Stanton-on-the-Wolds Parish Council
Parish Council Elections [click for details]
Parish Council Elections
The following people have been nominated fr election to the parish council:
Parish Council Meeting [click for details]
Parish Council Meeting
The next meeting of Stanton-on-the-Wolds Parish Council will be held on Wednesday 8th May 2019. The meeting will take place in All Saints Parish Church on Browns Lane and will start at 7:15pm.
The Agenda for the meeting and the minutes of previous meetings will be available on the Agendas and Minutes page of this website.
All village residents are encouraged to attend parish council meetings, where they can raise questions and observations, and suggest items for discussion at a future meeting.
About Stanton-on-the-Wolds Village
Stanton-on-the-Wolds is a small village ten miles south-east of Nottingham. The Saxon settlement that became the village was called 'Stanton' or 'stoney town' after the copious stones or boulders found in the locality; 'Wold' refers to a low wooded hill.
The medieval village lay between the church (now dedicated to All Saints) and the manor house to the west. Following sixteenth century enclosure for sheep farming, the village houses were dilapidated and the village became deserted.
About this Website
This website provides an overview of Stanton-on-the-Wolds and contains the following parish council information, in line with the Transparency code for smaller authorities:
- names and contact details for the Parish Councillors;
- dates, agendas and minutes of Parish Council meetings;
- details of Parish Council finance and governance.
If you have an enquiry, information you think we should add to this website or simply wish to give feedback, please Contact Us.
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