Bassetlaw District Council have installed a series of new lighting columns in the Memorial Gardens, Worksop to improve the safety of people walking through the park during hours of darkness.
New inclusive play equipment has been installed at the Green Flag award-winning Canch Park in Worksop to encourage children with a range of abilities to play together.
It’s Spring Clean Time in Bassetlaw! At this time of year, communities across the District come together and take action to improve their local neighbourhoods.
A new community project is underway in Bassetlaw to produce fresh food, improve mental health and deliver education opportunities for local people.
Bassetlaw District Council Chair, Cllr Madelaine Richardson and Worksop Charter Mayor, Cllr Neil Sanders have welcomed a new Karate club to Worksop, meeting students and instructors at a training session.
Bassetlaw District Council’s budget for the next financial year has been agreed by Councillors at a meeting of full Council last week.
The building of 90 new Council houses on a vacant site in Worksop is just a matter of months away as the next stage of the project has been unveiled.
This week, two of Bassetlaw’s councillors learned first-hand what it takes to scale a wind turbine as part of the launch of Certex UK’s new Training Platform.
Bassetlaw District Council marked Commonwealth Day this week alongside communities in 56 other countries as part of the international celebration, which this year spread the message ‘Forging a sustainable and peaceful common feature.’
Pupils from Norbridge Academy in Worksop have given their seal of approval to Bassetlaw District Council’s new electric street sweeper, designing artwork for the side panels and coming up with a name for the battery powered vehicle.
With only a month to go until the voter registration deadline for local elections on 4 May, anyone wanting to vote must make sure they are election ready.
Following the recent announcement by the Government about a third round of Levelling Up Funds – worth £1bn – being made available later in 2023, a pair of Retford Councillors are calling on the Government to review how the Fund is allocated in the future so that the town can put forward its own bid.
Bassetlaw District Council has announced a partnership with energy and regeneration specialist Equans to bring more of its empty homes back into use.
Bassetlaw District Council has partnered with AccessAble; the UK’s leading provider of detailed disabled access information to promote accessible venues within the district.
A series of awards have been given to Bassetlaw residents to recognise the positive contributions they have made within the district.
One of Bassetlaw Action Centre’s most popular services is ‘motoring’ ahead thanks to a grant of £64,000 from the Better Care Fund.
A Bassetlaw Council Tenant has been ordered to give up possession of his property following months of drug-related activity and failing to pay over £2,000 in rent.
A Gainsborough man who stored waste at his home which was later fly-tipped was ordered to pay £3,150.60 by Nottingham Magistrates Court after pleading guilty to three charges under the Environmental Protection Act.
The Leader of Bassetlaw District Council is calling on local leaders to revisit proposals for an East Midlands devolution deal to ensure that the region does not get short-changed.
Bassetlaw District Council has invested in new technology to help drive improvements to its future household waste, recycling and litter collections.
The Environment Agency needs urgently reforming if flood alleviation schemes that protect residents and businesses in Bassetlaw are to be delivered, according to Bassetlaw District Council Cabinet Members, Cllr Julie Leigh and Cllr Sue Shaw.
Bassetlaw District Council has officially opened its state-of-the-art skills and education hub, The Bridge Skills Hub, in the centre of Worksop today.
The Aurora Centre is helping even more Bassetlaw people to stay healthy and recover from serious illness thanks to a £65,000 grant from Bassetlaw District Council.
Former residents of Larwood House Independent Living Centre got a sneak preview of the refurbished building prior to its opening in just a few weeks’ time.
Westmoreland House in Harworth and Bircotes is getting a major renovation as Bassetlaw District Council continues to invest in its homes for older residents. The project forms part of the Council’s drive to modernise its Independent Living Centre accommodation for over 60s as part of a five-year partnership with specialist design and build company Fortem.
The future of the former North Border School Site in Harworth and Bircotes is closer to being decided following productive talks between key partners. The current owners of the site, Nottinghamshire County Council, recently met with representatives from Bassetlaw District Council and Harworth and Bircotes Town Council to find a way to regenerate the long-term vacant site.