Set in the beautiful borough of Gedling, home to almost 112,000 people and covering an area of 46.3 sq. miles, sits Gedling Borough Council.
The Christmas and New Year period means changes to:
We've collected all the changes in one place at www.gedling.gov.uk/christmas.
Nominations are now open for these Awards which recognise and celebrate the outstanding work of people living in the borough, especially those who make a positive contribution to our communities.
Nominate your unsung heroes before 8 January.
The Winter edition includes details about the Peter Pan pantomine show taking place at The Bonington Theatre, our Pride of Gedling Awards, an update on the Country Park and lots more about what's happening around the borough. Download your copy here: Contacts 36 [5,543kb]
Arnold Leisure Centre and the Bonington Theatre will be open as normal during the seven months that Arnold library is closed for refurbishments.
The Environment Agency and Nottingham City Council, supported by Gedling Borough Council have successfully bid for £30,000 in funding to investigate flood risks in the borough.
The 1884 twin James Watt Beam Engines are in full steam this weekend, along with the Galloways Boiler, the Robey Winding Engine, miniature working steam engines and passenger carrying railway, landscaped gardens and woodland play area, picnic area, café and gift shop
Calling local volunteers