Welcome to our village, which is in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire. Recorded in the Doomsday Book as Brotulbi, the name Brattleby originates from the Danish language. For generations, Brattleby was a working agricultural centre. This history can be seen in many of the beautiful buildings in our village, and in the lovely surrounding countryside. In 1981 the village was designated a conservation area.
Brattleby is a civil parish of Lincolnshire and so has a parish council. There are four elected members of the council, all long-time residents of the village. Their work is administered by a parish clerk, who is currently another resident of the village.
A big thank you to Pam, Michael, Nicki and Ian for organising a bonfire or all the village to enjoy.
Get involved: Lincolnshire Transport Plan
Lincolnshire County Council has started consulting on a new Local Transport Plan that sets out a vision for travelling around the county for the next 10 years. You can get involved and have your say on this matter by doing their online survey. Survey closes 1st December 2021
Have Your Say: Nearby Solar Energy Projects
A national energy company is developing proposals for two new local solar and energy storage projects, one of which is proposed to be located in the triangle of land between Ingham, Sturton by Stow and Willingham by Stow.
Two websites have been published to inform local residents and encourage participation in the proposals. You can have your say by accessing the websites and following the links.
Brattleby on YouTube
Thanks to a local video maker and fan of Lincolnshire locations, our lovely village now features in its very own YouTube video. Cick the link below to take a look.