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Neighbourhood Plan Consultation

Keyworth Parish Council has submitted its draft Neighbourhood Plan to Rushcliffe Borough Council. The Keyworth Neighbourhood Plan contains local objectives and planning policies which the Borough Council will use when considering planning applications within the parish. The Borough Council is now required to publicise the draft plan for six weeks and invite representations to be made during this period. The consultation will run from Tuesday, 5 September 2017 until 5pm on Tuesday 14 October 2017. Further details relating to the consultation can be found at: http://www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/planningpolicy/neighbourhoodplanning/. Following the consultation, the draft plan and all representations received will then be considered by an independent examiner. This has to happen before the plan can be approved.


Parish Council Vacancies

The Parish Council is looking to co-opt two new members to fill vacancies which have arisen. Anyone wishing to be considered should apply by letter or email to Debbie Cooke, Clerk to the Council, by 30th September at the latest, giving details of their background, and outlining how they feel they could make a contribution.


Police Liaison Meeting - 5th October

There will be a Police Liaison meeting in the Feignies Room at 10.30am on Thursday, 5th October. Anyone wishing to discuss local policing issues is welcome to come along.

Keyworth Christmas Community Lunch

Want to get involved?

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Public Consultation Keyworth - Rushcliffe Local Plan

Exhibition in Centenary Lounge - 13th November

See attached for further details


Activity Park - parts fenced off due to vandalism

Due to continued vandalism, we have been forced to fence off part of the activity park for safety reasons. It will remain closed until repairs are carried out. These repairs, due to mindless vandalism, will have cost implications for the Parish Council.

Tony Grice, Council Chairman


Village Hall Kitchen Improvements

Refurbishment work complete

The Village Hall kitchen has undergone a complete refurbishment. Click here to see pictures. We apologise to hirers for any disruption while the work was being carried out, but we hope everyone will agree that the new kitchen is a great improvement.


Chairman re-elected...

...new vice-chair

At the annual meeting on 15th May, Cllr Tony Grice was re-elected as chairman but, Cllr Liz Chmara having stood down, Cllr Tamsin Armour was elected as the new vice-chair.


New Clerk to the Council

With effect from 1st May, Debbie Cooke has taken over as Clerk to the Council. Her predecessor, Neil Grocock, is now Finance Officer, continuing to deal with financial matters which previously fell within the remit of the Clerk. Click here for further details of Council staff, including contact details.


Keyworth Advice Centre

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

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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.


Previous items

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