Bridge ward monthly report 52

Big issues were the occupation of the playing fields and operations against drug dealing in The Meadows.
For the country, it was more storms, which we in Nottingham haven’t suffered from, but we have got a very early Spring and we await the consequences of that.
Holocaust Memorial Day was moving, and surprisingly, a trigger for controversy.
The keys for the cricket pavilion have been handed over, but some tweaks are still required.
Bad behaviour by private landlords looks set to be the next big concern for action, whilst local press coverage has prompted intrigue over whether a new tram route will travel through the east of The Meadows.
A new express bus service to East Midlands Airport from Broadmarsh and Midland Station has begun.
The new Spring Meadow began, offering modern facilities to support the services for some of the people who need help the most.
1531 matters have been logged, from probably around 638 clients.

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