Newton Solney Parish Council

Welcome to Newton Solney's Parish Council's web site. Your comments are always welcome and you can contact any of the parish councillors or the Clerk - details on the contact details page. 

Newton Solney is located adjacent to the River Trent in South Derbyshire on the B5008 between Repton and Burton-on-Trent. It is a medium sized village with a population of about 700 and 530 registered electors. There is an infant school, a church, a village hall, a recreational field, two pubs and a hotel. There is a second school within the parish boundary. Newton Solney can trace its history back to the 10th century.

There are a variety of village groupings some of which are related. The Parish Council (seven councillors) is the formal tier of local government. The Village Hall is managed by an elected committee. There are several village activities which are organised by elected committees - the recreational field, the rifle club, horticultural section, bowling, badminton and tennis clubs, Tuesday club, and art club. 

Newton Solney has a branch of the Women’s Institute which holds regular meetings, usually in the Village Hall. The Newton Park housing development has a residents’ association. The two schools are Bladon House School and Newton Solney C of E (Aided) Infants School. The Parish Church of St Mary is the pastoral focal point for the village. It is well regarded, as recently demonstrated by fund raising activities.

Click here for further details on history and notable buildings

Next Parish Council Meeting

Newton Solney Parish Council usually meets on the second Friday of every month except August at 7.30pm. The next meeting is Friday 14th February at 7.30pm.

There is always a short period at the start of the meeting for Parishioners to ask any questions.


Next Area Forum Meeting

Tuesday 11th February at 6.30-8pm in Findern Village Hall.

 Have YOUR say about key issues that are at the heart of your community. You can also find out about local projects, what's going on in your area and raise any concerns. Come along and get updates from your local police team, council officers, district and county councillors.