The Weston Parish Council held its first meeting in 1894 and meets once a month to discuss Parish affairs. Meetings are normally held on the first Monday of the month at 7.30 pm. There is always a 15 minute public forum at the beginning of the meeting giving residents an opportunity to put forward their views. The Parish Council is made up of 10 Councillors, five for each Ward.
The Parish has a thriving and flourishing community with many clubs and organisations for all ages playing an important role in making this an attractive and popular parish in which to live. Each Ward has its own Church, School, Village Hall and Public House while Weston has its own Shop and Post Office.
The Parish consists of two wards, Weston and Weston Hills. The Parish is situated approx. 3.5 miles NE of Spalding, it covers just over 10 miles from its north to south boundaries. The River Welland forms the northern boundary at Wragg Marsh and the southern boundary adjoins to Queens Bank, Crowland. The Parish is bordered by the villages of Cowbit, Moulton, Surfleet, Crowland and Pinchbeck.
Weston Ward has the benefit of 6 acres of land which has been developed into a playing field and community area. There is evidence of a Romano-British Settlement and the now deserted medieval site of Wykeham was once the site of Wykeham Hall the country residence of the prior of Spalding. The ruined chapel of Saint Nicholas still stands on the site.