Meetings are held in Committee Room B at County Hall, Loughborough Road, NG2 7QP
on the third Monday of every other month; full list of dates below.
The next will be our Annual General Meeting, on 19th June 2017 at 7.00 pm.
OUR AIMS: To improve and sustain the quality of life of all those who live and work in and West Bridgford by providing a forum for the presentation, discussion and conclusion of issues affecting the community.
The forum has been active for many years and welcomes local residents and representatives from groups in the West Bridgford area to join us in our bi-monthly meetings.
We discuss on-going issues of interest to the local community and invite speakers to give us updates. Our sub group for Traffic and Transport works together and also holds separate meetings as highways are always in the limelight.
WBLAF Visit to London Road Fire Station, April 2017
Previous guest speakers include:
Mick Burrows and Tim Richmond OBE, West Bridgford Commissioners
Hilary Strasburger, Notts County Council District Library Manager for Rushcliffe
Paddy Tipping, Police Commissioner for Nottinghamshire
David Banks, Executive Manager for Neighbourhoods at Rushcliffe Borough Council
Craig Parkin, Assistant Chief Fire Officer at Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service
Chrissie Wells, Friends of Sharphill Wood
*** Click here to download the presentation ***
Our members include representatives from environmental, conservation, ethnic and community groups, police, fire, ambulance, churches and libraries the 'wildlife side of life' as well as the Borough and County councillors for West Bridgford. If you represent a West Bridgford group not listed, please get in touch!
Unlike the rest of Rushcliffe Borough, West Bridgford has no Town or Parish Council and this is the only venue at which Borough and County Councillors, residents and community groups regularly meet to discuss local matters.
Representatives of the police and fire authorities are also regular attendees.
*** Click here to download a list of local police contacts for Rushcliffe ***
*** Click here to download our response to Rushcliffe Borough Council's consultation on the future of Leisure Centres in West Bridgford ***