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Welcome to the Edwinstowe resident home page, check this page regularly for all the latest news and events around the village or use the links to find information on local organisations, our village hall, safer neighbourhood our village magazine and much more.

Local News and Events

Full Council Meeting For Tuesday 13th April Cancelled

13th April 2021

Tonight’s Edwinstowe Parish Council Meeting of the Full Council scheduled for Tuesday April 13th has been cancelled.

Due to the Period of National Mourning for the Duke of Edinburgh. National days of mourning are not included in the 3 clear day notice period required for a Parish Council Meeting Agenda.

An update for a rescheduled Ordinary Meeting will follow. Thank you

Our thoughts are with the Queen and the Royal Family at this time.

Duke of Edinburgh

Road Closure in Edwinstowe

8th April 2021

There will be a road closure on the High Street, Edwinstowe – between its junctions with Mansfield Road and West Lane. There will also be parking restrictions on East Lane, Edwinstowe – (Both Sides) (At Any Time) – between its junctions with A6075 Ollerton Road and High Street.

These will be in place from 08.00 hours until 17.00 hours on Sunday 11th April 2021.

For full details, please click the link below.

Two-Way Temporary Traffic Signals

1st April 2021

There will be two-way temporary traffic signals on the A6075 Ollerton Road, Edwinstowe – adjacent to its junction with Maid Marion Drive from Wednesday 14th April until Friday 16th April 2021.

For full details, please click the link below.

Notice of Election - Election of Parish Councillor for the Parish of Edwinstowe

29th March 2021

Notice is hereby given that:

An election is to be held for ONE PARISH COUNCILLOR for the above Parish.

Nomination Papers

Nomination papers may be obtained from the PARISH CLERK, THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, THE VILLAGE HALL, MANSFIELD ROAD, EDWINSTOWE, NG21 9NJ or the RETURNING OFFICER, CASTLE HOUSE, GREAT NORTH ROAD, NEWARK, NG24 1BY, who will at the request of any prospective candidate prepare a nomination paper for signature.

Delivery of Nomination Papers

Nomination papers must be delivered to the RETURNING OFFICER, CASTLE HOUSE, GREAT NORTH ROAD, NEWARK, NG24 1BY, on any day after the date of this notice between 10am and 4pm, but not later than 4PM on THURSDAY 8 APRIL 2021.


If an election is contested, the poll will take place on THURSDAY 6 MAY 2021.

Register of Electors

If you are not registered to vote or you have recently moved address, the last day to apply to register to be included on the register used for this election is MONDAY 19 APRIL 2021.

Absent Voters

Electors and their proxies should take note that new applications to vote by post, must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5PM on TUESDAY 20 APRIL 2021, if they are to be effective for this election. This also includes electors and their proxies who wish to make alterations to their existing arrangements.

Applications to appoint a proxy (someone to vote on your behalf) must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5PM on TUESDAY 27 APRIL 2021, if they are to be effective for this election. Except in cases of unforeseen occupation, service or work reasons, or incapacity occurs due to illness after that time, in which case applications may be made until 5PM on ELECTION DAY.

All applications and notices regarding absent voting, must be sent to the ELECTORAL REGISTRATION OFFICER, CASTLE HOUSE, GREAT NORTH ROAD, NEWARK, NG24 1BY.

The Sherwood Forest Rotary Robin Hood Award for 2020-2021

2 March 2021

Nominations wanted!

Over this last year community volunteers are playing a massive part in our neighbourhoods assisting people in need. The Sherwood Forest Rotary Robin Hood Award is given to someone from the Ollerton, Edwinstowe, Boughton and the surrounding Villages who has served their community tirelessly, often in a volunteer capacity.

The Robin Hood Award is given by Sherwood Forest Rotary annually; it is a bespoke wooden carving of Robin Hood in a showcase and is unique. The recipient keeps this wonderful carving until the presentation for 2021-22.

Sherwood Forest Rotary would like nominations for anyone YOU know who you think would deserve to receive the award for 2020-2021 who has excelled in assisting our Community in the last year.

For full details, please click the link below.

Public Consultation Request - River Maun Bridge/Bridleway

10th February 2021

We are contacting you today seeking comments as part of a public consultation process for the temporary closure and replacement of a bridge which carries a Public Right of Way Bridleway over the River Maun. The bridge is located between Ollerton and Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire. This consultation will form part of a Diversity Impact Assessment (DIA) which is being prepared by JNP Group on behalf of AMCO Giffen and Network Rail.

