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 - Vice Chairman
- Cllr Nicholas Willett-Brown
- Cllr Duncan Griffin
- Cllr Richard Henson
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)
15th May - AGM 7.00pm and Parish Meeting 7.30pm at the Memorial Hall , Wellow
17th July - Parish Meeting 7.00pm at Memorial Hall, Wellow
18th September - Parish Meeting 7.00pm at Memorial Hall, Wellow
20th November - Parish Meeting 7.00pm at Maypole Court , Wellow
If you would like to view previous agendas, minutes or financial information, please contact the Parish Clerk.
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.