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.
Gedling Borough Council and Gedling Play Forum are hosting a spooky arts and craft afternoon with a Halloween theme. Come along and make a bat on a stick, dress up as a bat with your own bat hat and cape, make and decorate an Owl bag, have a go at the spider games and make a spider mobile.
Booking essential as places are limited. Booking information can be found at www.gedling.gov.uk/halloween
There are plans to build over a 1000 homes on the old Gedling colliery site.
The developers are keen to find out what you think of the proposals.
Come to one of their consultation events [177kb] to find out more.
The Top Wighay Farm site has been accepted for development. We have produced a document that describes the preferred nature and form of the development and are looking for your views about this.
See our consultation page for more information and to give us your views.
To use our online bookings you need to be a Lesiure card holder.
Locals are invited to an evening of pampering, which includes two treatments, a glass of wine and nibbles, for only £7 on Thursday 8 October at St George’s Centre in Netherfield.
The play area of Salop Street Recreation Ground, Daybrook, will be closed to the public from Monday 5 October to receive a £65,000 facelift and a new design aimed at children aged 3 to 12 years.
BANE is a one-man, one-musician trilogy of comedy monologues that follows hard-boiled anti-hero Bruce Bane as he goes about his shadowy business in the city. Bane 1 was a big hit last year – here’s Bane 2!
Rhianne & Friends from the world famous Cantamus Girls Choir Present their Voices of Angels show.