The purpose of the DIA is to assess the impact of the proposed engineering works on characteristics that are protected by the Equality Act (age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation and marriage/civil partnerships). Once the potential impacts have been identified, the DIA can be used to plan ways to mitigate them wherever possible.

The bridge crosses the River Maun and carries a Public Right of Way Bridleway. A bridleway is a Public Right of Way for pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians only. While the bridge does not cross the railway line, it is maintained by Network Rail as a bridge which is at the side of the railway line. Please click here to view the location of the bridge and bridleway on Google Maps. Photos of the bridge and the bridleway are attached to this email.

The bridge has an existing width of 2.8 metres. The bridge is of wooden construction and has handrails on either side. The bridge is accessed from a gravel/dirt track which continues north towards Ollerton Road and south towards the railway line.

The new bridge which will replace the existing structure has not been designed yet. The structure will be fully replaced, which could result in some changes to the width, gradient and surfacing of the bridge. With this in mind, we would appreciate your comments on how potential changes to the bridge could have an impact on the stakeholders that your organisation represents. We would also be interested in hearing any comments you may have on the temporary closure of the Public Right of Way Bridleway during the bridge demolition/construction works.

The comments received from consultees as part of this consultation process will be included in the Diversity Impact Assessment, which is used as part of the bridge design process. Your comments are important to us, as the DIA aims to ensure that the work does not unintentionally have a negative effect on groups protected by the Equality Act. Please provide your response via email on or before Tuesday 16th February 2021. I look forward to hearing from you soon, however if you have any questions please feel free to contact the team by emailing

Join the NHS COVID-19 vaccine team

25th January 2021

For details on how you can help with the vaccine roll out please click the link below.

Bowe Radio

25th January 2021

A new local community radio station Bowe Radio has launched. Starting with mostly music and news but will expand with all sorts of shows and presenters. Have a listen by clicking the link below.

Conservation Volunteering Opportunities with Newark and Sherwood District Council

11th December 2020

For details on the park volunteering opportunities on offer in Sherwood please click the link below.

The Sherwood Forest Trust Receives Grant From Green Recovery Challenge Fund

10th December 2020

The Sherwood Forest Trust is one of the first environmental projects awarded a grant from the government’s £80 million Green Recovery Challenge Fund.

Defra announced grants between £62,000 and £3.8 million today, to help create and retain thousands of green jobs. The projects, spread across England, will see trees planted - 800,000 in total - and protected landscapes and damaged habitats such as moorlands, wetlands and forests restored, alongside wider conservation work. The projects will also support environmental education and connecting people with green spaces.

For full details please click the link below.

Eat Well - Cook Slow Project launches to help families cook healthy foods

7th December 2020

Sherwood & Newark Citizens Advice started to notice how families and individuals were struggling to feed themselves, exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic. Referrals to food access points like the food banks and the community action response teams across our district has dramatically increased. These issues can arise for a variety of reasons, but we have frequently seen clients with problems relating to employment, loss of jobs, debt and benefit issues.

Having seen the distribution of free slow cookers work so brilliantly in another area Citizens Advice want to roll this out across Newark & Sherwood.

For full details on the project and how to access it, please click the link below.

The Churches of Sherwood Forest

2nd December 2020

This Christmas, services will take place at St Mary’s, Edwinstowe and All Saints, Clipstone providing the national COVID restrictions allow.

We are also planning to live-stream most services from St Mary’s via our ‘Churches of Sherwood Forest’ YouTube channel. Further details can be found on our Facebook page.

Whatever the national restrictions may be at the time, we do hope that you can join us.

For full details, please click the link below.

St Mary's Edwinstowe Needs You

2nd December 2020

According to legend, Robin Hood married Maid Marion here and gave generously to others.

We at St Mary’s, encourage everyone to live generously too. We have an urgent need for generosity towards our Restoration Fund as we need to raise in excess of £10,000 but we recognise that giving to others with time and skills is equally valuable and important.

If you can we need your financial support via donations to 'Buy an Acorn' or to support Brian Hawkins & Michael Dickinson as they walk 50 miles of the Robin Hood Way, starting on the 6th December.

