Our Borough Council should always be the servant of the Broxtowe people. Its primary duty is to act in the best interests of the community. Regrettably the present Conservative administration has forgotten this, having badly lost its way and made a series of lamentable decisions that will cost us all. The failed austerity policies of […]Read More The Tories: A Bad Deal for Broxtowe
VOTE LABOUR ON 13th JUNE A crucial vote in Stapleford South East Just one more day to go until June 13th and the crucial by-election in Stapleford South East which will determine the future direction of Broxtowe Council for the next 4 years. Over 12 months of hard work listening and working with […]Read More Greg Marshall Newsletter June 2019
Val Leyland I’ve lived in the area for 46 years and pursued a career in various kinds of social work, my last job being with the local Community Learning Disability Team. Now retired, I volunteer at the Infant Feeding Cafe at QMC and also at The Arches, a project that helps people in need with […]Read More Stapleford Town Council Candidates
I have lived in Broxtowe for over 20 years and moved here with my daughter who attended the local school. I attended The University of Nottingham as a mature student and work as a Dementia Advisor. I enjoy living here and being a member of a friendly and welcoming community. I care about all aspect […]Read More Sonia Edmund
Do you realise the Tories in Nottinghamshire are planning to abolish our Borough Council? And did you know that Broxtowe’s own Conservatives have actively supported this proposal? Were you aware the very same Tories who voted to close down Broxtowe only a few months ago now want your support this coming Thursday in the election […]Read More Labour: Standing Up For Broxtowe
A Strong Local Economy Labour will invest in our town centres and protect them from continued growth of out of town retail parks. We will bring back shop front improvement grants to encourage new businesses. A Labour Council work with the new business rates system to develop rates that are locally responsive meaning businesses […]Read More Our Vision for Broxtowe
I am a proud to be a young woman involved in politics and firmly believe a different range of voices are needed on Broxtowe Borough Council to better represent the diversity of our community. I grew up in the area and have attended local schools. Currently I am studying for my A levels after which […]Read More Sophie Vale
The increase in tuition fees to £9000 per year and the removal of the cap, allowing Universities to recruit as many students as they want and can, has had dramatic consequences for Higher Education (HE) in the UK, limiting education to those who can pay for it. Developments at Nottingham’s universities are no exception in […]Read More Higher Education for the Many!