Newton Solney Parish Council

The Village Hall is owned by the village in trust and is administered by a committee which is elected annually. Amenities include a flat-green bowling green, a tennis court, a snooker table and a rifle range as well as a large meeting room including a stage, a smaller committee room and a kitchen.

A newsletter is published usually on a monthly basis.

The Village Hall is available for hire either on a regular or one-off basis. It can now be booked online. 

Please see the facilities section to see what we offer and further details. To book use the link below:

Newton Solney Village Hall : Online Booking (


Sunday Walk – 28 th May 2023 – Newton Solney - Walk 254 

Start/Parking Blacksmith’s Lane DE15 0SD, near junction with Trent Lane Newton Solney at 10.00am. 
Approximately 3 hours of easy walking along country lanes, field paths and jitties with good views of the River Trent valley.  As usual bring some refreshment for a short break along the way and as usual we would be grateful for a £1 donation towards village hall funds.

Newton Solney Women’s Institute – May 2023.

Our new year started with an open WI Meeting, very well attended by partners and friends. Rodney Paul, our speaker for the night, gave us a talk on the ‘The Antarctic Adventures of Sir Ernest Shackleton’. The story was very inspiring and a lesson in excellent leadership. Our programme for April 2023 to March 2024 has now been published. We have a wide variety of speakers to entertain us, from how a Chiropractor can help with back pain to a Cha Cha dance night. Our speaker for May, to compliment the Coronation is a talk on Queen Elizabeth II & Prince Philip, entitled ‘A Right Royal Couple’. New members are very welcome. Our current age range is 40 to 90+, and we do endeavour to make sure there is something for everyone. If you would like to know more about our full and interesting programme, please contact our President Denise Parker – Tel 01283 701496 

Newton Solney Tuesday Club – Dates for May 2023. 

On our last trip to Nottingham, we filled the mini-bus, and everyone seemed to have a good day shopping and lunching. At our April Meeting, instead of a speaker we played Bingo. Hazel did a valiant job as caller with various members reminding us of the “Bingo Lingo. It was a fun afternoon, with prizes of Easter Eggs for the lucky winners A birthday cake which was provided by Chris, one of our members, was enjoyed with our tea and finished the afternoon off nicely.  

Dates for May: 

Tuesday 2nd May: 2.30pm: The Annual General Meeting, followed by a Quiz, organised by members of the Committee on a Royal Theme, with the Coronation in mind. 

Tuesday, 23rd May: A trip to Melton Mowbray. Leaving the Unicorn Inn at 9.30 am & returning to Newton between 3-4 pm. Cost £15.00. Usual pick-up points available Dalebrook (9.15), Newton, Repton, Willington & Findern. 

Please ring our secretary, Jane on 01283 564520 if you would like any further information about any of the above activities.

For more information on events and groups in Newton Solney please see our May newsletter.