Colin Tideswell

Colin Tideswell

Born and bred in Chilwell West. I trained in nursing at Beeston College and then at South Derby Health Authority. As a trainee I was paid a living wage; something I’d like to see return. I worked for 22 years with people with learning and mental health difficulties and raised my family. Now semi-retired and […]

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April 10, 2019

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Voter ID explained

Voter ID explained

Voter ID pilots will run in 10 local authorities in the May 2019 local elections and will require voters to present personal identification before casting their ballot. The 2019 voter ID pilot schemes are an integral part of the wider Government agenda. The governments research highlighted the matter of voter ID requirements and argued that […]

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March 21, 2019

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Greg Marshall Newsletter March 2019

Welcome to my latest newsletter. If you have friends, relatives or colleagues who you think may be interested in receiving this communication, please ask them to sign up here. If you have events that you would like me to include in future newsletters – please get in touch with the details. Broxtowe deserves better With […]

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March 20, 2019

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Inspector Simon Riley’s Blog: February 2019

Welcome to my February blog. It’s incredible to think that we are already 2 months into 2019 – time really does fly by so quickly. February has been yet another busy month for my teams at Beeston and Eastwood and one which hasn’t been without its share of drama and success. Again, unfortunately we had […]

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March 2, 2019

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Greg Marshall Newsletter January 2019

Welcome to my latest newsletter. If you have friends, relatives or colleagues who you think may be interested in receiving this communication, please ask them to sign up here. If you have events that you would like me to include in future newsletters – please get in touch with the details. Broxtowe Labour opens campaign […]

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February 2, 2019

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Inspector Simon Riley’s Blog: January 2019

Insp Simon Riley

I’m going to start this month’s blog with updates on the two serious crimes that have made the media during January and which I know have caused some concern amongst the community, particularly in Beeston. Firstly, the serious assault on a female walking her dog in Beeston Fields Park on January 11th. Richard PICKWORTH, 56, […]

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February 2, 2019

New Urgent & Emergency Care Centre to open at QMC after £4.5m investment

QMC

A new Urgent and Emergency Care Centre, including our new Adult Emergency Department entrance, will open at Queen’s Medical Centre on the morning of Tuesday 18 December 2018. This is the most significant development for urgent and emergency care at Nottingham’s hospitals in 15 years, and aims to further improve patient and staff experience and […]

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December 22, 2018

Inspector Simon Riley’s Blog: December 2018

Well, it’s almost here! Christmas is almost upon us and as usual, I am sat here wondering where the past 12 months has gone. It’s been a challenging year for me, both on a personal and a professional level, but nevertheless a fulfilling one. I am now looking forward to the next 12 months with […]

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December 21, 2018

Greg Marshall Newsletter December 2018

Welcome to my latest newsletter. If you have friends, relatives or colleagues who you think may be interested in receiving this communication, please ask them to sign up here. If you have events that you would like me to include in future newsletters – please get in touch with the details. Small Business Saturday    […]

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December 8, 2018

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