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Gedling, Nottinghamshire

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Gedling is a village in Nottinghamshire, England, four miles northeast of Nottingham city centre The population as of the 2011 census was 6,8171 Gedling was once a distinct settlement, having been recorded in the Domesday Book, although nowadays—due to the growth of Nottingham—it is difficult to separate it from the neighbouring town of Carlton

Contents

  • 1 History
    • 11 Church
  • 2 Colliery
    • 21 Country park
  • 3 Railway station
  • 4 Education
  • 5 Shopping
  • 6 Bus services
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Historyedit

Gedling was first settled around Saxon times, when the Saxon chief Gedl hence the name Gedling, coming from the chief "Gedl" and "Ing" being Saxon for People, Gedl-Ing meaning "Gedl's People" sailed up the River Trent, and then up the Little Ouse dyke, until he could get no further up stream He landed at the spot which is thought to be the present day site of All Saints Church Gedling has had several version of its name including: Ghellinge; Gedlinga; Geddlings; and Gettang

Despite being a fairly small place, Gedling gives its name to the local borough council which has its offices in nearby Arnold, and also to the local parliamentary constituency, which covers the suburbs to the east of Nottingham, including Arnold and Carlton Village pubs are the Gedling Inn Once the Chesterfield Arms and The Willowbrook on Main Road, the Nottingham Phoenix on Shelford Road and the Westdale Tavern on Westdale Lane

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In the older part of Gedling is All Hallows Anglican Church It dates from the 11th century, with the oldest part of the church the entrance dating back to 1089 – although there have been four other churches on this site, the oldest dating back to the year 678AD

Collieryedit

Gedling Colliery, which was the life-blood of Gedling and many of the surrounding villages, opened in 1899 and was closed in 1991 128 men died at the colliery,2 which produced over a million tonnes of coal per year in the 1960s3 It developed a reputation as the "pit of all nations" because of the diversity of foreign miners who worked there:3 in the 1960s, ten per cent of the colliery's workforce of 1,400 were originally from the Caribbean4

The site was opened as Gedling Country Park on 28 March 2015

Country parkedit

Opened in March 2015 on the site of the former Gedling Colliery, the site commands spectacular views of Gedling, and from its highest point there are impressive views across Nottinghamshire and into neighbouring Lincolnshire and Leicestershire‌ On a clear day it is possible to see as far as Belvoir Castle and Lincoln Cathedralcitation needed There are multiple paths that weave their way through the woodlands and grasslands that make up the rich flora and fauna within the country park

Railway stationedit

There are plans to either reopen the railway line from Nottingham railway station and to reopen Gedling railway station which was closed on 4 April 1960, or to open the old line as a part of the Mineral Line cycleway At the moment, the original station building is being used as a youth hostelcitation needed The line itself officially closed in 1995 when the line to the colliery eventually was classed as redundant

Educationedit

The local school is the Sherwood Academy The Carlton le Willows Academy, Wood Lane, Gedling for 11 to 18 year olds

Shoppingedit

There is a Sainsbury's Local convenience store on Arnold Lane,5 and a Co-operative supermarket on Gedling Road

Bus servicesedit

Nottingham City Transport
  • 24: Nottingham, Carlton Hill, Westdale Lane
  • 25: Nottingham, Carlton Hill, Westdale Lane, Mapperley, Daybrook, Arnold 25B terminates at Mapperley
  • 26: Nottingham, Carlton Hill, Gedling, Carlton-le-Willows, Burton Joyce, Lowdham
  • N27: Nottingham, Sneinton, Carlton Hill, Westdale Lane, Gedling, Mapperley, Woodborough Road
  • 44: Nottingham, Sneinton Hermitage, Colwick, Netherfield, Gedling
  • 45: Nottingham, Woodborough Road, Mapperley, Westdale Lane, Gedling
  • 100/N100: Nottingham, Carlton Hill, Gedling, Burton Joyce, Lowdham, Southwell
Nottingham Community Transport
  • L74: Victoria Retail Park, Netherfield, Cavendish Road, Westdale Lane, Jessops Lane, Carlton Square, Netherfield, Victoria Retail Park
  • L75: Victoria Retail Park, Netherfield, Emerys Road, Stoke Bardolph, Burton Joyce, Foxhill Road

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "Gedling Ward population 2011" Neighbourhood Statistics Office for National Statistics Retrieved 9 April 2016 
  2. ^ Nottingham Post "Bygones: Tragedies at Gedling Colliery" Nottingham Post Retrieved 14 May 2014 
  3. ^ a b Project, DEN "Gedling Colliery – 20 years since closure" DEN project Retrieved 14 May 2014 
  4. ^ Perraudin, Frances 24 October 2016 "How Britain’s black miners are reclaiming their place in history" theguardiancom Retrieved 24 October 2016 
  5. ^ "Store overview" Sainsbury's website Sainsbury's Retrieved 8 April 2014 

External linksedit

  • Gedling Borough Council
  • History of Gedling background music
  • Gedling – A History
  • Friends of Gedling Country Park

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