Summer sports scheme – latest details

Further to our recent report about the free summer sports scheme for children in Lambley and Woodborough, being organised by Gedling Borough Council, full details have now been announced. Sports activities will take place between 10am and 12pm every Thursday during August…

Lambley lamppost bites the dust (updated)

There is something slightly ironic in the fact that the lampost at the corner of Church Street and Main Street, Lambley, which has been knocked over, was carrying a warning sign: Police Notice – Community Speed Watch Area – Reduce…

Woodborough Street Market

The annual street market, held on the Governors’ Field and in the car park of the Four Bells in Woodborough, included a wide range of stalls. Despite a sharp rain shower in the morning, the market enjoyed good weather and…

Maize maze opens on 24 July

The Maize Maze at Floralands Garden Centre, Lambley, will open on Saturday 24 July 2010. Covering about 2.5 hectares (six acres), the maze this year takes a Robin Hood theme . The maze is open from 10am to 4pm Monday-Saturday,…

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…