Parish Council

Bardney Group Parish Council

The group Parish Council incorporates the parishes of Bardney, Southrey, Stainfield & Apley with a total population of approx 1600.  There are a total of 15 parish councillors split between the wards as follows:-

Apley - one councillor
Stainfield - one councillor
Southrey - one councillor
Bardney - twelve councillors

The parish council is the first tier of local government & has a range of powers & duties established by parliament.  Some of the duties that this parish council undertake include:-

- reviewing & responding to planning applications
- running Bardney Cemetery & allotments sites including upkeep &
  maintenance thereof
- maintaining St Lawrence's church yard Bardney
- upkeep & maintenance of Bardney war memorial & IX Squadron memorial
- upkeep & maintenance of benches, planters & other street furniture
- upkeep & maintenance of notice boards in all 4 parishes
- consultation with various bodies (highways/environment agency/forestry
  commission etc) on ways to improve areas within the parishes
- provide responses on consultation from other organisations (West Lindsey
  District Council , Lincolnshire County Council etc)
- upkeep & maintenance of Bardney & Southrey bus shelter
- providing grants to organisations (subject to application)
- running of parish council website
- providing Bardney christmas tree & lights

 

Parish Council Office

Bardney Fire Station,

Alma Martin Way,

Bardney,

Lincoln.

LN3 5TF

Tel: 01526 397406

Email: clerk@bardneygroup-pc.gov.uk


Opening Hours

Monday-Wednesday 10:00am - 2:00pm

Friday 10:00 am - 2:00pm

Appointments can be made at other times - please contact the Clerk.

Parish Council Mission Statement

To provide services for, and manage and maintain the assets of the villages of Apley, Bardney, Southrey & Stainfield within the law and resources provided by the annual precept and other incomes, taking into account the wishes of the residents and the need to obtain "value for money".

Please see below for more information on the parish council:-