Carlton Play Day

Carlton Play Day is planned to take place on Saturday 3 September 2016 at the Richard Herrod Playing Fields, Carlton, Nottingham from 1pm-4pm. The event is FREE and is hosted by Gedling Borough Council and Gedling Play Forum.

You can find more information on our Carlton Play Day page.


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Carlton Play Day

A free fun filled afternoon for the under 14's to express themselves through creative and imaginative play.



Gedling Show

Richard Herrod Playing Fields, Foxhill Road, Carlton, Nottingham 11.00am to 5.00pm

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