Gedling Borough Council has received the award for Best Collaborative Working Initiative at the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) awards.
Gedling Borough Council is to host its first Democracy Day aimed at engaging with young people about how a council works and the importance of them taking part in future elections.
Work has started on a new public toilet block, including specialist “Changing Places” facilities at King George V Recreation Ground in Arnold.
Bonington Theatre is pleased to announce a special Hong Kong season of films and events, commencing on September 30.
Gedling Borough Council has announced the launch of the annual Pride of Gedling Awards, which celebrate the unsung heroes in our community who make a real difference.
Councillor Julie Najuk, the Mayor of Gedling, is stepping up to make a difference in the lives of those battling blood cancer and blood disorders. She is leading a charity walk on Saturday 16th September at Gedling Country Park to raise funds for the charity, Anthony Nolan.
A makers market, “digital safari”, storytelling workshops and a visit from Robin Hood and Maid Marion have been announced for Nottinghamshire Day celebrations across Arnold Town Centre.
More than 30 employers, training providers and advisors will be attending the Arnold Jobs Fair next week offering a number of job vacancies, apprenticeships, training courses, advice and other opportunities.
Gedling Borough Council has announced it has successfully applied for a grant from Nottinghamshire County Council’s Greenwood programme to fund the planting of 2,500 trees as part of the new Digby Park Green Lung development.
The Mayor of Gedling, Councillor Julie Najuk, has announced her chosen charity for her term as Mayor, selecting Anthony Nolan as her cause.
Gedling Borough Council has announced plans to construct four new industrial units at Hill Crest Park in Calverton as part of its plans to bolster the growth of local businesses.
A new 360-degree CCTV camera has been installed on Balmoral Road, Colwick, to help tackle anti-social behaviour and support the new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which is active in the surrounding area.
Five local parks including Gedling Country Park, Arnot Hill Park, Burton Road Jubilee Park, Bestwood Country Park and Breck Hill Park, joined a record number of parks and green spaces collecting a Green Flag Award
Lambley Lane Recreation Ground Play Area will soon be improved thanks to funding from FCC Communities Foundation.
Gedling Borough Council has announced further proactive measures to address the ongoing car cruising nuisance that has been affecting several wards in the area.
A couple from Arnold have been prosecuted by Gedling Borough Council at Nottingham Magistrates Court for breeding and selling dogs without a licence.
A new money saving offer has launched at The Bonington Theatre, Arnold, to help make cinema more accessible and affordable for people.
A celebration of community and diversity comes to Arnold next month with the Arnold Summer Fair, an inclusive and multicultural event featuring live music, creative workshops, performances, stalls and more.
Residents will be able to watch the ceremony for free, live on the big screen.
Gedling Borough Council has announced that its waste vehicle fleet will be using greener, biofuel instead of diesel, as part of a pioneering initiative that aims to reduce the CO2 emissions of the fleet by 90% and promote environmental sustainability.
Gedling Borough Council is establishing a Social Mobility Commission to improve life chances and opportunities for young people in the borough.
Gedling Borough Council is proud to announce that an innovative recycling scheme is now available at the Arnold, Calverton and Carlton Forum leisure centres.
A new £45,000 Holocaust memorial garden has been officially opened at Gedling Country Park. The memorial garden will commemorate the millions of people who lost their lives in the Holocaust and other genocide atrocities that followed across the world.
Spring is in the air, and it's time to get ready for the Big Spring Clean. Gedling Borough Council has announced a series of events taking place throughout the borough until Sunday 12 March.
Colwick Rectory Play Area is to reopen following six weeks of refurbishment works to improve the site and add new and inclusive facilities. The refurbishment includes a wheelchair accessible roundabout, zip wire, trampoline, a multi play unit with 17 different features, new swings and more.
Gedling Borough Council has written to over 50 schools in the borough to ask for their support to educate parents around the dangers of idling vehicles, particularly during the “school run”.
The Bonington Theatre is proud to announce a special film showing in celebration of International Women's Day.
Celebration of Netherfield's railway history with recreation of famous Loco Depot
Gedling Borough Council has completed a ‘Bath Out’ scheme to adapt older people’s bathrooms into wet rooms and enable them to live independently for longer.
A new £18,500 CCTV Camera has been installed by Gedling Borough Council at Killisick Recreation Ground as part of the council’s commitment to reduce anti-social behaviour, crime and the fear of crime.
£100k improvement works are due to start at Colwick Rectory Play Area this week.
Oak, Silver Birch, Scots Pine and other trees are being planted across Gedling Borough thanks to funding from the Local Authority Treescapes Fund (LATF)
Taxi driver found guilty and fined for failing to fulfil a booking made by a disabled person due to the presence of an assistance dog.
