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Hampsthwaite Parish Council Meetings

Village Room
Village Room
Details of Hampsthwaite Parish Council meetings which are held normally on the second Monday of each month starting at 7.30pm in the Village Room - all welcome.

Note - views expressed or content posted in other sections of Hampsthwaite Village website are not necessarily endorsed by Hampsthwaite Parish Council. See Website Disclaimer
  • Click here for the archive of Minutes from past Parish Council meetings
  • Click here for the archive of Parish Council Newsletters
  • Click here for Councillors' Correspondence
SAY NO! - Click HERE to see details of current and previous proposals by HBC and others to build additional homes in Hampsthwaite
Planning Applications
Planning Applications

Representations made via Public Access will be available on the Comments tab. Those made either by post or email will be listed on this page and whilst it will say 'Not Available' the comments can be viewed under the Documents tab.


Councillors' Correspondence and Papers
Councillors' Correspondence and Papers

Parish and Town Council Elections 3 May 2018

The nomination period will commence from 10am on 26 March. As this is will be the first time we have all out elections across Harrogate, it is advisable that any candidates who wish to stand make an appointment in advance to submit their nomination papers.

All nomination papers must be submitted in person at Civic Centre, St Lukes Avenue, Harrogate, HG1 2AE. The deadline for nominations to be submitted is 4pm 6 April 2018. Any nomination papers received by my office in the post will not be accepted.

The nomination packs can be collected between 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday at the Civic Centre, St Lukes Avenue, Harrogate HG1 2AE.

Alternatively, they are also available to download from the Councils website. Please note that nomination packs will not be posted to you.

For information I have also included the elections timetable and key dates for residents below. The Electoral Commission provides excellent guidance for all candidates and agents on election law and responsibilities. All guidance can be viewed at www.electoralcommission.org.uk

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Useful contacts:

Parish Council website

www.hampsthwaite.org.uk/parishcouncil/

Clerk to the Council:

Chris Moore tel. O1943 462834

Local councillors:

David Collett (Chair), tel. 01423 771178

Harrogate Borough Council:

Planning DDS - PlanningEnquiries@harrogate.gov.uk"

Customer services - customerservices@harrogate.gov.uk

Dog Warden tel.01423 556633
Website www.harrogate.gov.uk
Tel.OI423 500600

District Councillor : Michael Harrison tel.01423 536157 - cllr.michael.harrison@northyorks.gov.uk

North Yorkshire County Council

Customer services - customer.services@northyorks.gov.uk

Highways/footpaths/street lighting - Tel.08458 727374

County Councillor : Michael Harrison tel.01423 536157 - cllr.michael.harrison@northyorks.gov.uk

Environment Agency 08708 506506 / 08459 881188

Police PCSO Rachael Ward (PCSO 3674) - Dial 101, press option 2 and ask for Rachael Ward or collar number PCSO 3674

Fire & Rescue tel.01423 504082

Yorkshire Water tel.08451 242424


Duty Councillor Rota

All Councillors have agreed to serve as Duty Councillors. Should you have matters of concern and points you wish to be raised at a Parish Council meeting then please give details to the Councillor who is nearest or best known to you.

Hampsthwaite Parish Council Meetings
Details of Hampsthwaite Parish Council meetings which are held normally on the second Monday of each month starting at 7.30pm in the Village Room - all welcome.

Note - views expressed or content posted in other sections of Hampsthwaite Village website are not necessarily endorsed by Hampsthwaite Parish Council. See Website Disclaimer
  • Click here for the archive of Minutes from past Parish Council meetings
  • Click here for the archive of Parish Council Newsletters
  • Click here for Councillors' Correspondence
SAY NO! - Click HERE to see details of current and previous proposals by HBC and others to build additional homes in Hampsthwaite
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