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There is so much going on in Kegworth!

The Parish Council as well as many unpaid volunteers strive to make Kegworth a better place to live, work and visit.

Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and all that is going on in the village. We hope that our website provides you with all the information you are looking for. If not, please contact us or call into our offices on Monday 9am - 1.30pm, Tuesday and Thursday 9am - 4pm and Wednesday 9am - 12 noon.

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Check out our What's On page for details of all upcoming events in Kegworth.

Latest News

Volunteer Weeding at SideLey Park

Volunteer Weeding at SideLey Park

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 08:53 by Vicky Roe

Your help would be much appreciated on Thursday 29th March 018 from 9am onwards to help with weeding on SideLey Park.

Please dress appropriately and bring your own gloves, small tools and refreshments. More »

If you are unable to come along on the 29th March but would like to be a 'friend of the Park' and help with the upkeep, the Parish Council would love to hear from you.

Other organised weeding days are due to take place during 2018 from March to October, the dates will be published shortly. » Less

Wildlife Gardening Course - Monday 30th April

Wildlife Gardening Course - Monday 30th April

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 08:23 by Vicky Roe

FREE course. Learn about the importance of gardens as a habitat, and how to tweak or even remodel yours to maximise its wildlife value!

EGM - Heritage Centre - Friday 23rd March at 7pm

EGM - Heritage Centre - Friday 23rd March at 7pm

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 07:51 by Vicky Roe

URGENT NOTICE. Kegworth Heritage Centre is holding an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) on Friday 23rd at 7pm, at its premises at 52 High Street.

After the recent AGM, they only have two committee members. Under their constitution and the rules of the Charity Commission, this is not sufficient in order to be able to continue. More »

The positives taken from the AGM are that there is interest from new volunteers and the Centre already has ambitious plans. They just need people to help put them into place. At the EGM, they hope to vote on new committee members, hopefully reaching the minimum of 5.

If you have any spare time at all, no matter how small to help volunteer in any way, and if you have an interest in preventing the Heritage Centre from closing down permanently, then please go along. » Less