At the Annual Parish Meeting, the Parish Council presents Civic Award
to residents who have made an outstanding contribution to the village.
In addition, the Parish Council will present
Awards to young people who have demonstrated personal achievement that
has benefited both the individual and the community of Radcliffe on Trent.
Nominations are now being sought and should be sent to the Clerk of the
Council at The Grange, Vicarage Lane by Friday March 21st 2014.
To see the 'Official Notices'
Young Persons Civic Award Nomination Form
Nomination forms are available from the Council Office at the Grange
between 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. each weekday morning, they can be
downloaded from the council website
Civic Award Nomination Form
or they can be emailed to you.
The Annual Parish meeting will be on Wednesday 16 April 2014 in Grange Hall.
Re: announcement of proposed closure of
Radcliffe swimming pool
a public meeting will be held in Grange Hall on
Wednesday 5th February 2014 7pm
Now with photographs taken on the day and results of the competitions.
What a fantastic day was had by all,
well over a thousand residents supported this revived show and we have
received many complimentary comments since.
A special thank you to all the organisers who have worked tirelessly over
the past few months to ensure that the show ran smoothly and successfully.
Last minute changes had to be made because of the weather forecast but
luckily it didn't prove to be too much of a problem in the end.
There was a magnificent number of entries in the various competition
categories and well done to all the winners. The stalls and attractions
kept us all entertained throughout the day and the official unveiling of
the Totem pole by the visiting dignitaries was a very proud moment.
Thank you once again to all involved and there is already a buzz about
plans for next year!!
Some photographs taken on the day can be found by clicking
For a larger selection of photographs taken at the Radcliffe Village Show
The results of the entries to the Village Show can now be
found by clicking Bake off Results,
Horticultural Section Winners,
Dog Show Results.
If you would like to read about the history of the Radcliffe Village Show
from the 1950's click here.
The Nottinghamshire Best Kept Village competition
In Category A (Pop 2,00 to 10,000) the 2012 Champion, Radcliffe-on-Trent
has retained the winners position.
Radcliffe-on-Trent, along with Beckingham, Wysall and Linby will go forward
to be judged for the Wilkinson "Best of Notts Award".
To see the 'Press Release'
You may be wondering why a Totem pole
appeared in the grounds of The Grange on Friday 3rd May.
If you would like to find out why click here to get
the full story.
This site was last updated 5th March 2014