Ruddington Parish Council Meeting

It’s your monthly opportunity to find out what’s happening and have your say on what’s planned in our village. The meeting will start at 7.30pm and is held in St Peter’s Rooms. Ruddington Parish Council (RPC) meetings are open to all, and time is allocated for residents to share views on items that are on the agenda. Items under discussion tonight include agreeing RPC’s Budget for 2023-2024 and deciding on the Council’s response to the ‘Greater Nottingham Strategic Plan: Preferred Approach Consultation’. You can read more about the latter >>HERE<<. The agenda…

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‘Heat ‘n’ Eat’ £1 Monday Lunch

If you’re a Ruddington resident, living on a tight budget, you can pre-book for a chef-prepared hot meal and a soft drink for just £1. It’s served at 12.30pm in the welcoming and warm space of St Peter’s Church. Organisers at St Peter’s Church say it’s usually scheduled to run on the 1st & 4th Monday of the month.  “Heat ‘n’ Eat is a way for everyone to enjoy affordable, good, wholesome food. We hope you’ll want to be part of this new community whether you work at home or in a…

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Ruddington Christmas Light Trail Returns

Villagers certainly seemed to have pulled out all the stops this year to get into the festive spirit – with properties throughout Ruddington adorned with colourful lights and decorations ready to guide in Santa and his reindeer on the big day. Their efforts are being applauded by The Friends of James Peacock Junior School who’ve created a brand new ‘Christmas Light Trail’ running between now and 4th January 2023. One of the organisers, Nathalie Mortimer, says: “Further to the success of our Christmas lights trail two years’ ago, it’s back with a sparkle! Local…

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Property Developer’s Second Planning Breach

It’s been confirmed the house-builder currently constructing 175 new houses on almost sixteen acres of Ruddington’s former Green Belt south of Musters Road has breached its planning conditions for the second time in just over a year. Residents nearby have reacted with dismay at being told a total of 38 ‘Wilbur Chase’ properties are now occupied – breaching even the revised 35 property limit set by Rushcliffe Borough Council (RBC). Stipulations for Avant Homes (Midlands)‘s original planning approval for this estate included that off-site highway improvement works to the A60/Kirk Lane/Flawforth Lane junction…

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Residents’ Concerns Over Second Planning Breach

Villagers living close to the ‘Wilbur Chase’ housing development in Ruddington say they’re very concerned that the property builder could soon be allowed to get away with another serious infringement of its planning conditions for the new estate. Avant Homes (Midlands) is currently constructing 175 new houses on our former Green Belt, south of Musters Road, on what used to be 15.89 acres of farmland. Residents first complained to Rushcliffe Borough Council (RBC) in September last year when the developer began allowing households to move in to the first of its completed new properties…

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Ruddington Parish Council Meeting

It’s another opportunity to find out what’s happening and to have your say on what’s planned in our village. The meeting will start at 7.30pm and is in St Peter’s Rooms. Ruddington Parish Council (RPC) meetings are open to all, and time is allocated for residents to share views on items that are on the agenda. RPC says: “The agenda and papers for each meeting will be posted on to our website agenda page once they are available.” Topics for discussion tonight include the consultation on revised Rushcliffe Ward Boundaries and deciding…

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Ruddington Parish Council Meeting

It’s another opportunity to find out what’s happening and to have your say on what’s planned in our village. The meeting will start at 7.30pm and is in St Peter’s Rooms. Ruddington Parish Council (RPC) meetings are open to all, and time is allocated for residents to share views on items that are on the agenda. RPC says: “The agenda and papers for each meeting will be posted on to our website agenda page once they are available.” Topics for discussion tonight include the latest new village planning applications, the ‘Annual Governance…

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‘Heat ‘n’ Eat’ £1 Monday Lunch

If you’re a Ruddington resident, living on a tight budget, you can pre-book for a chef-prepared hot meal and a soft drink for just £1 served at St Peter’s Church at 12.30pm. Organisers at St Peter’s Church say “Heat ‘n’ Eat is a new way for everyone to enjoy affordable, good, wholesome food. We hope you’ll want to be part of this new community whether you work at home or in a local office, live alone or with a partner, or simply enjoy socialising.”  This new fortnightly initiative was made possible…

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‘Heat ‘n’ Eat’ £1 Monday Lunch

If you’re a Ruddington resident, trying to cope with the cost of living, how about a chef-prepared hot meal and a soft drink for just £1 served at St Peter’s Church at 12.30pm? Organisers at St Peter’s Church say “Heat ‘n’ Eat is a new way for everyone to enjoy affordable, good, wholesome food. We hope you’ll want to be part of this new community whether you work at home or in a local office, live alone or with a partner, or simply enjoy socialising.”  This new initiative has been running…

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‘Heat ‘n’ Eat’ £1 Monday Lunch

If you’re a Ruddington resident struggling with the cost of living, how about a chef-prepared hot meal and a soft drink for just £1 served at St Peter’s Church at 12.30pm on selected Mondays? Organisers at St Peter’s Church say “Heat ‘n’ Eat is a new way for everyone to enjoy affordable, good, wholesome food. We hope you’ll want to be part of this new community whether you work at home or in a local office, live alone or with a partner, or simply enjoy socialising.”  This new initiative was made…

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