Calendar

May
28
Thu
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 28 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
May 28 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

May
29
Fri
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 29 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

May
30
Sat
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 30 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

May
31
Sun
Ruddfest – Ruddington Beer & Cider Festival 2020 – POSTPONED @ Ruddfest Marquee & around Ruddington
May 31 @ 12:00 pm

This event usually takes place every year following the last bank holiday in May. The four day “Ruddfest 2020” offers over 200 beers and ciders throughout Ruddington plus live entertainment and lots of food and other drinks choices.


However organisers have had to postpone the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic now taking hold in the UK.


It’s centred around a dedicated beer marquee, stalls and attractions on The Green hosted by The Three Crowns, but also at The White Horse on Church Street, The Victoria Tavern on Wilford Road and The Frame Breakers on High Street. The Bottle Top on High Street will again become a micro bar during these four days.

Amended details will be added here if the festival is rescheduled.

Hopefully we’ll have new dates for your diary soon – to have a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 (except Sunday) or Green 10 buses – as you won’t wish to be driving!

Jun
4
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jun 4 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jun
11
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jun 11 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jun
18
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jun 18 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jun
25
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jun 25 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jul
2
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jul 2 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jul
9
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jul 9 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jul
16
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jul 16 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jul
23
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jul 23 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Jul
30
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Jul 30 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Aug
6
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Aug 6 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Aug
13
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Aug 13 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Aug
20
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Aug 20 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Aug
27
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Aug 27 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Sep
3
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Sep 3 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Sep
10
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Sep 10 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Sep
17
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Sep 17 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Sep
24
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Sep 24 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Oct
1
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Oct 1 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Oct
8
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Oct 8 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Oct
15
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Oct 15 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Oct
22
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Oct 22 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Oct
29
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Oct 29 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Nov
5
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Nov 5 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.

Nov
8
Sun
Remembrance Day Services @ War Memorial & St Peter's Church
Nov 8 @ 10:45 am – 11:30 am

On the Sunday nearest to Armistice Day, the uniformed groups in the village parade from The Green to the War Memorial, led by the Boys Brigade Band. A short service is held at the War Memorial, which is followed by a full service at St Peter’s Church.

Church Street will be closed between approximately 10.00am and 11.30am, which will affect NCT’s Green 10C bus. The Ruddington Green, Chapel Street and Church Street stops will not be served so please use alternative stops on Kirk Lane or Easthorpe Street instead.

The actual anniversary is also observed at the War Memorial on Church Street at 11.00am on the 11th November each year, in the form of a 2 minute silence by members of the Ruddington & District Branch of the Royal British Legion.

Nov
11
Wed
Armistice Day Two Minute Silence @ Ruddington War Memorial
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am

The anniversary is observed at the War Memorial on Church Street at 11.00am on the 11th November each year, in the form of a 2 minute silence by members of the Ruddington & District Branch of the Royal British Legion.

Service of Remembrance
On the Sunday nearest to Armistice Day, the uniformed groups in the village parade from The Green to the War Memorial, led by the Boys Brigade Band. A short service is held at the War Memorial, which is followed by a full service at St Peter’s Church.

Nov
12
Thu
Clap For Our Carers in Ruddington @ Ruddington Village
Nov 12 @ 8:00 pm – 8:02 pm

Each Thursday evening at 8pm, whilst the lockdown continues, everyone in Ruddington is invited to join millions of others up and down the country to stand in doorways, on balconies or at windows, to applaud the key workers fighting at the frontline of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

It’s an idea kickstarted in the UK on March 26th by Dutch Londoner Annemarie Plas – after seeing it happen in other countries – and the applause in our village has been getting louder week by week.

‘Clap For Our Carers’ includes Nottinghamshire’s NHS workers, other care providers, pharmacists, essential shop workers, supermarket staff – even Rushcliffe’s refuse collectors – who are selflessly continuing to serve us whilst putting themselves at risk of catching the disease.

You’re invited to join with other residents, at a safe ‘social distance’, to let these workers hear how much they are appreciated, with two minutes of applause from your home – and maybe also with pans, hooters or rattles to make some noise!

Thank you, Ruddington.