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Welcome to Beeston!

We are updating our business directory and welcome information about any local business that we should include or delete. We do not handle bookings for market stalls.

The Let’s Go To Beeston website with Facebook and Twitter is now managed by volunteers based at the Middle Street Resource Centre. Our prime motivation is to provide information about Beeston whilst promoting social inclusion, which encourages health and wellbeing. The area we cover is therefore not defined by postcodes or geography, but rather by this ethos.
Beeston has a vibrant town centre which is on the outskirts of Nottingham and prides itself on its mix of independent businesses as well as it’s more well-known retail outlets.  Beeston has a wealth of cultural interests and events including Oxjam, arts and community groups, voluntary organisations and a population invested in building a thriving community.  Beeston is also the nearest town to the University of Nottingham which is in walking distance.

Please use the headings above to navigate around the site, where you will find information about what is available in the area and events that are taking place. Please contact us via the Find and Contact Us tab above if you have information or suggestions for how we can improve this site.

Latest news

Children Enjoy Play Area Improvements in Beeston Rylands

£110,000 Improvements Unveiled At Leyton Crescent Local children were the first to try out the newly refurbished play area at Leyton Crescent when it was officially unveiled this week. Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, Councillor Derek Burnett BEM joined children from Beeston Rylands Youth Club and other guests at the official opening, following £110,000 […]

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Beeston Street Art Gets National Recognition

Beeston street art gets recognition in Kate Beckinsale approves father’s Beeston tribute Hollywood actress Kate Beckinsale has given her seal of approval to her father’s mural in Beeston. On Instagram she said: “To know that even four decades after his death, his hometown holds him this close is so unbelievably wonderful.” Artist Zabou spray painted […]

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Beeston Memory Café is four!

At the end of September, Beeston Memory Café celebrated its fourth birthday Back in September, Beeston Memory Café celebrated four successful years of supporting local people affected by dementia at a special carers party attended by Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, councillor Derek Burnett. As part of the celebrations, the mayor presented the café […]

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