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 Welton green space

The next Meeting of the Parish Council will take place on Monday 14th June 2021 at 7.30pm in the Pavilion,
Manor Park Sports Club,
Hackthorn Road, Welton

Committee Meetings
Heritage & Events 
Monday 17th May

Facilities & Recreation
Thursday 27th May
Councillor Vacancy

The council has one vacant seat to be filled by co-option - see the vacancies page for details


Please follow Government guidelines which can be found on their website https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response

Community Award 2020

Margaret Blaydes

For her volunteering work with a children’s charity and mental health group, she has been the organist and choir mistress at St Mary’s Church for over 25 years, also entertaining members of the choir and their families at her home; she visits and helps elderly people in the village, taking them shopping and generally being a good neighbour; all done without any fuss or fanfare.

Group Community Award 2020

Welton Litter Pickers

The group is organised by Graham Nicholls and is made up of a number of volunteers; they have helped to keep the roads free of litter, planted bulbs and cleared hedges and undergrowth from untidy areas in the village.

Community Awards 2021

During the last extraordinary year we could not present an award to just one or two recipients, as there have been some extraordinary people in our community and we would like to recognise their outstanding contributions during the Covid-19 Pandemic and Certificates of Appreciation are presented to:

Al Denton - Volunteer – he collected & delivered prescriptions every day during the 1st lockdown

Amy Morrison - Volunteer – she and her family collected & delivered prescriptions during the 1st lockdown

Vicki Ranyard - Volunteer – dog walking & shopping for a particularly vulnerable neighbour during the 1st lockdown

Joy Liddle - Volunteer – shopped for numerous residents during lockdowns

Paul Ievins, Assistant Curate, Welton and Dunholme with Scothern Benefice - he was instrumental in setting up the outreach Larder during the 1st lockdown and this remains an ongoing project

Roger Kuhnel - Volunteer – dog walking & gardening during the lockdowns

PDADavid Kitching, Chairman

Volunteer drivers taking people to hospital appointments and for vaccinations at the Showground

Doctors and Staff at The Health Centre – they have worked tirelessly looking after the sick during a very challenging time and assisting with the rollout of the vaccination programme

Pharmacy Staff – Lincs Co-op - they kept us drugged up all the way through!

Post Office Staff – Lincs Co-op - they kept us posted!

Lincs Co-op Shop Staff - they kept us stocked up!

Garry & Jo Crowther – delivered groceries etc throughout lockdowns – Staff & Paperboys/girls delivered Community Aid leaflets to every house in the village at the onset of the 1st lockdown with special recognition to the paperboys and girls.

Simone Morrison - Pet Shop - provided pet supplies and ironmongery etc.

Emma Kirkland - Finishing Touch – kept us blooming!

PCSO Angie Law & the Welton Police Team – keeping law and order!




Manor Park Sports Club
Hackthorn Road, Welton, LN2 3PA

The library is open

 opening hours as follows

MONDAY     1.00 - 5.00pm (No IT available)

      TUESDAY     9.30am - 2.30pm  (No IT available)

WEDNESDAY  10.00am - 12.00pm (IT Only)

Items can be renewed via the Customer Service Centre on 01522 782010. Please note, this function may be suspended due to LCC critical services requiring access.


New A46 roundabout to open in May

An additional set of night-time road closures near Dunholme and Welton will be required following several nights of unfavourable weather during w/c 4th May.

Due to the cold, wet weather we had during our initial set of planned night works earlier this month, we couldn’t lay all the final road surfacing near the new A46 Dunholme/Welton roundabout.

As a result, a week of night-time closures will be in place from Monday 24 May.

The following roads will be closed for up to seven evenings, 7pm to 6am, starting Monday 24 May:

  • A46 will be closed from Deepdale Lane Nettleham to Lincoln Road Dunholme
    • Diversion via A46 Nettleham Roundabout / A15 Riseholme Roundabout / A15-A1500 Showground Roundabout / A15-A631 Roundabout (Caenby Corner) / and either the A631 or A1103 back to the A46, and vice versa
  • Lincoln Road, Welton will be closed from its junction with Honeyholes Lane to the new roundabout
    • Diversion via Honeyholes Lane / right onto Ryland Road / right onto Lincoln Road, Dunholme. This then joins the main closure diversion on the A46 to get to Lincoln.
  • Horncastle Lane will be closed from the A15 to A46 (with access at A15 end)
    • Diversion via the A15-A1500 Showground Roundabout / A15 Riseholme Roundabout / A46 Nettleham Roundabout, and vice versa
  • Heath Lane to Scothern will remain closed

We're very close to having the new roundabout complete, with it set to open during w/c 31st May.

However, temporary traffic signals will be in place on the A46 between 7:30am to 6pm, for up to five days starting Monday 7 June to safely install barriers near the garage and car dealership.

All traffic management will be removed from the roundabout once the barriers are fully installed.

For the latest news on the A46 Dunholme / Welton Roundabout, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/majorprojects.

Any questions you may have concerning works in progress or forthcoming works please direct your query to Rachel Galley 07752065547 or Rachel.galley@eurovia.co.uk

If you wish to meet with a Councillor personally, please make an appointment via the Clerk 

at clerk@welton-by-lincoln-pc.gov.uk or telephone 01673 860336

The Parish Office is open 
Monday - Thursday 9.00am - 3.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 12.00pm