Tags : Gedling Country Park

Ladies dig deep to mark International Women’s Day in Gedling

A group of ladies from across the borough braved the cold yesterday to plant a tree in Gedling Country Park to mark International Women’s Day. Councillor Roxanne Ellis, who has been leading Gedling Borough Council’s promotion of International Women’s Day, was joined by Sarah Manton, president of Nottingham City Women’s Institute and Gedling-based members of […]Read More

Police identify body found at Gedling Country Park over weekend

Police investigating the discovery of a man’s body in Gedling Country Park over the weekend have confirmed his identity. Officers were called to the park, on Spring Lane, just after 9.20am on Saturday (27). The death is not being treated as suspicious and officers are now in the process of contacting family members. Following the […]Read More

First stage of plans for over 1,000 homes next to

A developer has submitted the first stage of its plans to build over 1,000 homes next to Gedling Country Park. Keepmoat Homes this week unveiled the plans for the first 506 properties which will be constructed on land off Arnold Lane at Chase Farm. The developer is now awaiting the green light from Gedling Borough […]Read More

Work to begin on new houses next to Gedling Country

Plans to build 150 homes on a site next to Gedling Country Park have been approved by Gedling Borough Council. The decision,which was made by the council’s planning committee, means that work on the new homes will begin in January. The Nottingham Post reports that Bloor will have provide over £800,000 towards local services and […]Read More

Vote to win funding for miner memorial park plan

A local group are appealing to the community for help in securing funding for a permanent memorial to miners who lost their lives in the area. Friends Of Gedling Country Park have announced plans to develop memorial gardens at the site in honour of the 128 men who lost their lives at the former colliery. The volunteers […]Read More

Park in plea to dog walkers

Dog walkers are being urged to keep their pets on their leads in Gedling Country Park during the bird mating season due to the appearance of two rare bird species who are using the site for ground nesting. Gedling Country Park has numerous ground nesting birds using the site, including two Red Listed (extremely endangered) species, […]Read More