Donington on Bain Parish Council

The next Parish Council meeting planned for Monday 23 March is cancelled due to Government advice on Coronovirus.


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Coronavirus: Community help and volunteering 

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Welcome to Donington on Bain Parish Council.

Donington on Bain is a small rural village situated in the valley of the River Bain in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is surrounded by farmland and some of the highest hills in the Lincolnshire Wolds and from the ending 'ton' it can be assumed that the village was an Anglo Saxon Settlement.

The many facilities available to residents includes a village shop, a Post Office, a public house, aMulti Use games Area, a Recreation Area with a playpark, a football pitch, a village hall, a primary school with a pre-school attached and the parish church of St Andrews.

The 150 households accommodate a population of approximately 350 people and the network of public footpaths in the parish, incuding part of the long distace route the Viking Way attracts many ramblers to the lovely rural surroundings throughout the year.

There is no regular bus service but Call Connect is available on five days each week to pick up and return passengers to and from their chosen destination on request.

Donington on Bain is within the district of East Lindsey and the wider area of Lincolnshire County Council.