Donations can be made online via the links below or you can help by collecting sponsorships on the form provided below.

Shop Safely and Securely From Home

25th November 2020

Citizens Advice Sherwood & Newark have provided their top tips to help people across Newark and Sherwood shop safely and securely from home.

Since lockdown began in March we have seen an increasing number of clients turn to Citizens Advice Sherwood and Newark for help with consumer related issues. These have covered a range of issues but we have frequently seen clients with problems relating to buying electrical goods and warranties, second hand vehicles and frauds/scams.

For full details click the link below.

Making The Most Of A ‘Mast Year’ in Sherwood

16th November 2020

Chief Executive of the Sherwood Forest Trust Charity, Patrick Candler, is a happy man. Every few years, oak trees produce a bumper crop of acorns – a natural phenomenon known as a “Mast Year.” This autumn the charity has been making the most of nature’s bounty. ‘2020 has been an awful year in many ways, but it’s been a bumper one for Sherwood Forest acorns. And we’re putting them to good use as we create our Sherwood Seed Store.’

The Trust – an independent charity based in Edwinstowe – carries out a planting programme each year with local schools, landowners and community groups, helping to increase the number of native trees in the Sherwood Forest area.

For full details, please click the link below.

Living our History - 400 Legacy Oaks to commemorate Nottinghamshire’s Pilgrims

10th November 2020

In a month that has seen the USA much in the news, The Sherwood Forest Trust have an exciting project to commemorate the Nottinghamshire / Lincolnshire / South Yorkshire links to the famous Mayflower Pilgrims, who helped to found modern America.

For full details please click the link below.

British Cycling - National Places to Ride scheme

9th November 2020

British Cycling is currently inviting expressions of interest from places that could potentially develop recreational cycling sites as part of its national Places to Ride scheme. Working with our partners at Harworth Group, we are in the process of submitting a grant funding application for a potential facility at Thoresby Vale on the site of the former Thoresby Colliery, Edwinstowe.

We want to engage members of the public as well as community groups, clubs and organisations in the area in shaping the proposals. Typically, we want to understand what people think of the current facilities for cyclists or people who may want to learn to ride in the area and whether something like this would potentially be a popular facility at Thoresby Vale.

We would be grateful, therefore, if you could take a few minutes to complete our survey via the link below and circulate it within your networks – it is open until 22nd November.

Please tell anyone else who may be interested in getting involved.

The Latest Guidance for the Newark and Sherwood Area

9th November 2020

New national restrictions

From Thursday, 5 November to Wednesday, 2 December national restrictions will apply across England to help stop the spread of COVID-19. For the full guidance and up to date restrictions, please visit the Government Website

What to do if someone has symptoms?

People who have symptoms of Covid-19 – a high temperature, continuous cough or loss of taste or smell – must self-isolate immediately and book a test online or by calling 119

Business support

Newark and Sherwood District Council is awaiting confirmation from central government on how financial support packages for affected businesses, under the new national restrictions, will be paid out. As soon as we have this information, we will publish an application form on the District Council website for businesses to complete. We anticipate that this will be available on Wednesday 11 November 2020.

Support for the clinically vulnerable

We know that many residents will seek the help from community groups around the district. It may be worth also knowing that the NHS volunteer responders may also be able to offer support. These can be contacted via the Goodsam App and can help with accessing food and medicine deliveries. The NHS volunteer responders can also be called on 0808 196 3646 between 8am and 8pm, 7 days a week.

If you come across anyone who needs more help, please refer them to the Nottinghamshire Coronavirus Community Support Hub by emailing or calling 0300 500 8080.

Listening Line

Being isolated can be difficult for many people. The Listening Line has been set up by Newark and Sherwood CVS to provide a regular friendly chat over the phone with a dedicated befriender. The service has been designed to support residents who are feeling isolated and vulnerable. The line is open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm and residents can call 0753 513 40 32 to speak with someone.

Information on social bubbles

There’s been some misinformation on what social bubbles are and how they work. The latest guidance on social bubbles can be found here:

Further Information

The Newark and Sherwood District Council has the most up to date information available.

Citizens Advice Sherwood & Newark - Big energy saving winter

4th November 2020

We are living in uncertain times and saving money is important. Keeping your home warm shouldn’t cost a fortune. Saving money on your energy bills can make a big difference.

