Local Beat Police Officer Contacts for the Wiverton Area

Incidents and Accidents should be reported to the Police over the standard 999 Emergency number or using 101 for less urgent matters. Local Beat Officers can also be contacted on their emails below, but obviously these emails are less likely to generate any immediate or urgent response.

Wiverton Area Beat Officers (as at December 2021)

PC 3372 Caroline Voce  caroline.voce@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

PC 2640 Paul Henson  paul.henson@notts.police.uk

PCSO 6258 Phil Evans phillip.evans@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk


If you wish to report a theft or incident the usual police number to call is 101 for non-urgent matters, or 999 if a crime or incident is still in progress. Matters of concern or information with regard to potential crimes can also be reported in confidence to Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

If you need to report a problem or have a local maintenance / service question below are inks to Rushcliffe Borough Council and Nottinghamshire County Council, as they are responsible for providing most of our local services in Colston Bassett.

Amongst other services Rushcliffe can help with local Rubbish & Bin issues, Fly-tipping and with voting registration and opportunities, as well as managing oversight of Local Planning and Leisure.  You can contact them directly via www.rushcliffe.gov.uk  or 0115 981 9911 during their opening hours, or via email to customerservices@rushcliffe.gov.uk at any time.

The following problems are outside of the Parish Council’s powers and should be reported to Rushcliffe Borough Council, and you can do so online – simply click on the relevant link: 


Report dog fouling 

Report litter and dog bins 

Report litter 

Report vandalism 

Request street cleaning 


Click here if you would prefer to contact the Borough Council by other means

The County Council deal with Highway issues, potholes, recycling and schools amongst other local services. You can report issues or contact them directly on 0300 500 8080 (M-F 8am-6pm) or via https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/contact-and-complaints/contact-us 

The following problems are outside of the Parish Council’s powers and should be reported to Nottinghamshire County Council, and you can do so online if you so wish – simply click on the relevant link: 

Inconsiderate or problem parking 

Road or pavement problems 

Damaged or broken streetlight 

Tree or hedge problems 

Public rights of way problems including fences, gates and stiles 


Click here for contact details if you would prefer to contact the County Council by other means. 

To raise an issue with the Parish Council please contact any of the Parish Councillors or the Parish Clerk (Nige Mayglothling) on 01949 81549 or via info@colstonbassettparishcouncil.co.uk . Emergency local matters can also be communicated to the Clerk’s mobile 07484 282 584, but please be aware that the mobile signal in the village isn’t great, so please be prepared to leave a message as well!

Result of May 6th Local Elections & CB Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Many thanks to all who voted in the Local, PCC and Referendum votes…. as you will see the local vote in Colston Bassett was pleasingly high when measured across the pan-Bingham West percentages, so thanks to all who made the effort.

Colston Bassett Neighbourhood Plan Local Referendum

“Do you want Rushcliffe Borough Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Colston Bassett to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”

  • On this question, 119 of 192 electors voted, so a 62% turnout
  • 23 votes were cast “NO” against adopting the Colston Bassett Neighbourhood Plan (19.3%)
  • 96 votes were cast “YES” in favour of adopting the Colston Bassett Neighbourhood Plan (80.7%)

The Colston Bassett Neighbourhood Plan will thus be considered ”MADE” and will form the basis of local development guidance and control going forward.


Nottinghamshire County Council Local Election (Bingham West)

BIRCH, Edward James (REFORM UK) 100

CLARKE, Jonathan Neil (CONSERVATIVE) 1581



WILSON, Chandler Pax (GREEN PARTY) 254


13 papers were spoilt (9 were unmarked, 4 recorded votes for too many candidates).

2729 voting papers were issued out of an electorate of 6961, so a turnout of 39.2%


Neil CLARKE is thus elected as the Nottinghamshire County Councillor to represent the Bingham West Division.


Nige Mayglothling

May 2021