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Langwith Parish Council

Serving the people of Langwith

Clerk/RFO: Ian Boulton
Whaley Thorns Village Hall
Portland Road, Langwith
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
NG20 9EZ

Tel: 01623 746498

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    The Langwith Parish Council office is situated inside the Whaley Thorns and Langwith Village Hall.

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    Village Hall

    Our hall is available to hire for any occasion

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    Meeting Room

Langwith Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Langwith a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Halloween Party !!

Halloween Party !!

Come and join us at our Halloween Party on Thursday 26th October 2017 from 6pm - 8pm.

There will be refreshments for sale, disco, fancy dress and prizes for the best fancy dress!

This is a free event but you will need a ticket which you can collect from our offices!

Langwith and Whaley Thorns Village Hall, Portland Rd, Langwith.

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 11:56 by Aleah Bates

Upcoming Events

Keep your eyes peeled for some up coming events here at the village hall !!

After last years brilliant turnout at the Halloween Party we have decided to do it all again!

We will be holding a Christmas Market too!!

All of these will be advertised later on in the year and we hope to see you all again!!

Thu, 10 Aug 2017 12:04 by Aleah Bates


The Parish Council has asked that Derbyshire County Council place a pedestrian crossing on the A632 at the bottom of Dale Close. The Bus stop is on a blind corner and it is extremely unsafe for people of all ages to cross the busy road.

This was Steve Dungworth, Senior Technician at Derbyshire County Council's response.

In order for a controlled crossing to be installed at this site the location must meet certain criteria relating to the number of pedestrians crossing A632 versus More »

the number of vehicles using the A632. Whilst the traffic flows on the A632 may be heavy, the number of pedestrians crossing the A632 highway to access the

bus stop is not sufficient to justify a controlled crossing costing in the region of £20,000 - £30,000.

Derbyshire County Council had a similar request for a crossing over Crow Lane in the middle of Chesterfield outside the railway station and whilst the traffic

flows were less than the traffic flows on the A632, the number of pedestrians wishing to cross Crow Lane were far higher than the number of pedestrians wishing

to cross the A632 to access the bus stop and even this location had nowhere near the required ratio of pedestrians to vehicles to justify the installation of a controlled crossing.

The Parish Council do not consider ratio's should be compared to lives. We will continue to pursue this issue. » Less

Fri, 28 Jul 2017 13:23 by Ian Boulton