Category: Village Information

St. Bartholomew’s Church Reopens

Church services at St. Bartholomew’s, Sutton-cum-Lound, will start again on Sunday 12th July at 9.15 am.

Bluebell Inn – Fish & Chip Friday 29th May

FISH AND CHIP FRIDAY 29th May. 5:30-7:30pm.

The Bluebell Inn are offering: -Fish and chips with garden or mushy peas £10 -Scampi and chips with garden or mushy peas £9 -Pot of curry sauce  £1.50 (Small portions also available)

Please ring Wednesday or Thursday 5-7pm to place your orders and arrange your collection time. Please be …

Continue reading

Planning Application: Daneshill Landfill Site, Daneshill Road, Lound, DN22 8RBF/4120

Lound Parish Council have received notification of consultation for the planning application: Daneshill Landfill Site, Daneshill Road, Lound, DN22 8RBF/4120 The application is for the ‘Temporary operations for 10 years for Soil Treatment Facility including Asbestos Picking Operations’ Please click on the link to review the information and submit your comments. Continue reading

Useful links and Support Contact numbers – Bassetlaw Covid 19

Please click on the below links for more information:

Bassetlaw Community Support Contact Numbers

Domestic Abuse Partner Pack

Gulley Clean

The Parish Council has been asked to contact village residents to advise that Nottinghamshire County Council Highways’ regular gully cleansing programme begins this week and runs for a period of weeks in this and neighbouring villages. Due to the current lockdown restrictions, NCC recognise that more residents will be at home and therefore parked on …

Continue reading

Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives.

Stay home, Stay safe and save lives.

The full Government Guidelines on social distancing can be found here:

What is social distancing?

Social distancing measures are steps you can take to reduce social interaction between people. This will help reduce the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19).

They are to:

  • Avoid contact …

    Continue reading

  • Lound Village and its History (year 986-1778)

    History of Lound


    Linghurst Lakes History

    Linghurst Lakes History

    Coronavirus Scam Awareness

    Read it. Share it. Prevent it.

    Be aware of people offering or selling items to test for/cure coronavirus. These are not currently available to purchase.

    Be aware of people offering shopping or medication collection services. Don’t assume everyone is genuine. It’s okay to reject, refuse or ignore any requests. Only criminals will try to rush …

    Continue reading

    Information for parents from Nottinghamshire County Council


    Emergency Plan

    Lound Village Emergency Plan 2019

    Lound Hall Care Home – Spring Fair

    Spring Fair at Lound Hall  – Make a note in you diary >>>Saturday 4th April<<< Come and join us 2.00pm – 4.00pm

    Stalls, refreshments, entertainment, games and raffle. Please come and celebrate spring with us Raffle tickets available from Lound Hall

    If you could donate any items to add to our raffle it would be …

    Continue reading

    Form of words for responses to BDC Draft Plan

    IMPORTANT: These should be used as a guide only, and are to assist in writing your objections. Please amend or rewrite as appropriate to reflect your own views. This is important because identical responses may be identified and recorded as a single response, so please do change them . The consultation process ends …

    Continue reading

    Vacancy – Bluebell Inn, Lound

    The Bluebell Inn has a vacancy for staff

    • The applicant must be over 18 years of age. 
    • We require a variety of shifts and can be flexible to suit applicant, these will range from 4-6 hours in length. 
    • Previous experience preferred but not essential as maturity, reliability and motivation are more important !
    • Ideally, …

      Continue reading

    Yoga – Lound Village Hall

    Following the relaxing summer break it is now time to do some exercise, therefore, why not visit the next Yoga session in Lound Village Hall starting on>Tuesday 10th September at 11.00am.

    New members, including beginners, are always very welcome. Male and female, young and not so young.

    Do not forget to bring a mat to lie …

    Continue reading

    Aurora Wellbeing Centre


    Aurora Wellbeing Centre, which is based in the Old Library Building in Worksop, is at the forefront of an initiative which was launched across South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and Bassetlaw last year to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of cancer and the opportunities for screening which ultimately could increase the …

    Continue reading

    Fibre Broadband in Lound

    Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire

    Details of the work ‘Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire’ programme to reach residents of Town Street and Chainbridge Road, whom without the work of the Nottinghamshire programme would have no access to fibre broadband. The residents have received access to a full-fibre solution, which is the most up-to-date fibre service currently available …

    Continue reading

    St. Bartholomew’s Church Building Project


    The Parochial Church Council under the leadership of Rev’d Cora Yarrien have decided to embark on a church building project to install a toilet and kitchen at St Bartholomew’s Church.  

    The toilet and kitchen are essential facilities for any public and community building. The church needs to raise approximately £50,000 to see the project …

    Continue reading

    Lound Oil Syndicate

    Planned January Oil delivery

    I have had a few requests from people for oil and so I am planning an oil delivery in the next two weeks. I intend to place an order for home oil deliveries to be made in Lound for either week commencing 14th or 21st January 2019, dependant upon your response.

    I therefore need …

    Continue reading

    School Governors Required

    Sutton Cum Lound school is looking to recruit a number of Foundation Governors to monitor and guide the school on it’s journey. The school has grown in size and pupil numbers over the past few years and is well regarded in the locality. A foundation governor would need to commit to at least two evening …

    Continue reading

    Load more