Last year the big energy saving winter campaign saw thousands of people across England and Wales save over £1 million on their energy bills.

Please click the link below for full details.

Citizens Advice Sherwood & Newark - 7 things to check if you’re at risk of redundancy

7th October 2020

Citizens Advice Sherwood and Newark has helped 150 people with employment issues since lock down. Entitlement to the furlough scheme, pay and entitlements, dismissal and redundancy are the top issues it has dealt with during the pandemic.

The Citizens Advice have put together 7 things to check if you are at risk of redundancy.

For full details, please click the link below.

Message from Newark and Sherwood District Council regarding important information on COVID-19 guidance in your area

2nd October 2020

Colleagues in Public Health closely monitor the data received from the NHS in relation to the number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases across Nottinghamshire, including within the Newark and Sherwood district.

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases within our local region specifically in the Ollerton, Rainworth, Blidworth, Edwinstowe and Sherwood area has increased significantly.

This demonstrates a significant increase from the same time last week and an increase from our position one month ago when Newark was on the Government’s Watch-List.

We are currently closely working with colleagues in Public Health to more broadly assess the impact of this recent spike to identify any other trends and understand the methods by which the virus is being transmitted in those cases.

We will support any action that Public Health colleagues recommend across the district and ensure we share such recommendations with our residents. It is important to remind all residents to adhere to the government’s guidance at all times – maintaining a 2m social distance, washing your hands regularly and wearing a face covering where required to do so.

It is vital that you get tested if you have any COVID-19 symptoms and then self-isolate until you get the results. At that point, further information will be given to you.

Whilst it can be difficult living alongside COVID-19 for many reasons personal to us all, we know that it isn’t going away anytime soon, and, as the national picture changes, we all have to continue to play our part and adhere to the guidance being issued.

To All Allotment Holders

24th July 2020

The Allotment Sub Committee held a site meeting and were very impressed by the high standards of many of the allotments.

If you are spraying your allotments, could you please make sure that there is no drift from the spray onto other allotments, especially in windy conditions.

We will remind our workers, should they have to come onto the allotments to spray vacant plots, to be aware of the same problem with the drift from sprays.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Forest Cemetery Car Park Signage

26th May 2020

New signage has been erected at the Forest Cemetery Edwinstowe.

Please can vehicles vacate the Forest Cemetery Car Park by 4pm as the barrier is locked at this time. Also, the limited car parking spaces are for the use of Cemetery visitors only.

For images of the new signs, please click the links below.

Silent Solution - contacting 999 but you can't speak

7th April 2020

What to do if you need urgent police help through the 999 service, but can't speak.

  • Dial 999
  • Listen to the questions from the 999 operator
  • Respond by coughing or tapping the handset if you can
  • If prompted, press 55. This lets the 999 call operator know it’s a genuine emergency and you’ll be put through to the police.

For more details please click the links below.

Edwinstowe Parish Council and the Coronavirus

6th April 2020

Edwinstowe Parish Council is having to adjust the way things are done on its behalf at this time of national crisis.

For full details on how, please click the link below.

Guidance on the use of allotments during this period of social distancing

31st March 2020

The National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners has put guidance on the use of allotments during this period of social distancing on their website.

For full details please click the link below.

Citizens Advice - COVID-19 Update

23rd March 2020

In light of current events, as of Monday 23rd March 2020 The Citizens Advice will be unable to offer a face to face service for the foreseeable future.

We will continue to offer advice by telephone and web chat.

For full details on services please click the link below.

Nottinghamshire County Council COVID-19 Update

20th March 2020

Please click the link below for the latest Coronavirus update from Nottinghamshire County Council.

Here to Help During the Corona Virus Crisis

20th March 2020

Should you find yourself in a desperate need for specific food, medicines or other important items, but are unable to leave the house, then the Edwinstowe community are here to help.

For full details please click the link below.

Support for Businesses and Residents

19th March 2020

For all the latest information on support available for businesses and residents from Newark & Sherwood District Council please download the press release via the link below.

Supporting our vulnerable and elderly residents who are self-isolating

19th March 2020

Edwinstowe Parish Council are working with local groups and organisations to help support our vulnerable and elderly residents who are self-isolating.

We want to create a list of volunteers and the help available, so this information can be passed on to local co-ordinators to support residents when needed.

