Our next Parish Council meeting is on Monday, 18th of December at 7:00pm at Appleby Village Hall

Appleby Parish Council

Important Information

For information about planning or our Neighbourhood Plan, please see the planning section of our website.

Please check the design statement documents on our Neighbourhood Plan page, if you are considering making alterations to your property, if you are unsure if you need Planning Permission for any alterations, please contact North Lincolnshire Council's Planning Department on 01724 297000.

Details of tree preservation orders can be found here

Guidance: Tree Preservation Orders.
Guidance: High Hedges.
Guidance: Countryside Hedge Management

Information about the use of drones.

Bin collections dates can be viewed here.

Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return to the 31st of March 2023.

We are looking for 3 new Councillors - at the moment one of these vacancies can be filled by Co-option. If you are interested in becoming a Councillor, please do get in touch. 

Appleby Parish Council is collecting empty or expired inkjet cartridges. These can be left in the box inside the reception area at the Village Hall when the Village Hall is open or posted through the Village Hall's letterbox. There are also plastic wallets where ink cartridges can be placed within the parish noticeboards at Santon, Keb House and the Village Hall.

Alternatively, you can post the ink cartridges directly to our recycling partner. Recycle4Charity.


The Parish of Appleby

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.

The Appleby Parish includes Appleby, Appleby Station, Santon and Clappgate and 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, and Appleby Produce Show, community-based clubs such as the community café, village church and many more.

The Parish Council is supported by 8 Parish Councillors and 3 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 Parish Council, and links to other hugely informative websites with regard to local history.

Parish Council Meetings

Members of the public are welcome to attend our regular parish council meetings; these are held every five weeks on Tuesday, starting at 7pm and held in the village hall. The agenda is published on the Thursday before the meeting. The dates of meetings, agendas and minutes can be found here.

Members of the public do not need to book in advance; you can just turn up on the evening of the meeting. However, if you contact the Clerk in advance, he will bring you a printed copy of the agenda and the minutes of the previous meeting.

Are you registered to vote?

You can register to vote at any time, you do not have to wait until there is an election. So what are you waiting for?

It will take just 5 minutes, and you will be all set to have your say on the issues that matter to you and your community.

Go to gov.uk/register-to-vote now.