COVID-19 Vaccinations in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
Please follow the link for more details of the COVID-19 vaccine roll out, which is starting now.
YOUR VILLAGE NEEDS YOU
to carry on being a great neighbour
We know that across the village the people of Keyworth have done a tremendous job in supporting their friends and neighbours.
Covid-19 has not gone away and we need you to carry on giving this support. The Keyworth Covid-19 Street Network is a comprehensive network of mutual aid coordinators and volunteers covering the village.
If you are already part of it, Thank You!
Please make sure that your street coordinator knows that you are ready and able to help.
Are you now able to volunteer some time to help in your neighbourhood and not already aware of who looks after your road?
Go to www.keyworth.org to volunteer!
YOUR EFFORT IS CRUCIAL
(We have limited capacity and will respond as soon as we can.)
Keyworth Covid-19 Street Network is a comprehensive network of mutual aid coordinators and volunteers covering the entire village.
We can help you with:
Picking up shopping
A friendly phone call
There is someone in your neighbourhood ready to help you.
If you don't already know the name of your street coordinator then go to www.keyworth.org
Call: 0115 678 3324 (Dial the number including area code in full)
Keyworth Parish Council's COVID-19 Risk Assessment
KEYWORTH PARISH COUNCIL COVID 19 RA UPDATED 18.03.21 (PDF, 622 Kb)
Keyworth Parish Council's COVID-19 risk assessment in respect of using the Village Hall facilities. updated 18 March 2021
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Keyworth Parish Council takes the management of personal data seriously and it does this in compliance with data protection laws. The information you supply will only be used to enable us to coordinate a community wide response to the COVID-19 crisis. We will never share personally identifiable information with third parties for promotional purposes, however, in order to deliver a service to you we may need to share your information with the people you will be helping and other local volunteers.
We will keep your personal information for the duration of the current COVID-19 crisis. After this time, your personal information will be deleted from Parish Council records. For further information about how your data is used and stored, please write to:
Keyworth Parish Council, Elm Avenue, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5AN.
or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner's Office at www.ico.org.uk
Update on COVID-19 Volunteer Campaign
Thank you so much for responding to our "Your Village Needs You" campaign. In just one week we have had a superb response and I am incredibly impressed by the people of Keyworth for stepping forward at this unprecedented time and proud to live in a village with such great community spirit.
As I am sure you can imagine, there is a great deal of coordination to do and we have prioritised our activities as follows:
First: we are making sure that anyone who called for immediate help is supported by being matched with a volunteer.
Second: we are currently working on our main aim, to make sure that every person who needs help has the phone numbers of close neighbours to call on and to look out for those most vulnerable among us.
Some of you have already organised yourself to do this and have volunteered to act as Street Coordinators. That is fantastic and something we want to see replicated across the village.
Third: we will be back in touch with more specific support and guidance as soon as we can, in the meantime keep doing what you are doing and looking out for each other.
I was immensely moved and humbled to call myself a resident of this village at 8.00pm yesterday evening listening to the applause and bells as the village and the nation expressed their gratitude to all those front line workers who are keeping our Country and NHS going.
Thank you all for being part of the Keyworth team and for everything you are doing. With your help we will make sure that no one in Keyworth goes through this alone.
Keyworth Parish Council
Remember - if you need help OR if you can offer help, contact us on:
Phone: 0115 937 4811 to leave a voice message.
SKATE PARK AND ACTIVITY AREA CLOSED
Due to Coronavirus social distancing guidelines, we are taking the precaution of closing the Skate Park and Activity Area for the time being.
Stay safe - stay 2 metres apart.
Thank you for responsible behaviour.
NOTTINGHAM ROAD PLAY AREA CLOSED
Due to Coronavirus social distancing guidelines, we are taking the precaution of closing the Nottingham Road play area for the time being.
PEOPLE OF KEYWORTH ARE STEPPING UP!
Lots of volunteer help has been offered already and we are compiling a database. We will shortly be in touch to help the volunteers to organise.
Thank you for stepping up in this hour of need.
Keyworth Parish Council thanks you!
DUE TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) THE KEYWORTH PARISH COUNCIL OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Staff are, however, still working from home and all services will be provided as normal, as far as possible.
All council meetings are cancelled until further notice
To contact the council please use one of the following options
Telephone: 0115 9372185 and leave a message
Letters: Please post through the office door
All messages and letters will be checked on a daily basis
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR HELP FOR THE VULNERABLE DURING THIS PERIOD, AND ALSO FOR INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN HELP
YOUR VILLAGE NEEDS YOU!
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) CRISIS
Keyworth Parish Council is working to ensure no one faces this unprecedented time alone.
We are working to coordinate individuals and groups offering support, to ensure everyone in Keyworth has somewhere to turn to at this time.
If you can volunteer to collect shopping or medication, post mail, or check up on neighbours by phone, walk dogs, then please contact Keyworth Parish Council at:
Phone: 0115 937 4811 to leave a voice message.
Please click here to find out the latest advice on the Coronavirus illness.
VE DAY CANCELLATION
We are sad to announce that due to the Coronavirus emergency and Government guidance that we must postpone the VE Day community celebrations due to take place on the bank holiday weekend of 8th May.