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Keyworth Parish Council

Serving the village of Keyworth


Clerk: Mr Neil Grocock
Village Hall, Elm Avenue
Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5AN

Tel: 0115 937 2185

Public Consultation event - Potential Development around Keyworth

15th February at the Village Hall - click here for further details.

New Councillor co-opted

With effect from 25th January, the Parish Council has co-opted a new member, Shelley Millband, to fill the vacancy outstanding since the elections in May 2015.

Click here for more about Shelley or here for details of all Keyworth Councillors.

Keyworth Quiz - bumper crowd for Week 1

Click here for more details.

Week 3: 8th February...why not come along?

Tennis Club lease signed

As reported in July (click here), the Parish Council has offered to lease land and buildings formerly leased to Keyworth Playing Fields Association to the clubs which use them. The first club to take advantage of this was Keyworth Tennis Club, and the lease of the courts and clubhouse has now been signed. Council chairman Tony Grice is pictured, looking on as Eugene O'Connor, John Stansfield and Maxine Barklett attend to formalities.

Activity Park - latest news

It's beginning to look as though the proposed activity park on the Rectory Field could become a reality in the near future, with funding offered by Sport England provided most of the work can be done by the end of March. Rushcliffe Community Partnership has also pledged funds, and it looks likely that there will be a contribution from WREN. There are no guarantees at this stage, but everyone is working hard to make the most of this opportunity. Click here to see preliminary architects' sketches, and please watch this space for further news in due course.

Christmas card competition 2015

Congratulations to Keira Cullis, aged eight, winner of the Parish Council's 2015 Christmas Card Competition. There were more than a hundred entries from Keira and her fellow pupils at Willow Brook Primary School, and also from Keyworth Primary School and Crossdale Busy Bees. Many thanks to all concerned.

New Conservation Plaque

A new plaque (below), commissioned by the Keyworth Conservation Area Advisory Group and financed by the Parish Council, has been placed outside St Mary Magdalene Parish Church (Grade1 listed building).

Click here for details of all plaques and heritage boards.

Neighbourhood Plan News

Click here for the latest news from the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group.

Village Hall - revised hire charges for 2016/17

The Council's Facilities committee has agreed revised hire charges for the Village Hall complex with effect from 1st April 2016. Click here for further details.

Want to know more about the Village Hall?

Want to hire the Village Hall, Centenary Lounge of Feignies Room?

Click here for hire charges and other information.

Click here for photographs of the premises.

Electoral Review of Nottinghamshire County Council

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has completed its review of electoral arrangements for Nottinghamshire County Council. Click here for details.

Police liaison meetings - anything you want us to raise?

Parish Councillors meet with the local beat officer every month or so, to discuss crime trends and policing issues affecting Keyworth. If there are any issues you would like raised at these meetings, please feel free to email us...your emails will be passed on to the relevant Councillors, and discussed at the next meeting. If you would like someone to contact you with feedback from the meeting, please make that clear in your email. Click here for more about local policing. N.B. The purpose of the meetings is to discuss policing issues in general. Individual crimes should always be reported to the police in the first instance, through the normal channels (click here for details).

Keyworth Advice Centre

Tuesday afternoons in the Feignies Room at the Village Hall on Tuesday afternoons.

Click here for details.

Click here for Christmas opening times.

Defibrillator in Village Hall

A defibrillator, donated by East Midlands Ambulance Service, can be found in the Village Hall foyer. If hiring the premises, please make sure that you know where it is, and how it should be used in case of emergency. If hiring the Centenary Lounge, please make sure that you know how to access to the defibrillator via the connecting doors. Click here for further details.

County & Borough Councils join forces at Centenary Lounge on Friday mornings

Nottinghamshire County Council and Rushcliffe Borough Council have joined forces with a Customer Service Point in the Centenary Lounge at the Village Hall (Fridays from 9am to 1pm).

Please come along and have a word with the Councils' representatives if there's anything you need to discuss, including:

Previous items

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