Hatfield and District Group Parish Council

Welcome to our website

Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every other month, but this may be subject to change, due to hall availability and other factors. Details will be posted on this website. Minutes and Agenda will be posted on this website,

Councillors are duly summoned to attend an  Ordinary meeting of the Group Parish Council   to be held on Tuesday 6th March   2018 at Pudleston Village Hall at 7.00pm

The meetings are held at Pudleston Village Hall, starting at 7pm.  

The Parish Councillors details are as follows:

Docklow and Hampton Wafre Members

Councillor Adam Lewis Tel: 07970555230

Councillor Robert Hanson,  Chairman Tel: 760248

Hatfield and Newhampton Members

Councillor Tim Brooke,  Tel: 07740717564

Councillor Eric Griffiths Tel: 760553

Pudleston Members

Councillor Michael Thomas Tel: 750402

Councillor Cecil Price  Vice Chairman                                                                                             Tel: 760695

Clerk & RFO Susan Hanson Tele 01568 760248  or email hatfieldgpc@gmail.com

Ward Member for Hampton Court:

Councillor Bruce Baker       Email  bruce.baker@herefordshire.gov.uk

ANY RESIDENT  can report Road Defects in their area 

The web address for residents to report road defects DIRECTLY is www.herefordshire.gov.uk/report-it

Road defects for the attention of the Parish Council may be reported to the clerk

The Parishes of Pudleston: Hatfield & Newhampton: Docklow & Hampton Wafre

The Parish Council would like to add a History of the Parishes including details and a description about the Group area on their Website and need YOUR help.

If You have any historical information or current details or any information relating to or about your village, which you would like to share with others and be considered for inclusion on the website, please send details to: email hatfieldgpc@gmail.com          or        The Clerk      Lower Docklow Farm   Docklow HR6  ORZ

Parish Councils

Parish councils have existed since medieval times, when they settled local disputes and were in charge of agriculture and land management. They have changed over the last 1000 years into the modern constitution, which was created in 1896.