Welcome to Hillam Parish Council Website
Welcome from the Chair:
I hope you find this website useful and interesting. We have put other web links on the site to make it easier for residents to contact us and other organisations involved in making living in Hillam a better experience.
We have a small but special village. We have the Christmas Ring Tree Lights; Hillam News; a vibrant and welcoming pub in the Cross Keys; a Bus Service to access services and shops and lots of active social groups here and in Monk Fryston, these all make it a popular place to live.
The Parish Council role is to make sure that we maintain and improve the village and we welcome residents' involvement in that. Our meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the Month, at Hillam Cricket Pavilion at 7.30pm. The agenda for each meeting will be on the Notice Board in the Village Square or click here so you can see what business is to be discussed. Residents are always welcome.
Chair Hillam Parish Council
Remembrance Day 2020
We will remember them.
Hillam Parish Council
The Parish Council aims to bring you the latest information on current issues the village faces. Please click HERE for the latest information including the Hillam Lane Activity
NOTICE OF VACANCY - Hillam Parish Council has a vacancy for a Councillor, please contact the clerk.
HELP NEEDED: A number of residents would like to start a Community Speed Watch Group - this is a community led initiative to help reduce speeds through the village. If you can volunteer to be a part of this valuable initiative please contact the PC.
HELP NEEDED: The Hillam News Team need new volunteers to help continue the regular Hillam news publication. If you can help, please contact the PC who will put you in contact with the Team.
HELP NEEDED: Hillam Ring Tree Lights Committee need more Volunteers, contact the PC if you are interested.
Some useful websites for advice during lockdown:
The Defibrilator is located inside the Red Phone Booth in The Square, Hillam. There is also an emergency phone installed so that the booth can still be used to call the emergency services. The cabinet is locked, the ambulance service have the code to open the cabinet and will tell this to you over the phone. It is very important that you call 999 in an emergency.