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Casual Vacancy

Casual Vacancy for 4 Parish Councillors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act …
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Consultation admission arrangements

Nottinghamshire’s consultation admission arrangements 2023-2024 Nottinghamshire’s annual consultation on admission arrangements is now open and I write to ask for …
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Notice on Dog Fouling

Notice on Dog Fouling The Parish Council has a duty of care to all residents and will take up their …
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Safe Speeds on our Roads

From Monday 2 March, TfL roads in central London will be changing their speed limit to 20mph. This is to …
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Coronavirus

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Elston Village today

Elston is an historic Nottinghamshire farming village. Today it’s a conservation village and a thriving community just south of the historic town of Newark and Trent, off the A46.

The location offers the benefits of a tranquil rural community but within easy travelling distance to the main centres of Nottingham and Lincoln, the main trunk road of the AI, and the East Coast Mainline rail network at Newark.

Photo view of Elton Village - Elston Chapel
Photo view of Elton Village - Elston Village Hall
Photo view of Elton Village - Elston Windmill
Photo view of Elton Village - All Saints Church

Elston has a welcoming, friendly community spirit, having its own Anglican/Methodist All Saints primary school and a pre-school. There are three churches, a Village Hall, a general store; and a public house undergoing acquisition as a community pub.

Village life has much to offer with a community Sports Field, a Football Club, Allotment Society, Garden Club, WI, and The Pentagon History Society all with a full agenda of activities and events. There is also an historic Almshouse which has been fully modernised for those in need of inexpensive accommodation.

The Village Hall and Green is well used and is a meeting venue for a variety of local community groups and a place for regular evening entertainment. It can be hired for a variety of functions by anyone from the village or surrounding areas and has a licensed bar and commercial kitchen.