Clipstone Parish Council is made up of 9 elected councillors.
A full list of Councillors and their contact details can be found Here.
The full Parish Council meets on the second Wednesday of every month (except for August) in the Village Hall. The agenda for each meeting is posted on the website but also displayed in the local library, Post Office and on the three Council notice boards. These are situated outside the Village Hall on Church Road, outside the Cooperative store on Mansfield Road and on Cavendish estate.
If you would like to receive a copy of the agenda, please contact the Parish Clerk on 01623 626857 or via
The schedule of meetings can be found Here.
Clipstone Parish Council employs three part-time workers to manage and maintain the land and buildings it owns. The tasks they carry out include grounds maintenance, cleaning and basic repair work.
The Parish Workers also pick up litter from public areas on a rota basis so each part of the Village is tidied on a four weekly cycle. This service is intended to supplement that offered by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Other services include:
The Parish Council has established a Parish Office in the Village Hall on Church Road. The Parish Office is run by the Parish Clerk and open as follows:
Monday & Tuesday mornings
Wednesday & Thursday afternoons
subject to change, please ring to check.
Clipstone Parish Council owns and manages:-
The cemetery situated off the junction of First Avenue, Forest Road and Highfield Road
The village hall situated on Church Road. The Village Hall contains a large main hall, meeting room, kitchen and toilet facilities. It is available for hire for meetings, functions and sporting activities.
The former Squash and Sauna centre is situated on Church Road, next to the Youth Club. This building is currently leased by a private enterprise.
The playing field situated off Highfield Road.
As well as the Parish Council, there are two tiers of local government working in Clipstone – Nottinghamshire County Council and Newark & Sherwood District Council.
The County Council has responsibility for strategic, cross Nottinghamshire matters such as Education, Highways and Social Services, including the library service.
For more information or to contact the County Council please go to their website County Council Website
Alternatively call them on 0300 500 80 80
The District Council has responsibility for more local issues such as refuse collection, planning, housing and leisure services, including Vicar Water Country Park.
To contact the District Council please go to their website District Council Website.
Alternatively call them on 01636 650000
The services of all three organisations are paid for by residents through their Council Tax and by local businesses through their non-domestic rates.
For more information about other community based organisations, please go to the Community Directory section of this website Here.
Tel: 01623 626857
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