Welcome to Gotham Parish Council
The Gotham Help line has worked well since the lockdown began and we would like to thank all those volunteers that have offered to help, we know some of you have not been contacted for help, but this is because it seems that neighbours have jumped in all over the village to help their neighbours. We are not getting many calls on the Help Line currently, so to give the phone handlers a bit more time, we are cutting the hours down from 9am – 8pm to 9am to 4pm. The service is still there, so please use it if you need it.
Some people who have seen hardship due to the virus have taken advantage of our Covid grants we are offering from monies we received from Notts CC , but there are still some available. If you need help, contact the Help Line or email to GothamHelp@outlook.com
Gotham Parish Council has been informed that Planning Application approval has been granted by Rushcliffe Borough Council, concerning the Waterloo Housing Group development of 15 ‘Affordable’ houses, situated on land adjacent to 110 Nottingham road in the nearest corner of the field.
This Development has been positively supported by the G.P.C. because, as a Rural Exception scheme, local qualifying people will always have first refusal.
For further details visit: https://planningon-line.rushcliffe.gov.uk/online-applications/ and enter 19/01610/FUL in the ‘Search’ box.
The Parish Council has some limited funds to offer to Ward residents and/or Village based Groups/ Clubs severely financially affected by the Covid-19 situation. Please ‘Click’ on “General Information on the left of this page for full details
Your Parish Council is making all efforts to continue normal operations in these trying times. As part of this, parish council meetings are being held, albeit as video rather than face-to-face meetings.
If any member of the public wishes to participate, please apply by emailing to GothamParishClerk@outlook.com
Gotham Covid-19 Volunteer Group
Gotham Parish Council has organised a community Volunteer group to assist residents during this virus outbreak. Tasks such as collecting prescriptions, shopping or walking a dog are typical.
Whether you are in preventative isolation or actually suffering from the virus, if you seek help:
Telephone: 07725538712 (9am to 8pm)
If you wish to become a Volunteer – email your name, address & a telephone number to: