Annual Parish Meeting

This meeting will take place on THURSDAY MAY 26, 2022 at 7.00pm in the Jubilee Hall.

The agenda is as follows:

  • Apologies
  • Minutes from previous parish meeting
  • Chairman’s report
  • Financial report
  • Matters raised by the public.

Devolution & Boundary Review

Devolution & Boundary Review

Documents detailing firstly the  and a response to LGBCE's RBC proposals can be found on the documents page under the Parish Council menu or by clicking on the link below.

Further information on draft recommendations



As you may be aware the Care Industry is looking to recruit people to help out their short staffed businesses.
If you are able to help, please contact Nottinghamshire County Council at

Casual Vacancy

We have a CASUAL VACANCY existing on Whatton parish council and you are invited to apply.

As a local councillor you can become a voice for your village as you would represent the interests of your community.

Download further details

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Recent and upcoming changes
5 November
National restrictions apply to England

  • You cannot meet socially with anyone indoors unless they’re in your support bubble.
  • There are changes to how many people you can meet outside
  • You must not travel in the UK or overseas, unless for a specific reason, like education, work or a caring responsibility
  • Clinically extremely vulnerable people are advised to stay at home, except for exercise or essential health appointments.

Parish Council Meetings

Your Parish Council meets regularly to discuss matters concerning Whatton and it's residents. You can get information about what is going to be discussed from the Agendas Page and of course the substance of that discussion from the Minutes Page on this site.

National restrictions from 5 November

Applies to: England (see guidance for WalesScotland and Northern Ireland)

COVID-19 case numbers are rising rapidly across the whole of the UK and in other countries. We must act now to control the spread of the virus. The single most important action we can all take to fight coronavirus is to stay at home, to protect the NHS and save lives.

When we reduce our day-to-day contact with other people, we reduce the spread of the infection. That is why, from Thursday 5 November until Wednesday 2 December, you must:

  1. Stay at home, except for specific purposes.
  2. Avoid meeting people you do not live with, except for specific purposes.
  3. Close certain businesses and venues.

These new measures will reduce the growth rate of the virus, which will:

  • prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed
  • ensure schools, colleges and universities can stay open
  • ensure that as many people as possible can continue to work

On Thursday 5 November these national restrictions replaced the Local Covid Alert Level measures.

The new measures will apply nationally for four weeks up to and including Wednesday 2 December. At the end of that period, we will return to a regional approach, based on the latest data.

These measures will be underpinned by law. Police and other authorities will have powers to give fines and break up gatherings.

You can help to protect your friends and family by downloading the NHS COVID-19 App to keep updated on the latest guidance from Thursday 5 November

What 3 Words

We are encouraging our community to download the what3words app on their phones in case they need to call 999.

Every 3 metre square has been assigned 3 words so that it makes it easier for services like the police or ambulance etc to find you as they can pick this up from your phone call.

The app is totally free to download and use, you can download it on iOS or Android App Stores.

You can find more information at the What 3 Words website