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 spring edition of Contacts is here with important information about:
The first Pride of Gedling Awards was a fantastic event, showcasing some of the best people in the area.
Congratulations to all the winners - Freda Ingall, Jayne Pannell, Baileys Food Market, Gedling Play Forum, Nick Shadlow, Julie Malone and Gill Radnell.
For full details see the Pride of Gedling page.
We have a range of practical, healthy and fun activities you can get involved with. As well as helping to keep your park in a great condition you'll also meet new people, get plenty of exercise and fresh air and have fun! See the full list of opportunities on our Volunteering in our parks page.
To use our online bookings you need to be a Lesiure card holder.
Gedling Borough Councillors last night (Tuesday 3 March) voted unanimously to agree a budget for the 2015/16 financial year that includes a freeze on council tax and investing a further £320,000 into a local economic development fund which aims to create jobs and boost the local economy.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, on Saturday 7 March, Gedling Borough Council is inviting women from around the borough to attend a free drop in event at the Civic Centre in Arnold.
Re-creating the sounds of the late fifties and sixties, Revival are a group of six musicians who have been performing now for 25 years. Locally based, they have entertained audiences across the country and have helped to raise many thousands of pounds for charity.
presented by Red Dragonfly Productions