Radcliffe on Trent has won Nottinghamshire Best Kept Village Award for 2016 for large villages (between 2000-10000 population).
As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff & the services we provide, we hope you use the website as a useful resource with links to other reliable websites for health related information. If there is topical health information we will also add this to the website.
RADCLIFFE-ON-TRENT GOLF CLUBDewberry Lane, Cropwell Road, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottingham, NG12 2JH0115 933 3000
Christians Together in Radcliffe (CTR) is made up of the 4 churches in Radcliffe on Trent (and also other christians who live here but worship elsewhere). We serve the community by prayer, action and witness. We respect each other and our variety of worship, seeing this as a strength, thinking and praying for one another and our community. We will worship, learn and enjoy fellowship together and endeavour to maintain, extend and foster acts of Christian Unity in Radcliffe on Trent.
The village boasts a number of community spaces, such as the Cliff Walk (which takes you along the river to nearby Shelford village), the Memorial Park, a recreation ground and skate park, and a complex of sports fields at the eastern end of the village. There is a lively amateur dramatics group who stage regular productions at The Grange Hall, as well as numerous other clubs and associations.
The halls are located just 6 miles from Nottingham City Centre and minutes from both the A46 and A52 and are easily accessible with Nottingham East Midlands Airport just 19 miles away. The centre of the village is served by a number of bus routes, is just a five minute walk from the Railway Station and there is covered parking for bicycles behind The Grange.
Welcome to The Chestnut – A quality independently owned and operated free house pub and casual dining establishment in the lovely South Nottinghamshire village of Radcliffe-on-Trent. We’re just 5 miles from Nottingham city centre and a stones throw from the wonderful National Water Sports Centre in the historic Holme Pierrepont Country Park.
New patients will be given their named accountable GP at the point of registration by the receptionist.
A STUNNING AND HISTORIC COMMUNITY PUB WITH A RICH HISTORY AND EXCITING FUTURE
Located on Central Avenue in the bustling heart of West Bridgford, Côte serves classic brasserie...
Located on the outskirts of the city centre, the King William IV pub is a traditional, friendly pub...
Tiffin is a tea house providing all the comforts of the great British tradition of afternoon tea...
Join Copper Bar Cafe on New Year's Eve (2015) - Free entry, food served until 9pm, open til (very)...
Alfresco Southwell’s more understated little brother opened in May 2011. It is a kiosk located on...
Word for today - Daily readings from UCB, Listen, Watch, Read, Pray.
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We are 100% family and dog friendly so stop by and say Hi to Mel, Rich and the rest of the team!
Radcliffe-on-Trent is a large village and civil parish in the Rushcliffe borough of Nottinghamshire. The population of the civil parish at the Census 2011 was 8,205.
Looking for a new church in Radcliffe? A warm welcome awaits you at Radcliffe-on-Trent Methodist Church
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Situated in the heart of West Bridgford, Escabeche is instantly recognisable with its bold red sign...
The Willowbrook has built up a fine reputation as a...
HUGELY POPULAR REAL ALE PUB WITH A LOT TO OFFER
The Old Volunteer is the Brewery Tap for the locally based Flipside Brewery. This is a...
Radcliffe-on-Trent is sometimes confused with other UK locations. Ratcliffe on Soar – also in Nottinghamshire – is the location of the coal-fired power station. The City of Manchester contains a suburb named Radcliffe which is served by a stop on the local Metrolink light rail system, consequently both settlements are listed on the National Rail network.
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The asking rent does not include letting fees. Depending on your circumstances and the property you select, the letting agent may also apply the following upfront fees:
The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission
Come along to The Trent Navigation on New Years Eve (2015). The pub will be open as usual with free...
Following a fantastic refurbishment adding booths with dedicated HD screens The Southbank is now an...
We usually run an open clinic, for which no appointment is required, on a Saturday morning in October. For 2016 our FLU DAY will be on Saturday 1st October from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Access for the disabled and toilet facilities are available at the Health Centre.
Radcliffe Village Show What a fantastic day, click on the link below for all the wonderful pictures. Contact Lizarc directly if you would like copies.
We pride ourselves on offering a genuine, relaxed and friendly casual dining experience serving up classic British, Italian and American dishes coupled with the finest selection of real ales, craft beer and fine wines.
The new look Lakeview Restaurant is open seven days a...
It has local branches of both the Boys' Brigade and Scouts. The village also possesses four public houses, as well as its own football, golf and cricket clubs. In 1999 the village was twinned with a French town Bussy-St-Georges, which is situated east of Paris. Radcliffe is also well endowed with educational institutions, with three schools: an infant and nursery school, a junior school and a medium-sized secondary, South Nottinghamshire Academy, formerly Dayncourt School.
Fees may be charged on a per person, or per property, basis and will vary from agent to agent, so confirm before viewing.
The village has Anglican, Roman Catholic and Methodist churches. The Anglican church is St. Mary's.