Enquiries and booking
General enquiries and to hire the hall or committee room: Barbara Tyler
Health and Safety Officer: Steve Brown
Centre Café: Lol Farr
Community Garden and Meadow management: Ross Van de Zande
Kedington Steam & Vintage Show: Matt Garwood
Meadowlark Fete coordinator: Bill Summers
KCA associated groups
Carpet Bowls Club: Bill Summers
Ketton Players: Sue Brown
K.C.Giggs events: Ross Van de Zande
Kedington Film Club: Peter Deeks
The Ketton Review is our quarterly village magazine, delivered to over 500 homes in Kedington. All our village events, news, stories, and information for local groups, children’s clubs, and businesses.
Editor: Derek Raine. We welcome your articles and stories relating to village life, its history and people, as well as reviews and information regarding local events. Please send your articles for submission to Derek by the following dates: Spring issue 10 January; Summer issue 10 April; Autumn issue 10 July; Winter issue 10 October. Please submit your article as a Word or pdf file – accompanying images must be supplied as separate jpg files.
Advertising: Sue Davison. Promote your business to over 500 homes four times a year. Please contact Sue regarding your advertising needs. Current advertising rates for one year (four issues): full page – portrait (125 x 180mm): £120.00; half page – landscape (124 x 85mm): £70.00; quarter page – portrait (60 x 85mm): £40.00. Please supply artwork as pdf or jpg files, black and white, no trim or printer’s marks.
Subscriptions and delivery: Sue Davison. Please contact Sue if you would like to subscribe and have your quarterly issues delivered to your door.
Lotto co-ordinator: Barbara Tyler. Contact Barbara to join Ketton Lotto. For only £13 per year (plus a yearly KCA membership of £2) you could win one of seven money prizes each month, with a DOUBLE payout in June and December! You will receive your own unique number which you will retain as long as you contribute.
Prize winners will be notified each month, with a full list of winners published in the Ketton Review and displayed in the Community Centre and Kedington Butchers. Half of the amount collected for Ketton Lotto is paid out in prize money, and half goes towards the upkeep of the Community Centre and Great Meadow. The more people who join in the higher the prize money!