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Keyworth Parish Council

Serving the village of Keyworth

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

Tel: 0115 937 2185

Office closed Tuesdays and Fridays during summer holiday period

Please note: the Parish Council office will be closed on Fridays as well as Tuesdays from 21st July to 31st August; it will be open as usual from 9.30am to 1.00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.


Neighbourhood Plan - Update

The Neighbourhood Plan steering group is making good progress in relation to the Neighbourhood Plan with help from independent planning consultants, BPUD. Click here for an update on the current position and the next steps.


Positive Futures: Free Activities - Summer 2014

Click here for details of free activities in late July and throughout August.


Village Hall heating work underway

Village Hall Complex - Centenary Lounge (left); Village Hall (right)

Work on a mains gas installation, new heating system and improved insulation for the Village Hall complex is now underway and is scheduled to finish on 28th August. The Village Hall will be out of commission during the day (until 4.30pm) in the meantime, the Centenary Lounge until 24th July. The Feignies Room and Council office should be unaffected. We apologise for any inconvenience, but hope that all concerned will appreciate the need for this project and the long term benefits. Click here to see previous items.


Activity park proposals - latest

At a meeting on 23rd June, the Parish Council's Planning committee decided to object to a planning application (click here for details) for an activity park on the Rectory field. The decision was based entirely on planning criteria, and the objection relates solely to the application as it stands, not to the proposals for an activity park as such. The final decision on the application will be made by Rushcliffe Borough Council. Turn to Page 2 for previous items. Please watch this space for news of any further developments.


Hanging baskets brighten up village

Once again, the Parish Council has arranged for hanging baskets to brighten up the village during the summer months. Thanks are due to the various businesses which have agreed to make a contribution towards the cost. There are seventy-nine baskets in total at various locations around Keyworth, and these will be kept watered throughout June, July and August. Let's hope that we get plenty sunny weather to make the summer scene complete.


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).


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). N.B. The contact point will not be open on 18th and 25th July.

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


Memorial gates dedicated...march-past and salute

With the First World War Centenary approaching, Keyworth & District Royal British Legion organised a ceremony to dedicate the recently renovated Memorial Gates on Saturday, 3rd May.

Following the ceremony, there was a march-past by standard bearers and cadets representing all three services, and a salute was taken by the Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire.


Revised hire charges for Village Hall

Revised fees for hiring the Village Hall, Centenary Lounge and Feignies Room came into effect from 1st April 2014.

Click here for revised charges, conditions of hire and other information.


Previous items

Click here for some previous items which you may have missed.