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Welcome to the official website for the village of Egmanton in Nottinghamshire, UK.

Residents of the village are invited to register to allow them to see restricted pages and to comment on issues of interest.

Egmanton Parish Meeting

Egmanton Village Hall – 8pm Thursday 6th September 2018


To follow

The draft minutes from Meeting of 2nd August are now available.

The Parish Meeting documents are available on the Parish Meeting page.

Book Exchange

A book exchange has been started in the Defibrillator box (the old phone box) on the village green.

Drop any used books off and take others in exchange.

Egmanton Book Club

Sandie Bunnell is trying to set up an informal book club for Egmanton, which would meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month at individuals' houses.

Click here for further details.

Egfest Sat 11th August 2-8PM at Egmanton Village Hall


Amazon has recently launched a service called AmazonSmile. This allows you to use your Amazon account for purchases exactly as normal, except that Amazon donates 0.5% of your net purchase price for qualifying purchases (which are marked 'Eligible for smile.amazon.co.uk') to a charity that you choose from a list.

To use the service just go to smile.amazon.co.uk instead of www.amazon.com. If you click on the word Supporting in the top bar, you can choose your charity to support and see full details.

Best Kept Nottinghamshire Village Competition

Dear Egmanton resident,

Egmanton has been entered in the “Best kept Nottinghamshire village” competition. Can you help?

  • Judging takes place in June
  • Please consider joining the working party headed by resident Janette Tate – jtate@post.com - 948597 or Steve Hewitt – sthewitt@sky.com - 872124
  • First task is a re-paint of the village posts and railings
  • Second job is a litter pick and verge tidy
  • Do you have ideas to make our village more attractive?
  • Do you have any flowering plants or shrubs or containers to offer?
  • How do we get the younger generation involved?

The main objective of the scheme is to foster pride in village life and encourage a community spirit

Yours sincerely,

John G Smith – parish clerk

6th May 2018