Coffee Morning at The Boot & Shoe Inn

Coffee Morning at The Boot & Shoe Inn

Coffee Morning at The Boot & Shoe Inn, Flintham
Meeting every 4 weeks from 11am to coincide with the Library Van visit.

12:15pm Wednesdays on: April 10th, May 8th, June 5th, July 3rd, July 31st, August 28th, Sep 25th, Oct 23rd, November 20th, December 18th 2024.

A Crochet/Craft Group meet at: The Boot and Shoe Inn on alternate Fridays 1pm-3pm Contact Sue for more details.
Contact Sue Clayton: 01636 525641

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Flintham Primary School Pre-School Play

Flintham Primary School Pre-School Play Sessions

FPS Pre-School Play Sessions

We would like to invite any pre-school children (aged 2 and above) and their family to our new pre-school sessions.

The sessions will be planned once a term and will be advertised on our website. The dates for the up and coming sessions are: 10 May and 25 June.

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Looking for a small village primary school for your child?

Looking for a small village primary school for your child?

Looking for a small village primary school for your child?

We have places in our Early Years class for 3 to 4 year olds. Flintham is a small village primary school rated at 'Good' by Ofsted (Dec 2022)

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New Councillors

We are looking for two new councillors

Poster - become a Parish Councillor


Safety warning

68% of all blankets tested failed basic safety checks during our testing event

We know that there are still thousands more in people's homes throughout the Nottinghamshire. Two Nottinghamshire residents lost their lives last winter due to fires started by faulty electric blankets and we want to try and stop this happening again.

Our materials are free of charge and aim to spread the message of the dangers of electric blankets and what to look out for when buying new blankets.

Download a pdf copy of it here.


Early morning Bird Walk delight

Early morning Bird Walk delight

Early Morning Walk photo

The Spring bird walk on 29th April was blessed this year with some beautiful sunny skies and despite the late arrival of most migrant species due to  unfavourable weather conditions, it didn’t spoil the the morning’s enjoyment.

The walk started at the bus turning area by the Spinney and progressed around the perimeter toward the footbridge over the main road. Despite the traffic noise, we could still pick out the beautiful refrain of a cock Song Thrush perched on a treetop within the scrub.


Crossing the footbridge, we entered the grounds of Flintham Hall, thanks once again to the generosity of Sir Robert Hildyard. A circular walk took us past the noisy rookery by the edge of the old road and into the woods round to the ice house to view the fields and lake to the south.

As the morning progressed we began to hear the familiar strains of our native birds including Wood Pigeon, Blackbird, Chaffinch, Great Tit and Wren, interspersed occasionally with  Blackcap and Chiffchaff; two species once restricted to summer visitation but which now commonly overwinter due to our milder climate. Other arboreal species such as Goldcrest, Treecreeper  and Coal Tit were also heard by us on our walk along with distant drumming of Great Spotted Woodpecker and the ‘Yaffle’ of its big brother, the Green Woodpecker.


Early Morning Walk photo

The morning will be best remembered  for the wonderful carpet of Bluebells throughout the grounds and the decorative shrubs that Sir Robert pointed out to us to near the Hall before we strolled back to the North Lodge, returning to the turning circle through the main part of the Spinney -  hopefully a bountiful wildlife  environment that villagers will always be able to enjoy without future encroachment from building development.

(Photos by Phil Dewey)



Filming at Flintham

Screenshots from movie filmed in Flintham

Exciting news - Filming at Flintham Hall

The making of a brand new feature film is taking place at Flintham Estate. Read all about it in the article below.

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The last movie to be filmed at Flintham Hall was in Jan - March 2008 called Easy Virtue



Supporting Voluntary groups

We are the Voluntary Sector Development Team, and we would like to introduce ourselves to you, to let you know that we are here to support you and the voluntary sector organisations, groups, or clubs that work with children and young people in Nottinghamshire.

We would like to reach as many play/youth settings across the county as possible, following the covid pandemic many play/youth settings are just going back to normal, we can support groups by developing committees, reviewing policies, and finding out about funding opportunities.

We are hoping you could promote our service through your local networks and together we can increase opportunities for local children and young people.

Please see the link below that provides further details on how we can support the voluntary sector.

The Voluntary Sector Development Team can work with groups to:

  • Develop existing organisations/groups
  • Identify the legal requirements that are compulsory for voluntary sector groups/organisations g. policies and training
  • Help with the recruitment of Volunteers /Committee Members
  • Identifying funding and support you with your applications
  • Signpost you to training
  • Help apply for DBS clearance for volunteers and paid staff

Please find attached a leaflet about our service and what it can offer groups. We would be most grateful if you can share the information attached with colleagues, groups, and others who may find it useful.

If you have any questions or want any more information please email the team at

Lee Marshall
Voluntary Sector Development Technical Specialist Bilsthorpe Young People's Centre,
Eakring Road, Nottinghamshire NG22 SPY


Parish Council Meetings 2022

Dates of forthcoming parish council meetings are as follows:

27 June
8 August
26 September
14 November


Governor Vacancy Flintham Primary School Local Governing Body

Flintham Primary School is a member of Equals Trust, a Primary Multi Academy Trust based in the districts of Gedling and Rushcliffe in Nottinghamshire.

Do you have an interest in the strategic direction of local education?

Could you provide challenge and support to the Headteacher of Flintham Primary School?

The Local Governing Body of Flintham Primary School is looking for a Trust appointed governor to help lead the school. Governors have delegated authority to make strategic decisions based on the needs of the school.

Flintham Primary School is a small village school with its own identity, serving a unique community. We welcome enquiries from the community to join the membership of the Local Governing Body

Please call or email Catherine Cox, Trust Compliance Manager on 0115 9143211 ext 203 or email for further information