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.
Our new DNA Health scheme is a 12 week programme of activities for people who are physically inactive and have a health condition. The scheme provides an excellent opportunity to try different types of physical activity to improve long term health, in a safe environment led by qualified instructors.
See the DNA Health webpage for full details.
We've joined the the Safe Places Scheme - providing space where vulnerable people can go when they are in distress.
Staff from the council’s leisure and customer services department will be able to offer support to individuals who need help to either contact their family or, if a crime is suspected, the emergency services.
For more information about the scheme see the Nottingham Mencap website.
Enjoy Gedling Village family gala this Saturday 4 July at Willows Park, Willows Lane, Gedling. Children's events, stalls and music. Family entertainment for all!
Full information at www.gedling-gala.org.uk
To use our online bookings you need to be a Lesiure card holder.
A health programme for people with medical conditions is to be launched at four council leisure centres.
A revamped sensory garden for the blind will be opened by the Mayor of Gedling this week thanks to volunteers from local businesses in Carlton.
The Nottingham Building Society, Gedling Borough Council and The Blind Society, with the help from donations from local businesses, have been working together to restore a garden for the blind in Carlton Hill which will be unveiled on Friday 26 June by the Mayor of Gedling.