Parish Council supports Cotgrave Road campaign

Click here for details of campaign and on-line petition.

New chair and vice-chair elected

At its annual meeting on 13th May, the Parish Council elected a new chair and vice-chair: Cllr Tamsin Armour, formerly vice-chair, takes over as chair in place of Cllr Tony Grice whom she thanked for his contribution over many years, while Cllr Tony Wells replaces Cllr Armour as vice-chair.

Cllr Wells said " There is such a lot happening in Keyworth, from the smallest community activities to large housing developments. I am proud to be part of the Parish Council and look forward to promoting and defending the best interests of our Keyworth community".

Cllr Armour said "I am delighted to become Chair of the Parish Council and look forward to working with our team of Councillors to help celebrate and grow all that is great about Keyworth".

Elections - 2nd May

Click on the links below for the results of the local Borough Council election and details of the uncontested Parish Council elections for Keyworth:

Tour of Britain jumpers go to Malawi

Residents will no doubt recall the Tour of Britain passing through Keyworth in September 2018, and many will also remember the rather natty knitted jersey bunting which was on display. Click here for details if you'd like to know what became of it.

Willow Brook School takes Village Quiz title

Congratulations to Willow Brook School, winners of the 2019 Keyworth Quiz. Click here for details. Congratulations also to the organisers for yet another very successful event.

Hire charges change in April

Hirers of the Village Hall, Centenary Lounge and Feignies Room are reminded that revised charges apply with effect from 1st April 2019. Click here for details.

Previous items

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