The Village of Collingham has a vibrant mix of facilities, groups, activities and services which support both Collingham and the wider surrounding area.
The village is on the east bank of the old course of the River Trent, now called the Fleet; it is thought that it was around 1600 that the Trent changed course to its present position about 2 km away.
Collingham has a population of more than 2700 people (2011 Census) and benefits from having a range of shops and services including three churches, three pubs, a post office, medical centre, pharmacy, dentist, library and a primary school as well as train and bus services to Lincoln and Newark.
Information on the many Public Rights of Way and Bridle Ways around the Parish can be found here
Collingham is twinned with Villeneuve Sur Yonne in France, their webpage can be found here
The Collingham Parish Council website can be found at http://www.collingham-pc.gov.uk/ where you can find information about meetings, projects and local planning and maintenance.
The Parish of Collingham consists of the villages of Brough, Danethorpe and Danethorpe Hill as well as Collingham itself. The major village of Collingham sits astride the A1133 approximately 6 miles North of Newark-on-Trent and 12 miles South West of Lincoln. This lively and picturesque village comprises North Collingham and South Collingham; each having its own medieval church. There is a substantial conservation area and a rich mix of domestic architecture dating from the 16th Century to the present day. The site of the Roman settlement of Crococalana is nearby. A Parish map is included in the Village Gallery further down this page and shows the large area that is covered by the Parish.
Collingham Parish Notice Boards
- Brough Chapel
- Bus Stop at South Collingham Hall
- Collingham Memorial Hall & Village Centre
- Collingham Post Office
- Jubilee Room
- One Stop
- Station Road/Thornton Road
- The Hedgerows (Near Beaufields House)
- The Hedgerows (Public Open Space)
- Youth & Community Centre