Appleby Parish Council

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Would you like to make a difference to your community? There is a vacancy for a co-opted Parish Councillor on Appleby Parish Council. Please do get in touch if you are interested.

Cooption information Cooption Application

 Vacancy on Appleby Parish Council

Don't miss your bin collection this Christmas 

Community Information  - Winter 2019 Newsletter

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Click here for the Appleby Neighbourhood Plan


 

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Tree Preservation Orders 
Added 29/01/18

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 of Appleby actively promote their small community by means of annual events such as the highly regarded, Appleby Show, Appleby Produce Show, community based clubs such as the Women’s Institute, 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 web site 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.

The Women's Institute meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm in Appleby Village Hall.

There is a Coffee Morning held in the Village Hall Bistro every Wednesday 1030 - 1200 noon.
Officers from Safer Neighbourhoods, Ongo and the North Lincolnshire Council area representative visit the coffee morning every fifth week to chat to residents. If you have any concerns or queries then please come along and speak to them, they'll be happy to help and advise.