We have produced a parish plan and a parish design statement; we deliver our regular newsletter to every resident, and of course have this new and improved web site which we hope you enjoy! Ours is a forward thinking active council, putting Trowell first!
Nottingham Trent University is only 10 miles away, making this hotel perfect for those visiting current students and Donington Park Racetrack, 11 miles away, offers exciting days out for adrenaline junkies. Sherwood Forest, only13 miles away and easily reached from Nottingham Trowell M1, is part of a 450 acre country park which forms part of the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve and is famously associated with the legend of Robin Hood.
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If you’re staying in one of our Travelodge hotels without a restaurant, then grab one of our handy grab and go breakfasts.
Trowell is a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire, England. It lies a few miles west of Nottingham, in the borough of Broxtowe on the border with Derbyshire. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 2,568, falling to 2,378 at the 2011 census.
This Sunday 25th Sep 2016, the Awsworth services are: am; Joint Family Service in St Peters. pm; Messy Church in St Peters. eve; None in St Peters.
This hotel is located near to a Moto Motorway services with facilities that may include Sky/BT Sports, a kids play area and electric car charging. Enjoy 20% off selected food and drink with your Travelodge key card. Outlets, where applicable, include: Burger King, Greggs, The Eat and Drink co, Harvester, WHSmiths and Arlo’s. Ask our hotel team for more information. Visit http://moto-way.com/
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In 2016, the redundant units added to the front of the southbound services were used to create one of few indoor West Cornwall Pasty Company units.
Restaurants: Burger King, Costa, Eat & Drink Co., Greggs, Costa Express, Krispy Kreme southbound only: West Cornwall Pasty Co. Shops: Fone Bitz, M&S Simply Food, WHSmith, Top Gift Main Amenities: Ecotricity Electric Vehicle Charging Point, Full Hou$e, Lucky Coin, Picnic Tables, Showers, Multi Faith Room Motel: Travelodgebook Forecourt: BP, Shop, Costa Express, Krispy Kreme, Air1 AdBluenorthbound only: Greggssouthbound only: Costa
WiFi is available throughout our hotels allowing you to stay in touch when you are away from home, whether you want to search the web, email or get some work done. WiFi is free for 30 mins per 24 hour period. Alternatively 24 hour access is available for £3.00. Add to your online booking or purchase at hotel via our WiFi log in page using a credit/debit card.
We now also have another web site devoted to the Major Refurbishment of St Helens church. See Below:
Trowell Services M1 is a 4 burger rated service area.
Walkers of Trowell, the complete anglers store, is situated in the heart of England, between Nottingham and Derby. Our shop was established in 1971 and we have justifiably built up a reputation for quality service, reliability and honesty.
Prices are paid using PayByPhone - more details. The location code is 2471 (northbound) and 2472 (southbound).
We are not in the business of maintaining a monument to the past.
Bids to operate the services opened six months late and included entries from Regent Oil, Top Rank and Mecca Leisure. Rank wanted a bridge-design with the views looking away from the motorway.
We pray that we will continue to grow as churches within the vision granted us together...
On completion of the project, the building will have a modern discreet economical heating system, a level insulated floor right through to the altar rail giving full disabled access, a creche area, chairs instead of pews thus making the nave and chancel space adaptable, cleaned up and restored historical features, improved lighting and a permanently installed A/V system with loop facility for hearing aid users.
Our hotel provides somewhere to stay with easy access in and out of the city and offers access to the wider Nottinghamshire area. Conveniently located only 7 miles from the town centre, this hotel is close to strong transport links that connect to nearby towns and cities.
Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.
In 2006, Holiday Which? gave Trowell a rock-bottom 1/5 in their survey. It didn't come last though, Cullompton on the M5 did.
Trowell Parish Council serves a village of approximately three thousand residents. It is situated on the Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire border and lies within the Borough of Broxtowe in the County of Nottinghamshire in England.
Late check out until 2pm (normally 12pm). For just £10, make your stay more flexible with the option to relax for a bit longer in your room. We now offer this service at most of our hotels for an additional charge subject to availability. Add to your online booking, or call the hotel for further information.
Proverb(kjv): chapt 21, v22: A wise man scales the city of the mighty, and brings down the strength of its confidence. Provided from Trowell Church - Info
The present system, installed in about 1900, even with its later (35 year old) gas boiler, can never achieve severe winter performance even after five or six hours operation. It is known that the old pipes and radiators will soon start to give serious trouble. There is clear evidence of advanced corrosion which could at any time lead to serious water damage in the building.
You will find all the important news for local Christians here. Just use the links on the left and below to find the information you want.
Limited free parking is available at this hotel on a first come first served basis.
In May 2012 and August 2011, Visit England rated the services as 3 stars.
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The nave floor is of stone slabs with a herring-bone ceramic block pattern in the pew areas. Some blocks have become broken and loose or are missing, forming a trip hazard. It is not possible to replace them, so a filler compound has been used. Wood runners in the floor have some beetle infestation.
St. Helen's church Trowell has a history record as far back as AD801 when permission was given to build a wooden church on the site. In 1180 the present chancel was built in stone and would have been the whole church. The nave, aisles, raised clerestory and tower were added in stages much later. Since 1180 there has never been a gap of more than 150 years without some major alteration or addition in response to the contemporary requirements of the day.
When it opened, operators Mecca Leisure insisted that visitors thought of it not as a service area but as a "village". The site was entirely themed around Robin Hood. This was all removed when Granada took over. Much of the specialised stock had caused Mecca Leisure trouble as they were not approved for sale on motorways at the time.
As a safety trial, Mecca trialled a car wash here, but Granada removed it.
In 2005 and again in 2006, the services won a five-star loo award.
to the web pages for the benefice (group of churches) of: St. Helen's Church at Trowell, St. Catherine's Church at Cossall and St. Peters Church at Awsworth.
We have moved forward as a council, our motto is “Independence and Self Help”. We aim to serve all of our residents to the best of our ability, to communicate with them, to listen to them, and to act in their best interests. Residents are encouraged to attend our ‘open forums’, which are held before every full council meeting. We also arrange special meetings whenever they are required.
Use with care. Outdated surveys have been included for interest only.
Between those two significant dates we have not stood still! The village has expanded in terms of houses. We have a parish hall and a church hall, where residents can enjoy a variety of activities.