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Buy our Heritage Book, find out about our society, it’s aims and constitution (not finished yet).
The modern, immaculate village hall in Minting is the hall for Gautby, Minting, Waddingworth and Wispington.
Gautby village hall is a very small hall used as a base for the Heritage Society and small local events. Find out what’s on, agendas, minutes, constitutions, links to charity commission etc.
Our villages provide a wealth of photographic opportunities, perhaps none more so than when the snow falls; romantic, traditional, Christmas card scenes abound..
From sunrise to sunset, our wide horizons offer stunning cloud formations, intense colours and views that stretch for miles. After sunset, on a clear night, the Milky r TWay is breathtaking.
Although many of our buildings are recent, Minting was mentioned in the Domesday book and we have a scheduled ancient monument site of an alien priory, and some buildings from around 1660.
Nestling at the foot of the Wolds and with the Lincolnshire Limewoods as our backdrop, our farming landscape is dotted with settlements; its tranquility belies it’s past as the social centre of Lincolnshire life in Jane Austin’s era.
BT SUPERFAST BROADBAND Update
BT’s junction box at Wispington Crossroads has been updated and for those living close enough this should mean high speed access. Residents need to contact BT directly to have their property assessed for suitability. To receive high speed broadband may cost more.
For those of us who are outside this limited area the choices remain AB Internet (line of sight), Mobile or satellite. The Parish Council continues to press AB for provision of an additional mast.
IF you’d like to keep up to date with comings and goings in Minting and Gautby; join the conversation on Facebook or Twitter. Click the relevant icons at the top of the page.
Don’t Forget the St George’s Feast at Gautby Village Hall on Saturday, 25th April 2015. See Event Diary page for more details.
Defibrillator (AED) Fund news and how to donate to the fund, see the Defib Fund page.
|2013 Parish Council Documents|
|How to Buy the Book|
|Helpful village information|