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Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Colwick park and ride ‘saved’ as cash-strapped council reveals outcome of transport consultation

The immediate future of the park and ride at Colwick appears to have been secured after Nottingham City Council revealed the outcome of a consultation

Blow to hard-pressed Gedling borough residents with council tax bills expected to rise this April

Budget papers say Gedling Borough Council expects to continue increasing council tax at the maximum threshold for the next few years

BARGAIN OF THE YEAR: Carlton Male Voice Choir offer an evening’s entertainment for £1

With an estimated 100 performers on stage, it works out at around 1 penny per singer.  Where else could such excellent value for money be had in 2024?
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Colwick park and ride ‘saved’ as cash-strapped council reveals outcome of transport consultation

The immediate future of the park and ride at Colwick appears to have been secured after Nottingham City Council revealed the outcome of a consultation

Blow to hard-pressed Gedling borough residents with council tax bills expected to rise this April

Budget papers say Gedling Borough Council expects to continue increasing council tax at the maximum threshold for the next few years

BARGAIN OF THE YEAR: Carlton Male Voice Choir offer an evening’s entertainment for £1

With an estimated 100 performers on stage, it works out at around 1 penny per singer.  Where else could such excellent value for money be had in 2024?

Mapperley drink-drive suspect due in court after crashing into parked cars

A 26-year-old was bailed and is due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on March 5

VIDEO: Shoplifter chased out of store and detained in car park by off-duty police officer

Liam Clarke, of Hodgkinson Street, Netherfield, was later charged and put before the courts.

The planned roadworks and road changes in Gedling borough

The roadworks and road changes include things such as speed alterations, repair works and changing the layout of the roads. 

Match Report: West Bridgford 36 – 24 Paviors

This weekend Pavs made the short trip over to West Bridgford RFC in round 18 of the Midlands 2 North Competition.

Notts to get £1.5m government cash for tackling anti-social behaviour

Each force across the county is to receive funding to deploy uniformed patrols in “hotspot” areas each year.

Cost of living: Aldi lowers cost of fruit and veg and Morrisons price matches discount retailers on more than 200 products

Each week we'll be helping people in the borough balance their budgets by bringing together stories from across the local retail world that will help shoppers save cash

ROMANTIC GESTURE: Protest group hold Valentine’s party to show they are passionate about highlighting Gedling’s pothole problem

Members of the Gedling Borough Potholes social media group held a Valentine's party on Saturday and invited the community to come along and show their passion for potholes.

Match Report: Arnold Town 2 – 3 South Normanton Ath.

Arnold kept up the pressure right to the end but sadly the equaliser just wouldn't come on a day when the Eagles had more than matched their promotion chasing visitors

DECISION MADE: See the latest Gedling borough planning applications to have been decided – w/e 16/2/24

Here is a round-up of the latest plans that the council’s planning officers have now decided 

DARTS: Admiral Rodney and CWMC move within two of the leaders as Gedling Club draw for fourth time this season

The league title looks destined to lie between current champions The Gedling Club, CWMC and The Admiral Rodney

See the latest Gedling borough planning applications – w/e 16/2/24

Here is a round-up of the latest plans that the council’s planning officers will now decide. 

Pilot scheme aimed at tackling recycling bin contamination in Gedling borough now underway

The pilot will take place in Mapperley, Lambley and Burton Joyce and has been launched by Gedling Borough Council in a bid to reduce the amount of recyclable materials going to the incinerator

Calverton kids declare war on waste during community litter pick

Local litter pickers took to the local parks and streets on Tuesday (14) to carry out a spring clean of their village.

PLANNING REFUSED: Application to build a new dwelling at Long Meadow Farm in Woodborough refused by Gedling planners.

Numerous objections were received from Woodborough Parish Council, Nottinghamshire County Council and neighbours

Gedling borough’s latest petrol and diesel prices – and where’s the cheapest to fill up

The hunt for Gedling borough's cheapest petrol and diesel prices continues.

The Vibe – your guide to what’s going on in Gedling borough (16 February – 22 February)

Never miss a thing in Gedling borough ever again. From theatre to film, live music to art exhibitions, The Vibe is the only guide you need to know what's on and what's happening across the borough...

Rail strikes to continue until August 2024 as East Midlands Railways train drivers vote to continue with walkouts

Unions involved in disputes have to re-ballot their members every six months to continue with industrial action.

Asda in Arnold launches mega sale weekend with ‘excellent’ extendable clothes airer costing just for £8

Asda is launching its second mega sales weekend at its store in Arnold and is offering customers the chance to save 50% or more on four products.

Shoppers share ideas on ways to breathe life into Carlton Square shopping centre

The shopping centre has seen a sharp decline in footfall since major retailers abandoned the site

Planning: External revamp for The Vale in Woodthorpe approved by Gedling borough planners

The planning application received by Gedling Borough Council for external improvements at The Vale, 780 Mansfield Road, NG5 3GG has been approved.

Black and Green Charity ball in aid of the Nottingham Hospitals Breast Institute returns to Woodborough Hall.

The Black and Green Charity ball was set up in 2018 when a group of friends set up the charity to fundraise for the Nottingham Hospitals Breast Institute

Female drivers across Gedling borough urged to Think Pink for career move

Rosie May Foundation’s Think Pink campaign has partnered with DG Cars and Western Cars to increase the number of women taxi drivers in the area
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