Welcome to the Thurgarton village website. The website's aim is to provide all the information you need about this Nottinghamshire village. You can find out about village life, our history, local news, events and organisations. There is information about the village hall, our two churches and you can keep up to date with Parish Council news.
We hope you enjoy your visit.
Red Lion Planning Application... has been approved. Thurgarton Parish Council had voted to reject plans for several reasons including concerns over the retention of the pub for the village. I am delighted to report that one of the conditions of the planning permission is that "no more than 2 residential dwellings shall be occupied until the ground and first floor refurbishment works to the public house have been completed such that the public house is fit for occupation and trading."
The reason given is "to ensure the former pub building is brought back into use in the interests of visual amenity, to ensure the retention of a community facility and in order to preserve the character and appearance of the Conservation Area."
New Parish Councillor... Chris Peach, was voted to be co-opted on to the Council.
Neighbourhood Plan... many thanks to the 91 parishioners who responded to the pre-submission survey, the overall result was that the vast majority supported all the proposed policies. As a result of this feedback a number of alterations were made resulting in the Thurgarton Neighbourhood Plan, Submission version which was submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council along with the Consultation Statement and Basic Conditions Statement. These documents are available both on the village web site and at Southwell Library.
Thurgarton Emergency Plan (TEP)... Councillor Natalie Robinson is arranging a meeting on 28th Feb for all TEP Co-ordinators and Deputies to review TEP processes and provide an update to the TEP village database. The TEP needs a new person to perform the role of Base, this is central to the co-ordination and communication of the TEP in the event of any emergency. If you are interested in taking this role please contact me ASAP.
Precept... will be increased for the year 17/18 from the current £24.60 per year per household (for a Band D property) to £26.98 per year per household (for a Band D property). Other Band properties will see a proportionate increase. This decision was taken in light of the year 17/18 being underfunded in order to achieve basic village maintenance works and to bring the precept paid in Thurgarton more in line with other local villages.
Date of Next Meeting...The next meeting of Thurgarton Parish Council will be on Thursday, 23rd February at 7.30 pm in the Methodist Chapel.
Tina Tsoukatos, Chair, Thurgarton Parish Council
The first meeting this year is on THURSDAY 12th January 2017 with Radio Nottingham Gardening Expert – John Stirland.
Thurgarton Parish Council seeks a personable, enthusiastic, and energetic team worker with an interest in the local community for the post of Clerk to the Parish Council.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that two vacancies exist in the office of Parish Councillor for Thurgarton Parish Council.
The Parish Council is looking to co-opt another Councillor. Please click here for further information.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that one vacancy exists in the office of Parish Councillor for Thurgarton Parish Council. Please click here for more information.
THURGARTON Parish Council is made up of seven parish councillors. Following the resignation of Councillor N Harris, the Council now has a vacancy
THURGARTON CC Annual Dave Berry Quiz on Friday 26th February
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