Hello and welcome to Pinxton
Pinxton is a small village on the eastern side of Derbyshire, with a few acres still in Nottinghamshire. The inventor John King lived in Pinxton. He made the mine cage safety detaching hook, which became world famous, and his old workshop was converted into a small museum. The church of St Helen partly dates from medieval times and possibly stands on the site of a small castle that once existed here. The population of Pinxton is currently 4202, with 2083 males and 2119 females.
Today, the coal mines and lime kilns have gone but the community spirit common to mining villages remains. Click below to find out more about Pinxton…
Parish Council meetings are held at Pinxton Village Hall, 3 Kirkstead Road, Pinxton on the third Wednesday in the month and start at 7.00 pm. The public are welcome at the meetings and there is an opportunity at the start of the meeting for public participation.
Bunch of keys handed in, found up near the cemetery. There is a Ford fold away key, two more van door keys, house keys, A fob to be able to start the car/van, pictures of a baby in a plastic clear key ring. 10 keys in all, and an Ogilvie plastic card with phone numbers on for tyres, breakdown assistance, book a service and river support. Someone somewhere must be going frantic, but they are here at the village hall.