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.
Tuesday 3rd September 2019 at 8:00 p.m. in the Village Hall.
A steering Committee, supported by the Council, has started work on preparing a Neighbourhood Plan for the parish.
Three vacancies have arisen on Little Hadham Parish Council.
The Council is seeking applications from residents within the parish who believe they could contribute to the principal aim of making our village a better place in which to live.
This is a job with considerable rewards – satisfaction rather than remuneration – for someone who wants to get more involved with the community. There are no formal qualifications but it would be helpful to be a confident self-starter, with experience or a personal interest that could benefit the work of the Council. People skills are important and access to email a distinct advantage.
The successful applicants would be co-opted after selection by existing councillors. If you think this might be you, please send a brief career summary and a note of any special interests, to:
Parish Clerk, Rosemary Cottage, Acorn St., Hunsdon, Herts, SG12 8PE
The Council meets on the first Tuesday of the month except in January and August.
Meetings start at 8:00 p.m. In the Village Hall.
There is a time at the start of the meeting when residents can ask questions or make comments on parish matters. Meeting dates.
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. July issue
The Village Hall is run by a charitable trust. Find out more.
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.
The Environment page of the site includes information on roads, public rights of way and parish flooding.
The Parish Post Office is open every Tuesday and Thursday morning.
The Council has produced a leaflet describing some walks around the parish.
Herts County Council also has a Walking for Health scheme.
Find out where to report problems here.
|Cllr Liz Lloyd-Williams|
|Cllr Tony Hoodless|
|Cllr Michael Attwell|
|Cllr Richard Mardell|
|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|
|Bury Green Farm|
|Minutes 2014 - 2019|
|Minutes 2008 - 2013|
|Minutes 2006 to 2007|