Wellow Parish Council
Wellow has a village green with a maypole that is still used and a 12th Century church.
The area is rich in medieval history - to the south is the deserted medieval village of Grimston, which now forms part of the Manor of Wellow. To the north east is Jordan Castle, a Norman ringwork consisting of a circular earthwork surrounded by a bank and ditch.
Wellow Park is the largest remaining ash-wych elm woodland in Nottinghamshire.
Clerk: Claire Wigman
30 Highfield Road
- Cllr Eddie Meyer (Chairman)
- Cllr G Parkin
- Cllr John Ragsdale
- Cllr Nick Brown
- Cllr Duncan Griffen
All councillors must declare any private interests that may cause conflict when making council decisions. See the councillors' register of interest (PDF File, 4,018kb)
District and County councillors
Find your district councillor (Rainworth North and Rufford)
Find your county councillor on the Nottinghamshire County council website
Schedule of Meetings for 2022/2023 (PDF File, 59kb)
Revised Schedule of Meetings for 2022 (PDF File, 58kb)
Next Parish meeting has unfortunately had to be postpone once more. Only having 4 Councillors at present - there are 3 vacancies we struggle at times to remain quorate.
The Meeting will now be held on Monday 17th October 2022 at 7.30 at MayPole Court
Clerk Wellow Parish Council
Latest agendas and minutes
20 March 2023 (PDF File, 99kb)
16 January 2023 (PDF File, 198kb)
2019-2020 - Right to View Accounts (PDF File, 24kb)
Wellow Financial Statement 2018/19 (PDF File, 18kb)
2019-2020 - Accounting Statements (PDF File, 475kb)
If you would like to view previous agendas, minutes or financial information, please contact the Parish Clerk.
Complaints Procedure (PDF File, 63kb)
Vexatious Behaviour Policy (PDF File, 99kb)
Casual Vacancy Advert - April 2022 (PDF File, 94kb)
Casual Vacancy - June 2022 (PDF File, 76kb)
Public Participation at Parish Council Meetings (PDF File, 64kb)
Wellow Parish Council Code of Conduct (PDF File, 125kb)
CPRE Nottinghamshire Transport Survey
CPRE Nottinghamshire has launched a research project into public transport across the county and has created a short survey asking residents to tell them what the public transport is like where they live.
The survey will run until 31 January 2022, after which we'll be compiling a report.