Welcome To Brinsley Parish Council







Election Notice - 2023


Brinsley Parish Notice_of_election_Brinsley_4_May_2023.pdf


 Broxtowe Borough Notice_of_election_BBC_4_May_2023.pdf



Full Council meeting is Wednesday 19th April at 7 pm




Thought you would like to see what is starting to happen on the Brinsley Parish Grounds...
Our MUGA / Basketball area has a much needed bath thanks to https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100083601780852 but this is just the start!!
Painting of the area will commence shortly.
We will then be having some new exciting equipment installed. http://www.facebook.com/playinnovation
Please keep your👀 peeled... for more updates on the area
This has been achieved by the lottery fund the Parish Council was awarded and also though two Councillors Teresa and Rosemary who volunteer their free time on a on a Saturday and Sunday to make a super cupper for the footballers and there amazing supporters.
We would like to thank you both and the supports for helping the Council be able to achieve this wonderful new play area..
Remember keep your 👀 open


MUGA 22 



Wednesday 19th April 2023 at 7 PM




Accounts 2021 - 2022

Notice of Public Rights and Publication of unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return

Annual Governance and Accountability Return parts 1 and 2 (unaudited)

Local Authority Accounts: A summary of your rights

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Brinsley – A brief historical background

Brinsley is an ancient settlement, mentioned in the Doomsday Book as “Bruneslia”. The name appears in other documents as “Brun-ners-ley”, meaning Leys or meadows belonging to a lord named Brun. A manor was established here in the reign of Edward the ‘Confessor. The Manor and the Hall were both fine residences built in the 12th Century for the Duke of Devonshire. They have given their names to the farms which are now based on the same sites.

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