Community groups and businesses in Bassetlaw’s rural areas have the opportunity to bid for a share of almost £715k of Government funding. Bassetlaw District Council is now accepting expressions of interest for Bassetlaw’s share of the Rural England Prosperity Fund - a rural top-up to the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
A Retford resident has been fined more than £3,000 for neglecting their property and failing to rectify issues that were detrimental to the health of local residents.
The owners of a former Retford cattery have been given a Community Order and must pay costs of more than £2,600 after repeatedly breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).
Children and young people can sign-up for a cycling skills workshop in the summer holidays as part of two events sponsored by Bassetlaw District Council.
Community and voluntary groups in Bassetlaw will soon be able to benefit from a share of more than £337k of the Government’s UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
Bassetlaw District Council has held two local landlords to account after they failed to make essential repairs to their tenant’s heating system.
Communities in Bassetlaw that have a passion for arts, heritage, cultural and creative projects are being invited to apply for grants of up to £5,000.
Levelling Up Worksop: Metrodome Operator announced as Leisure Partner for Priory Centre Redevelopment
Bassetlaw District Council has created a new partnership with BPL as it moves forward with the re-development of Worksop’s Priory Centre.
Bassetlaw residents are being urged to check their electoral registration details or risk losing their chance to vote on decisions that affect them. The annual canvass allows Bassetlaw District Council to keep the electoral register up to date, to identify who risks losing their voice at elections, and to encourage them to register before it’s too late.
Two of Bassetlaw’s parks will continue to proudly fly Green Flags after being officially recognised as two of the best open spaces in the country.
A Retford couple have been fined £581 and ordered to pay costs for breeding and selling puppies without a licence, following an investigation by Bassetlaw District Council.
Worksop based wire rope manufacturer Brunton Shaw is celebrating the successful departure of a multi-million pound order, as two 3.5 kilometre, 329 tonne Ocean Max cables are shipped to Brazil.
Acts of Remembrance will take place in Worksop and Retford, marking 70 years since the end of the Korean War.
Bassetlaw District Council has launched a consultation on its Vision for Bassetlaw to 2040, including a set of ambitions that are the first steps in delivering the plan over the next four years.