Lowdham Show attracts record entries

The Lowdham Horticultural Society‘s annual show was held on 30 August, attracting a record attendance of 2200 visitors in bright, sunny weather. A total of 661 entries – roughly half from the village and half from the wider local area –…

Gedling opens services survey

Gedling Borough Council, whose territory includes Lambley and Woodborough, has begun surveying residents about which services should be protected from forthcoming budget cuts. The latest edition of Gedling Contacts magazine includes a questionnaire giving residents the chance to say what are the most important…

Lowdham gains late-night bus service

Nottingham City Transport has added a night bus service from the city centre to Burton Joyce, Lowdham, and Southwell following a successful online campaign. The N100 service begins operation this week with departures at midnight, 01:15, and 02:30, on Friday and…

Entries open for Lambley Directory

The Parish Plan Steering Group of Lambley Parish Council is compiling a new village directory, and is inviting organisations and businesses to submit their entries. The directory, to be published in late 2010, will be A5 format and distributed free…

Woodborough triumphs in 2010 best kept village competition

Woodborough has regained its crown as one of the best kept villages in Nottinghamshire, with the announcement today of its success in the Campaign to Protect Rural England’s (CPRE) annual competition. It saw off the other finalists – runner-up East Bridgford,…

Dumbles bridge rebuilt, re-opened

North Lambley is no longer cut off from south Lambley, thanks to the re-opening of the footbridge over the village’s Bottom Dumble. We exclusively reported earlier this month that the bridge had been closed for emergency repairs, requiring dog walkers…