Keyworth Conservation Area
For information from the Rushcliffe Borough Council website.
Farms, Barns & Rural Buildings
The following photographs are courtesy of Keith Barton.
George Martyn's Threshing Barn: erected 1651; originally thatched; a listed building.
The interior: of a type unique in Nottinghamshire; Queen-post collared rafter structure.
No19 Main Street: a late Georgian Town House c.1790; listed.
Attenborough's Yard: 19th century Frameknitter's Cottages; the last surviving of several in Keyworth.
Wysall Lane: 19th century Frameknitter's Workshop: one of two remaining in Keyworth; both listed.
64 Main Street: originally two semi-detached early 18th century cottages with a passage between.
Nottingham Road: K6 Telephone Box: by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the designer of St. Pancras Hotel, London.
No longer in service, but purchased for a nominal sum by the Parish Council, and now houses a defibrillator.
If you have any concerns regarding, the condition of the kiosk, contact Steve Mottishaw, Facilities Manager:
0115 9372185 (9am to 5pm, weekdays)