Wysall is a small picturesque village in Nottinghamshire, steeped in history and heritage and nestled in beautiful countryside just eleven miles south of Nottingham. Located in the broad valley of the Kingston Brook, for most of its history Wysall has been a self-contained agricultural village accessible only by minor roads. According to the 2001 census, Wysall had a population of three hundred and twenty one. The historic Holy Trinity Church in Wysall is of Norman origin. The Church's tower and spire as well as the wooden ladder leading up into the bell chamber date back as far as the thirteenth century, with the addition of the chancel a little later in the fourteenth century.
Wysall is linked with the neighbouring village of Thorpe in the Glebe both of which are run by the Parish Council. The large village of Keyworth which offers some excellent amenities sits to the north of Wysall, with Widmerpool to the east, Willoughby on the Wolds to the south east, Wymeswold to the south and Costock to the south west.
As one of the 41 Thankful Villages that did not suffer any fatilities during the Great War of 1914 to 1918, Wysall believes in encouraging a strong village community and hosts many regular village activities and special events including the very popular Strawberry Fair amongst others. The local village pub, The Plough Inn is also a popular meeting point for catching up on village life.