Welcome to Wrawby Parish Council Website

Wrawby is a village in North Lincolnshire, England. It lies 2 miles east of Brigg and close to Humberside Airport, on the A18. The 2001 Census recorded a village population of 1,293, in around 600 homes, which increased to 1,469 at the 2011 census. Wrawby is noted for England's only remaining postmill.

What is a Parish Council and what powers do we have? 

Useful links 

Wrawby Bin Collection Dates

Notice of Review of Polling Districts 

Information about Wrawby Horticultural Show on our Community Page 

Wrawby Parish Council Audit & Finance 

Wrawby News Website

NLC Meeting dates March 2024

North Lincolnshire Council

How you can help and support the Ukraine

Your North Lincolnshire Ward Councillors 

 Cllr Rob Waltham , Cllr Nigel Sherwood , Cllr Carl Sherwood 

 MP Andrew Percy 

 Parish News

Congratulations to the Wrawby Person of the Year 2024 - Peter Townsend.

Peter was nominated and awarded the Wrawby Person of the Year 2024 for his volunteer work as school governor, PCC treasurer, editor of the monthly magazine, grass cutter and auditor at the Mill and an all round kind hearted person who will do whatever he can to help. Thank you Peter, you make Wrawby a better place!


Vice Chair, Cllr Mike Reddish, presenting Chris Rothery with a "ceremonial trowel" as thanks and recognition of his hard work keeping Wrawby looking beautiful with all the floral displays. 


Our regular dog walkers would have noticed a new bin has been installed Highfield Lane. This is for dog waste and litter. Thank you to Cllr Janice Keilthy for pursuing this and for NLC for installation

The nominations closed for the Wrawby Person of the Year in August. 
It was overwhelming that we received so many nominations for a wonderful couple, Diane & Paul Coult. As Cllr Mark Hebblewhite said on presenting them with the award just before the start of Wrawby Parish Council meeting, Wrawby would be a darker place without them and their hard work.                                                                           

Just a few comments received in the nominations 

 "They bring our community together on the festive times of the year with the Sleigh Group which takes an enormous amount of organising and they collect monies for a charity"
"They organise events at the Jolly Miller pub with Paul's Music night without any charge at all.
They have both organised other events in previous years. They are a driving force, a great team and deserve to be recognised for what they do for our village of Wrawby"
Paul organises a remembrance gathering each year which is held outside of the church thereby including everyone in this secular event particularly veterans and those who have lost love ones."
In particular, they should be recognised for their work putting together the Wrawby Horticultural Show each year"
They really do personify the best of our amazing village and they work tirelessly and with good humour to support our village community. Nothing that is asked of them is too much trouble and they are just really lovely people with the interests of the village at heart"

 Thanks, must also go to Chris Rothery who was nominated for his care and hard work to enhance our village with all the floral displays and to Kathleen Flewker who was nominated for her hard work in organising the social gatherings and lunches for our older residents


Latest News

 Community Planting

Thank you to all our wonderful volunteers lead by Cllrs Mark Hebblewhite and Mike Reddish who have started the community sustainable planting. On a damp Good Friday morning the community fruit trees were planted at the Playing Fields. Once they have become established and bearing fruit they will be for the whole community to enjoy.
Huge thanks to the very generous North Lincolnshire Community Grant we are able to bring Sustainable Planting to the whole of our village. If you would like to get involved with volunteering with the in bloom project please do get in touch.





Review of Polling Districts - NLC want your views

Wrawby 2nd in the CPRE Best Kept Village Competition!!


Results and write up Well done and thank you to all our volunteers who enhance our Village

 Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond for our village. Nominations now open for WRAWBY PERSON OF THE YEAR! Please email your nomination and the reason why you have nominated them by July 20th 2023 to clerk@wrawby-pc.org.uk.

On Monday 19th June 2023 Bernadette Redmond was co-opted to Wrawby Parish Council.

There are 2 Vacancies for Councillors on Wrawby Parish Council! Please contact the Clerk if you would like to find out how you can ,make a difference to your Village

Wrawby Parish Council Uncontested Elections - Councillors for 2023-2027 

SPEED SIGNS! -Thanks to part funding from a North Lincolnshire Council Community Grant, we will be installing two new flashing speed signs very soon to keep our road users and pedestrians safe. Pictured below are Cllr Mark Hebblewhite and Cllr Mike Reddish receiving a cheque for £3000 grant from NLC Ward Cllrs Rob Waltham, Carl Sherwood and Nigel Sherwood and our MP Andrew Percy. 


Wrawby 3rd CPRE Best Kept Village 2022 

NEW!! Lifesaving Defib unit installed at 7 Bakersfield, DN20 8SZ by kind permission of Steven Hinch. The defib unit was purchased by Wrawby Parish Council with the support of the North Lincs Council Community Grant and was installed and maintenance paid for by Steve...Thank you so much!! A real partnership effort. 
Pictured in the photo below are Cllr Rob Waltham and Carl Sherwood, Wrawby PC Councillors Emma Riggall and Mark Hebblewhite and Steve Hinch


Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond for our village. Nominations now open for WRAWBY PERSON OF THE YEAR! Please email your nomination and the reason why you have nominated them by August 31st 2022 to clerk@wrawby-pc.org.uk.

At the  Wrawby Parish Council Annual Meeting on May 23rd, Cllr Mark Hebblewhite was elected the new Chair and Cllr Mike Reddish elected Vice Chair.

Huge thanks to Cllr Ian Smith for his valuable and committed service as Chair for many years.


 NEW path installed on Wrawby Playing Field - Thank you to North Lincolnshire Community Grant Pot for part funding this project - making the play equipment and village hall accessible for all. Pictured are some of the Wrawby Parish Councillors and two of our ward councillors, Rob and Carl.

Latest - Annual Audit documents 2021-2022