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.
Just to make everyone aware that an adder was found at the allotments on Tuesday evening. A note has been put on the allotment noticeboard but we are asking all allotment holders and members of the public who walk passed to take care.
Posted: Wed, 14 Jul 2021 21:40 by Helen Chadwick
A meeting of the parish council will take place on Monday 5th July at 7.00 PM in the village hall. Please note that due to covid restriction social distancing measures will be in place.
Posted: Tue, 29 Jun 2021 22:12 by Helen Chadwick
"Thanks so much to everyone who's helped remove the plastic guards from the trees in the Diamond Jubilee wood so far. We've made a really good impact, and there's still plenty to do!
We're going to be there again this Sunday afternoon (27th) from 2pm. Are you free to help us?
If you can help, please meet us in the Diamond Wood car park on Pasture Lane at 2pm on Sunday. You'll need to wear good gardening gloves - and sturdy footwear, long sleeves and trousers are recommended due to brambles. Please bring safety goggles if you have any and something to cut the plastic e.g. secateurs or penknife. The actual cutting of the plastic isn't suitable for children, but we really valued the help the children have given before collecting the plastic guards and the wooden stakes - so there's plenty for everyone to do! More »
Hope to see you there, and thank you again for your help." » Less
Posted: Wed, 23 Jun 2021 21:26 by Helen Chadwick