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

Getting Clean for the Queen

All volunteers are welcome for a Town Centre Clean-up

Town Centre Clean Up

Support our Town centre, encourage local crafters and clean up for the Jubilee!

Check out and support our local talent at our craft market held in the carpark at the top of the high street on Saturday 28th May from 10am - 1pm. For more information, to book a space on the craft stall or take part in the clean-up please contact Gemma at

Sherwood Street, Warsop – Installation of zebra crossing

Installation of a zebra crossing will be undertaken in February by Via, the County Council's partner of choice for Highway works, and will consist of installing a zebra crossing outside the Sherwood Junior School. As part of the work, the carriageway will also be resurfaced for approximately 30m either side of the crossing.

The work should last for a duration of approximately nine days, commencing Saturday 12th February 2021, working hours will be 07:30 to 17:00 each day. To ensure we can carry out these works on your road, we would like your assistance by ensuring all parked vehicles are removed from the highway prior to 07:30 daily. Unfortunately, these improvements to your road cannot take place if vehicles remain parked on the road.

For full details please click the link below.

Guide to Claiming Benefits and Credits Following Redundancy

Losing your job through redundancy is a shock both emotionally and financially.

Please click the link below for a guide to give you the information you need to make sure you are able to access the benefits system and claim what you are entitled to.

Grants for businesses affected by the new Tier 3 restrictions from 2 December 2020

Mansfield District Council have now received revised guidance from the Government regarding the financial support for businesses legally required to close in the new Tier 3.

Details of the scheme for businesses who are able to remain open but are severely impacted by the restrictions are expected in the next few days.

They are reviewing the guidance and making arrangements as quickly as possible to enable businesses to access the grants. A further discretionary grant application window is also being considered to support businesses affected by the new restrictions.

They will update there website as soon as full details are known including how to access the grants available.

In the meantime, if you pay Business Rates for your premises and your business was legally forced to close under the October 2020 Tier 3 restrictions or the November 2020 National lockdown, and you have not already applied for a mandatory grant for those periods, please visit the Business Support page to apply online.

The grant schemes currently open include:

  • The Local Restrictions Support Grant (Closed) mandatory scheme
    This is for businesses that were legally required to close when Nottinghamshire entered Tier 3 local restrictions on 30 October 2020 and under the national lockdown, which is in force from 5 November 2020 to 2 December 2020.
  • The Local Restrictions Grant (Sector) scheme
    This is for businesses, such as nightclubs, that were legally required to close on 23 March 2020 and have had to remain closed. These businesses are also eligible for the Local Restriction Support Grant (Closed) scheme whilst the national lockdown is in force.

Derbyshire Unemployed Workers' Centres Shirebrook

Have you lost your job? Struggling to pay rent or council tax? Need help filling in forms? We are here to help.

Through November our face to face sessions have been suspended but if you need help you can contact us on 01623 748161 every week day 8am to 4pm.

For full details click the button below to view the poster.

Walking in Nottinghamshire

John Harris's walking in England website has hundreds of FREE walks to download and print plus details of all the walking clubs in the country.

For full details please visit the website via the link below.

Government launches Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp

The UK Government has today launched a GOV.UK Coronavirus Information service on WhatsApp.

For full details on this service please click the link below.

Citizens Advice Bureau Update

We have suspended our face to face advice service until further notice and all of our staff are home working. We can now be contacted in the following way:

  • We have a single contact number for Mansfield CA 07930 199843 which is being answered Monday – Wednesday 9.30am – 1pm and 1.30pm -3pm and Thursday 9.30am-12.30pm. This line is being answered by our receptionist who will then forward queries to the most appropriate member of staff
  • We have set up 2 email addresses and and clients can email us for advice. We are currently aiming to respond to emails within 3 working days
  • Clients can also call our National Advice Line 0344 411 1444 Monday – Friday 10.00am – 4.00pm
  • Clients requiring advice regarding new Universal Credit Claims can call our Help to Claim Line 0800 1448 444 Monday-Friday 8.00am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday
  • Clients can also access advice via webchat through our public website

Invest Ashfield & Mansfield

Invest Ashfield & Mansfield is here to support your business, whether you are looking for new premises, a grant or even networking and learning opportunities.

The Invest team can provide FREE support and advice to help you achieve your business goals. They are holding surgeries for both newly-started and established businesses in partnership with other local expert business support organisations.

For full details click the links 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