Little Hadham Parish Council was created in 1896. The parish is to the west of the market town of Bishop’s Stortford and is made up of a number of hamlets − The Ashe, The Ford, Bury Green, Westland Green, Hadham Hall, Cradle End, Green Street and Church End.
Date of next Parish Council meeting
Tuesday 2nd November 2021 at 7:30 p.m. In the Village Hall.
We have a vacancy on the parish council. If you would like to join us or you are interested in what the parish council does please get in touch with the clerk. If you have a particular project or interest or you just want to contribute the parish council would be delighted to welcome you.
The Little Hadham Defibrillator is located in a yellow box outside the front entrance of the Village Hall.
Access is gained by ringing Ambulance on 999 who will give you the access code and send an ambulance. Once you push the on button on the defibrillator it gives you verbal easy to follow step by step instructions on what to do.
You can make a 999 call even if your phone network has no signal.
Little Hadham A120 bypass
The Parish News is published by the Little Hadham PCC and is supported by the Parish Council.
As well as information about St Celilia’s Church, the Parish News has reports from the Council, reports on parish activities and articles by parish residents. September issue
The Village Hall is run by a charitable trust. Find out more.
Hertfordshire County Council has given notice of several road closures in Little Hadham and surrounding areas.
The Parish Post Office is open every Tuesday and Thursday morning.
The Council has produced a leaflet describing some walks around the parish.
Regular film showings on 4 metre screen with surround sound
Email:email@example.com or phone Joan McKinlay 07789 098071 for further details.
We know that facing the end of life can leave you feeling isolated and alone. The Anne Robson Trust helpline volunteers are here to listen and support you. Find out more
The September Parish Council meeting saw a lot of discussion on the recent activities at Side Hilly. Parishioners raised their concerns and provided useful information about happenings at the site. Whilst the Parish Council has no enforcement powers, we can represent the views of parishioners to East Herts District Council and other public bodies so your comments and feedback is always useful. The Parish Council has approached the owners and operators of the site requesting a meeting. That request has been accepted and will happen in the next couple of weeks.
The Parish Council is organising a parish event for 2022. If any parishioners would like to join us in organising the event please contact the parish clerk. All suggestions and ideas are gratefully received.
|Cllr Tony Hoodless|
|Cllr Neil Faraday|
|Cllr Richard Mardell|
|Cllr Freddie Arkell|
|Cllr Carolyn Westlake|
|Cllr Mary Wilkinson|
|Bowls & Badminton Clubs|
|The Ford War memorial|
|Dedication of the Ford War memorial|
|Those named on The Ford War memorial|
|Other parish memorials|
|War Memorial references|
|Minutes 2016 - 2021|
|Minutes 2010 - 2015|
|Minutes 2006 to 2009|