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Welcome to our new website!

This website has been designed to be a source of information about Dunholme Parish Council and what's happening in the Parish.

We are currently in the process of a major redesign which we hope to complete shortly. In the mean time if you can't find the information you're looking for please contact the Parish Clerk (Laura Richardson) at clerk@dunholme-pc.gov.uk and she'll get back to you as quickly as possible.

 

Our Village

The village of Dunholme is situated in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire and can be found 5 miles north of the City of Lincoln. The first documented mention of the village is in the 1086 Domesday Book.

The village has two schools; St Chads Church of England Primary School and William Farr Church of England Comprehensive School a Lincolnshire Co-op Supermarket and a Post Office. Most other village amenities are shared with the neighbouring village of Welton-By-Lincoln.

Our village is served by a Parish Council comprised of 9 volunteer Councillors.

 

District and County Services

You can use the links below to access some of services offered by WLDC and LCC.

Green Waste Collection

Click here for information or to sign up to West Lindsey District Council's green waste collection scheme.

Benefits and Support

Click here for information about housing and council tax benefits provided by West Lindsey District Council.

Housing

Click here for information on housing, home choices, rent support and homelessness within West Lindsey District.

Sports and Leisure

Click here for information on district leisure facilities including leisure centres, walking routes and much more to get you active.

Registry Office Services

Click here for information on registering a birth, what do do when someone passes away and ceremonies.

Report a Problem

Click here to report a problem such as potholes, broken street lights or damaged slabs to Lincolnshire County Council.

 

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Recently Reported Issues

Please find below the most recent issues reported via FixMyStreet.

  • Public footpath from Ryland Road, Dunholme (opposite Cottingham Court) leading to fields, 16th June
    This path is not maintained at all and is just mud. When it rains it becomes impassable as the deep muddy puddles cover the whole path (especially at the Ryland Road end) and there is no space to get around. The stinging nettles are also left to take over the path further in towards the field making it extremely difficult to walk through without getting stung in warmer weather. Please can some gravel be put down at least or a proper footpath? Plus more regular weeding?
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by OpenStreetMap): Ryland Road, Dunholme CP, West Lindsey
    Report on FixMyStreet
  • Blocked drain between 64 and 66 Ryland Road Welton, 16th June
    This drain is blocked by what appears to be general mud/grit. The drains to the west (uphill) from here are partially blocked by the same mud/grit. There may be a problem with the main drain that runs parallel to the road. This problem occurs regularly but worse this time. Action taken last time it was reported was rather superficial apart from when the drain collapsed and was repaired in this area. Please do not class this as suitable for routine maintenance.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by OpenStreetMap): Ryland Road, West Lindsey
    Report on FixMyStreet
  • Horncastle Lane, Welton, 16th June
    All of Horncastle Lane is becoming a danger to other road uses. Due to the potholes it leaves a very narrow road to drive down. Please complete a full inspection of this road I believe it requires urgent attention.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by OpenStreetMap): Horncastle Lane, West Lindsey
    Report on FixMyStreet

Please note: This list contains issues reported across both Dunholme and Welton as it covers the whole WLDC ward.

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