Image showing views around Bardney Group Parish

Photo by Bardney War Memorial following Remembrance Day commemorations

Bardney War Memorial


Information about the planned temporary closure of Bardney Bridge is available on our Bardney Bridge Renovations page. See the menu on the left hand side of this page.


Thank you to everyone who attended the Annual Parish Meetings in Bardney and Southrey .

The following items were proposed and decided by the attendees; Bardney;

* the introduction of a community service medal, which is to awarded to those who have contributed to the area.

* introduce a new procedure for nominations for the Rogers Shield.

* to continue Twinning with La Bazoge.

Southrey- to take part in the Best Kept Village competition.

Details regarding the community service medal will be made available later this year and will not replace the Rogers Shield.

BGPC will support residents of Southrey with their entry in the Best Kept Village and will make the Handyman available to deal with any additional tasks.

A copy of the presentation given at the meeting outling the work carried out by the Parish Council over the last 12 months can be found by clicking on the Parish Council tab on the right and then selecting the Presentation attachment






Over the last two weeks BGPC, lead by Cllr John Zubic, Portfolio holder for Highways, has met with representatives of LCC Highways Bridge Team regarding the planned closure of Bardney Bridge between April and July this year. BGPC, in agreement with the LCC Highways Team to provide information about he closure and its impact on local services. Please click on the tab on the left hand side, for up to date information. This page will be regularly updated.



Over the last two weeks BGPC, lead by Cllr John Zubic, Portfolio holder for Highways, has met with representatives of LCC Highways regarding the surface water flooding on Abbey Road and the repairs following the recent roadworks.

LCC Highways have committed to do the following;

Re-do the crossings across Cheriton Close and Carron Close,

Address the road surface outside Wilson's Yard to reduce standing water

Address the road surface outside Sykes farm.

The pavement opposite 51 Abbey Rd is also going to be relaid.

Where damaged all soft verges to be scrapped and new topsoil added and the grass seeded.


To see BGPC's response to LCC Highways recommendations, please click on the Highways tab on the left hand side.

For information about BGPC's work with the Doctors Surgery to improve access to healthcare please click on the Bardney Doctors Surgery tab on the left hand side,



On Sunday 11th November, Bardney Group Parish Council were proud to support our area commemorate those who have fallen in battle.

Members laid wreaths on behalf of the Parish Council;

Cllr Robert Webb (Chairman) at Bardney War Memorial

Cllr Malcolm Speed in Southery Church

Cllr Robin Darby (Vice-Chair) at the IX Squadron Memorial

Cllr Mary Corbould at Stainfield War Memorial

Cllr's John and Sally Zubic, at the Commonwealth Grave in the Cemetery.

Cllr Darby also read the roll call for the fallen

This was the culmination of six months work by the Parish Council, which included; the professional cleaning of both War Memorials, the restoration of the raised beds on the village green, a commemorative planting scheme on the village green, and installing two new seats on the village green to remember those in both WWI & WWII

Large poppies were also sited at the entrances to all villages.

Welcome to the Bardney Group Parish website.

This website is for the benefit of the local community and provides information about events and activities within the parish.

Bardney Group Parish is situated approximately 10 miles south-east of Lincoln, bounded on the south by the River Witham and on the north by the Lincolnshire Limewoods, it comprises the parishes of Bardney, Apley and Stainfield. The villages of Southrey and Kingthorpe are also covered by the group parish.


The largest of the five villages Bardney sits on the north bank of the River Witham at the first crossing downstream from Lincoln. The crossroads were a major route in the past and is still an important road network for local traffic. A good selection of shops, services and activities are available to the local community.


A close community with some facilities, Southrey lies on the north bank of the River Witham approximately 2 miles downstream of Bardney.

Apley, Stainfield and Kingthorpe

The smallest of the villages, they are located to the north of Bardney on the southern edge of the Bardney Limewoods.


Bardney Group Parish Council are now on Facebook

Please 'like' our page to receive regular updates.

Unfortunately trying to make our Facebook page information only has not prevented staff members from being contacted directly about BGPC matters, outside of their working days. As a result it has been decided to withdraw the page for the time being. However, if you would like to contact BGPC about any issues please email or call 01526 397406.