Town Council's Assets

Spilsby Town Council manages a variety of community assets within the parish boundaries


The Town Council owns an allotment site within the parish off Hundleby Road. This is managed by the Town Council and the Allotment Committee.

TOC H Land

This area is owned by the Town Council and is situated on Shamfields Road and has been set up as a wild life area with bird boxes to encourage nesting and small walks within the area. The area is left in a natural state to encourage wild life with winding paths to walk through the area.


This area is owned by the Town Council and runs between Boston Road and the Ancaster Avenue Recreation Ground. It has a winding path running through and is set with trees which were once used in the wood yard close by.

Churchyard Maintenance.

The Town Council maintains the Churchyard at St James’ Church, Spilsby.


As a burial authority, the Town Council manages the cemetery on Boston Road, Spilsby. There is a remembrance area for memorial plaques to be placed in memory of those not buried in the cemetery. There are several War Graves for which the Town Council receives a small contribution to the upkeep of the graves.

Recreation Ground

The Recreation Ground is owned by the Town Council and run by a Board of Trustees for the benefit of the people of Spilsby and surrounding areas.

Christmas Illuminations

The Town Council owns all the illuminations within the town except for the ones which are on the trees outside of business premises which are provided by the Spilsby Business Partnership.


The Town Council owns and maintains several CCTV cameras in Spilsby, images from which are available for the Police in case of reported crime. The system provides an effective way to monitor and reduce crime within the parish.

Floral Displays

The Town Council supply and maintain various types of floral hanging baskets around Spilsby. They are provided and planted every year.

Notice Boards

The Town Council owns two notice boards, one in the Market Place which is for Council activities only and a second ‘Jubilee Notice Board’ which is for use for all associations within the town to promote their activities.


The Town Council owns numerous benches throughout the town, some of which have been dedicated to past residents.