after 2pm for Christmas shoppers in Council car parks.
Council partners with Brearley and Company in first Welcome to Worksop shop incentive scheme
The expansion of Retford Enterprise Centre has welcomed its first business as the brand new office and manufacturing building was officially opened.
Children who attend Carlton Youth Centre have a half term to remember thanks to £500 donation from Councillors' Community Grants.
A History of England in 100 Places and sponsored by Ecclesiastical, has led to Scrooby Manor House being nominated by members of the public and being named in the Top 10.
We have teamed up with Dogs Trust to launch campaign aimed at improving the lives and welfare of overweight dogs.
Two men fined for breaching housing regulations.
Jobs boost thanks to £1.2million investment boost in Bassetlaw.
Council and A1 Housing create two properties in Bassetlaw for families and individuals who become homeless.
Our offices will close at 3pm on Fri 22 December and will be closed on 25, 26 & 27 December & 1 January 2018.
More than £2,700 of fines have been issued following a number of successful prosecutions taken by Bassetlaw District Council...
Christmas-spirited Bassetlaw Councillors have given the David Hawke Toy Appeal an early boost with a generous donation of £950.
Around 50 homes in the village of Walkeringham have been protected from future flooding thanks to a £1M Flood Alleviation Scheme.
Food hygiene tips that you can follow to protect your loved ones over the festive period.
A property in Worksop that has been deemed too dangerous to live in by Bassetlaw District Council and attracted persistent anti-social behaviour has been shut down for a period of three months by Nottinghamshire Police.
Where Are The Accessibility Features For This Website?
Many accessibility benefits can be achieved by making adjustments to the operating system or internet browser you are using. It makes much more sense to make these permanent alterations which you require, so that every website you visit, adjusts to your preferred accessibility options, not just websites by Bassetlaw District Council.
The advice given on the BBC accessibility website "My Web My Way" is so comprehensive and easy to follow, we would simply be trying to re-invent the wheel, so instead, we strongly advise using these guides to make the changes you require. This will ensure every website you visit is suited to your needs.