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 Mayor is hosting a special 1940’s themed event to raise money for charity on Friday 21 November at The Drill Hall, Cavendish Avenue, Carlton. The evening includes food and live music from the Ricky Hunter Big Swing Band. Tickets are £12 and available from members’ services.
More information can be found on our what's on page: A Night to Remember
Details of all the light switch and Christmas events taking place around the borough can be found here.
To achieve this vision, we have agreed priorities and made plans that we aim to deliver through our own work and that of our partners.
You can see how we are doing on our Performance page.
A Christmas Toy and Tin appeal has been launched by the Mayor of Gedling, Councillor Jenny Hollingsworth. The appeal, launched this week and ending on Friday 12 December, is looking for any new toys or toys in good working order, for children up to 14 years old, and tinned food.
Gedling Borough Council is now working with the Arches Project, a Nottingham based charity that supplies recycled furniture, clothing, bedding, child/baby equipment and other household items, free of charge, to people in need who are referred to them.