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Broxtowe election campaign needs your help

The Broxtowe Green Party election campaign is well and truly under-way as we join the other parties in stating our case before the crucial elections on May 7th. It has been disappointing to see that with stakes high for all … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

2015 promises to be an exciting year, and hopefully a year of real change for Broxtowe and for the Green party. The general election in May will be the first time there has been a real break away from traditional … Continue reading

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Kimberley Town Council Votes on Chapel

Last night (18/12/14) Kimberley Town Council met to decide the future of the iconic Cemetery Chapel. The future of the Chapel has been the subject of debate for many years and whilst the debate has continued the chapel has fallen … Continue reading

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Local Broxtowe Green Party Candidate Pledges Support for Local Pubs and Brewers

David Kirwan, local Green Party General Election candidate for Broxtowe has today pledged to support local pubs and breweries. The three pledges are highlighted in the Manifesto for Pubs and Real Ale by CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, which … Continue reading

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Controversy over Charming Chapel, Kimberley

The charming old chapel and cemetery with beautiful views of Kimberley is yet again centre of controversy. The chapel, which was used for weddings and funerals has fallen into disrepair and is currently not in use. Some time ago Kimberley … Continue reading

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Kimberley Tram on the Wrong Route, says Broxtowe Greens

Commenting on the proposal by Broxtowe Labour Councillors to spend £20,000 on a Tram Feasibility Study, Broxtowe Green Party said that such a study is ‘premature’. They want more community consultation and for other routes to be considered. They also … Continue reading

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Duo resign at fiery Kimberley council meeting that sparks cry of ‘shambles’

        Two elected members resigned at a fiery meeting of Kimberley Town Council that sparked a cry of “shambles” from members of the public. During an open meeting on Thursday (July 31), councillors Katharina Boettge and David … Continue reading

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