Who’s Open Again in Ruddington?

This week sees another milestone in the UK Government’s easing of COVID-19 Coronavirus restrictions – with non-essential shops added to the list of businesses allowed to reopen, provided they can implement stringent new hygiene and 2 metre ‘social distancing’ requirements to protect customers and staff. Of course, as we’ve been reporting over almost three months via our regularly updated RUDDINGTON.info COVID-19 Traders checklist, many of our ‘essential’ village shops have done residents proud by managing to remain open and trade safely right through the pandemic – including our Co-op and Sainsbury’s supermarkets,…

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Village Traders Open During COVID-19

A to Z of RUDDINGTON SHOPS, BUSINESSES & FACILITIES STILL OPEN TO SERVE YOU* Amanda Findlay Eyecare, Charles Street | Tel: 0115 921 2992 Our village optician is available for essential, emergency eye care and spectacle repairs only Please leave Amanda a message on the number above to arrange an appointment or send an email   Black Cat Café, High St | Email: meow@theblackcatcafe.co.uk Offering food on Saturdays – for delivery or to pick up in the shop 9-11am.  Products available include Hot breakfasts and Hot Breakfast cobs; Homemade Deli items and Cakes.…

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Bakery Approved at Ruddington Filling Station

Rushcliffe Borough Council has approved expansion plans for our Esso petrol station on Loughborough Road. The single story extension at Ruddington Service Station will allow them to introduce a bakery, an extra toilet and a storeroom, whilst creating more floor space for the retail side of the business (see below). There will also be five extra car parking spaces behind the premises. There’s no new proposal to increase the operating hours after previous applications were refused. Extra landscaping has been agreed to try to minimise any ongoing disruption to nearby residents who…

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Two Go Into One

If you’ve wandered along Ruddington’s High Street recently and wondered what on earth has happened to Grange Bakery (the old Horspool’s village centre shop) then don’t panic. Following the recent trend for our businesses to move around the corner – it’s moved just around the corner! In fairness, the big sign in the window at the former bakery and the smart new frontage at Grange News should really have given this away to you. Since the 6th of February the two “Grange” outlets have begun trading under the same roof at 4-6 Church Street – now…

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