Broxtowe Borough Council – Useful Information
Updated May 2020 – please click to open.
The canal, which is 224 years old, is now a nature reserve and a local amenity, enjoyed today by walkers, horse riders and cyclists.
It was declared a nature reserve in 1993. It is home to mute swans, water voles, moorhens, coots, ducks, pond snails, butterflies and dragonflies.
Normal Cossall Parish Council meetings are cancelled until restrictions are lifted, but remote meetings by Zoom will take place. Click to open to see the Agenda.
We invite you to commemorate VE Day 75 Years – safely at home
We have received the sad news that Den Bull a former member of Cossall Parish Council passed away on 31st March, aged 92.
If you want an exciting and rewarding career with opportunities to develop and experience something new every day, you can book now for our next information webinars
Please see information in the Initiatives section about our offer of help for those in need who are self isolating
UPDATE: this presentation has been postponed and a new date will be announced when possible. Apologies for any inconvenience.
A talk will be presented by Maureen Taylor in The Old School Room – Bess of Hardwick; A Woman of Many Parts! Maureen gives talks/presentations on 16th century social history, and always in appropriate costume.
UDATE: The 2020 event has been cancelled; the date for 2021 will be announced in due course
There will be several opportunities for tea and cake stops and several interesting craft stalls.
Traffic Issues are a common problem in all of the three parishes and following on from the joint initiative on off-road bikers, Cossall Parish Council organised a meeting with representatives from the three Parish Councils to discuss local traffic problems.