Keyworth Parish Council

Serving the village of Keyworth


Clerk: Michelle Law
Village Hall, Elm Avenue
Keyworth, Nottinghamshire
NG12 5AN

Tel: 0115 937 2185

Village Hall News

Revised Hire charges 2013/14

Revised hire charges for the Village Hall, Centenary Lounge and Feignies Room have been approved, to take effect from 1st April 2013. Click here for further details.

Village Hall toilets refurbished

At its meeting on 5th March, the Council gave the go ahead to refurbishment of the ladies' and gents' toilets in the Village Hall. The work has finally been completed, and we hope visitors will agree that the toilets are now looking much smarter and more up to date. Click here for photographs.

Centenary Lounge Kitchen Improvements

The Centenary Lounge kitchen has been refurbished, and we hope visitors will agree that the it's now much smarter and more modern than it was before.

Building Work - Village Hall/Centenary Lounge

The much needed repairs to the retaining wall alongside the Village Hall/Centenary Lounge have now been completed. We apologise for any inconvenience to hirers and visitors while the work was underway, but hope everyone will appreciate that the work was essential from a health & safety point of view.

Revised Hire Charges/Conditions of Hire

Revised charges have been fixed for the hire of Council premises (Village Hall, Centenary Lounge, Feignies Room, etc.) with effect from 1st April 2012. In most cases, fees will increase by about 5%, roughly in line with the increase in the retail prices index (RPI) over the past twelve months; the increases are necessary to keep pace with overheads which, in some cases (e.g. electricity bills), have been rising much faster than the rate of inflation.

New conditions of hire have also been approved; click here to see them along with the new scale of charges.

Free wifi at the Village Hall

Click here for details.

Village Hall Bar Refurbishment

The major refurbishment of the bar at the Village Hall is now complete. We apologise for any inconvenience to hirers who were unable to use the bar while the work was in progress, but hope everyone will agree that it is now much smarter and more welcoming. Click here for photographs.