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Welcome to Aubourn with Haddington Parish Council

Aubourn with Haddington Parish Council Website

The Villages of Aubourn and Haddington lie 6 miles South of the City of Lincoln just east of the A46 and are separated by the River Witham. Aubourn has a one-way system that is unusual for a small countryside village and is recorded as a settlement in the Domesday Book of 1086, in the hundred of Graffoe and the county of Lincolnshire. It had a recorded population of 20 households. Haddington is also recorded in the Domesday book of 1086 and It had a recorded population of 15 households.

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Parish Council Announcements

The next Parish Council meeting will take place on Thursday 11th July 2024.  For the agenda, please click here
Notice of Vacancy - Parish Councillor
The Parish Council has a vacancy.  Please click here for details.
Parish Council Elections
Jason Snape has found it difficult to continue as Chairman as he no longer lives in the Aubourn with Haddington Parish. With effect of the meeting Jason has resigned as a Parish Councilor. The Parish Councillors thanked Jason for all his efforts in the last year and wish him well on his new ventures. As a result of the resignation of Jason Snape, Councillor John Mosedale was elected as Chairman and Councillor Julie Plackett-Smith as Vice Chairman.
New Parish Councillor
The Parish Council has co-opted Mrs Lynne Rocks from Aubourn as our 5 th parish councillor. We wish her well in the forthcoming session.
Fosse Green Energy
The first stage of public consultation for Fosse Green Energy has now closed. Information about the project can by found at

There is a Facebook page for this project run by local residents and can be found at:- and is titled Fosse Green Solar Farm Information Group

For all parish council issues please email the parish Clerk Ms Kerrie Vickers 
Sir Christopher Nevile/Summers Charity
Information on this charity for Aubourn and Haddington is available here


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