Clarborough & Welham Community
near Retford, Bassetlaw
North Nottinghamshire
United Kingdom

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This Links section provides contact routes to our various political representatives.
These are provided on dedicated sub-pages - select them from the navigation menus at the left or above.
Our UKAEA page updates on the West Burton STEP project.

See Bassetlaw link at top of page for their Electoral Review here...
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking for your views on our electoral review of Bassetlaw. The review will agree new ward boundaries across the council. This consultation ends on 29th April, 2024.

The above links to Bassetlaw District Council and Nottinghamshire County Council include a range of aspects of each Council’s provision and interest aspects including latest Government SPF funding opportunities - explore!

For more information about STEP visit - https://step.ukaea.uk/

Nottinghamshire County Council is responsible for local waste bin emptying and also Retford Recycling Centre - contacts here...

Click on poster for much more

For those of you unfamiliar with the British political map, the sequence of Parish (Clarborough & Welham) District (Bassetlaw) County (Nottinghamshire) Member of Parliament (MP) represents increasing level of political significance on a national scale. A separate section of this website is dedicated to our Parish Council.

See Your Money for some links to information about local authority budget plans.

 

Links to various voluntary groups active in our community can be found in the Local Groups section.

THE big debate around local issues is that generated by the Localism Bill and National Planning Policy Frameworks. For an overview of some of the issues try starting here.

Eagle-eyed readers may have noticed that citizens of the Irish Republic (Eire) along with those from other E.U. countries are entitled to vote in UK elections. What is less well known is the backgrounds to this situation and the fact that U.K. citizens have reciprocal rights in those countries. The background and facts behind this are explained in the reply received from Mark Carter, Minister for Political & Constitutional Reform (11th June 2011). Click here to read the full reply.