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, unpaid, as elected representatives.

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 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.

Hilton Parish Council meets on the first Monday of the month, ten months a year, missing August and either January or February. The meetings are in public and usually start at 7:30pm at The Village Hall. There is always an opportunity for parishioners to speak about agenda items at these meetings.

The council has many functions, activities include:

Representing the village at local government level.

Reviewing planning applications, material to the fabric of our village and reporting back to Huntingdon District Council.

Managing and maintaining the village assets such as the Pavilion, the Play Park, and the 27 acres of common land.

Supporting firework night financially and Feast Week where possible.