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All the latest news in and around Warsop are listed below.

Carter Lane Warsop - 40mph Speed Limit

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Nottinghamshire County Council proposes to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effects of which will be, in respects of roads at Warsop Vale in the District of Mansfield:-

  • No person shall drive any vehicle at a speed exceeding 40 miles per hour on that length of road specified below:
    B6031 Carter Lane, Warsop Vale
    from its junction with Longster Lane in a north-easterly direction for 390 metres
  • Any previous speed limit order made under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 or any enactment replaced by that Act in so far as it related to Carter Lane, Warsop Vale from its junction with Longster Lane in a north-easterly direction for a distance of 390 metres is hereby revoked.
  • For full details please click the link below.

Joint statement on Meden Sports Centre arrangements

Mansfield District Council will be withdrawing from managing the service at Meden Sports Centre in Warsop. Public access to leisure and fitness facilities will cease on 22 April.

All customers will be signposted to other leisure centres operated by Mansfield District Leisure Trust as lessons, activities and access to fitness facilities will be transferred to Rebecca Adlington Swimming Centre, Water Meadows Swimming Centre, Oak Tree Leisure Centre and River Maun Recreation Centre in Mansfield. 180 classes take place at these venues and there is capacity to accommodate swimming and water-based fitness in other pools across the district.

For full details please click the link below.

'Use it or lose it’ warning on £100k business rates relief cash

Small businesses in Mansfield could lose out on their share of a remaining £100,000 in Government handouts to alleviate rates rises, Mansfield District Council has warned.

The council is responsible for sharing out a £360,000 pot of business rates relief money over four years and says almost half of the first year’s £210,000 fund has yet to be allocated. If it is not shared out by 31 March, it will be clawed back by the Government.

For full details please click the link below.

Wheels to Work Nottinghamshire

Wheels to Work is a transport solution scheme aimed at helping you get over the initial problem of getting to work, training or education.

Wheels to work can provide, a bicycle or moped training if you have your own moped.

For full details click the link below.

Have your say on council services on Citizens' Panel

Mansfield District Council is seeking people who would be willing to share their views to help shape the future of the district.

It has set up a Citizens' Panel whose members will take part in online surveys to give feedback on local services, give views on new proposals and to help identify future needs and priorities.

The panel surveys, which will be carried out up to four times a year, cover topics relating to public services in Mansfield and could include subjects such as:

  • Community safety
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Housing
  • Waste and Recycling

Members of the panel will be able to use a ‘consultation tracker’ on the council's website to find out more information about the outcomes of the surveys.

Anyone who is over 16 years old and lives in the Mansfield district can take part. All consultation exercises are optional and panel members can opt out at any time.

Cllr Stewart Rickersey, Portfolio Holder for Corporate Services at Mansfield District Council, said: "The Citizens' Panel is an effective way for people to get their views across on a range of topics. Now is the time to get involved and make a difference - whether you are 16 or 100."

To find out more and how to join the Citizens' Panel, call 01623 463438, or fill in the form online via the website link below.

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Tel: 01623 846 011