Balderton Parish Council
Balderton is one of the largest villages in Nottinghamshire, and is still growing. The village has a large range of amenities including a comprehensive school, two primary schools and several nurseries, a leisure centre, library, numerous supermarkets and shops to cater for most requirements.
Find the council office at: The Balderton Village Centre, Coronation Street, Balderton NG24 3BD.
Clerk: Mrs Cheryl Davison-Lyth
Telephone: 01636 703626
Council office open 10am - 12 noon, Monday-Friday. By appointment only outside these times.
Balderton village centre
Balderton village centre is an ideal venue for conferences and meetings, wedding receptions and parties. It includes eight changing rooms with showers for sports users as well as separate rooms for referees. Conditions of hire (PDF File, 21kb)
The hall can accommodate 150-180 people seated at round tables for wedding receptions and parties, and approximately 250 people seated for conferences and meetings. It can also be divided into two smaller rooms.
For details on availability and hire rates, or to make a booking, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01636 703626.
The parish council rents land from the Southwell Diocese to provide allotments at reasonable rates. If you live in Balderton and are interested in taking an allotment , you can apply to the council office, although there is a considerable waiting list. The current rent is £15 per year.
All councillors must declare any private interests that may cause conflict when making council decisions. See the Balderton Register of Members Interests (PDF File, 12,384kb)
Latest agendas and minutes
Clerk / Chairman's Comments
If you would like to view previous agendas, minutes or financial information, please contact the Parish Clerk.
There are a number of defibrillators in Balderton. These are located at:
- Chuter Ede School Gates - Wolfit Avenue
- Cricket Club next to the Village Centre - Coronation St
- Sainsbury’s supermarket - London Road
- The Grove Inn - London Road
- Well Pharmacy - Main Street
- William Ghent House - Wilfred Avenue
These are available around the clock; each stored in a secure, coded box.
If you find an unconscious person who is not breathing call 999.
- the ambulance control will give you the code for the defibrillator box nearest you
- commence resuscitation with chest compression and send a person with the code to fetch the defibrillator
- once the defibrillator arrives switch on and follow the voice commands
The Parish Council has a number of sandbags available to provide initial, temporary, assistance for householders in the event of forecast flooding.
The emergency store keyholder contacts are now Mrs Lydia Hurst 07855 544615 and Mr Mac Mallard 07703 952444.
Volunteers wanted for Balderton community support
Would you like to volunteer to provide support to members of your community? Or do you need help.
This could be for:
- shopping for essentials
- a friendly chat
- prescription collections
- other errands
To find out more contact Nick Fairfax by emailing email@example.com or calling 07487 241596.