The Parish of Deeping St. Nicholas, comprises the village of Deeping St. Nicholas and the settlements of Tongue End and Hop Pole. Deeping St. Nicholas boasts a beautiful 19th century stone church, and a chapel built in 1867. The population of the parish is just under 2,000 and is located within the South Holland Council District. At 6 miles long, the village of Deeping St. Nicholas has the distinction of being the longest in the county, if not in the United Kingdom.
ST. NICHOLAS PARK - The Parish Council are the owners of the open green space on St. Nicholas Park. External funding was received from an application for Lottery Funding together with monies donated from our three District Councillors, who were at that time; Anglela Harrison, Bryan Alcock and Paul Przyszlak, which was put towards the purchase of play equipment and seating to be enjoyed by all. A new dog bin, with a donation received from District Councillor Angela Harrison was also procured for this site. This green open space continues to be well used by the local residents
DOG FOULING - There is currently a problem with dog owners not clearing up after their dogs. The Parish Council implore all dog owners to please clean up after their dogs. Dog fouling is still prevalent in areas of the parish. Please, please, clear up your dog mess.
SKATE PARK - The Parish Council have tentatively been carrying out investigations into the supply of a skate park for our young members. This has been in response to a letter and the attendance of some of these young people at a Parish Council meeting.
OVERGROWN VEGETATION - The main road through Deeping St Nicholas (A1175) is a very busy road, and therefore walking along the footpath can be hazardous at times with the traffic moving past, but it is made much worse when land and home owners don't realise that their vegetation, trees and bushes are actually encroaching the footpath, therefore making it very difficult for people to walk confidently and safely. PLEASE BE AWARE OF OVERGROWN VEGETATION
ST NICHOLAS PARK - OVERGROWN VEGETATION - We would bring to the attention of homeowners along St Nicholas Park of their responsibility to keep their shrubs and bushes free from the footpaths that share their boundary. Again, the overgrown vegetation does make it difficult for people to walk safely without getting pricked,stung or scratched by some of these bushes.
BLACK & GREEN RECYCLING BIN BAGS - It has been noticed that some residents are putting their bags out to the front of their homes far in advance of the actual bin collection day. South Holland District Council asks that we keep them updated of addresses where bags are left outside on the days when it is not collection date. Please help us to keep our streets clean and tidy. Thank you.