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Long Bennington Parish Council

About Long Bennington Parish Council

Long Bennington is a village in South Kesteven, south Lincolnshire, England. It is equidistant from Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire and Grantham, Lincolnshire. Lying alongside the A1 road, its main street was once the part of the Great North Road from London to Edinburgh until December 1968.

Long Bennington is a thriving rural village with excellent local amenities, serving a population of around 2100. It is twinned with the village of Bretteville l’Orgueilleuse in Normandy, France.

We have recently raised funds for a school crossing in the village. Thank you to Ringrose Law for their support to this project. The primary school has around 260 pupils. The provision of a safe place to cross will benefit the whole community, not only the school children and parents but also older residents and visitors.

The Main Road in Long Bennington is a wide road, being the old Great North Road, with a high percentage of HGVs (representing approx. 10% of overall vehicles) travelling to and from Roseland Business Park.

The provision of a crossing makes a safe area to cross near our local primary school that has around 260 children. It serves the whole community allowing safe access to the local facilities.

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