Orchard Cottage (at the junction of High Street and Featherbed Lane) has become the first property in the village to receive a Hixon Heritage Building plaque.
Hixon Heritage Buildings are awarded by Hixon Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group and the plaques are paid for by Hixon Parish Council.
The idea behind the awards is to reveal the hidden history of properties and what lies behind what might be a somewhat inconspicuous facade.
Click through to read about Orchard Cottage's hidden history and look out for further Hixon Heritage Building awards in the near future.
Hixon Parish Council's audited Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) is available to view online or on paper via the main noticeboard or via the Clerk.
A copy of the return can also be accessed via the Clerk.
Please click through to view the audited return and the completion notice online.
Here is the latest Newsletter
The following accounts have been finalised and are published on this website:
Budget for 2019-2020,
Receipts and Expenditure vs Budget 2018-2019.
Read on for links...
The Hixon Speedwatch group holds regular sessions: If you would like to help or to get more details, please contact Paul Hopcroft on 01889 270516 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates for Amenity Skip, 2019-2020.
Parish Council car park,
Saturday 6 Apr 2019,
Saturday 3 August 2019,
Saturday 23 November 2019,
Saturday 8 February 2020
If you have any ideas for new classes, clubs, events etc. that you would like to have in Hixon, please contact Karen Appleton on 01889 270151.
Please follow link for updated timetable at the Memorial Hall (November 2017).
Contact Karen Appleton on 01889 270151 to book the hall.
Here is a link to to map of the Rights of Way in Hixon Parish, showing the Parish Boundary
Maps and documents showing the route for HS2 in the area around Hixon are available to view on paper and on a PC at the Clerk's house, by appointment.
For up-to-date information on Rights of Way and their maintenance etc. please read on for link to Staffordshire County Council's publication "The Rights of Way Guide"
There is a community Facebook page available to residents of the parishes of Hixon and Stowe by Chartley. It is the Hixon Parish Stafford Community Forum, if you want to get to it please click this link
It is a closed group so you will have to request to join from from the page itself.
Hixon Parish Council would like to ask residents to take back inside any items that have been left out for the scrap collectors but not collected, after 2-3 days.
The Council’s work is administered by a part-time clerk, Mrs Catherine Gill , see contacts page. The Council represents the interests of the people of Hixon and comments on all matters that impact on the community. Please use the tabs above to see further information and current news on various matters.
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