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Brinsley Parish Council

Welcome to Brinsley Parish Council

Brinsley is an English civil parish within the district of Broxtowe and the county of Nottinghamshire

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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Councillors and Staff

Parish Clerk Donna Kemp / Responsible Financial Officer (RFO)

Parish Clerk / RFO

parishclerk@brinsley-pc.gov.uk

Cllr Rosemary Herrett-Bellamy (Chair)

Councillor

cllrrherrett-bellamy@brinsley-pc.gov.uk

Cllr Helen Stevenson

Councillor

cllrhstevenson@brinsley-pc.gov.uk

Cllr Gemma Bellamy

Councillor

cllrgbellamy@brinsley-pc.gov.uk

Area Information

Stats

  • Population Estimate

    2289

  • District

    Broxtowe

  • County

    Nottinghamshire

  • Region

    East Midlands

  • Country

    England

  • Postcode District

    NG16

  • Dialling Code

    01773

  • Police Force

    Nottinghamshire Police Force

  • Fire Authority

    Nottinghamshire and City of Nottingham Fire and Rescue Service

  • Health Area

    NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG

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