Top listeners:

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
  • play_arrow

    The Hit Network

  • play_arrow

    Techno Radio Top Music Radio

  • play_arrow

    Summer Festival Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Electronic Trends Podcast Aaron Mills

  • play_arrow

    New Year Eve Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Techno Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Flower Power Festival Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Tech House Podcast Robot Heart

  • play_arrow

    Winter Festival Podcast Robot Heart


Council statement after travellers pitch up at family park

today27 June 2022

share close

A statement has been made after a group of travellers have pitched up at a park in Beeston. Broxtowe Borough Council have said that they are aware of the large number of caravans seen at Hetley Pearson Recreation Ground, off Queen’s Road West.

The group of travellers were seen at the site from Saturday 25 June and Broxtowe Borough Council said they are aware of their location at the park. Hetley Pearson Recreation Ground is used for games of football and cricket as well as being a family park.

A spokesperson from the borough council said: “The Council is aware of an unauthorised encampment on Hetley Pearson Recreation Ground, Beeston. The legal process is underway to reclaim the site.

Read more: Large group of travellers pitch up at popular Beeston park

“If you witness any criminal activity please report this to the Police on 101 or if it is an emergency 999.” It comes after the University of Nottingham ordered a group of travellers to leave after they pitched up at their park last week (Friday, June 17).

The travellers were situated on Highfields Park in Beeston which is run by the university. The Co-op in the area reportedly had to temporarily close due to issues experienced.


Written by: thehitnetwork

Rate it

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Contact Us