Over a thousand years ago there was a thriving community here in our village. In fact our story may go back to roman times, please read our Village History Page.
St. Nicholas' Church was built soon after the Norman invasion (1066 and all that) and is still in regular use with a committed congregation and the village Primary School has been described as South Leicestershire’s best kept secret.
We have plenty of photos of the village, old and new. Browse here Historical Photographs .
If you have any that might be of interest to the village please send them in.
The Parish Council represents the interests of the village and uses your rates to provide and manage local services such as street lighting, allotments, sports field and play ground, rubbish bins, grass cutting and other services, such as this Community Website.
For more detailed information about the work of the Council and who are the current representatives click here, or you can read the Minutes of our meetings and check out the latest Notices and Agendas.
Many of the Village’s activities take place in the Village Hall on Leys Crescent. Here also is the sports field, children’s playground, adult fitness equipment and the bowling green. There’s a large hall with smaller meeting rooms, a bar and kitchen, plus changing rooms & showers for visiting teams. All available for hire.
South Kilworth Village Hall is run by the village hall committee which meets once a month to discuss coming events, maintenance and any issues.
We need a new volunteer to help manage the Parish Council workload.
Next Korks get together is October 28th.
During the pandemic our village allotments have never seen so much activity.
Ever wondered what that glowing light was in the phone box?