Annual Parish Meeting


Wednesday 11th May at Faulkland Village Hall

This is a meeting where community groups, residents can share ideas and proposals and raise any general issues of concern.

Litter Picking

Annual litter picking taken place collecting a whopping 17 bags of rubbish!!

Woodland Trust

We have taken up a project with the Woodland Trust to plant trees for the enjoyment of future generations along the northern edge of the playing field.  Come and get involved in a scheme benefitting the health, wellbeing and the general look at feel of the village.  Planting dates to be advised…. watch this space!!!

New Clerk

A big welcome to a new Parish Clerk.  Jen Gregory has taken over the position from Jenny Howell who left at the end of August. Jen’s contact details can be found on the contact us pages or you can meet our new Clerk if you come along to the September meeting on the 15th.

Clerk Vacancy

Job Vacancy
Clerk job description 2021

Hemington, Hardington and Foxcote Parish Council are recruiting a new Clerk! It is a lovely Parish Council to work for and a great little role – if you have around 20 hours a month available and an interest or experience in local government and you are willing to work towards becoming a qualified Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer please send your CV and covering letter to by Wednesday 21st July 2021.

Job vacancy advert and job description available above.

For more information, please the Clerk (Jenny):

Play Area Update – Faulkland Playing Field

Hemington, Hardington & Foxcote Parish Council have embarked on a project to replace the play equipment on the Playing Field in Faulkland.

Unfortunately due to Covid-19 the Play Area was closed last year and the Parish Council have now taken the decision that the wooden tower climbing frame with rope bridge and rope wall will need to be replaced.

Tape has been applied to the bridge and one tower due to a missing wooden slat on the rope bridge linking the two towers and the rope bridge and second tower will be removed shortly.

In the meantime, Cllrs have risk assessed and deemed the slide tower safe to use together with the tractor and swings.

In terms of timescales for the project, the Parish Council have so far received one quote, with a further quote in hand and 3 more requested. The Parish Council will need to apply for an secure grant funding to ensure that this project can go ahead.

The Parish Council apologise for any inconvenience whilst some of the play equipment is not in use and thank you for your understanding. Cllrs will continue to patrol and monitor and re-apply the tape/signage if it is removed again and efforts will be made to promptly remove the bridge and tower structure in the first instance of this project.