Hickling Parish Council
Hickling Parish Council consists of 11 elected Councillors. We exist to represent the interests of the parish on all matters which impact directly on our community. We aim to involve the whole community in our work and will listen to and consult with you on all major decisions we make.
The Register of interests is maintained by the Monitoring Officer at North Norfolk District Council and is available for inspection by the public, free of charge, during office hours. Please contact the Council’s Monitoring Officer by telephone on 01603 222313. You can also view the register here.
20 Station Road
Ormesby St Margaret
The Council normally meets on a Monday in the hall of the Methodist Chapel starting at 7.00pm. There is usually a public session at the start of the meetings lasting about 15mins with Chair discretion.
The next meeting is scheduled for Monday 9th October at 7.00pm the venue will be the Chapel Rooms. Members of the public and press are always welcome to attend the meetings.
Tea and coffee are available at most meetings.
A list of provisional dates of future meetings can be viewed here.
Agendas are posted on the Noticeboard on the crossroads of Staithe Rd and Heath Rd, on the Council Noticeboard in the Chapel Pit car park, and on the Staithe Parish Council noticeboard (Gwen Amis). They are posted at least three clear days in advance, which means no later than the Wednesday before a Monday meeting. In exceptional circumstances additional meetings may be scheduled.
County and District Councillors
Mr Richard Carey Price (Hickling is in South Smallburgh Division)
Member of Parliament
Norman Lamb MP www.normanlamb.org.uk