Welcome to Little Hale Parish Council's website
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.
Heckington Rural Ward By-Election following the resignation of Cllr Stewart Ogden
The election has been announced and nominations are invited. The Poll is expected to be held on 21st March. Please see note about getting photo ID if you don't already have suitable proof of Identity
The Parish Council has been awarded some CIL funding as a result of recent developments in the parish.
Extra Parish Council Meeting 17th October 2023
An extra meeting has been called on Tuesday 17th October, for Councillors to consider an application for a Solar Farm on Little Hale Fen . Residents are welcome, as always, to attend.
Arrangements for meetings
In accordance with regulations, Little Hale Parish Council meetings are held face-to-face in the Chapel. 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.
Forthcoming meetings for 2023-24 are scheduled for: 5th March, at 7.30 pm, 7th May Annual Parish meeting at 7.30pm followed by the Annual Parish Meeting at 7.45pm, all in the Chapel.
Dates for 2024-25 will be agreed at the Annual Meeting in May 2024
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