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 currently four members of the council. There is one vacancy . The work of the council is administered by a parish clerk, who is a resident of the village.
Next Council Meeting
The next Council meeting will take place at 7.15 on Monday 20th February at BSA Village Hall.
Click here for the draft minutes of last meeting
St Cuthberts Cleaning. Help needed
St Cuthberts Church Brattleby cleaning rota currently requires
additional members. If you would like to give an hour a month towards the upkeep of this important village asset, please contact Anne Spencer 730466