Property of the Week

This week’s Thomas James Estate Agents‘ featured Ruddington property is an extended three-bedroomed cottage on Easthorpe Street – offering a wealth of charm and period features – with a guide price of £375,000.   You can view this property in a new browser window >>HERE<<. Please contact Thomas James Estate Agents directly for more information, or to arrange a viewing, by ‘phoning 0115 984 4660 or emailing ruddington@tjea.com  If you purchase a residential property before 31st March 2021, you only start to be liable for Stamp Duty on the amount you pay for…

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Police Incident on Easthorpe Street

There have been some dramatic scenes in our village this evening (Thursday 12th November) after a van ended up on the pavement lodged between parked cars and the wall of a terraced cottage on one of Ruddington’s oldest roads. These three photographs, taken by John Noble of The Three Crowns, show how a street lamp was demolished during the incident, which happened at around 7pm apposite his pub on a narrow section of Easthorpe Street. It followed a lengthy Nottinghamshire Police chase by officers from the St Ann’s knife crime team…

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Property of the Week

This week’s Thomas James Estate Agents‘ featured Ruddington property is a characterful four bedroomed cottage – right at the heart of our village on Easthorpe Street – built about 500 years ago and boasting a wealth of original features – with the guide price just reduced to £695,000.   You can view this property in a new browser window >>HERE<<. Especially given the recent price reduction, viewing of this unique period home is essential. Please contact Thomas James Estate Agents directly for more information, or to arrange a viewing, by ‘phoning 0115…

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Ruddington Traffic Chaos to Continue?

There’s frustration among Ruddington’s road users after 4-way temporary traffic lights suddenly sprang up in our village centre at the weekend. Although it was known the exterior of the Red Lion was due to be repainted there was little advance warning that the impact for motorists would be so severe. New scaffolding erected around the pub is taking a short section of both High Street and Easthorpe Street down to a single lane – meaning that 24-hour signals are needed. Since Sunday there have been severe peak time delays for drivers. Nottingham City Transport‘s Navy 3 and Green 10…

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