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 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 want to be the best place to live and work and the best Council around - best through the eyes of residents and staff.
You can see the latest stats that measure how well we are doing to achieve this vision on our performance page.
If you’ve got large items like an old sofa, table or TV to get rid of we can help. For a limited period only we’re offering free collection of up to three bulky items per household.
For more information and to book your collection see our bulky waste page.
To use our online bookings you need to be a Lesiure card holder.
Arnold Work Club has a temporary new home, whilst refurbishment work is carried out to its regular base.
Nottinghamshire County Council is further underlining its commitment to libraries with a £300,000 investment in Arnold Library.
The library, in Front Street, Arnold, will reopen in the summer of 2015, with customers set to benefit from a range of improvements including solar roof panels, new windows, heating and ventilation, new shelving and an enhanced children’s library.
Three young people's theatre groups present an evening of new work.
During a family visit to Blackpool, in 1969 (at the age of five), he overheard the Wurlitzer organ being played in the famous Tower Ballroom by none other than Reginald Dixon. Upon hearing the sound of this unique organ, Nick was smitten.