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Children Enjoy Play Area Improvements in Beeston Rylands

£110,000 Improvements Unveiled At Leyton Crescent Local children were the first to try out the newly refurbished play area at Leyton Crescent when it was officially unveiled this week. Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, Councillor Derek Burnett BEM joined children from Beeston Rylands Youth Club and other guests at the official opening, following £110,000 […]

Beeston Street Art Gets National Recognition

Beeston street art gets recognition in Kate Beckinsale approves father’s Beeston tribute Hollywood actress Kate Beckinsale has given her seal of approval to her father’s mural in Beeston. On Instagram she said: “To know that even four decades after his death, his hometown holds him this close is so unbelievably wonderful.” Artist Zabou spray painted […]

Beeston Memory Café is four!

At the end of September, Beeston Memory Café celebrated its fourth birthday Back in September, Beeston Memory Café celebrated four successful years of supporting local people affected by dementia at a special carers party attended by Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, councillor Derek Burnett. As part of the celebrations, the mayor presented the café […]

Start your Saturdays at Middle Street Resource Centre!

 Cooked breakfasts and drinks are available at Middle St Resource Centre on Saturday mornings, as well as Mon to Fri. With parking, Middle St tram stop and buses stopping on the doorstep, you can start your Saturday here then make your way to your next activity. 74 Middle St Beeston NG9 2AR. beestoncommunityresource.wordpress.co.uk Tel 0115 […]

Many plants now for sale at Middle Street Resource Centre

Many plants for sale! Opening times Monday-Friday 9-5 and Saturdays until 12.30pm     Call 0115 9252516  for further information or visit: Middle Street Resource Centre, 74 Middle Street, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 2AR

Community Cat Watch launched in Beeston 11am – 2pm every Monday from 4 June at Middle Street

A community project to track the number of stray cats living on the streets in Beeston is to be launched next week. Cats Protection’s Beeston Cat Watch aims to record homeless cats living in Beeston to help improve their long-term welfare. Residents, community groups and businesses can get involved by reporting unowned cats through a […]

Craft and Social Group every Weds at 10.30am in Middle Street Cafe area

Enjoy crafts? Join the craft and social group every Wednesday 10.30 in the Middle Street Cafe

Take a look at….The Beestonian

Any place that’s good to live in needs a way of expressing and promoting just what it is that’s so good about it, and it’s even better if that happens through a medium that is of itself top quality. In Beeston we have The Beestonian, which is always informative and often also amusing, acerbic, controversial. […]

Congratulations to Oxjam venue as record sum is raised

Thanks to Middle St Resource Centre for contributing to a record-breaking Oxjam Thanks for all your help with the Festival: the loan of the equipment and a venue twice! As you may have heard, we have posted an interim profit so far of £18000 which already breaks our own record from 2015. As a recognition […]

Oxjam

Oxjam Beeston 2017 is go go go! The local Oxjam team are excited to announce that for the seventh year running Beeston will be hosting the very popular and successful Oxjam Music Festival this autumn, with headline sponsorship from The Star Inn Beeston – Nottingham CAMRA LocAle Pub of the Year 2017. What is Oxjam?? […]