The Parish of East Bridgford is located in the East of the county of Nottinghamshire, is a rural community made up of around 2200 acres with a static population of about 1814 residents.

The village adjoins the south bank of the River Trent. It has many amenities including an excellent primary school - St Peter's Church of England School, village hall, St Peter's Church dating from the 11th century, a pub, a post office and a convenience store.

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Latest News

Chairman's monthly report May 22

Chairman's monthly report May 22

Posted: Mon, 16 May 2022 16:19 by Sharon Ellis

Annual meeting of the Parish Council 09-05-2022

  • Annual meeting of the Parish Council 09-05-2022

Posted: Tue, 03 May 2022 15:29 by Sharon Ellis

Full Council Agenda 09-05-2022

Full Council Agenda 09-05-2022

Posted: Tue, 03 May 2022 15:28 by Sharon Ellis

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    Dear Walkers
    Our walk next week will be at Stapleford. If you would like to go, please could you let Rosemary Futcher know before Monday 28th June so that she can finalise details. When booking please provide a phone number, this is required for the walk register we need to keep for 21 days to support NHS contact tracing.

    June 29th 2021 10:30
    8.5 miles


    Meet at corner of Oakfield Road and Mill Road. Street parking or there is the frequent i4 bus from Friar Lane (takes about 26 minutes). Alight Chequers and then a 10 minute walk to the start of the walk. The walk starts at Stapleford and goes via Stanton by Dale and the Nutbrook Trail. It is fairly flat with few stiles. Picnic lunch. Map 260 SK 488 376 (NG9 8GD). Leader Rosemary. Email to book a place. Limited to 12 walkers + leaders.

    The committee have decided to continue with bookings for walks until the end of July. We will then review what rules (if any) we need to follow.



    Nottinghamshire Footpaths Preservation Society