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Welcome to Warsop, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Market Warsop, Church Warsop, Warsop Vale, Meden Vale, Spion Kop and surrounding areas. We hope to make this website a resource for the local community. If you have material or information that may be of interest, or suggestions for improvement please let us know. More information about Warsop Web the editor's message.

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Warsop Housing Office

Mansfield District Council is replacing 3 of its payment offices with new more convenient ways to pay bills and giving residents much more choice in the process. From 1 April this year, customers who prefer to pay Council bills in cash can do so at any Post Office, any PayPoint location, or at Mansfield Civic Centre payment office, which is being retained. As a result of the change, existing Council payment offices at Warsop will close on 31 March. More Information >>>

Fire Station






The Chief Fire Officers proposal to close the Fire Station, along with 5 other Retained stations throughout the county, has been delayed by The Fire Authority. The Fire Authority will officially announce this at a meeting on Friday 25th February 2011. Village and on line petitions, as well as canvassing of Fire Authority members by Parish Councillors and RFU members put enough doubt in the members of the Fire Authority to come to their decision.

The Fire Authority will now recommend that;-
•9.1 The Fire Authority receives the Fire Cover Review from the Chief Fire Officer and agrees to the establishment of a Member led working group to look in depth at the implications relating to the review.
•9.2 The group is to examine jointly with Officers all options associated with the review prior to making a decision over possible public consultation. The working group will present its conclusions to a future meeting of the Fire Authority
•9.3 The working group consist of six Members (two Labour, two Conservative, 1 Liberal Democrat and 1 Independent) and two Officers of the Service.
It is also understood that the Representative bodies throughout the Fire Service will have input into this working party, of which Adam Moore and Jez Rhodes will be involved both as District Representatives of the Retained Firefighters Union as well as having a vested interest in Edwinstowe Fire Station.

Adam Moore, Chairman of the Nottinghamshire RFU, and a firefighter at Edwinstowe with over 25 years said, “Although we see this as a positive step, we don’t believe for one second that this is the end of the problem. We will not be sitting back, there is too much at stake here, we will continue to campaign to protect the jobs of Retained Firefighters in Nottinghamshire and maintain effective fire cover throughout the communities of Nottinghamshire.” Read the Report >>>>

Improving the Carrs


A meeting was arranged to discuss what should be done to improve the Carrs. Wildlife Trust officer, Andy Lowe led the meeting which was in the form of a Carrs walkabout on Thurs 24th of Feb. There was a good turnout and everyone interested in the Carrs had their say about its future. Top of the agenda was the dredging of the Mill Dam. Further meetings will be held and everyone is welcome. Times to be arranged.

See What MDC Spend


Mansfield District Council started publishing details of all it’s spending of over £500 with external suppliers from 31st January. The move is in line with the government requirement for all Councils to publish their spending data to encourage greater transparency and accountability with residents and to promote greater efficiency.

The first document published lists every transaction of over £500 made between 1 April and 31 December 2010. From now on, monthly reports will be uploaded to the website shortly after the end of each month. www.mansfield.gov.uk/spending

Meden Sports Centre
and Pool
January 27th 2011

January 27th 2011 - Pool Update
The budget was agreed unanimously by full Council on 26th January, confirming that

Meden Sports Centre and Pool will stay open
and will be included in the forthcoming market testing exercise with all MDC facilities, which it is anticipated will be September.

January 18th 2011 Pool Update - Cabinet unveils “bold, brave and creative” budget - News about Meden Pool View Word Doc >>>
January 10th 2011 Pool Update - Report of Portfolio Holder for Resources To Cabinet On 13 January, 2011 View pdf file >>>
January 10th 2011 Pool Update - Response to Select Commission 3 Budget Proposals 2011 – 2012 View pdf file>>

Bid to Find
Seasonal Dog Illness
A new website has been launched in a bid to help find out why some dogs have fallen ill when visiting woodlands across Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. The Animal Health Trust (AHT) has created an online questionnaire for people to report incidents where their pets fell ill or perhaps even died. Reports of the mystery sickness – dubbed Seasonal Canine Illness - first came to light in 2009 and more dogs fell ill in 2010. The problem has also been reported in other parts of the country, including East Anglia and Warwickshire, and only seems to occur during Autumn months.

