Hatfield and District Group Parish Council

Welcome to our website

To contact the Parish Council  Please email: hatfieldgpc@gmail.com

Ordinary Meetings are held  every other month, usually on the second Wednesday but this may be subject to change, due to hall availability and other factors. Details on this website.

Agendas will be posted on this website and village Notice Boards 3 days before meeting. Minutes will  normally be posted within one month of the previous meeting.

ALL  PARISHONER’S  are encouraged to report any Road Defects in the area DIRECTLY , so that any queries (as to exact location and precise nature of the issue etc) can be simply resolved by quick reference back to the ‘source’.   The web address for residents to report road defects  is : www.herefordshire.gov.uk/report-it.  Road defects can also be reported by telephone on 01432 261800


Parish Council Meeting   

The next Ordinary meeting of the Hatfield & District Group Parish Council will take place on Wednesday 8th September 2021, at St.  Bartholomew’s Church, Docklow  at 7.00pm

All Covid 19 Regulations & restrictions will  apply and be adhered to at  this meeting.


The Parish Councillors details are as follows:

Docklow and Hampton Wafre Member

Councillor Adam Lewis    Chairman

Councillor Robert Hanson

Hatfield and Newhampton Members

Councillor Mike Bufton

Councillor Clare Hadley   Vice Chairman

Pudleston Members

Councillor Michael Thomas

Councillor Cecil Price     


The Proper Officer:  Clerk/RFO   Susan Hanson     email:     hatfieldgpc@gmail.com


Ward Member for Hampton Court:   Councillor John Harrington

 email  John.Harrington@herefordshire.gov.uk


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

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.