We are deeply sorry to announce that Neil Breward, who became a parish councillor in May 2019, passed away on 31st December 2019. Our thoughts and sympathies are with his family at this time.

Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fightback

Nearly three quarters of a million trees are winging their way across the UK as part of the Woodland Trust's Big Climate Fightback. In addition, over 5,000 free trees will be distributed to householders and parishes across Rushcliffe in the coming weeks after thousands responded to Rushcliffe Borough Council's environmental campaign.

KPC has secured around 100 saplings to distribute throughout the parish. There is a mix of woodland varieties including Field Maple, Silver Birch, Grey Willow, Pedunculate Oak, Wild Cherry and Rowan. If you would like to join this initiative for more trees please contact: CllrDaveClarke@keyworthparishcouncil.org

Keyworth Parish Council has two vacancies for Parish Councillors - and we need YOU!

Is there some aspect of life in Keyworth that you are passionate about improving?

Maybe you want to help people get healthier and fitter? Perhaps you'd like to enhance the environment, or you have an idea to bring the community together? Do you want to boost the local economy, organise events or perhaps improve facilities for children, young people or the elderly?

We are looking for people who are passionate about improving life in Keyworth and representing the interests of the wonderful community we live in.

Becoming a Parish Councillor means you can represent and help shape our local community. You don't have to be a member of a political party – you just need energy and ideas about how to make Keyworth better.

Keyworth Parish Council manages facilities which benefit the village - the Village Hall complex and Rectory field, the Activity Park and Play Area, the Skate Park and the Wysall Lane Burial Ground.

The Parish Council can do much more than this; if you have ideas about how to make the village safer, cleaner, happier, friendlier, more vibrant and better connected, and the energy to work together with others to achieve such goals, then WE NEED YOU!

Make a change – become a Parish Councillor.

To request an application form, please contact Keyworth Parish Council at office@keyworthparishcouncil.org or write to: The Clerk, Keyworth Parish Council, Village Hall, Elm Avenue, Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, NG12 5AN, or telephone: 0115 937 2185.

Applications close at 1:00pm on Friday 17th January 2020.

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