We're working closely with our NHS colleagues, and other local authorities to ensure that the people of Nottinghamshire are kept well informed of the latest information and developments regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This male cat has arrived at Ali's Cats on Bunny Hill Top. He appears to have moved in uninvited!
If you know this cat or even better his owner perhaps you could get in touch with Ali's Cats (aliscats.co.uk)
The census is coming
Census Day is Sunday 21 March 2021
We'll need your help with the census, which gathers vital information to help plan services such as transport, education and healthcare.
You must complete the census by law.
Look out for your invitation pack in the post. It will show you how to complete your census.
For more information visit www.census.gov.uk
Your answers are protected by law and will be kept confidential.
More than 603 people have tested positive for Covid-19 during the last 24 hours across Nottinghamshire.
It comes after a total of 1,141 cases were confirmed in both the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire  for Thursday, January 28 and Friday, January 29. The largest increase was recorded in Nottingham, where 193 cases were confirmed over 24 hours.
The reproduction number, or R value, of coronavirus transmission across the UK is between 0.7 to 1.1, according to the latest Government figures.
Last summer local BBC radio stations helped members of the public donate thousands of old laptops and tablets for schoolchildren to use across England. For those pupils, who were sharing phones at home while learning in lockdown, it made a huge difference.
There are lots of pupils that still require some help. If you have any spare laptops or tablets, please look at the following to see where items can be donated
Some charities can collect, wipe and share the laptops all in one; some can help take your devices off your hands to fix them ready for distribution; some are collecting donations to help fund devices for pupils; some are local to specific areas and some are nationwide, both across England and the UK.
If you would prefer to donate direct to a school, a list of Nottinghamshire schools can be found here
If you contact them direct, they may have someone working there that can wipe your item clean.
Dates of meetings of the parish council for 2021 have been arranged and are as follows:
January 21, February 18, March 18, April 15, May 20, June 17, July 15, September 16, October 21, November 18
The Annual Parish Meeting will take place on Thursday May 20
During the present virus situation in the UK, no face to face meetings are being held and instead they take place using the zoom online system. Residents may observe such meetings and details how to do so are shown on the council website at least five days before the date of the meeting. At the council’s discretion parishioners may be invited to take part.
The meeting dates are subject to change, according to the national situation requirements.
Notts County Council are looking for a Volunteer Snow Warden for the village and are inviting expressions of interest in the post from any resident living in the parish.
The county have run the scheme for some years and it is their intention to continue with the scheme this winter