Woodborough and Lowdham through to best kept village finals

  Woodborough and Lowdham have secured places in the final judging for the 2010 Nottinghamshire Best Kept Village competition. Woodborough competes in the medium-sized category for villages of 700-2000 population, while Lowdham is in the larger 2000+ category. Woodborough has…

Free summer sports for local kids

Children in Lambley and Woodborough are being offered free sports activity sessions during the summer holidays, courtesy of Gedling Borough Council. The Community Development Team at the council says it will provide designated sports coaches, all CRB checked of course, for…

Dumbles bridge closed for repair

The bridge carrying the footpath over Lambley Dumbles has been closed for urgent repair work. The emergency closure by Nottinghamshire County Council dated 1 July 2010 states that the council is exercising its powers to close the public right of…

Lambley fete cash take rises

It is becoming something of a tradition for Lambley’s village fete to encounter blustery weather, and the 2010 event proved no exception. This year’s fair saw winds that were strong enough to keep the birds on the ground, but weak…

Apple Day goes fourth

Returning for a fourth nibble, Lowdham’s Apple Day Sunday will be held on 17 October 2010 in the village hall. Once again over 100 different varieties of apples and pears will form the core of the display. Lowdham Horticultural Society…

Farm Boy comes to Lambley

Farm Boy is a compelling family production being presented as part of the Lambley Arts Festival. Telling the moving story of the changing nature of the landscape and agriculture in the English countryside through the tales of a grandfather to…