Welcome to the new style Wheatley Web contained within the Sturton Ward site. As of December 2015 this new site is being constructed to take advantage of the latest technology, social media and is fully W3C Standards compliant. Any comments or requests can be submitted by using the Comments box at the bottom of each page where available. Or by using the contacts form where applicable.
The New site makes use of the very latest technology and has the huge advantage of being responsive to the device it is being viewed on. It can be viewed on any size screen from smart phone to a TV screen. The old site would only work on Laptops and PC Screens. Most people view websites using smart phones and this site is deigned with that in mind.
Wheatley village (a combination of North and South) is a pleasant village in North Nottinghamshire. It is situated midway between Retford and Gainsborough on the A620. Originally a typical farming community it has a pleasing mix of properties and a some businesses. It has a church, chapel, pub, three shops, village hall & lots of amenities for its population of approximately 650 people. The village is famous for its strawberries and other soft fruits.
This site is owned by the Parish Councils of Sturton Ward and will be used to engage with the Parisioners of the Ward.