Thousands of local residents and visitors lined the streets to support and encourage the Tour of Britain cyclists for Stage 5 of the race. September 2022 saw the third running of the race in the borough which passed through the streets of Rushcliffe before travelling north through the county … [Read more...]
Ruddington Open Gardens event successful after raising almost £4500 for charities
This event was extremely successful, raising almost £4500 for our two charities, Save the Children and Action for Children. Despite fairly unsettled weather on the Saturday (2nd July), there were a huge number of visitors over the weekend, some of whom came from as far afield as Chesterfield. … [Read more...]
Toot Hill staff member honoured at The Queen’s Garden Party
From parties in the street, pageants and flypasts, as well as worldwide television coverage, there have been a lot of celebrations to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, but its also been a time to celebrate the hard-working, dedicated people of Britain. Jill Horton, a long-serving staff member at … [Read more...]
East Leake’s Friends of Meadow Park welcomed return to normality!
The work Party on Saturday 11th June was a welcome return to 'normal' as we were able to notify the whole membership and ask if they would like to join us on the day. Over the last two and a half years due to the pandemic we have been either not operating at all or with individuals/minimum numbers. … [Read more...]
2022 marks Lady Bay Festival’s tenth year!
Saturday 16th July, 12 noon - 10.30pm, Nottingham Rugby Club 2022 marks Lady Bay Festival’s tenth year and we’re delighted to be back to the full festival offering. After an innovative virtual event during the first lockdown of 2020, last year Lady Bay Festival was one of Nottingham’s first … [Read more...]
Edwalton Primary School hold huge picnic to celebrate Queen’s 70 years’ service
Edwalton Primary School held a huge picnic in recognition of the Jubilee celebrations and the Queen’s 70 years’ service. Children sat in their class groups in the school’s playing field, with many children wearing their own hand-crafted crowns. Pupils Aimee, Ruby, Manreet and Jasmine also made an … [Read more...]
trentbarton plants trees to mark Clean Air Day
Bus operator trentbarton has funded the planting of 330 trees – one for each of its buses – in a new East Midlands woodland to mark today’s Clean Air Day 2022. And trentbarton will continue to work with local not-for-profit tree planting venture Co-Treetment to offset some of its fleet emissions as … [Read more...]
St Paul’s Community BBQ – Saturday 25th June!
The bouncy castle has been booked; ice cream flavours have been determined and we are nearly ready to welcome our wonderful community onto the grounds of St Pauls, Boundary Road. At the heart of our Community BBQ, working with companies such as ASDA, Morrisons & the Coop, we plan to celebrate … [Read more...]
Ruth Edwards brings Agriculture Minister to listen to Rushcliffe Farmers as Government announces new Food Strategy
Ruth Edwards invited Victoria Prentis MP, the Minister for Farming, Food and Fisheries to meet with farmers from across Rushcliffe last week. They discussed the Environmental Land management schemes (ELMs) which will provide opportunities for farmers to build on the important work they are already … [Read more...]
Cherry Lane Garden Centres celebrates 21 years
Value garden centre group Cherry Lane is celebrating its 21st anniversary. A month of events, activities and special treats are planned at the local garden centre in Bradmore as the business marks this milestone. Cherry Lane is also planning to give its own gift to the community, with the donation … [Read more...]
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