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Rishi Sunak calls summer general election for July 4

The announcement comes after days of rumours around when the next election would take place.

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Gedling Borough Council identifies sites it won’t mow throughout this year to help the bees

Gedling Borough Council said it had identified a number of sites around the borough where it can encourage the growth of wildflowers, weeds and grasslands

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MATCH REPORT: Nottingham Outlaws 40 – 20 Oxford Cavaliers

The Outlaws came out on top with a 40 - 20 win.

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Looking Back

How every Wetherspoons pub in Gedling borough got their names and the stories behind them

The budget pub chain has a reputation of renovating old buildings, and these are the stories the buildings hold.

The dry ski slope in Carlton that was loved by tea-tray sledgers and became a popular venue for birthday parties

The slope peaked in popularity during the 70s and 80s and was heavily used during snowy weather

LOOKING BACK: Councillors feared creating elderly ‘ghetto’ with new block of flats in Carlton

The claim was made by two councillors at a meeting of the urban authority's Housing Committee during discussions on the proposed flats at Walton Crescent

LOOKING BACK: Wonderful memories as we open up our photo archives again

From charity days to community occasions, if there was an event going on, Gedling Eye was there to share the moment. Do you remember these, or recognise someone in these photos from our archive?

LOOKING BACK: Wonderful memories as we open up our photo archives again

From charity days to community occasions, if there was an event going on, Gedling Eye was there to share the moment. Do you remember these, or recognise someone in these photos from our archive?

LOOKING BACK: Carlton woman made house plea to council after claiming to be ‘unable to conceive’ in high-rise flat

The Sun reported on July 23, 1971, that the 26-year-old woman had asked the urban council at Cariton to rehouse her and her husband as she had become infertile.

Seaside train trip ended in tragedy for daughter of wealthy Stoke Bardolph farmer

Historian Bob Massey shares a story about a tragic trip to the seaside back in 1857.

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Gedling’s kettlebell beginners get the opportunity to compete and learn from Nottinghamshire’s only Kettlebell Sport Coach and world champion

Grassroots Kettlebell competition on Sunday May 19 at the Scout Hall, St James Church, Marshall Hill Drive, Mapperley.

Eligible Gedling residents to receive ongoing financial support this summer

The fifth round of the Government’s Household Support Fund...

PLANNING APPROVED: Care facility for people with mental health conditions and learning disabilities to be built in Daybrook

A care facility for people living with mental health conditions and learning disabilities will be built next to a dual carriageway in Daybrook.

PLANNING APPROVED: New Mapperley dental practice given the green light by Gedling planners

The planning application proposed to modernise the building for use as a dental practice

Newstead Abbey, Bestwood Country Park and Papplewick Pumping Station included in new art trail

A new arts trail connecting six locations across Nottinghamshire encourages communities and visitors to take the ‘time to connect’ with heritage and nature in their local surroundings.

Local Triathlon clubs come together to raise awareness for Sam Perkins Stand Against MND Charity

The Outlaw Half consisting of a 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile cycle and 13.1 mile run returns to Nottinghamshire on May 19 and local triathlon clubs have come together to raise awareness for Sam Perkins Stand Against MND Charity by cycling the Outlaw Half Nottingham bike course.

Food Reviews

Food review: The Gedling Inn – Good food, good service and good value for money

An unplanned trip to The Gedling Inn was well worth the visit.

Food review: The Nags Head – a little gem in beautiful Woodborough

We really enjoyed our recent visit to The Nags Head in Woodborough

We tried Cleo’s deli at Arnold’s AMP to see if it was ‘worth the hype’

The lunch spot attracts lots of regulars with many customers sharing their love for the deli on social media.

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