Neighbourhood Plan Flood Management Plastic Free Retford Planning Wind Farm
Chesterfield Canal Idle Valley Nature Reserve Austerfield Study Centre Dog Law
Muddy Fork Vulcan to the Sky Gardens
Here we collect together opportunities and issues relating to our local environment. Click on the above for details.
The newly named Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has a huge opportunity to ensure the planning system improves lives by levelling up access to nature. To read more on Notts Wildlife Trust’s views on this topic, click on their logo. This link also includes the latest on Beaver releases!
Wild Aid is dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of wildlife. Click on their poster for more and how you can help - and not just hedgehogs!
If you would like to learn about the work of Rhubarb Farm in Langwith contact: email@example.com
To find out more about Rhubarb Farm click here...
Sherwood Forest Trust ‘Plants Trees for the Future’. To read their full 20th August, 2021 press release, click over the girls.
For the Trust’s September press release, click here...
To enlarge the Three Sisters Planting Competition poster, just click over it...
Want to know what can go into your blue bin waste recycling? Click here...
We include here a link to Muddy Fork, the local organisation that helps people experiencing mental health challenges take back control of their lives through volunteer gardening & conservation in Bassetlaw (North Nottinghamshire) and surrounding areas.
Bassetlaw District Council is looking to offer a separate Garden Waste wheelie-bin to interested residents. Click here for more...
In 2011 Bassetlaw District Council undertook a Clarborough/Hayton Future Development Questionnaire which generated the following responses in the light of recent and historical instances of flooding in our community. Bassetlaw District Council’s Richard Schofield, Planning Policy & Conservation Manager at Bassetlaw District Council’s responses are shown in red. This document may be of interest to those engaged in Neighbourhood Planning consideration since it seems to describe ‘unfinished business’!
Clarborough & Welham Flooding (07 Mar 2011)
We would also note that Goacher’s Farm Shop at nearby North Wheatley have been a regular source of fresh fruit for many years. They have been regular advertisers in our community Newsletter and well worth a visit.
Contact them on 01427 880 341 or www.goforgoachers.co.uk