Appleby Parish Council

The next meeting of Appleby Parish Council is on Tuesday 16th of August 2022 at 7:00pm. 

If you wish to attend please ensure you sanitise your hands as you enter and wear a mask unless you are exempt or seated.

Please do not attend if you have are feeling unwell or have been in contact with anyone confirmed with Coronavirus.

News / Events 

APPLEBY NEEDS YOU! Appleby Parish Council currently has two vacancies for Councillors, please see the notice below for details. Casual Vacancies 1 x Councillor

Wressle Oil Field Update 28th March 2022 

Review of Polling Stations

Updated 11th August 2022

Community Information

  • Newsletters
  • Useful Contacts - Police,
  • Do you need to report a problem to British Steel? etc

Coronavirus latest news

Watch out for this Fake Covid Vaccination Text

Recycle Your Ink Cartridges and Help Support Appleby Parish Council

Did you know that you can help us raise funds simply by recycling your ink cartridges via our Recycle4Charity programme?

For each ink cartridge recycled via the programme, we will receive up to £2 donation.

To send your cartridges or start collecting for us click here. 

From April 2022, the Barton and Broughton Household Recycling Centre sites will be open from Wednesday to Sunday every week and closed every Monday and Tuesday, all other Household Recycling Centres will be open on Monday and Tuesday.

Neighbourhood Plan/Neighbourhood Plan LogoClick here for the Appleby Neighbourhood Plan
New Documents Added February 2021 

Tree Preservation Orders

Added 29th January 2018


Appleby in North Lincolnshire is located approximately 4 miles north of the town of Broughton in North Lincolnshire, and is a very small rural community with a very rich heritage.

Appleby Parish is home to less than 600 people but boasts a vibrant community involved with all aspects of both its history and future development.

The residents actively promote their community by means of annual events such as the highly regarded, Appleby Show, Appleby Produce Show, community based clubs such as the community café, village church and many more.

The village council is supported by 8 Parish Councillors and 2 Ward Councillors, who serve the community to ensure the smooth running of the council and maintain the beauty and originality of this incredible small village.

This website is intended to give open access to allow the public to view the initiatives, such as social planning, finances and the transparency of the village council, and links to other hugely informative websites with regard to local history.