"We enjoyed seeing all the other nominees and chatting at the table with other people. It was an enjoyable night and a good way to get to know people.
We are working with Broxtowe Youth Homelessness by selling Thunder Man t-shirts to help raise money for the charity." Mike Sassi, publisher and editor of the Nottingham Post, said the awards are a great way to recognise the efforts of the borough's selfless and talented residents.
Now our 33 finalists in 11 categories are being invited along to a glitzy awards ceremony next month, where the winners will be announced.
John Currie and James Hall of Beeston Film Festival, finalists in the Local Website of the Year category One of the lucky finalists is the Year 9 netball team at The Bramcote School, which is in the Young Achiever of the Year category.
The local MP is Anna Soubry of the Conservative Party from May 2010 and again since 2015, and the town is represented on Nottinghamshire County Council by the Conservative Party and also on Broxtowe Borough Council by Labour Party, Conservative Party and one Independent Councillor.
The town council is a mixture of Labour Party, Conservative, Liberal Democrat, Stapleford Alliance and an Independent Councillor since the election on .
Seeing as she's our MP, clearly we're a Conservative area and if she can't connect to voters, that's her lack of skills, not a problem with the people she's failed to communicate with."Dominic Price, also of Beeston, said whilst he saw her point about the working class, her attitude was "elitist."The 36-year-old said: "I expect that she is most likely factually correct that working class voters in England and Wales supported the Leave vote.
But her elitist attitude and her directing of blame towards those voters is an indictment of why they voted that way."When their elected representative doesn't appear to speak for them, they will try and find other ways to make their voices heard."Julie Holmes, 47, who was in Beeston shopping, also disagreed with the comment. The decision was made by lots of people from everywhere.It is stupid to say it."Whilst Nora Ackroyd, 71, of Beeston, added: "What a silly thing to say.I voted Remain and I'm not happy, but you can't blame it on one group."Read more: Nine pictures that sum up Nottingham's EU referendum vote And one woman who lived in the area, but did not want to be named, said: "I completely disagree, as I am a white, working class, non Labour voter, who voted remain based on the information I was given."What an utter knee jerk, Teflon coated response to failure from Soubry. Join Mingle2today and start browsing fun-seeking men and women for FREE.There are singles from all over England online waiting to meet you and chat today! Mingle2is one of the top free online dating services in England.Xander's dad Matt, who accompanied him to the bash last year, said: "He still talks about it.