About Rushcliffe Business Partnership
Welcome to the Rushcliffe Business Partnership – connecting local business people, the local authority and other agencies to help businesses in the area grow and prosper.
We can help you if you are looking to meet new contacts, develop new clients, source new suppliers or simply want to find out more about business opportunities in the area.
More Information About Rushcliffe Business Partnership
Inaugural food fair on its way
A smorgasbord of fine food from quality culinary suppliers across Rushcliffe will be on show at the borough's first ever food and drink festival later this summer.
And organisers are appealing for Rushcliffe-based businesses to demonstrate and display their mouth-watering menus of food delights on the day.A Taste of Rushcliffe
takes place on Saturday 5 July on Central Avenue, West Bridgford, to celebrate local growers and makers and highlight many of Rushcliffe's fine restaurants, cafes and independent food traders.
There will be a bustling market plus cookery demonstrations, healthy eating advice and cook-a-long workshops.
Local food businesses can take part by emailing
or phoning 0115 914 8334.
On the same day and location, the third YouNG market will take place giving visitors to the event the chance to buy goods from local young entrepreneurs.
Free breakfast, networking and business information
Rushcliffe Business Partnership is holding a special meeting on Friday 6 June for businesses to make new contacts and find out about opportunities for growth around Cotgrave.
The not-to-be-missed get-together at Nottinghamshire Golf and Country Club, Stragglethorpe, NG12 3HB, takes place from 7.30am to 9.30am – with a free breakfast and a free event before starting your day. What's not to like!
Barratt Developments PLC, which will be building 450 new homes and land for businesses, will outline possibilities for new business premises and new chances for growth. This is a key site that we are confident will open up many new business opportunities along the A46 corridor.
If you are looking for new premises or to make new contacts, please visit the Eventbrite page
Public consultation on school sports facilities for the community
Rushcliffe School has plans to redevelop its all-weather sports facilities using the latest multi-sport surfaces and a possible new sports pavilion - and make them available for community use.
The school became an Academy in 2012 and inherited an all-weather hockey pitch and five-a-side football pitch which were not of adequate quality for use by local sports clubs. The proposed new pitches have the potential to be of benefit to the school and also to the local community and local sports clubs.
The school would welcome the views of neighbours, local sports clubs, other schools and potential partner organisations which may wish to be involved in this venture. A spokesperson for the school said: "We previously consulted regarding this proposal in May 2013 but our plans have advanced a little so it is appropriate to re-launch the consultation."
The consultation will take place between 5pm and 8.30pm on Friday 4 April in the Eatz dining hall at the school.