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.
Delays to fix a fault at the Eastcroft incinerator plant means that some bin collections may be delayed this week. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Please check our Waste & Recycling page for updates.
Have you seen the new Bonington Theatre Brochure? It's got the full listing of all the shows and films taking place at the theatre between now and December. Download your free copy here
Residents of Gedling will have an opportunity to speak face to face with council leaders and directors as the Gedling Conversation returns to the borough from this week.
Gedling Borough Council’s plan to guide the future development of the borough, the Aligned Core Strategy, was formally adopted at its Council meeting on 10 September.
The Mayor of Gedling in 2013/14, Councillor Bob Collis presented a cheque of £15,550.38 to two homeless charities he supported during his year as Mayor, at a council meeting on Wednesday 10 August.
Come along and join in a reflective walk, tea and talk to explore the impact to World War 1 on our Gedling Village communities.
The event will start at the Woodborough war memorial for a short introduction followed by a led village and countryside walk which be around 3 miles.
Starting in September 2014!
A tap class with a difference! Get Fit whilst having fun. Play with rhythms and different music styles from around the world. Learn material from the legendary Hoofers and experiment with rhythm tap technique to develop your own style.
So why not come along to a taster class on Wednesday 10 September - and if this for you regular
classes start on Wednesday 17 September at the Pondshill Lane Community Centre, Pondshill Lane, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 8DR