Wheatley village (a combination of North and South) is a pleasant village in North
Nottinghamshire. It is situated midway between Retford and Gainsborough on the A620.
Originally a typical farming community it has a pleasing mix of properties and a
some businesses. It has a church, chapel, pub, three shops, village hall & lots of
amenities for its population of approximately 650 people. The village is famous for
its strawberries and other soft fruits.
This site has been created and sponsored by Wheatley Parish Council for the use of
all interested parties and for village residents in particular.
The last word (Promise) on the election from our local clerk:
A few stats from the poll in Wheatley. No of electors = 504. Postal voters = 82.
Therefore 422 voters on the electoral role could vote on the day.
Number of electors who voted = 330. A 78% turnout. Busiest hour 18.00 to 19.00hrs
(40). Slowest hour 21.00 to 22.00 (4).
To see the current Parish Council make-up see the Public Notices page
If you live in Wheatley your attention is drawn to Village Emergency Plan (revised
in October 2012, and updated in February 2014 to include valuable advice on FLOOD
PREVENTION MEASURES) which is worth your close attention. Click this link to see
By clicking on the headings at left, you can explore Wheatley, its places, people
and what's happening here - remember to scroll to the bottom of each page to see
Please note that only information within the Parish Council pages represent the views
of the council itself. Neither the council nor its officers and servants can be held
responsible for subsequent loss or damage as a result of any error or omission within
this site. The Council reserves the right to edit, alter, amend or exclude material
submitted for posting.
If would like to submit new details/ideas, or make amendments then simply email the
contact with your attachments. In particular we welcome additions to the calendar.
To contact this website by email click HERE
This site enables anyone to report any issue or problem including potholes, street
lights, dog fouling, fly tipping and many other highway and community problems. The
site then refers the issue on to the appropriate authority to deal with. It's easy
to use and gets results.
Additional information regarding district road closures may be viewed on the “Public