Civic Awards for the Built environment

Civic awards have long been made in major cities across the UK – Beeston joins that illustrious and often controversial group, by launching its own awards.Covering the area of Beeston, Chilwell, Attenborough, Toton and the surrounding environs Beeston Civic Society are now looking to make awards for recently completed projects. To be made biennially - … Continue reading Civic Awards for the Built environment

Beeston Town Hall – A Call to Action – Please support our Crowd Justice Page

A CALL TO ACTION! As you are no doubt aware, Broxtowe Borough Council is in the process of selling the Town Hall to Cornerstone Evangelical Church. The decision is flawed on many levels, and possibly unlawful and by selling to this particular Church it is almost certain the Town Hall will not be as freely … Continue reading Beeston Town Hall – A Call to Action – Please support our Crowd Justice Page

Broxtowe Invites Design Proposals for a Second Beeston Street Art Commission

Broxtowe's first commissioned mural in Beeston, Nottingham was completed by street artist Zabou on the 18th October 2018; it has been very well received with much local, national and even international press. They now have a sum of £2000 remaining from the art fund they inherited from Henry Boot Plc and would like to invite … Continue reading Broxtowe Invites Design Proposals for a Second Beeston Street Art Commission

LOOKING TO THE FUTURE: A VISION FOR BEESTON UPDATE by Peter Robinson

DISCUSSION, FRIDAY 13 OCTOBER 2017, IN REFURBISHED BEESTON LIBRARY The 45 minute reports and discussion chaired by Stan Heptinstall took place immediately after the Beeston and District Civic Society AGM 2017.  The Society undertook to report progress at the AGM when we met for the ‘Vision for Beeston’ event on Friday 7 April 2017 in … Continue reading LOOKING TO THE FUTURE: A VISION FOR BEESTON UPDATE by Peter Robinson