Gedling Youth Club & Community Hub

A number of community groups have come together to work on ambitious plans to convert a former railway station building in Gedling village into a youth centre and community hub.

The Gedling Youth Club Management Committee, Gedling Village Preservation Society and Friends of Gedling Station have revealed new plans, which have been brought to life by Nottingham-based architect Simon Middlecote.

The Plan

We hope to fully restore the old station building on Shearing Hill to its former glory and also renovate the grounds, adding much needed community space for a multitude of uses by various age groups and activities.

We are currently seeking backing from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Nottinghamshire County Council’s Local Improvement Scheme to help fund this new venture. We also encourage people in the local area to back the plans by donating to our crowdfunding scheme.

The Chairman of the Gedling Youth Club Management Committee, Francis Rodrigues, said, “There was huge public support to save the former youth club and station from residential development and the three local groups coming together reflect that support.”



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Another great donation…
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Another community spirited donation of two matching bar stools for they Gedling Station cafe area from Dave Laing. They go well with the other recent two & three seater chairs in the foyer. Thanks Dave from the Gedling Youth & … Read More

Gedling Station regeneration project news
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Although having to postpone their Heritage Open Day due to new public gatherings rules was disappointing, it was cheering news to receive another donation from Wendy Green followIng her garage sale event last Sunday. What a brilliant effort Wendy. “People … Read More

Lighting Programme
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Message from Francis Rodrigues – Chair of Gedling & Dist Youth Club (soon to be known as  The Gedling Youth & Community Hub).Let there be light! Here is local businessman & electrician Rob Selby after he repaired an old lighting … Read More

Do you remember the Gedling Youth Club days?
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As a part of our Heritage Open Day – 19th September 2020 – we are looking to feature the recollections / memories of those who visited / took part in the Gedling Youth Club days at the Station (1967-2005)… Do … Read More

Heritage Open Day
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Gedling Station will be taking part in the national Heritage Open Day scheme, this year taking place on Saturday 19th September. GEDLING STATION HERITAGE OPEN DAY19th September 2020. 10am to 4pm. Entry is FREE. Come and visit the last remaining … Read More

Trustee / Committee Meeting
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Following delays due to the Covid-19 emergency – the Gedling Youth and Community Hub held its postponed Trustee / Committee Meeting on Monday 10th August in the refurbished Waiting Room at the Station Building. Following the positive progress made during … Read More