Welcome to the Hilperton Parish Council website

On behalf of Hilperton Parish Council, welcome to our website.

The Council hopes that you find being able to access minutes etc. electronically, a useful aid. For information on village history, Wiltshire Councillors, what’s happening at the Village Hall or Community Centre etc., please use the links shown in the menu bar.

Latest news items from Hilperton Parish Council are published below or you can select News for all items from the menu.

Police Report

A copy of the Police Report for Hilperton Parish is available for view or download here.

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Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting

Hilperton Parish Council will be holding an extraordinary meeting on Tuesday 7th November. It will start at 6.00pm in the village hall lounge, NOT the main hall. The lounge can be accessed from the side of the building nearest to the playing field. The main reason for the meeting is so that members of the [...]

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Draft response from Hilperton PC to the WC HSAP

The Hilperton Parish Council draft response to the Wiltshire Council Housing Site Allocations Plan is available.      

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The parish council will be holding a special meeting at the village hall in Whaddon Lane on Tuesday 5th September. Please arrive for a prompt 7.30pm start. The meeting is to enable the parish council to begin to formulate its response to the current WC consultation on future housing allocations for the area and the [...]

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Grass Cutting

Late last year the parish council agreed to fund extra grass cutting throughout the parish. idVerde quoted for the work which involved additional grass cutting at the churchyard, Lacock Gardens, Wyke Road (junction of Foxglove Drive and Towpath Road), Millards Close and Stourton Park. The extra cuts have NOT been carried out and the parish council is investigating [...]

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Feedback is welcomed, you can click the ‘leave a comment or reply’ link on an item if you are registered (moderated for public viewing) or if you want to email the Parish Council, please use the form on the Contact page.

Ernie Clark