We're offering residents across the borough the opportunity to dispose of large waste items for free for a limited time.
Gedling Borough Council has secured funding to improve the borough using an allocation of £2.9 million through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund over the next three years.
Following a meeting of Gedling Borough Council’s Cabinet today, the Leader, Cllr John Clarke MBE, Deputy Leader Cllr Michael Payne and Cabinet Member for Growth & Regeneration, Cllr Jenny Hollingsworth released a statement
Gedling Borough Council has invested more than £89,000 to upgrade and improve CCTV cameras and equipment across the borough.
A tree trail at Digby Park, Mapperley, has officially opened as part of Gedling Borough Council’s commitment to protect and create a sustainable environment.
Gedling Borough Council will be promoting small and independent businesses across the borough as part of Small Business Saturday.
Gedling Borough Council is working with Carlton Town Football Club and local charity We R Here to end violence against women and girls by men as part of White Ribbon Day.
Gedling Borough Council has confirmed that it will be hosting a Christmas Light Switch On event and Christmas Market in Arnold Town Centre later this month.
Gedling Borough Council, Gedling Seniors Council and The Syrian Society of Nottinghamshire to hold “Food for Life” community celebration.
Colwick Rectory Play Area will soon be improved thanks to grant funding.
The shortlisted nominees for this year’s Pride of Gedling Awards have been announced.
A fitness advisor from Gedling has become a British and World Champion in amateur British powerlifting.
This autumn, the world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) returns to the Bonington Theatre in Arnold for two live performances of its First Encounters with Shakespeare production of Twelfth Night.
The £4 million flagship business development in Arnold Town Centre, has officially been completed and handed over to Gedling Borough Council.
From November, a scheme to make privately rented homes safer for tenants, which currently operates in Netherfield, will be extended to four more parts of the borough.
The awards celebrate the achievements of local residents and businesses in the community.
Senior Gedling Borough councillors have put a stop to plans to sell council-owned land near Killisick Lane.
Children’s activities, history walks and street theatre announced for Nottinghamshire Day
Gedling Borough Councillors have approved plans to create a new Portfolio Holder to support the borough’s diverse community and improve life chances.
Gedling Borough Council has formally submitted plans to improve the borough using an allocation of £2.6 million through the government’s Shared Prosperity Fund over the next three years.
Homes in Netherfield and Newstead Village are starting to benefit from free home energy upgrades, including external wall insulation and solar panels.
The bid includes a new, multi-purpose leisure centre and theatre to replace the current Arnold Leisure Centre and Bonington Theatre
Breck Hill Park makes it a fantastic five as council parks recognised with Green Flag Awards
Plans to make people safe and feel safer on the streets of Gedling borough have been given a funding boost.
Gedling Lotto has been running a special prize draw since January. The winner was chosen at random this month and we can announce that the winning organisation is Gedling Youth and Community Hub, which has won £250.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a breakfast club for Armed Forces and ex-veteran members
Residents asked to have their say on what they like or dislike about local streets, public spaces and buildings to help shape future builds and design in the borough
Plans to extend a scheme to make privately rented homes safer for people to live in are due to be discussed by councillors next week.
Work to construct the AMP at Arnold Market Place is continuing and the latest additions to the site are 51 solar panels as part of the scheme’s plans to be more sustainable
Gedling Borough Council has confirmed it will be joining the nation in celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s historic 70 year reign, by hosting a weekend of events in Gedling.
Gedling Borough Council is extending its Selective Licensing consultation
Work on a new Holocaust memorial garden is due to start in the autumn
A new £15,000 CCTV camera has been installed by Gedling Borough Council to monitor the recently redeveloped Carlton Square car park and surrounding area.
Gedling Borough Council has invested more than £15,000 to improve CCTV equipment for Arnold Town Centre.
Due to the weather warnings in place tomorrow, please do not enter our parks
A new swimming scheme has been launched to help Gedling residents aged under 16 and over 65 to be more active and enjoy swimming.
Residents are being asked for their views on a new policy that aims to increase recycling and reduce waste in the borough
Letter from Leader and Deputy Leader of the Gedling Borough Council in response to today’s (11 Jan 2022) public letter from Gedling’s Member of Parliament regarding Omicron Business Support Grants & Additional Restrictions Grants
Improvement works to the northern car park at Carlton Square have been completed including a new entrance, realigned parking layout and charging points for electric vehicles.
The Leader of Gedling Borough Council, Councillor John Clarke has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List.
