Community Information

Important Information About Broxtowe Borough Council Elections on 2 May 2019

See Voter ID Information for the documents you can use.

March 2019 Newsletter

The Little Book of Big Scams

U3A National office have advised us that the Metropolitan Police have produced an excellent publication entitled “The Little Book of Big Scams” with a view to raising awareness of the scams currently operating in the UK and covering easy steps you can take to protect yourselves. A copy can be downloaded by going to or members can contact the Metropolitan Police on 02072301228 or email

Broxtowe Community Newsletter

Did you know that you can sign up for to a Broxtowe Community Newsletter and receive regular information from the Neighbourhood Policing Team about issues which affect the local community, such as burglaries in the area, scams that are being operated locally? You can sign up to receive the newsletter by emailing:

First Aid

September 2018 Newsletter

The British Red Cross is offering free two hour first aid sessions to people at greater risk of injury from slips, trips and falls. These sessions are designed to give people greater confidence by stripping out all technical and clinical language, leaving just basic, common sense skills that people can use when a loved one, friend or complete stranger is in need of help.

The sessions are free, held at your usual venue and we are completely flexible with time and dates. We have delivered to several U3A groups over the last few years and have had great feedback, so if you would like us to come out to your group please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Jonathan Claypole, Adult Crisis Education Service Coordinator

Following the talk given in August by Dr Tim Grey, a member went to book a First Aid course to learn the basics, should it ever be needed. There are courses running at Phoenix Park given by British Red Cross, and the details can be found by following the following link:

Courses are for 4 hours and cost £45