Welcome to the Haxey Parish Council Website

This website will provide exciting information about forthcoming and past events and will also give an insightful look into what Haxey Parish has to offer.

 

Meet the Council

Chairperson: Cllr Dave Knowles

Vice-Chairperson: Cllr Helen Condliff

Councillors: Cllr Mark Bond, Cllr Pauline Booth, Cllr Mick Carlile, Cllr Helen Condliff, Cllr George Fiddler, Cllr Trevor Foreman, Cllr David Harris,  Cllr Jerry Henwood, Cllr Alan Holgate, Cllr David Knowles, Cllr Chris Layton, Cllr Carol Lindley, Cllr Mark Parkin, Cllr John Smedley & Cllr Ian Thorpe

Clerk to the Parish Council Ms. Deb Hotson

Westwoodside Playing Field Association

STOP PRESS – Important Information for Residents

Press Release   DATE:16 May 2022

 Haxey Parish are proud to be part of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Beacons and Associated Activities on June 2, 2022.

 Haxey Parish Council has announced plans to light a Beacon for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on the evening of  Thursday, June 2, 2022.

The Beacon is one of thousands being lit in the UK and the Commonwealth, and forms part of the official programme announced by Buckingham Palace for the Jubilee Weekend.

The Beacon will be lit at Tower Hill, and it will be one of over 2,022 lit by charities, communities and faith groups all over the UK.  The following is the planned programme:

            2125 – Preparation of the Beacon finalised.  Public assemble on the road between the Water Tower to St Nicholas Church.(Road closure in operation from Mill Lane to Church Lane.)

            2135 – Kate Bilmore piper, piping Diu Regnare.

            2140 – Sam Cook bugler, playing Majesty.

            2145 – Beacon Lighting.

In addition, beacons will be lit in all 54 Commonwealth capitals and the Principal Beacon lighting will take place in a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Thursday evening. This will take the form of a lighting installation with The Queen’s Green Canopy ’Tree of Trees’ sculpture and projections onto the front of Buckingham Palace. This innovative new way of taking part in the beacon lighting will reflect the Royal Family’s long history championing environmental causes.

 Bruno Peek LVO OBE OPR, Pageantmaster of The Queen’s Jubilee Platinum Beacons said; “ Building on a long tradition of lighting beacons to mark significant royal celebrations, thousands of beacons will be lit across the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth  They will enable local communities to join together to pay tribute to Her Majesty as part of the official programme of events.

“ For the first time, town criers, pipers, buglers and choirs from the UK and the Commonwealth will come together to join in the celebrations in their own individual and special way. It is wonderful to see the range of support for beacon lighting, which will highlight both the diversity and unity of the nation and the Commonwealth. The Queen has lit up our lives for 70 years through her dedicated service and commitment. We would like to light up the nation and the Commonwealth in her honour.

Haxey Parish Council said:  “ We are proud to be part of this momentous celebration. It is only appropriate that this unique milestone in history is marked with beacons and music. We are honoured to be part of this special event for Her Majesty, The Queen’s 70th year as our Monarch and Head of the Commonwealth on her Platinum Jubilee.”           

For more information or interviews please contact Clerk to Haxey Parish Council: haxeypc@live.co.uk/ Mobile: 07842201877

Men in Sheds – event information

N NEL Bulk Oil Buying Scheme Leaflet

Isle of Axholme Food Share Project

North Lincolnshire Household Support Fund is now open for applications. The purpose of the scheme is to help North Lincolnshire residents who are most in need this winter. It is aimed at individuals, families and other households who are struggling to buy food or pay for energy or utility bills. It can also be used for other essential household costs in exceptional circumstances. The scheme is open until the end of March 2022. The link below will take you to the relevant information/application form:

 https://www.northlincs.gov.uk/people-health-and-care/financial-support-advice-and-guidance/#1627038921996-4ec02fc9-4a4e

 

 

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Haxey Parish Council Disclaimer

Arrow Publication – December 2019

 

 

 

About the Haxey Parish Council

There are 15 Haxey Parish Council Councillors, who are elected representatives.

Currently, there are 4 Councillors from Westwoodside, 8 from Haxey, 2 from East Lound and 1 from Graizelound.

Councillors are not paid and receive no income, so all work done on our Resident’s behalf is completely voluntary.

The Council normally meets on the last Tuesday in each month and there are 12 planned meetings per year.

We deal with large numbers of planning applications and from time to time this may necessitate extra meetings.

At the start of Council meetings 15 minutes is set aside for public participation.

 For information on the May 2019 Elections – http://www.ernllca.info

Local Representation on Other Committees

Parish Councillors also attend other meetings with organisations such as the Isle of Axholme Drainage Board, Haxey Combined Charity, Haxey Endowed School Estates, Local Neighbourhood Watch meetings and North Lincolnshire Council meetings with Town and Parish Councils.

The Parish Council is the Sole Trustee of Westwodside Playing Fields Association (WPFA) and is responsible for the running of the facilities through the WPFA Management Committee (WPFAMC). 

The Council is also represented on Haxey and Westwoodside Village Hall Committees, Haxey Playing Field Committee, St. Nicholas Parochial Church Council (PCC)  with regard to the Closed Churchyard, the Isle of Axholme Physically Handicapped Society, Epworth Police Authority Neighbourhood Panel, Axholme South Neighbourhood Action Team, the Joint Advisory Committee for the Turbary Land, the East Riding and North Lincolnshire Local Councils Association (ERNLLCA), the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE), the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and the Isle of Axholme/Hatfield Chase Project.

The Council
Westwoodside Water Tower
Dr Dyson's Haxey
War Memorial Haxey
Geenhill Haxey