Bingham Town Guide
The 2022/2023 Town Guide and new Town Map is now available. The Town Council also commissioned the town map, which has been created by local artist Tim O’Brien, to include the expanding North of Bingham and the town map key features the new townscape that has been designed by Bingham based Ovy Design. A New Town Centre feature map has also been produced in the centre of the guide with assistance from the European Regional Development Fund.
Click here to access the online version
Civility and Respect Project
Bingham Town Council support the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) Civility and Respect Project.
On Thursday 4 May 2023, local elections are taking place across 230 councils in England. At these elections, you will need to bring photo ID to be able to vote... Continue reading
Temporary three-way traffic signals will be in operation on Tithby Road, Bingham (at its Junction with Langar Road) from Wednesday the 22nd of March to Friday the 24th of March... Continue reading
Two-way and four-way temporary traffic signals will be in operation on Chapel Lane, Bingham (near the roundabout with Singleton Drive) between 9:30am and 3:30pm daily from Monday the 24th of... Continue reading
Temporary two-way traffic signals will be in operation on Tithby Road, Bingham (outside number 28) from Friday the 17th of March to Tuesday the 21st of March, operating 24 hours... Continue reading
Bingham was voted “the Best Place to bring up a Family” in October 2013. It is a vibrant Town with a population of approx. 9,000, a Market every Thursday and a Farmers Market on 3rd Saturday of the month held on the Market Place alongside The Buttercross. It is approx. 9 miles east of Nottingham, 9 miles south-west of Newark-on-Trent and west of Grantham situated where A46 (Old Fosse Way) intersects A52.
There are strong links with our Twin Town Wallenfels in Bavaria, Germany, and each year residents from each Town meet up be it in Wallenfels or Bingham. A new play area opened in 2009 and is called Wallenfels Park.
Bingham Twinning Association Website
Bingham Linear Park
The Linear Park is owned by the Town Council and is supported by an enthusiastic group of volunteers, The Friends of Bingham Linear Park.
The Old Court House is where the Council Offices are located and where the Town Clerk is based. All of the council’s business and meetings are conducted here but in addition the building is also available to hire as a venue for meetings.