Locally the Forestry Commission has joined forces with the Environment Agency, National Trust, Notts Wildlife Trust, Nottinghamshire County Council and Ashfield and Mansfield District Councils to try and solve the riddle. Jo Atkinson from the Forestry Commission said: "Scientific tests carried out last year drew a blank, but we even so believe that experts from the University may be able to help. As a first step it is vital we get an accurate idea of the number and distribution of dogs falling ill so we would urge any dog owners who have been affected to fill in the questionnaire.” The new website page can be found at www.aht.org.uk/seasonal_illness.html

MDC Press Release

Polling Station Changes

Some voters will be casting their vote in unfamiliar surroundings at this year’s local elections after a review of polling station locations by Mansfield District Council. Sherwood Junior School in Warsop is normally closed for elections to be used as polling stations. However, following the review, the Council will now be using community buildings including Warsop Methodist Church and the Wellington Close Community Centre in Warsop in their place.

Ruth Marlow, Managing Director and Returning Officer at Mansfield District Council said: “The new arrangements will mean that some people will be voting at a different location to the one they have in previous elections and I would urge all voters to check their poll card which will carry the address of their polling station and a map.” For further information on the Polling Places Review and voting arrangements call Mansfield District Council’s Elections team on 01623 463 345. The full Polling Place Review report together with maps of the new polling districts and stations is available to view on Mansfield District Council’s website at www.mansfield.gov.uk/pollingplaces

Warsop Web now has a gallery incorporating archived photographs given to us by The Old Warsop Society. VIsit the Gallery >>>

The Old Warsop society meet on the last Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm in the Fitzherbert Room at the Tudor Barn. Everyone welcome!
BT Infinity

Vote for Warsop in the Race to Infinity. BT are rolling out their fast Broadband according to how many votes each area gets. www.racetoinfinity.bt.com

Welbeck Welfare Football
Welbeck Welfare Football Club, based in Meden Vale are wondering where the local players have disappeared to. We are regenerating our mens team to play in the Central Midlands League for Season 2010/11 and so far the locals, who think they know a thing or two about football have not appeared interested, which is a shame.

There must be plenty of 16 + males out there who fancy a challenge. If so please contact Graham Hall on 01623 843108 or 07791 155891 for more details. We are presently training on the Colliery ground at Meden Vale each Saturday at 2.00 p.m. And Wednesday at 7.00 p.m. Why not come and give it a try.
Work Club
Every Monday 1pm -4pm and Wednesday 9.30am - 12.30am at Warsop Town Hall. Computers and newspapers are available for job searching. Expert help is available for CV writing, job applications and general employment advice. Envelopes and postage are provided for job applications. Drop-in sessions - no need to make an appointment.
SHINE Out Of School
Activities for after school and school holidays More Information>>>

Samuel Fell Wilson
The unsolved murder

We have previously discussed this unsolved murder at Warsop Windmill in 1930 and now Scott Lomax features it in his book. Chapter 4 is dedicated to Samuel Fell Wilson's murder and makes a very interesting read. Unsolved Murders In & Around Derbyshire by Scott C Lomax, is available from Pen and Sword Books - More information >>
Bowring Transport
HGV Driver Training and commercial haulage, Warsop. Website
The official opening of the Thynghowe Trail on April 25th includes an organised walk with explanation of the features and just in time for Spring, Friends of Thynghowe have produced a route map and information about this ancient 3 mile waymarked trail around the Warsop, Edwinstowe and Clipstone boundaries. A walk well worth doing on a nice day. Further Information>>>
Personalised Cartoons
Personalised, original cartoons individually sketched by this artist, making ideal gifts at very reasonable prices. http://idjmedia.co.uk/
Taxi Service
G.B.CARS Private Hire Taxi Service - Local-Coastal-Airports Tel: 01623 847453 Mobile: 07896347101
Mark Pidduck Art

A Warsop artist whose paintings make fantastic presents for that special occassion. See his website gallery. www.markpidduck.com

Warsop Tyre Dump Blaze

Friday 29th May 2009 - Nottinghamshire Firefighters battle to contain a fire at the Oakfield Lane tyre dump that broke out just before 10pm. Specialist firefighting equipment was brought in to pump water directly from the river Meden to the source of the fire and a police helicopter was called in to help ground crew. Residents living close to the fire were evacuated to a rest centre and roads around Warsop closed.See the forum for more reports and images >>
Tuesday 2nd June 2009- Firefighters are still at the scene around the clock keeping watch over the fire as it burns itself out. It is expected to continue to burn for several more days
. Oakfield Lane is closed from the bridge but all other roads are now clear.

