Since September 2017 WBNWG and WBCSG have been working together to tackle local community concerns. The group meet quarterly at the Conservative Club on Rectory Road in West Bridgford.

Lorraine Salt -Pulford is Chair of both groups and is supported by Judith Brown (Rushcliffe Community Safety Project Officer). The Chair has met up on occasions with Ken Clarke, Rushcliffe MP, to discuss important group issues from the Agenda.  They have regular visits at their meetings both from Nottinghamshire Police and Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, who update them on crime and fire incidents in West Bridgford.

Some interesting guests have joined them with advice on support services including Audrie Nidrie (Police Cadet officer), Andrew Goodall (Nottm Victim Care/Catch 22) and more recently Corbi Brown. Corbi gave a talk on Flying Futures who’s National Citizens Service targets school leavers to progress their careers to go on to university, apprenticeship or jobs.

New members are always welcome to come along and share views and discuss any concerns they may have in West Bridgford. 

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