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    High Road Beeston

    Beeston High Road boasts a number of High Street Favourites along with a selection of Independent retailers
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    Places to eat and drink

    Beeston offers a number of places to eat and drink to suit all budgets and tastes
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    Broadgate Park

    Just on the edge of the town centre, Broadgate Park offers a place to play and relax and is also home to a number of events in Beeston
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    Markets in Beeston

    Beeston Square is host to a number of markets throughout the year including Beeston Market, Farmers Market and the Arts and Craft Fair
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    Late Night Opening in Beeston

    From Thursday 23rd April, a number of businesses in Beeston will be extending their opening hours past 5pm for those shoppers who want to nip in after work

Welcome to Beeston

Beeston town centre is on the outskirts of Nottingham and prides itself of its mix of Independent businesses as well as its more well known retail outlets.

Please use the headings above to navigate around the site, where you will find information about businesses in the area, events that are taking place and how to sign up to our Loyalty card.

If you are a business, you can also find out out Beeston BID and how you can become involved.

If it’s shopping, a catch up with friends or something to do with the family, Beeston has something for everyone! So what are you waiting for….Lets go to Beeston!

 

 

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Latest News

Debbie and Sally are Sainburys’s ‘Local Heroes’

Debbie and Sally who both work at Sainsbury’s Beeston have been busy volunteering for 1st and 2nd Wollaton Brownies. Thanks to Sainbury’s matched giving scheme called Local Hereos, Debbie and Sally are able to increase the support they have given the charity with an additional £200 each, £400 in total. The scheme is now in… Read more »

Upcoming Events

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Mad About Books

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Meet author Eve Makis who will talk about her book ‘The Spice Box Letters – History through human stories’ at Beeston Library, Foster Avenue, Beeston on Wednesday 29th April 2015. This event is free with a small charge for refreshments.

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Belly Dance Classes

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Egyptian Belly Dance Classes For Beginners 12 week course 7.15pm-8.15pm

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Alive After 5-Late night Opening in Beeston

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Every Thursday from 23rd April, a number of shops in Beeston will be staying open past 5pm. For more information, please visit our Alive After 5 page