Have your say…

East Midlands Railways plans to abolish services to London from the Town

DECEMBER 2020 TIMETABLE CONSULTATION

Major changes – have your say

By Friday 14th February 2020

Complete the consultation at:

eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk/December2020

https://www.facebook.com/alfretontc/

@ErewashRug

‘Will there still be direct services from Alfreton and Langley Mill to London St Pancras International during the week and at weekends?’

We have no plans to continue running direct services to London from those stations. We will, however, maintain a morning Sheffield to Nottingham service, which will call at these stations and allow connections from Nottingham to London St Pancras International

INTERESTED?

‘Friends of… Would you like to take part?

Alfreton Town Council has been approached by interested locals who would like to establish ‘friends of’ groups for the green spaces in Alfreton.

If you are interested join us for information gathering:

Monday 27th January 2020 – 6pm

Room 1, Alfreton House

Additional Information

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

The Town Council Offices will close for the Festive Period on Thursday 19th December and reopen on Tuesday 7th January 2020.
The Town Mayor, Members and Staff would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Alfreton Town Council Tour Of The Town

Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Members of Alfreton Town Council will be undertaking their Annual Tour of the Town and will be at the locations listed below :-

 

Area Approximate Time
Depart from Alfreton House 18.00
Rodgers Lane Play Area 18.02
Crabtree Allotment Site 18.10
Beech Avenue Play Area and Footpath 18.20
Meadow Lane Footpaths 1 & 2 18.35
Meadow Lane Industrial Area 18.45
Alfreton Railway Station 18.50
Milton Avenue Allotment Site 19.05
Flowery Leys Lane Footpath 19.20
Birchwood Road 19.25
Centenary Green 19.30
Peasehill Allotment 20.00
The Green 20.05
Alfreton Welfare Ground 20.10
Bus Station 20.20
Severn Square 20.25
Institute Lane 20.30
Footpath Adjacent Alfreton Academy 20.40
Southend Allotments 20.50
Watchorn Play Area 21.00
Alma Watchorn Park including shelter 20.10
Alfreton Park 21.15
House of Confinement 21.20
Return to Alfreton House 21.30

 

Best Dressed Window

The Town Council have run a competition in conjunction with their lights switch on, for local businesses to take part in a best dressed window challenge.

Many of the shops in Alfreton chose to take part and it was a very difficult decision for the judge to make.

Wendy Comins of South Normanton Area Food Bank, the Town Mayors chosen charity, has kindly chosen the winner after visiting each shop one afternoon. ‘It was not an easy job because each one was beautifully decorated, many in a style in keeping with the shop itself. I chose ‘Pierce of Art’ on Central Road. The display reminded me of an old fashioned Christmas with stockings hanging on the fireplace, a blazing fire and presents around the tree’

Well done to the staff at Pierce of Art; Lesley, Elizabeth, Jess, Lucy and Abbey, they will be presented with their prize by the Town Mayor, Councillor Mary Kerry next week.