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Rural Broadband

Broadband speeds. At recent Parish Council Meetings CCllr John Ogle raised the issue of poor Broadband speeds and intermittent service in rural areas, despite the roll out of Fibre Broadband. These problems are almost...

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New Lengthsman

A new Lengthsman has been appointed in the village: Jack Foster Please let us know of any work around the village that can be carried out by our new Lengthsman: Full details are on...

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NORTH & SOUTH LEVERTON COMMUNITY HUB UPDATE

NORTH & SOUTH LEVERTON COMMUNITY HUB UPDATE Latest events in and around North & South Leverton NEW YOGA CLASS Come and join the New Yoga Class. Every Wednesday evening in the Methodist Church Hall...

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EXTRAORDINARY PARISH COUNCIL PLANNING MEETING

South Leverton Parish Council Sara Stilliard – Clerk e-mail: clerk@southlevertonpc.org.uk EXTRAORDINARY PARISH COUNCIL PLANNING MEETING Following a recent application for change of use at New Farm, Retford Road, South Leverton, the Parish Council are...

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Help Yourself

Notts Help Yourself: For Details see: Notts Help Yourself If you work with local people, or need information yourself as a resident of Nottinghamshire, then www.nottshelpyourself.org.uk is the best place to start. This website is...

Dog Control Order 2015

Bassetlaw District Council Dog Control Order 2015 This order came into force on the 1st September 2015: For full details please refer to the Councils Web Site: Dog Control Order 2015

CAB

Free advice from CAB: CAB are offering free advice on how to save money by switching gas/electricity providers. BASSETLAW CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Bureau Director – Stephen Saddington The Annexe, Queens Building, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80...

Housing

Housing problems? Before you do anything else please contact Bassetlaw Housing Needs Team: Bassetlaw District Council Housing Needs Team are here to help with all Housing related issues Information:  Bassetlaw Housing Needs Team Download...

1801 ENCLOSURE ACT

SOUTH LEVERTON ENCLOSURE ACT OF 1801 The South Leverton Enclosure Act of 1801 was enacted under the general act of enclosure passed by Parliament in 1801, which allowed for any parish in England and...