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posted 10 Jun 2022, 08:56 by Peter Cadwallader

The plan is for the opening day on July 8th a Friday ! 
There will be a live band, face painting, bouncy castle and a bungee run for the adults. Glass of bubbly on arrival! 
The food in the restaurant will be a rustic gastro menu. With some great pub classics. 
The new website is currently being built but you could always get up to date news by their website www.gillysfishbar.co.uk 
Look out for the FB page to coming soon !!! 

Nevile Arms

posted 10 Jun 2022, 05:02 by Peter Cadwallader

Pleased to announce that the Neville arms is under new management. And will be open for July with a big family open day!

Annual Parish Meeting

posted 26 Apr 2022, 08:46 by Peter Cadwallader

Kinoulton's Annual Parish Meeting will be held at 7.30pm on Friday 29th April in Kinoulton Village Hall. All parishioners are welcome and the agenda is attached below together with the minutes of last year's meeting.

Roadworks Bulletin May & June

posted 23 Apr 2022, 04:49 by Peter Cadwallader

Attached are details of the forthcoming road closures of Gardner Drive, Newbold Way and Meadow Way, Kinoulton.

For any enquiries please use the contact details provided in the bulletin.

Restrictions applied daily, weekdays only 07:30 – 15:30
Wednesday 11th May 2022 – Friday 20th May 2022
a. Gardner Drive – for its full length
Monday 23rd May 2022 – Friday 3rd June 2022
b. Newbold Way – between its junctions with Gardner Drive and Meadow Way
Monday 6th June 2022 – Tuesday 14th June 2022
c. Meadow Way – between its junctions with Main Street and Newbold Way

Nottinghamshire County Show - May 14

posted 18 Apr 2022, 05:08 by Peter Cadwallader

Fun, food and farming on offer at the Nottinghamshire County Show
With its mix of fun, food and farming, the Nottinghamshire County Show has always been a great family day out – and it’s back for 2022!
Perfect for children keen to see farmyard animals up close and learn about countryside life, the event takes place on May 14 at the Newark Showground.
It’s being billed as a showcase of the best of what Nottinghamshire has to offer, including a food and drink festival, shopping and craft stalls, a dog show, countryside games and even a wacky lawnmower race.
Save now and book your advanced tickets online at www.nottinghamshirecountyshow.com. Admission is free for children aged 16 and under, for more information please visit our website.  

Village Hall AGM

posted 16 Apr 2022, 04:28 by Peter Cadwallader

The Annual General Meeting of the Kinoulton Village Hall Committee will take place on Wednesday 27th April 2022 in the Village Hall Kinoulton, at 7.30 pm. 
All residents of Kinoulton are welcome to attend. 
If you would like to join the Committee please contact Anne (81435) or Elizabeth (81501).

200 Club

posted 11 Apr 2022, 03:53 by Peter Cadwallader

Annual Draw

£300     125       Robert Tiplady
£200     85         Hannah Markham
£100     111       Carol Nixon

January Draw

£25       7            Sandra Seymour
£15       77         Allison Flint
£10       38         Gillian Garratt

Kinoulton Pantomime - March 11 & 12

posted 29 Jan 2022, 07:41 by Peter Cadwallader

Kinoulton Players are pleased to announce that, after a short break of 16 years, we are back to present a family friendly pantomime in March 2022.

The pantomime is Snow White and the Lockdown Lodgers – yes, it’s a pantomime about a pandemic – featuring all the favourites: Snow White of course, the Wicked stepmother and her Magic Mirror, Poisoned food, a Hero, the ‘Dwarf’ Lodgers, the King and, of course, Dog!

Performances will be Friday 11th March at 7pm, Saturday 12th March at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets are £6 for an adult, £3 for a child or £15 for a family. Contact Jan on 0194981507 or Julia on 01949 81971 to reserve your place.

There will be laughs (sometimes at the jokes), tears, slapstick, music and ‘singing and dancing’ and celebration… and a licensed bar.

Rehearsals have started and we look forward to seeing you in March.

Proceeds to Kinoulton Village Hall and Grantham Canal Water Restoration.

Watercourses on or next to your property

posted 19 Jan 2022, 03:49 by Peter Cadwallader

Watercourses help manage surface water, prevent flooding and improve habitats for wildlife so it’s important to keep them clear and well maintained.
Rivers, brooks, streams, culverts and roadside ditches are all watercourses even if they don’t contain water all year round. If you have any of these running through, underneath or next to your property it’s your responsibility to look after them. 
The legal term for this is Riparian Ownership.
See attached leaflet from Notts County Council including:
  • Your rights and responsibilities as a riparian owner?
  • What are the common problems that can affect a watercourse?
  • What happens if I don’t undertake my riparian responsibilities? 
  • Can I make changes to a watercourse? 
  • Further information and contacts.

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