Welcome to the Hilton Parish Council website
Hilton Parish Council is here to serve our community. As an organisation we form part of your local government and must adhere to local government policies. Councillors are drawn from the parish and offer their time as volunteers.
We have many functions but overall our prime objective is to manage, improve and preserve our village for the good of all.
Hilton is a unique community and a very desirable place to live, however we are facing many pressures. Your Parish Council is a well placed to represent our community and work with Huntingdonshire District Council, Cambridgeshire County Council and National Government plus other authorities such as the Police, Highways England and transport groups to achieve the best for our community.
Latest News Items
Cambridgeshire County Council are looking for volunteers to participate in the Community Gritting Scheme. This is a scheme where local volunteers can help to keep their communities moving in freezing weather. Please find further information in the documents below.
You can read a copy of the Parish Council’s risk assessment below: Covid-19 Risk Assessment – Playground
To use the free GOV.UK Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp, simply add 07860 064422 in your phone contacts and then message the word ‘hi’ in a WhatsApp message to get started. The information from the service is below (correct as at 26/03/20): Health information This service cannot check your symptoms or provide a diagnosis. What […]
Local information can be found here. Daily updates from Cambridgeshire County Council (covering the entire County) can be found here. Information from the gov.uk Coronavirus Information Services on WhatsApp can be found here.
Friday 6th August 2020 Welcome to the last edition of Highlights from the Hubs – for the time being. We reached a significant milestone last weekend, when the National Shielding Programme was officially paused. People who have been shielding from the virus for the past four months or more because they are clinically extremely vulnerable […]