Welcome to Balderton Parish Council
There are fifteen elected members of Balderton Parish Council who have collective responsibility for local council matters.
Balderton is one of the largest villages in Nottinghamshire, and is still growing. The village has a large range of amenities including a Comprehensive School, two Primary Schools and several Nurseries, a leisure centre, library, numerous supermarkets and shops to cater for most requirements.
Community Governance Review
Newark & Sherwood District Council are conducting a Community Governance Review of Newark Town Council boundaries in light of the planning permission and site layout in respect of the development on land to the south of Newark.
In addition the Review will consider the boundary between Newark Town Council and Balderton Parish Council around the proposed new development site at Highfields School and the boundary with Winthorpe and Langford Parish Council.
Full details including the timetable, Terms of Reference for the Review and maps detailing the proposed changes are available on the District Council's website.
The consultation period on the draft proposals will end on 25 May 2018.
Community Governance Review (PDF File, 323kb)
The Parish Council hosts a storage unit on the Coronation Street playing field car park with an amount of sandbags etc. which are to provide initial, temporary, assistance for householders. In the event of an emergency please contact the designated key holder to the store:
Cllr R. Rouse
Tel. 01636 676097
Garden Waste Briefing - Nov 2015 (PDF File, 276kb)
Dog Microchipping (PDF File, 121kb)
Police Beat Team (PDF File, 1,386kb)
Were you aware that the Parish Council has provided a Defibrillator for the Balderton community? The unit is located in a locked cabinet on the front of the Cricket Club building at the bottom of Coronation Street; it can be accessed in the event of an emergency by calling 999 to get the access code and to request an ambulance.
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