Next Council Meeting  - Thursday 25th July, 2019, at 6pm. 

Please see info below regarding the bus service - 13.06.2019


After meeting with local residents and the views that were expressed during the interviews with Olivia Cubbberley live on Radio Humberside, I contacted the Cllr Josh Walshe the NLC Ward Councillor for Gunness & Burringham, and also tried to contact Mr Nicholas Hornsby of Hornsbys Bus with a view to setting up an urgent meeting with all concerned parties to see how we can move forward. I have also spoken to some of my Council colleagues to keep them informed.
At this moment in time it is proposed that this matter should be discussed with some urgency at our next council meeting on the 20/06/2019 where the residents can of course attend if they wish, there are several options we can consider to try and maintain a service into the village.
Cllr Walshe has informed me he will be attending this meeting to inform the Council of any developments from NLC, in particular the concerns raised by the Parish Council and residents at the last Council Meeting.
Kind Regards,
Steve Roach.
Vice Chair.
                                                                   Burringham Parish Council.




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Burringham is a village in North Lincolnshire just outside Scunthorpe. It nestles on the East Bank of the River Trent.

There are approximately 300 properties in the village, two new estates and some original old properties.

The Old Hall is still inhabited and is situated on the High Street. It also boasts an Anglian church designed by Samuel Sanders Teulon dedicated to St John the Baptist in 1856.

The Village Primary school is in Gunness. Its public house the Take a Gander is on the High Street.

During excavation work in 1843 a bronze shield was unearthed, the shield would have been beaten out from a solid block bronze. It is now on display In the British Museum in London.