Where is Little Hale?
Little Hale is a small village with around 180 electors, lying just over a mile south of Heckington, between Great Hale and Helpringham, in Lincolnshire in the East Midlands region of England. Little Hale Fen stretches eastwards from the village towards the South Forty Foot Drain and the Parish boundary extends to Burton Pedwardine in the west. The ancient Car Dyke runs through the Parish.
Little Hale Defib - Access Code
It has come to our notice that 999 Call Handlers are asking callers to fetch the Defib without giving out the access code you'd need to release the Defib from its cabinet. They should give the number.
Photo by Steve Poulton
A big thank you to everyone who helped out in the community during the Pandemic. As we seem to have reached a state of normality please do continue to take care, watch out for Covid symptoms and stay safe - but let's enjoy getting back out to events and gatherings, whether it's regular events like the Coffee Mornings at the Chapel or one-offs like the Jubilee Event at Grange Farm, or anything else!
Arrangements for meetings
Zoom was a great facility to enable the Parish Council business to continue while we couldn't meet face-to-face, but it's good to be meeting in real life again. Please don't forget that members of the public are welcome to attend the meetings and we always set aside 10 mins at the beginning for people to have their say.
Meetings planned for the rest of 2022-23 are scheduled for:
5th July, 6th Sept, 1st Nov, 3rd Jan 2023, 7th Mar, 2nd May, all at 7.30 in the Chapel
The meetings on 2nd May 2023 will be 7.30 pm Annual Parish Meeting and 7.45 pm Annual Meeting of the Parish Council.
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