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Saturday, December 4, 2021

Children’s care home and new car park CCTV camera amongst planning applications in Gedling...

Every week dozens of planning applications are submitted to the council – and the coronavirus pandemic has not changed that.
East Midlands Regional

‘Make alternative travel arrangements’: Borough train passengers heading to Lincoln Christmas Market warned of...

The train firm have said there will be disruption as a result of strike action being taken by members of the RMT.
Tom Randall at PMQs

PM tells Gedling Borough Council to ‘get their act together’ after failed Levelling Up...

Deputy Leader of Gedling Borough Council, Councillor Michael Payne, said: “Hard-working taxpayers in Gedling deserve better than political posturing in Prime Minister’s Questions.
Supermarket shopping

Inflation could push household spend up £1,700 a year for Gedling borough families

Experts have put the rise down to higher fuel and energy prices.
Vale Social Club

Social Club in Colwick to hold free Christmas party for pensioners

The Vale Club on Vale Road will run the Christmas party nights for the over-60s on Monday, December 13 and Wednesday, December 15.

‘It’s no real hardship is it’: How do people in Gedling borough feel about...

The government have decided to make it a legal requirement to wear a face covering in all shops and public transports unless individuals are exempt. 

New-look Arnold Market Place will rebranded as ‘The AMP’

The name is an acronym of the famous Arnold Market Place but it can also mean amplification and amphitheatre, as it will be a space used for events and entertainment.
Willow Rise Calverton

First homes go on sale at Willow Rise development in Calverton

Bellway East Midlands say they are delivering 82 new homes at the development, including 16 affordable properties for local people
Newstead home

Planning decisions expected on Woodthorpe care home proposal and new apartments at Highclere Lodge...

Councillors will have their say on plans being put forward for developments in the borough
Loan shark

Families across Gedling borough urged to avoid using loan sharks to pay for Christmas

The warning comes as research shows that Christmas is the second highest reason people borrow money from loan sharks.

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