If you are willing to help please tap on the link below and complete this simple form. Thank you for your continued support and take care.

Hello, if you are self-isolating postcards, I can help

18th March 2020

Edwinstowe Parish Council has printed and dropped off orange "Hello, if you are self-isolating postcards, I can help".

These are located at the CO-OP and Edwinstowe Pharmacy.

Please also print your own and place in shops and post through letterboxes.

Thank you.

Forestry England - Volunteer With Us

21st November 2019

Our wonderful volunteers help us improve the local Sherwood Forest Community Woodlands for the benefit of wildlife, visitors and the trees.

There are groups on Wednesday and Thursday every week, along with one session a month on Sunday. The sessions are for four hours but you don’t have to stay for the full session. Hot drinks and biscuits are provided.

Learn new skills, meet new people and help your local woodland!

For details please contact

Frack Free Sherwood Forest and Edwinstowe

8th November 2019

Frack Free Sherwood Forest and Edwinstowe have released two articles - 'Isn’t it about time Fracking was banned?' and 'Is the Fracking Moratorium for life or just for Christmas?'.

Please click the links below to download the articles.

The Evergreen Club

31st July 2019

At the Abbey Road Community Centre The Evergreen Club meet Mon, Wed & Fri and play dominoes and bingo. We have regular meals in the centre using local caterers Tracey and Jason of Culinary Delight and often go on small trips.

We are a group of varied ages from 60s into the 90s and all very young at heart. Why not come along and join us.

Amenity Diary - June 2019

26th July 2019

Click the link below to find out what work has been undertaken by the Amenity Team in June 2019.

Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre

updated 9th June 2019

‘The Major Oak Woodland Festival’ has become a favourite Nottinghamshire event celebrating Sherwood Forest’s natural resources and traditional woodland skills. It took place this year on the weekend of 8th and 9th June, at Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve. Organisers were local charity the Sherwood Forest Trust and the RSPB, who manage Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre.

Visit Sherwood Website

The RSPB have released a new website promoting Sherwood Forest. Please visit the website via the link below.

Read the full story on our dedicated page via the link below.

Whats On at The Abbey Road Community Centre

updated 25th April 2019

Find out what activities and groups are at The Abbey Road Community Centre. For full details click the link below.

Have your say at Sherwood

15th March 2019

Staff at the new Sherwood Forest visitor centre are asking local residents for their thoughts on the future development of the site, particularly in telling Robin Hood’s story.

The team are busy developing the way they share Robin Hood stories with visitors, and want to find new and innovative ways of doing this.

It’s a big and important job at Sherwood to continue the legend, and they want to do it in ways that visitors find engaging and enjoyable – so please have your say!

Local residents are welcome to go along to the centre, speak to a member of the team and fill out a survey, or even easier, can go on-line and do it on the Sherwood Forest website

Residents may also like to know that the car park at the new centre will soon be open from 7.30am, in response to requests from dog-walkers and those heading out for an early morning stroll in the forest. Please check the website for details. There’s also full updates on the work being undertaken at the former visitor centre too.


14th March 2019

A police officer doesn’t have the powers any more to ticket for parking issues. We would now only report someone for an offence such as unnecessary obstruction and this has to be done with a driver present. So this method wouldn’t work with an unattended vehicle.
There would also need to be a full obstruction such as you physically couldn’t get past. If you are able to walk around the vehicle, either on the path or by crossing the road it isn’t an obstruction.

The only thing I can see there that would be a police issue is the vehicle parked in front of a gate. So for example if there was a parked car behind the fence and they couldn’t get out because of the parked car, I would advise that person to report this to the police at the time and it could then be dealt with. We have police powers to move the car if the driver /owner cannot be located and the person blocked in HAD to get out.

We obviously don’t deal with ‘what ifs’ I’ve had past incident where someone repeatedly complained about a fence/gate being parked in front of, but it was never actually used. So we obviously deal with individual incidents on the circumstances surrounding each one.

This looks to be a clear council issue. The area outside of the shops is a large area and it needs to be clarified between with the shops and council what the use of that area is actually for.

Parking on a pavement is NOT illegal outside of London.

Since 1974, Highway Code rule 244 has stated that drivers "MUST NOT park partially or wholly on the pavement in London and should not do so elsewhere unless signs permit it."

The key things to note here are the words must not and should not.

