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For a limited period we're offering FREE bulky waste collections. Go to our Bulky Waste page and fill out the online form to get a free collection between 18 January and 26 February. 

Derby and Nottinghamshire unveil Devolution Deal

The benefits of a devolution of local authority power from Government to Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire have been set out in a document sent to Greg Clark MP and George Osborne MP. You can view the Devolution Deal [5,080kb] on our webpage. The deal includes details about 55,000 new jobs, 77,000 extra homes and a 30-year investment fund. 

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Funding available to celebrate International Women’s Day in Gedling

Local councillors are encouraging community and voluntary groups to mark International Women’s Day (IWD) by hosting local events.

Takeaway owner to be sentenced after pleading guilty to four food hygiene offences

A takeaway owner who repeatedly failed food hygiene inspections has pleaded guilty in court to failing to comply with EU regulations.

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Still Singing Up a Storm

Probably the finest and funniest purveyors of sea shanties in Europe, this group never fails to entertain.

Kimber's Men are a group of singers and musicians whose shows are full of humour, stories, music and toe- tapping songs, performed with wonderful a Capella harmonies or accompaniment on guitars, whistles, bandolin and Border bagpipes.

The Group possess a wide vocal range, John Bromley being one of the finest bass singers on the British folk scene and the group’s founder member, Joe Stead, having performed with legendary American singer, Pete Seeger, who wrote such classics as ‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone?’ and ‘If I Had A Hammer’.



Chinese Dragons and Lanterns – Year of the Monkey

Gedling Play Forum and Gedling Borough Council present an arts and craft afternoon with a Chinese New Year theme.  Come and make your own Lantern, join in with various Chinese New Year inspired arts and crafts, including making bouncy dragons, watch the traditional Lion Dance and listen to Chinese stories during the afternoon.

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