Over 3,000 people are taking part in swimming lessons across Gedling Borough Council leisure centres
The AMP has been unveiled as the name for the new multi-million pound Arnold Market Place development.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a new campaign to get more people to shop in their local town centres.
A borough council by-election will be held on Thursday 6 January in the Cavendish ward following the resignation of Councillor Gary Gregory.
Gedling Borough Council announces details of Christmas events taking place across the borough
The Council is consulting on an updated Parking Provision for Residential and Non-Residential Developments: Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) between 25th October and 6th December 2021.
The Killisick Recreational Ground in Arnold has undergone a £100,000 makeover with new equipment.
Firework displays across Gedling Borough will be changing as part of a new council policy to protect vulnerable people and animals.
Nine councils and two universities unite for first-of-its-kind partnership to tackle climate crisis
Today, Gedling Country Park, Arnot Hill Park, Burton Road Jubilee Park and for the second year, Bestwood Country Park, joined a record number of parks and green spaces collecting a Green Flag Award - the international quality mark for parks and green spaces.
Gedling Borough Council has approved a new Equality and Diversity Policy following consultation with residents and local community groups.
Gedling Lotto celebrates its 1st birthday!
The Killisick Recreational Ground in Arnold will be refurbished with new equipment.
Works on the steel frame of the new building at the market have been completed ready for the next stage.
Gedling Borough Council’s summer holiday programme has been published, featuring lots of free and affordable activities, with something to suit children of all ages and abilities.
A new tree trail, complete with handcrafted wooden sculptures, will be unveiled at a special ceremony at Gedling Country Park on Thursday 15 July at 10am.
A new Covid-19 memorial woodland at Carlton Hill Recreation Ground, Carlton, officially opened on Friday 9 July following a successful fundraising campaign.
The redevelopment of Carlton Square has begun following the approval of the contractors and confirmation of a successful funding bid for £350,000 of external funding.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a consultation on its new Equality and Diversity Policy and is inviting residents to have their say.
Gedling Borough Council and campaigning body Generation Rent have launched a new project to engage with private renters in the borough.
A new, covered outdoor seating area is now open for Café 1899 customers at Gedling Country Park.
Gedling Borough Council leisure centres are now taking bookings for their indoor exercise classes that will return from Monday 17th May.
The Bonington Theatre and Cinema will be re-opening on Monday 17th May after closing in November in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The funding bid was made jointly between Gedling Borough Council and a local resident’s community group.
Work starts on multi-million pound Arnold Market redevelopment
Bonington Cinema to offer 16-25 year olds special membership scheme thanks to BFI funding
Gedling Borough Council is carrying out £55,000 worth of new flood prevention works in two council owned car parks to help prevent flash flooding causing damage to local businesses nearby on Front Street in Arnold Town Centre.
More details have been announced about how local residents can pay their respects in a covid secure way.
Gedling Borough Council is saddened to hear about the death of H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh.
Gedling Borough Council will reopen all of its leisure centres, including gyms and swimming pools from Monday 12th April
Gedling Borough Council has today announced plans for a new 10-acre commemorative woodland at Gedling Country Park.
Gedling Borough Council has teamed up with local organisations to offer a range of activities for children, young people and families over the Easter Holiday period.
Pensioners in Gedling to be offered free bulky waste collections
Gedling Borough Council has invested in the new CCTV equipment to support residents in Carlton.
Councillors have announced the creation of a new Community Orchard at Gedling Country Park. The council has installed a number of fruit and blossom trees as part of ongoing works to improve the destination country park.
The approved budget includes plans for a Green Lung, free bulky waste collections for pensioners and further investment in flood prevention.
Covid memorial stone unveiled in Arnold town centre
A children’s play area has reopened following a £100,000 revamp. Breck Hill Park in Woodthorpe has been improved thanks to funding from FCC Communities Foundation
His taxi driver licence had expired and the renewal process had not been completed.
The community testing initiative, in partnership with the Department of Health and Social Care, is launching at Carlton Forum Leisure Centre in Carlton, to help drive down transmission rates.
The Bonington Theatre and Cinema in Arnold has been awarded £66,695 by the British Film Institute (BFI) as part of the first round of funding from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund to support cultural and heritage organisations in England.
Gedling Borough Council has marked the tragic loss of 280 of its residents, due to Covid-19, by creating a heart-shaped candle vigil in their memories.
Gedling Borough Council opens one of the first COVID-19 vaccination services in Nottinghamshire.
Works to the new play area will begin on Monday 11 January and are expected to be completed in March 2021
Gedling Borough Council opens one of the first COVID-19 vaccination services in Nottinghamshire.