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Lea Parish Council

Welcome to the Lea Parish Council website

We hope you find the website interesting and beneficial, either as a resident of the Parish or a visitor to Lea.

Lea is a small quiet village which is situated to the south of Gainsborough town and is approximately 17 miles from Lincoln.   We are close to the River Trent and are surrounded by beautiful countryside with some lovely walks around the village.

Lea Park 50th Anniversary Festival

In 2023  it will be 50yrs since the formal opening of Lea Park and Lea Parish Council think that is something worth celebrating!

Saturday 9th September will see the Lea Park 50th Anniversary Festival, so get that date in your diaries!  Between 12:00 and 21:00 there will be much to see and do in Lea Park, including:

Donkey rides, a climbing wall, a children's entertainer, dancing groups, sports groups, food stalls, a craft fair, vintage tractors and cars, live music and so much more!

A dedicated group of volunteers are organising this event and a great deal of hard work has already been completed but we NEED MORE HELP! If you can help on the day, even if just for an hour, especially during the morning when setting up, please, please contact lea.parish.council.jmartin@gmail.com 

ANY HELP IS REALLY APPRECIATED. THANK YOU!

Raffle Tickets

Lea Park 50th Anniversary is partly funded by the sale of raffle tickets. The festival Steering Group would like to thank everyone who has kindly donated a raffle prize

So, at 50p a ticket/ £2.50 for a book of 5, you need to purchase your tickets to be in with the chance to win one, or more, of the fabulous prizes on offer.

Prizes include: £100 and other cash prizes, a flight over Lea, beauty treatments, pantomime tickets, experiences and much, much more!!

Tickets available at all pop Up Pantry events and on the day. Also see posts on Lea Community Facebook page

The new play area

At last the new play area is finally on it's way!

After a delay of 5 months, Lea Parish Council are now in receipt of monies owed by Rippon Homes and so can now proceed with plans for the new play area for children aged 12 and under. The old equipment will be removed, except the slide, and all new equipment will be installed. To allow for this to happen the Council has employed a ground work firm, the play equipment installers and fencing contractors. Unfortunately, the delay in receiving the funding means that original dates for the installation have been lost but we now have a new provisional date in early September. The council is disappointed that the play area will not be installed for the summer, but it will be worth the wait!

LEA LIFE