Costock Parish Council

Tree Warden Required

Trees across Rushcliffe is a community, supported by Rushcliffe Borough Council, with concern to keep ...
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Protect your Pooch

Dog theft is on the rise and we are urging the public to keep their ...
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Annual Parish Meeting

The Annual Parish Meeting will take place on Wednesday April 21, 2021 and will be ...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We're working closely with our NHS colleagues, and other local authorities to ensure that the ...
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Notices of Elections

Notice of Election for both the Police and Crime Commissioners election. Also the Nottinghamshire County ...
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It’s about us … Census2021

The census is coming Census Day is Sunday 21 March 2021 We'll need your help ...
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Welcome to Costock Village

Costock is situated in the south of the Borough on the A60 Loughborough Road. The village is situated in an elevated position in the Nottinghamshire Wolds Character Area and is surrounded by arable and pasture land. The neighbouring village of East Leake is situated less than a mile to the west along Leake Road while just over a mile to the south along the A60, lies the village of Rempstone.

Costock’s historic core, bounded by Church Lane and Chapel Lane is very picturesque and has a genuine village feel with winding and secluded lanes, trees and high walls.

Costock Manor House
Costock Church Interior
Costock Church Baptismal Font

The church and Manor House stand close together, the latter being one of the most charming Elizabethan stone houses in Nottinghamshire. The church of St Giles on the other hand, has undergone major restoration in 1688, 1848 and 1862, though some of the original 14th century masonry, both internal and external, still remains.



We are encouraging our community to download the what3words app on their phones in case they need to call 999.

Every 3m square has been assigned 3 words so that it makes it easier for services like the police or ambulance etc to find you as they can pick this up from your phone call.

The app is totally free to download and use, you can download it on iOS or Android.

You can find a full list of those services that accept what3words at the what3words link here. Your community could also use what3words to report incidents with organisations like National Grid, Network Rail and the Environmental Agency: ht


Please see the attached leaflet for information on how to use what3words.