In London, you must not park on the pavement, the must indicating there is legislation behind this rule and you could receive a fine for breaking it.

However, outside of the capital or “elsewhere”, the Highway Code states drivers should not park on the pavement, meaning it is advisory and not, therefore, backed up by any legislation.

Parking on a Junction is a breach of the Highway Code however the Highway Code isn't the law and responsibility of this would usually lie with the council. The Traffic Management Act 2004 allows local authorities to control parking enforcement on yellow lines, resident parking, public car parks and on-street parking. A Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) might be issued and enforced through the civil justice system, rather than the criminal justice system. Individual councils can make Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) to impose local bans on pavement parking - but few do this, and even fewer enforce them.

MIND - Mansfield & Ashfield Memory Support (MAMS)

31st December 2018

Mansfield and Ashfield Memory Support runs three days per week and is held at the MIND Centre on St John Street between the hours of 9am and 3pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

For full details, click the link below.

Dog Bins & Grit Bins in Edwinstowe

Updated 22nd June 2018

For the location of all dog bins and grit in Edwinstowe, please download the map via the link below.

The Cinnamon Trust

8th June 2018

The national charity for elderly and terminally ill people and their pets.

Does your dog miss his daily walk? If you are an elderly or terminally ill owner and would like some help please contact The Cinnamon Trust.

For full details please click the link below.

Nottinghamshire Women's Aid - Domestic Abuse Drop-Ins

1st May 2018

Nottinghamshire Women's Aid provide domestic abuse drop in sessions, providing confidential support and information for women by women.

Female Support Workers provide one to one information and support to women regarding domestic abuse issues. No appointment is needed.

For full details please click the link below or call The Farr Centre on 01909 533 610.

There is a 24 hour free phone helpline in Nottinghamshire for women experiencing domestic abuse / violence. To talk to someone about what you are going through or to get help to leave contact: 0808 800 0340

Join the Veterans Together Network

8th March 2018

Have you served in the armed forces? Are you over 65?

There are over 43,000 veterans in Nottinghamshire, so lets get together.

For full details on the Veterans Together Network please click the links below.

UK Government Smart Meters Rollout 2020

22nd February 2018

The Government is rolling out smart meters into all homes and businesses before 2020. However, research shows that a huge percentage of the population are still not aware of the options available.

Provided below are links to full guides for domestic and non-domestic smart meters.

Mansfield District Local Plan - Consultation Draft

8th January 2016

Mansfield District Council want to make sure that you have the opportunity to let them know what you think, so they are consulting on the Local Plan for a six week period. This is in accordance with Regulation 18 of the Town and County Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012.

You can make comments on the Local Plan Consultation Draft from 11th January 2016 to 22 February 2016. All comments received will be used to inform the Publication Draft of the plan which will be published later this year.

You can view a copy of the document at the Civic Centre, Chesterfield Road South Mansfield, NG19 7BH, as well as at all libraries across the district during advertised opening hours throughout the consultation period.

We are holding a number of public exhibitions, highlighting what is happening in various parts of the district. The timetable for these and full details of the Local Plan are available on the Mansfield District Council website via the link below.

Walking Routes around Edwinstowe

updated 30th November 2015

Please download the map via the link below for a comprehensive map of all the walks around Edwinstowe.

A new 5 mile circular walk along the River Maun and through Sherwood Forest has been added below.

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Trading Standards - No Uninvited Caller Stickers

4th June 2014

If you would like a 'No Uninvited Callers' doorstep sticker, you can request one free of charge from Trading Standards via the following methods:

Online: Here >>>

Telephone: 01623 452005

For further advice or if wish to report a matter to Trading Standards, please call Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 08454 04 05 06. Textphone users can dial 18001 and then 08454 04 05 06.

Nottinghamshire Alert

Updated 1st January 2014

Nottinghamshire Alert is a messaging system that allows Nottinghamshire Police, Neighbourhood Watch and other public organisations to distribute messages concerning community safety to members of the public quickly and efficiently. It is a web-based secure system that allows authorised administrators, including Neighbourhood Policing Teams and Crime Reduction Managers, to log in and send messages to registered members. If you would like to receive all the latest information for Edwinstowe you can register Here.

The Facts About Fracking

15th August 2013

Nottinghamshire County Council is publishing a fracking factsheet for residents following a surge in enquiries prompted by recent media coverage on the issue.

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