Parish Tree Scheme

Rushcliffe Borough Council are to adopt a Parish Tree Scheme as part of an initiative to increase the number of trees in the Borough. Each Parish Council will be provided with up to ten native trees over the next three years free of charge.

Aslockton Parish Council have very kindly offered to dedicate their allocation to be planted on the playing field. Whatton Parish Council have agreed to this as joint land owners with Aslockton Parish Council.

Further news will be published when more details are known.

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Volunteers Required

Volunteers are required who have a knowledge of DIY to assist the Committee in minor repairs to the pavilion and playing field equipment.

If you can spare a few hours we would love to hear from you.

Please telephone 07905423748 if you can help.

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Whatton Resident Vacancy

The Whatton & Aslockton Playing Field Trust Committee currently has a vacancy for a member of the public to represent Whatton.

The role requires that the member attends meetings held monthly at The Cranmer Arms in Aslockton and register a declaration or acceptance and willingness to act for the benefit of the charity in the daily management of the playing field.

Please contact Paul Brown at

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Welcome to our site

Welcome to the website for the Whatton and Aslockton Playing Field Trust.
Please have a look around.

We do value your opinion let us know want you think about this site.

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