The vaccination bus is coming to Ashfield.
Following the huge success of the first ever Food and Drink Festival, Ashfield District Council are bringing a second festival to Hucknall on Sunday 21st November.
As part of a scheme to help Ashfield’s vulnerable adults, the Council and Nottinghamshire Police have launched a joint programme to tackle serious violence, abuse and exploitation across the District.
Moor Market, Kirkby in Ashfield’s new indoor market on Lowmoor Road, will be welcoming residents through its doors for the first time on Saturday 16th October.
Work has been completed on refurbishing three studios at Hucknall Leisure Centre, which have already been well received by the public.
Ashfield District Council has been successful in its bid for £550,000 of funding as part of the Ashfield Community Safety Partnership, from the governments Safer Streets fund.
Lammas Leisure Centre in Sutton has opened the doors on its brand new fitness suite.
ADC has today opened its Local Plan Consultation, giving residents an opportunity to think about how the places in Ashfield where people live, work, learn and visit should develop.
A Kirkby resident has been fined £200 for paying an unregistered waste carrier to remove waste from their home.
The Chairman of Ashfield District Council, Cllr Arnie Hankin, paid a visit to two special hair salons in Ashfield to commemorate their business anniversaries.
ADC's extended and varied PSPO comes into force on 1st October 2021 for three years and includes a new Restricted Access order and additional powers to tackle car cruising on Junction 27.
The Community Safety Team have secured an Anti-social Behaviour Injunction Order against a Sutton resident.