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Welcome to Beeston!

July 2019: We are engaged in getting the site back up to date. We have added a new Events Listing:- if you are organising a local event, please add it. The business directory is next:- we 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.

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A Star is Born- Reel Outdoors Cinema

Spend an evening with friends watching a film outdoors in the beautiful summer time. Settle down and view a blockbuster on the big screen as the sun sets over Beeston. Award winning, A Star is Born, is the third remake of the classic story of a struggling musician who discovers a raw talent in a young girl and ends up falling in love. Starring Bradley Cooper and Lady GaGa. (Rating 15) Film starts at 7.30pm and gates open at 6.30pm. Food and drinks are available to buy on site. Free Parking on site.

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Broxtowe Youth Homelessness Food Parcel Challenge

Could you live on basic food rations for a week? The challenge (from Sept 13th to 19th) is encouraging people to get sponsored to make all their meals out of the basic supplies that come in an emergency food parcel, and raise money and awareness for Broxtowe Youth Homelessness at the same time. The charity is based in Stapleford but covers the whole of Broxtowe borough and beyond. In the past few years demand for our support has doubled, with over 300 young people receiving our help. More details are on our website. http://broxtoweyouthhomeless.org.uk/food-parcel-challenge/ We'd love Beeston businesses to sign up for the challenge and show their support. You can get involved by emailing enquiries@broxtoweyouthhomeless.org The challenge will take place from Friday September 13th to Thursday September 19th, with a final celebration/thank you event for all those who took part at Middle Street Resource Centre, Beeston, from 6pm to 8pm on Friday September 20th.

Read more about Broxtowe Youth Homelessness Food Parcel Challenge