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Please note: the Parish Council office will be closed from 22nd December to 2nd January inclusive.

Festive lights brighten up Keyworth

New lights for churchyard

Photograph courtesy of John Perring

There was a good turnout for the switching on of Keyworth's festive lights on 2nd December and, this year, there are additional lights in the churchyard. The Parish Council was pleased to contribute towards the cost of the event and the new lights, but thanks are also due to Rushcliffe Borough Council and our local Borough Councillors; also the local businesses which, as in previous years, contributed towards the cost of fifty-five Xmas trees with lights at various points around the village. Compliments of the season to all our readers.


Dog owners please note...

Please help keep our village clean and safe

Please bag that poo - any rubbish bin will do.

The Parish Council supports this campaign and hopes dog-owners will do likewise, keeping our streets, playing fields and other public places clean and safe. Residents are reminded that any problems in this respect should be reported to the Borough Council (click here for further details).


Christmas Card Competition - winner announced

Congratulations to Caitlin James, age ten, from Keyworth Primary & Nursery School, the winner of our 2017 Christmas card competition. Well done also to the runners up: Jacob Varley (Willow Brook Primary), Dakota Stolworthy (Crossdale Drive Primary) and Jaquille (Busy Bees at Crossdale), and many thanks to everyone else who took part.


Independent examination of Keyworth Neighbourhood Plan

Consultation on the submission draft of the Keyworth Neighbourhood Plan ended on Tuesday 17 October 2017. Mr Patrick Whitehead of Intelligent Plans and Examinations (IPE) Ltd has now been appointed by Rushcliffe Borough Council to examine whether the plan meets the 'Basic Conditions' and has issued a letter to the Parish and Borough Councils on procedural matters for the examination. Click here to see the relevant letter and subsequent correspondence, and here to find other relevant items on the Borough Council website.


Council Vacancy

The Parish Council is looking to co-opt a new member to fill a vacancy which has arisen. Anyone wishing to be considered should apply by letter or email, by 31st January 2018 at the latest, giving details of their background, and outlining how they feel they could make a contribution.

Debbie Cooke, Clerk to the Council


Keyworth Christmas Community Lunch

Want to get involved?

Click here for details.

Police Liaison Meeting - Wednesday, January 10th

10.30am in the Village Hall. Residents welcome.

Village Hall Complex - new hire charges

The Council's Finance & Risk committee has agreed increased hire charges for the Village Hall, Centenary Lounge and Feignies Room effective from 1st April 2018. These are the first increases since April 2016.

Click here for details of the revised charges.


Keyworth Peace Garden - Council approves plans

The Parish Council has approved plans for a peace garden - a place for residents and visitors to reflect on those involved in past and present conflicts - to be located near the Memorial Gates on the Rectory Field. The Council and local Environment Group are now looking to raise funds. For more information, please email Cllr Tamsin Armour.

Proposed Peace Garden - a place to reflect


Previous items

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