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Gedling Borough Council appoints Karen Bradford as new chief executive

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A new chief executive has been appointed at Gedling Borough Council. Karen Bradford, who is currently the deputy chief executive and monitoring officer at North Kesteven District Council, will become the first female chief executive at Gedling Borough Council since it was created in 1974. She was born in Netherfield and lived in the borough for 30 years, attending Carlton Le Willows School and starting her career at Nottingham City Council. Karen was selected from a long list of 26 applicants, shortlisted down to six candidates who were all rigorously tested over the two days. Leader of Gedling Borough Council, Councillor John Clarke said:“Karen’s strong track record in local government, her range of experience and skills, along with her clear passion for Gedling as a place and communi

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