Warsop Video
The 2007 dvd raised £3,000 towards Warsop Carnival 2008. I am now collecting old film footage for a new dvd to raise further funds for the next Carnival. If anyone has any footage I can use, please contact me either by e.mail or at the Town Hall. I will consider any footage of Warsop either on cine film, video tape or dvd.
Home Safety Check + Smoke Alarms
Notts Fire & Rescue (Warsop) are carrying out FREE Home Safety Checks. They provide and install smoke detectors, and carry out a full safety check of your home and offer advice. Call Warsop Fire Station on (01623) 842124 (Anwserphone) and leave your name, address and a contact number. A member of fire personnel will contact you to arrange a convenient time to carry out the check.
Warsop Walks
Maps for walks around the Warsop countryside courtesy of the Footpaths and Countryside Group. Here >>>

Warsop DVD

Available at Warsop Town Hall for a donation of £5 to Warsop Carnival funds. A 20 minute dvd of Warsop circa 1958 - 2005 and River Meden floods June 2007. low quality preview floods preview circa 1958 - Please note the actual dvd is higher quality.
Warsop Ex-Servicemens Club Tribute Events!
Now completely re-furbished with conservatory. Quiz & Bingo Fridays, Snooker & Games room, and function room bookings. Plus!. Check out our fabulous list of forthcoming star tribute shows>>>>

Over 50 and need
help with your garden?

The County Council and its partners have a gardening service to help people over 50 at a subsidised price they can afford. Border work, Weeding, Mowing, Tidying and General maintenance. Work will be carried out by disabled people who are on Nottinghamshire County Council’s supported employment programme. All have been trained and will bring all their own tools and equipment. Phone - 0115 963 2638 or email: jacqueline.anderson@nottscc.gov.uk
The Carrs
Pride of Place!

The Carrs takes Pride of Place in the Mansfield District winning first place with a massive 56% of the total votes. The Carrs was nominated for the Pride of Place award as one of ten entries in the Mansfield District. Read the Chad report. Congratulations to the Friends of the Carrs!

B&B Accommodation
Churchside B & B, Churchside Cottage, Church Rd, Church Warsop, Mansfield, NG20 0SF Tel 01623 844 670
Sure Start
Guitar Tuition
Guitar lessons now available for beginners - £12 per hour - Call Eddie 01623 845569 or 07716 769325
Boxercise Keep Fit
Keep Fit with Boxercise - upstairs at the Plough every Tuesday and Thursday 7 - 8pm. - £3.50 per session.
Warsop Travel Agent
Instant Holidays - 01623 846964 E.mail julie.bartram@tarsc.net for a quote on holidays and flights or visit the Website
Julie has 30 years experience in the travel industry and now has her own agency.
Website Design and Admin Services
Warsop Electronic Business Centre based at Warsop Town Hall, employs local people and now offers admin and website services to other organisations and businesses. Website hosting also available. For more information visit the website

Stop unsolicited
phone calls!

If you are getting unsolicited phone calls from people selling, canvassing etc you can stop this by registering with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) on-line www.tpsonline.org.uk This is a free service!

For Sale/Wanted/Events

Got an item to sell, or looking for something to buy? Want to advertise an event? It's FREE on our Forum pages >>>>

Shaping Futures

Day Nursery in Warsop Town Centre - nursery place available and now enrolling.
More information >>>
The Royal British Legion
Working at the heart of our community.
Did you know that in Nottinghamshire the Royal British Legion: Cares for ex-service people and their families; Provides social, financial and emotional support; Is a membership organisation that anyone can join; Runs the annual Poppy Appeal; Is active in your community 365 days a year. To join, get involved or find out more contact pete@hopkins-uk.co.uk phone 01623 843944 or visit the web site at:- www.britishlegion.org.uk
Credit Union
Saving for a special item, a holiday or just for a rainy day? The Credit Union is at Warsop Town Hall every Thursday morning.

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