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Glebe Field

The Glebe Field lies between St Mary's Church and The Waggon & Horses public house and is owned by Bleasby Parish Council.

A wonderful community facility which is used to host events and is open for the public to enjoy (no dogs please). It is in everyday use for anything from sitting to admire the beautiful surroundings, for children to explore and play and for local people to take part in a variety of activities such as teddy bears’ picnics for the Bleasby Playgroup and the charity camp-out undertaken by Bleasby WI members! 

If you would like to hold an event on Glebe Field please see the attached application and conditions of use before contacting the Parish Council or Bleasby Events Group to express your interest.

In 2018 Glebe Field saw the addition of the Aircrews Memorial which remembers the names of 41 airmen who died in aircraft crashes in the area of Bleasby, Nottinghamshire during WWII. 

Click here for more information about Glebe Field.