Please see here some photographs of the land off Georges Lane which the Council have recently purchased and dedicated for open access.
There seems to be some support for one or two of the four buses an hour between Nottingham and Calverton being re-routed slightly to provide a service to Hollinwood Lane and Main Street. To quantify this support we would like as many people as possible to take part in a survey. If you would like to take part please click on this link Bus Route Survey Calverton. It is a very short survey and should only take 5 minutes to complete.
All data collected will be deleted when it has served its purpose.
The Council has introduced a Complaints Policy & Procedure with a Feedback Form to help customers provide information that will in turn help the Council to improve its services.
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Help yourself – volunteer
Time to spare? Drive? Love people? Need a new purpose or new skills? Want to give something back?
Join us as a volunteer driver in Arnold, Carlton & Gedling and help older people and disabled adults get out and about.
Volunteers don’t get paid, not because they’re worthless, but because they’re priceless. We have the cause. You have the effect. Mileage is paid.
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This young Calverton BMX champion showed his impressive array of trophies and medals at the November parish council meeting. He helped present the case for Calverton having its own BMX track in the William Lee Park. As probably the youngest resident to have ever spoken at a parish council meeting, his contribution to proceedings was very much appreciated.