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Higham on the Hill Parish Council

Serving the people of Higham On The Hill and Lindley

Clerk: Dot Dickson
15 Nuneaton Lane, Higham on
the Hill, Nuneaton CV13 6AD

Tel: 01455 212008

Higham on the Hill Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Higham on the Hill a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.

Latest News

A5 roadworks

Tue, 07 Feb 2017 19:09 by Janet Robinson

information aboutA5 roadworks coming soon

Message from Parish Chairman

Thu, 26 Jan 2017 11:06 by Janet Robinson

Main Notes from the parish council meeting of the 16th January 2017

The parish council would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy New Year albeit a little belated.
The parish precept has not been increased for a number of years now, but to cover our costs the Parish council voted to increase it this year. The precept is the amount of money levied on each household in the village, it is collected by HBBC through your normal council Tax and passed onto to us, it allows us to run the various services such as ground maintenance, dog waste bin collection, play equipment inspection and repairs etc. The increase amounts to £1.73 per year per household per year. If anyone requires more details, please write or contact the parish clerk, who will be happy to supply you with the appropriate documents.
Residents with small children who use the toddlers play area will notice that the surface in that area is in a poor condition, the parish council are aware of this and are at present obtaining various quotations to get the replacement work carried out however, the type of surface we already have is very expensive therefore we are looking at alternatives that would be safe and acceptable. You may notice that one of the swings has been removed as a new seat is needed. We would appreciate if you notice any problems in the recreation ground, please notify the parish clerk or any parish councillor.
All car drivers will have noticed the potholes that have appeared at roundabout where the A5 meets Nuneaton Lane, they have been reported and we are at present awaiting a response.
We have been notified that the work on providing a hard standing surface by the bus stop at bottom of Nuneaton Lane has been approved we can only hope this work is carried in the very near future.
The Parish council would like to thank all the conscientious dog owners who pick up any mess made by their pets whether in the recreation ground, or in street the problem seems to have improved in recent months.
Our new parish web site is now up and running and we have had over 2000 visits to it since it began in July. We would ask you all to give it a try you may find it useful.
The next parish council meeting is Tuesday 7th March 2017 at the Methodist Chapel 7.30pm More »

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Burglary warning

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 16:32 by Janet Robinson

The Parish Council has been alerted about a recent burglary in the village.

A property in Station Road has recently had the shed broken into and a lawn mower and tools stolen.

Proposed Chicane on Nuneaton Lane