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Notification of road works on the A42 Southbound at M1 Junction 23a/A453.

Notification of road works on the A42 Southbound at M1 Junction 23a/A453.

Notification of road works on the A42 Southbound at M1 Junction 23a/A453.For more information see letter attached from Highways England.

Posted: Thu, 16 May 2019 13:07 by Sam Lockwood

Long Whatton Litter Pick

Long Whatton Litter Pick

Long Whatton Litter Pick

26 Long Whatton residents turned up on Sunday 14th April. A fantastic turnout! Great to see so many volunteers!!!

A Massive thank you to you all; your support is greatly appreciated, shows great community spirit and really benefits our parish - one of which we can be proud of.

Posted: Wed, 17 Apr 2019 11:35 by Sam Lockwood

Diseworth Litter PIck

Diseworth Litter PIck

Diseworth Litter Pick

30 Diseworth residents turned up on Sunday 14th April. A fantastic turnout! Great to see so many volunteers!!!

A Massive thank you to you all; your support is greatly appreciated, shows great community spirit and really benefits our parish - one of which we can be proud of.

Posted: Wed, 17 Apr 2019 11:29 by Sam Lockwood