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Read about the latest Community Chest awards and how you can apply for funding.
A Youth Roadshow offering a series of pop-up youth clubs in the parks of Warsop Parish has been going down well with young people over the school holidays.
Our Annual General Meeting will be held on 13 September 2017 at 7pm.
Great feedback on the baby yoga course delivered by the Sure Start Warsop Children’s Centre.
An update on how the community mini bus is being used.
News of a new course for people interested in learning dressmaking skills.
Update on the positive impact Vibrant Warsop is having on the local community.
An update on some of the family engagement activities that are taking place locally.
The Creative Warsop programme offers two new crafting courses for the summer.
The Big Warsop partnership carries out an interim review of the Big Warsop plan.
Big Warsop is supporting Creative Warsop.
Big Warsop is once again funding free Door Supervisor training for people aged 18 and over who live in the Warsop Parish.
Seven people from the Big Warsop area have attended a one-day first aid course funded by Big Local.
The 2nd Warsop Scout Group has used RoLo Community Chest funding to purchase new equipment for their camping trips.
You have until 30 September to apply for support from the latest round of funding from the RoLo Community Chest.
Young people in Warsop enjoyed a fun-packed programme of summer activities throughout August
Big Warsop’s RoLo/Community Chest has provided £500 to fund Warsop Infotech to run dress-making classes over the summer break.
The Big Lottery Fund has launched a new programme offering grants of between £300 and £10,000 for groups to hold one-off events or activities which celebrate their local communities.
As part of the new ‘Having Things to Do‘ theme, Big Warsop has agreed to fund a series of summer activities for young people during August
An estimated 4,500 people turned out for the 2016 Warsop Carnival on 3 July. This year’s theme was The Elements (earth, wind, fire, and water) which were featured on the brightly coloured floats and on cakes, floral displays and in the competitions.
Thirty people attended the Big Warsop Annual General Meeting, which was held on 13 July at the Community Hub in the Adam Eastwood Building on Wood Street.
Big Warsop’s third plan covering the period April 2016 to March 2018 has been approved by Local Trust.
Big Warsop has published an Annual Newsletter highlighting some of the key activities delivered during 2015-16.
A new children’s choir called Voices of the Vale has been formed in Meden Vale.
Big Warsop has awarded more than £4,000 in the latest RoLo Community Chest funding round.
Meden School has taken delivery of a new 15-seater minibus, funded by a £35,000 investment from Big Warsop.
Warsop Wheelies BMX Club has used RoLo Community Chest funding to buy a gazebo for use at events.
On Saturday 26 March, Warsop Youth Club invited young people and their families to the Adam Eastwood Building for a free funday.
Warsop Footpaths & Countryside Group has established the Warsop 1816 to 2016 project to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the 1816 Perambulation of the Manor of Warsop.
Big Warsop has awarded £500 of RoLo Community Chest funding to the Warsop Parish Centre for the purchase of new tables and chairs.
A £490 Community Chest grant from Big Warsop has helped Hetty’s Charity shop expand its offer to customers.
More than two hundred people have used the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) outreach in Warsop during the last year.
Group activities being delivered by Jigsaw Friends in local community venues are proving popular with older residents.
The next round of funding from the Big Warsop Community Chest, in partnership with Rotary Club Warsop, Shirebrook & District is now open. The application deadline is 31 March.
Around 80 people took part in our Community Celebration and Conversation on Friday 5 February 2016. Find out more about what they talked about.
Six defibrillators have been fitted across the community, making Warsop Parish a safer place to live.
The Partnership Group has been busy putting the finishing touches to its plan review and agreeing a budget and activities for the next phase of the plan.
As the first phase of the community hub nears completion, we get an update from Big Warsop member and Warsop Youth Club trustee, Halina Kochanowski.
Our Big Local Rep reflects on what we’ve achieved between October and December 2015 and how we are moving forward with the new plan.
We are funding a range of activities aimed at improving the lives of older people in the Warsop Parish.
Eighteen people from the Big Warsop area have been given the opportunity to train for jobs in the security industry.
Find out how Big Warsop has been supporting Warsop Carnival and save the date for the Carnival in 2016.
Our AGM will take place at 7pm on Wednesday 20 May 2015 at Warsop Town Hall.
Our Big Local Rep reflects on what we’ve achieved between January and March 2015 and how we are moving forward with the new plan.
In April 2014, Birklands Gardening Club benefitted from a RoLo Grant which was used to install a greenhouse which is used by young people at an after school club at the Reg Freeman Community Garden.
Fire Station Consultation
As part of the Consultation on the closure potential closure of Warsop Fire Station, Big Warsop submits it’s views to Nottinghamshire Fire and rescue Service.
Bill Badham, the big local rep for Warsop, posts his latest blog with his views on direction and progress of Big Warsop.
As part of new proposals put forward by Nottinghamsire Fire and Rescue Service, Warsop Fire Station faces permenant closure.
The Chief Executive of the Big local trust, Debbie Ladds, sends a personal thank you to Big Warsop.
Delegates from #BigWarsop attend the Big Local Spring Event.
Volunteers from #BigWarsop and the Warsop Youth Club began to clear the Aspire Centre site.
Big Warsop has commited to supporting Warsop Youth Club to the tunr of £100,000 over the next 12 months
At the AGM in February 3 new voting members were voted on to the Partnership Board to further strengthen the .group.
After nearly 3 years Big Warsop has finally got access to the £1,000,000, It has taken a lot of time, effort and consultation and some thought we would bever gey yhere!
Lesley Watkins has taken up the tole of Big Warsop Co-ordinator, this will giv Big Warsop a physical presence ay Warsop Town Hall 1 day per week.
Bill Badham as been selected as the new Big Local Representative, Bill will be the link between the Big Warsop Partnership and the Big Local Trust.