Ruddington on Social Media
Parish Council pages
Click on the links below to find and follow our social media accounts:
Other Ruddington pages
Did you know that Ruddington has an ever-increasing presence in the world of social media? Apart from the many individual businesses, clubs and organisations in the village that have their own pages, there’s also a growing number of general information and ‘shared interest’ groups. Here are a few of the most popular:
General information pages for Ruddington residents, offering details of upcoming events, local services and so on. All residents are welcome to contribute to the Facebook page or respond to Tweets.
A place for local mums (dads and other residents also welcome!) to discuss or share information on parent-focused issues such as local childcare services and mum and toddler groups. The success of the social media sites have led to the establishment of a popular local business directory and online noticeboard, www.askruddmums.com.
Visit these pages to find out all about the latest events taking place in Ruddington and how you can get involved. Most of the events listed are organised by Parish Councillors.
Home to the latest information about the Village Plan, what’s included and how you can get involved in shaping our village.
Home to the latest information about the Neighbourhood Plan, the latest news and updates.
- Ruddington Fun (Facebook – closed group)
This is the Facebook page for the Ruddington Fun school holidays activity scheme. By ‘liking’ the page, you can easily keep track of forthcoming events and find out how to get involved.
- Ruddington Recycle (Facebook – closed group)
One person’s trash is another’s treasure… Ruddington Recycle is here for local people to exchange information about unwanted items, in the hope of finding them a new home rather than discarding them.
How to find the pages
To find any of the above Facebook pages or Twitter feeds, simply follow the links above or search for the name of the group online. You’ll need to have a Twitter and/or Facebook account to access all the information. If you don’t have accounts yet, they are quick and easy to set up – but make sure you choose your Privacy settings carefully when using Facebook in particular.