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  • Hellingly Parish Council

    The Parish Council provides a Village Hall, Cemetery, Recreation Grounds and Allotments. It is also consulted on Planning matters where it gives the local view. The Parish Council meets at 7.30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month, except August, when there is usually no Parish Council Meeting. Committee meetings generally commence at 7.00 p.m. See Committees page for a full list of forthcoming meetings.

    The Council manages the Country Park which includes lakes, a cricket pitch and pavilion.  In the future there will also be allotments and a new Community Hall.

    The Council has been awarded Quality Council status.

    The Council provides the Chairman and strong support for the Cuckmere Flood Forum. It administers the Millennium Arboretum on the Cuckoo Trail, and liaises with the Hellingly Community Park Trust which has assisted in the establishment of Hellingly Country Park on the site of the former Hellingly hospital.



    What will it mean for Hellingly ?
    Hailsham Proposals Map
    Hailsham Boundaries​ Map
    Hellingly Core Area Map
    Lower Dicker Map
    A22 Employment Sector​ Map
    Land to the east of North Street Map
    Lower Horsebridge Core Area Map
    Policy SWGA 9
    Requirement for 14228 new dwellings within the district for the period 2013 to 2028
    Sector Hailsham North 1
    Spatial Objective 2 and 3
    Spatial Objective Housing





    Planning - 24th September & 10th October 6.30pm
    Council - 10th October 7.30pm

    Grounds - 5th November 7.30pm
    Cemetery & Allotments - 11th March 2019 7.30pm
    Finance - 19th November 7.30pm
    Village Hall - 29th Octoer 7.30pm


    2018/19 Meetings Timetable




    Hellingly Parish Council invites applications, to arrive by 30th September 2018, from organisations active in the parish or whose activities are of potential benefit to Hellingly parishioners.  Applicants should contact the Deputy Clerk either by email (deputyclerk@hellingly-pc.org.uk) or telephone 01323 844108 to request an application form.  A recent set of accounts will be required.

    Applications will be considered in November and approved by the Parish Council in the autumn, after which the grants will be paid to successful applicants.  Although the total sum available for grants is limited the sum has not always been fully spent.  The decision of the Council is final.  Organisations who have previously received grants will also need to re-apply.

    Applications should be addressed to: The Deputy Clerk, Hellingly Parish Council, The Village Hall, North Street, Hellingly, BN27 4DS.

    Grant Application Form