The booklet for Heritage Open Days 8th -11th September 2016 in the South Broxtowe Area is now available. HOD Beeston 2016 final proof 
Join Professor Beckett on the first of this year’s Guided Walks tomorrow, Sunday, 12th June starting from the Podium in Beeston Square at 2.30pm. The walk is entitled ‘the Inns and Pubs of Beeston’ and will last about 2 hours.
This walk, which will remain firmly outside of the pubs and inns of Beeston takes the form of a walk from the podium of Beeston Square to different pubs and inns around Beeston taking in their history and where possible their ownership and occupation.
It will not be practicable to visit all of the known pub sites, but reference will be made both to those we can see and also to those that will remain out of sight but which most people are likely to be aware of anyway.
Walkers will gain an introduction to the hostelries of Beeston, including the older inns (now generally rebuilt) and the modern public houses.
Public transport. Any bus or tram to Beeston Square.
Car Parking: Foster Avenue Car Park is free on Sundays.
For the 2016 Blue Plaques Booklet please click HERE
The results of the first phase of consultation for the Barton’s redevelopment have been published. Feel free to discuss your feelings about this on our Facebook page, Beeston Voice at https://www.facebook.com/groups/beestonvoice/
A selection of last years pictures are here
Our next Meeting will be on FRIDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 2016 when Trevor Stocker Service Delivery Manager of Nottingham Trams will be giving an Update now that the Trams are up and running.
It is hoped that Representatives from Nottingham City Transport, Your Bus and Trent/Barton will also be available to give us an update on bus services following commencement of Tram services to Beeston.
The Meeting will take place at The Pearson Centre, 2 Nuart Road Beeston at 7.30.p.m.
The next Open Meeting of the Society will take place on
FRIDAY 8TH JANUARY 2016
at The Pearson Centre, Nuart Road Beeston
entitled Beeston: The Future
by John Delaney Head of Built Environment, and Ryan Dawson, Planning Development and Regeneration Manager both of Broxtowe Borough Council.
Members free Guests £2.
Beeston & District Civic Society are planting a tree at Cavendish Lodge Car Park, off Devonshire Ave Beeston this coming Friday 4 December at 10 am. I do hope that some of you will be able to be there to support this project