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Welcome to Benington Parish Council

 Benington village abuts the North Sea by the wash in eastern England. The parish lies about 5 miles northeast of Boston with Leverton parish to the north, Butterwick to the west and south. The parish covers almost 2,800 acres and includes the hamlets of Sea Bank and West End. If visiting take the A52 out of Boston towards Skegness and you will pass through Benington.

The population has only slightly fluctuated in the last two hundred years with 362 inhabitants in 1801, 52 in 1881, 524 in 1931 and approximately 470 in the present day. No large building developments have been built in recent years in this major farming area. The first Parish Council meeting was held in 1895.

The present-day Parish Council has five councillors, and meet once a month on a Monday evening at The Beonna (All Saints’ Church).