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 new £1.6 million Gedling Country Park opens officially today!
The fun starts at 10.30am and will be officially opened at 11am by the Leader of Gedling Borough Council, John Clarke.
There will be lots of free events and entertainment on the park between 10.30am and 3pm, including arts and crafts, nature discovery, sports activities and heritage trails, musical entertainment and refreshments.
Full details of what's on and how to get there are on the Gedling Country Park pages.
We've launched the Repair and Renew Grant (RRG) to help local businesses affected by flooding 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2014.
For full details of the support you can get, who is eligible and how to apply see our Flood Support page.
To use our online bookings you need to be a Lesiure card holder.
Work to transform former Daybrook public house, The Grove into affordable housing starts this week.
The site on Mansfield Road is set to become 20 new homes in a mixture of one and two bed flats and a semi-detached property. The council’s development partner on this project is Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA).
Gedling Borough Council is pledging its support for women who choose to breastfeed at an event committing to become a breastfeeding friendly borough.
An event takes place on Wednesday 25 March between 10am and 12pm in Eagle Square, outside Wilkinsons in Arnold, which marks the council’s commitment to encourage breastfeeding.
Nottingham Organ Society presents
Basil Hodge (piano) Tony Kofi (saxes) Quentin Collins (trumpet) Mark Lewandowski (bass) Rod Youngs (drums)