Sutton Bonington Parish Council

Serving the people of Sutton Bonington

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Clerk: Helen Chadwick
The Dairy, Village Farm, Main
Street, Stanford on Soar
Leicestershire LE12 5QA

Tel: 07827 785836

  • Our meetings are held in the library room in the Village Hall.

The Parish of Sutton Bonington located in the South West of the county of Nottinghamshire, is a rural community made up of around 2200 acres with a static population of about 1800 residents. It includes the hamlet of Zouch, borders the river Soar and has many amenities including an excellent primary school, village hall with public library, 4 places of worship (which include 2 beautiful medieval Anglican churches), 3 pubs, a post office and a convenience store.

It also includes the highly acclaimed Sutton Bonington Campus of the University of Nottingham, the faculty of agriculture, food sciences and vetinerary sciences where there are around 1800 students thus doubling the village population during term time.Sutton Bonington Parish Council provides local services. We strive to make Sutton Bonington a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Parish Council meeting - March 2021

A meeting of the parish council will take place on Monday 1st march at 7.00 PM via zoom.

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Meeting ID: 987 7813 4976
Passcode: 782376

Posted: Tue, 23 Feb 2021 11:57 by Helen Chadwick

Sutton Bonington Local History

Richard Gretton is a member of the Midland Railway Society and currently looking into the history of Kegworth station. He has been in touch with the Kegworth Heritage Centre but is now widening his research base.

He is trying to find as many photographs of Kegworth station as possible. Secondly, he is also trying to find a copy of a DVD produced by Jon A Jones titled 'The Angela Line' which covers the mineral railway that ran from Kegworth to Kingston on Soar. More »

If you are able to provide any useful contacts he would be extremely grateful as his ultimate aim is to publish in the Midland Railway Society Journal the history of Kegworth station, which he has found in his initial research has some fascinating events to record. » Less

Posted: Mon, 22 Feb 2021 18:10 by Helen Chadwick

Social media

In November we decided to make a Facebook page to represent the parish council. We went live on the 14th November and since then have produced 13 posts and have covered the development on Park Lane, Flooding, Diamond Wood, Covid and Snow/Gritting.

Our highest engagement, which was the development post, reached 1,800 people in total. This was down the the number of comments and shares it received by the community. More »

Going forward we aim to highlight key aspects of what the Parish Council are doing, details will also be available on the parish council website. » Less

Posted: Wed, 10 Feb 2021 22:46 by Helen Chadwick