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For more information on local groups and organisations, click on the highlighted names below

Community Groups

Muskham Art Group

A local group of art enthusiasts, our artistic leanings cover all media from Watercolours to Oils and Acrylics, and on to Pastels and Pen and Ink. So, whatever your tastes you will find someone in the group who shares your interest.  Meetings are every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at South Muskham Village Hall from 09:45 am to 12:15 pm for demonstrations, talks and, of course, to paint.


Local Councils and Services

Nottinghamshire County Council is responsible for services across the whole county, including education, transport, planning, fire and public safety, social care, libraries, waste management and trading standards. Telephone  0300 500 8080

Newark & Sherwood District Council is the second tier of local government and provides services such as rubbish collection, recycling, council tax collections, housing, planning applications, car parking, leisure and environmental health. Telephone 01636 650000

Rights of Way are managed by the County Council.  You can walk on all public rights of way and some are also open to horse riders, cyclists or motorists.  More information on the different types of Public Rights of Way, where they are, reporting a problem or finding out about temporary closures can be accessed via the link above.  A map of the Rights of Way in our parish can be found on the Parish Council Publications page of this site.  Please note that copyright to the map is held by Notts County Council and it should not be reproduced, copied, edited or shared.