Residents and businesses in and around Nuthall say they are preparing for up to 10,000 people to visit the area for a new horse fair.
The exact location of the event is unknown, but the post code directs motorists to a residential area off Woodhouse Way, in Nuthall.
The event is planned for this weekend, April 27 and April 28, with the fair expected to be set up on Thursday, April 25.
For more details, read the full article from Nottinghamshire Live.
Broxtowe Borough Council have reported:
Following concerns raised by local residents and businesses, Broxtowe Borough Council called a meeting of the Safety Advisory Group to co-ordinate a response to ensure the safety of residents and attendees of the Horse Fair.
The group consisted of officers from Broxtowe Borough Council, Nottinghamshire Police, East Midlands Ambulance Service, Nottinghamshire County Council, and the local Highways Management company Via.
Members of the group are meeting with the organisers of the Fair on Wednesday 24th April to discuss their plans and advise how to make the event as safe as possible for everyone.
As with all large events, police officers are being deployed into the local communities for the duration to engage with people locally and to provide reassurance.
There are many comments against their Facebook page showing concern.
The Mornington Crescent estate Nuthall Nottingham Facebook page is also full of comments and concerns.