Bathley Parish Council

The rural village of Bathley is situated approximately five miles north west of Newark-on-Trent in the district of Nottinghamshire.

The village enjoys a long history, being mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086. Bathley is also home to the oldest recorded house in Nottinghamshire.

The focal point of the village is The Crown Inn and, in the absence of a village hall, this welcoming pub serves many functions. There are many designated footpaths and bridlepaths connecting the surrounding villages.


Clerk: Sally Grogan

Telephone: 07887 244077 / 01636 672422



All councillors must declare any private interests that may cause conflict when making council decisions. See the councillors' register of interest (PDF File, 288kb).

Election of Parish/Town Councillor May 2023 Declaration of Uncontested Result (PDF File, 120kb) 

Bathley Parish Council invites applications from members of the parish interested in being co-opted to the

Parish Council - Vacancy Advert (PDF File, 61kb)

District and County councillors

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Financial information

 AGAR documents 2022-23 [28kb]

Annual Accounts 2021 (PDF File, 2,991kb)

Notice of Public Rights 2021 (PDF File, 135kb)

AGAR docs 2021 to 2022 (PDF File, 8,685kb)

AGAR documents 2022-2023 (PDF File, 8,717kb)

If you would like to view previous documents relating to financial information, please contact the Parish Clerk.