eASTWOOD TOWN COUNCIL 120 NOTTINGHAM ROAD EASTWOOD 01773 719384
WE currently have 2 councillor vacancIES please see below
THE next ORDINARY council MEETING OF EASTWOOD TOWN COUNCIL WILL TAKE PLACE ON monday 13th september 2021 AT 7.00 PM AT THE COUNCIL OFFICES, NOTTINGHAM ROAD, EASTWOOD
PLease note that whilst members of the public will be welcomed, numbers will be limited and measures will be in place to ensure that both the above meetings are covid secure.
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Welcome to Eastwood Town Council
TEL: (01773) 719384
Eastwood, an English town with a proud history, a vibrant present and an optimistic future.
In these web pages we hope to give you information about our town, its community and its amenities as time permits more information will be added. We hope you find this visit to our site enjoyable and interesting.
Nottinghamshire County Council will soon be drafting a Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) for Nottinghamshire and Nottingham, in collaboration with the county’s bus operators. This stems from the government’s recently published National Bus Strategy (called ‘Bus Back Better’), which requires all English local transport authorities to work with bus operators to come up with bold plans for improving their local bus services and encouraging more people to use them. Government has pledged £3 billion in funding across the country to help deliver these plans, and Nottinghamshire and Nottingham are aiming to secure a fair share of that funding.
As an important input to the plan, they want to find out what people think would improve local bus services and what would make them use local buses more. They are keen to hear from people who already use buses and from those who currently don’t.
They want to hear from public, private and voluntary organisations who have an interest in making bus services work better and would be delighted to have a response back. If you would like to take part in this survey, it can be accessed here;