Latest news from Bawtry Town Council
Volunteers Needed- See below:
Do you have any time to spare every week? Are you looking to gain more experience or to give something back to your local community? Do you want to be part of our team?
We are looking for volunteers to work in and around our Youth & Family Hubs and Outreach Venues.
Talk to a staff member or ring Darren Gough (Volunteer Co-ordinator) on
01302 737084/07973635740 for further details
Training & support offered to all Volunteers
Calling Young People in Bawtry !
NYC and 31 Market Place have responded to young people’s concerns that there isn’t much to do for young people in Bawtry and are offering the following:
Monday – Friday 4-6pm – free wifi, special deals and discounts and a loyalty scheme for young people – all young people very welcome
Bawtry School Crossing Patrol
Unfortunately we do not currently have a school crossing warden on Station Road in Bawtry. Therefore the point on Station Road, despite meeting the criteria, will not have a warden for the foreseeable future.
Bawtry Town Council is shortly to convene an initial Community Forum Meeting on the 3rd April – full details below:
Inaugural Meeting of the Bawtry Community Forum at the Crown Hotel on Monday 3rd April 2017 at 7 pm.
Bawtry Councillors want to try to make the Town Council more representative of, and responsive to, its electorate. The public get to select councillors at election time, and are always able to attend Council meetings – but few chose to do so. Our meeting minutes are available for inspection online (bawtrytowncouncil.co.uk) and at the Library – but they’re not the best way of finding out what is going on.
We have therefore decided to create a Community Forum, which will consist of the Town Council, individual residents and any existing community groups or associations that wish to participate. At the Forum, Councillors and the Clerk will explain how the Council works, what it can do, and what it cannot do. We hope the public will tell us what we should do.
We will explain the rules that govern our activities, how we spend your money, and what our existing policies and priorities are. We will invite the public to question us, to challenge us, and to hold us to account.
We will organise the content of this first meeting of the Community Forum – but its future will be shaped by those who attend.
If you want to influence the future of Bawtry, you should attend this meeting.
Refreshments will be available, and the meeting will close by 9 pm.