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Important notice re Wysall Lane Burial Ground

A notice along the following lines has been placed on relevant plots at Wysall Lane Burial Ground:

The Parish Council has received numerous complaints about the poor state of Wysall Lane Burial Ground. We know this is a very sensitive matter, but it is and always has been a lawned Burial Ground. As such, there are regulations as to what can be put on graves. Basically, anything on or around a grave must be limited in number and confined to the plinth of the gravestone or the area of the memorial plaque in the case of cremations. So that we can restore and maintain the area to the highest standards, we respectfully ask that all unauthorised objects be removed by October 1st 2015. After this date, we shall remove all such objects and store them for your collection or instruction to dispose.

Thank you. Tony Grice, Chairman, Keyworth Parish Council


Elm Avenue/Rectory Field Sports Facilities – the way forward

The following sports facilities on and around Elm Avenue are owned freehold by the Parish Council: Rectory field, pavilion and changing rooms; tennis courts and clubhouse; bowling green and clubhouse. Prior to 2013, these facilities were leased to, and managed by, the Keyworth Playing Fields Association (KPFA) which, up to that point, received an annual maintenance grant from the Parish Council. The KPFA surrendered the lease in 2013 and, at around the same time, the Rectory field, pavilion and changing rooms ceased to be used for cricket or football.

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Neighbourhood Plan - Consultation Responses

The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group is pleased to share with you the details of the public contributions from the Regulation 14 Consultation, completed earlier in the year. The Steering Group thanks all those residents who provided responses. Summaries of views in graph form and key issues raised for each policy are listed. To view, please click here.

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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).


Activity park - Council sets up new working party

At the Annual Parish Council meeting on 18th May, it was agreed that: the Parish Council should henceforth act as the 'umbrella' organisation for this project; a working party, comprising Cllrs Tamsin Armour, Tom Caven-Atack, Kath Oakley, Chris Pride, Dan Sleeman and Martin Valentine, should be set up to move the project forward; and that a Sport England grant application should be submitted on the Council's behalf. Watch this space for news of further developments. For background details, turn to Page 2.


Electoral Review of Nottinghamshire County Council

The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is inviting comments on proposed new electoral arrangements for Nottinghamshire County Council. Click here for details.


Village Hall - revised hire charges for 2015/16

The Council's Facilities committee has agreed revised hire charges for the Village Hall complex with effect from 1st April 2015. 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.

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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.


Keyworth Advice Centre

Tuesday afternoons in the Feignies Room.

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AGM - 16th September in the Centenary Lounge. Click here for 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:


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