Welcome to the website of Hingham Town Council
Hingham is a small town with a population of around 2000, and is situated on the B1108 Norwich to Watton road. It is
more or less equidistant from the larger towns of Attleborough, Dereham, Watton and Wymondham, and situated in the
centre of Norfolk, some fifteen miles from Norwich, is an ideal base for exploring the county.
A vibrant community, Hingham has a large number of shops and businesses for a town of its size. It has a good primary
school and play group, a number of churches, many thriving community groups and successful sports' clubs. Information
on the Library, the Sports' Centre, and Clubs and Societies may be found on the Community & Services pages.
This site also aims to provide all the information that may be required on Council activities, and details the services made
available by the Council. The Council holds monthly meetings which residents are very welcome to attend, the Town
Council page gives further details and related documents may be found in the Minutes and Agenda sections.
THE NEXT MEETING OF HINGHAM TOWN COUNCIL WILL HELD ON
TUESDAY 7th June 2016 at 7.30pm IN THE LINCOLN HALL
Residents are very welcome to attend and will be given the opportunity to speak at the beginning and at the end of
All kinds of help is still needed especially for the Street Party being held on the Fairland and in the Lincoln Hall on Saturday 11th
June. Help will be need putting up tables, putting out chairs, food and bunting, making sandwiches etc and clearing up after the
event. Offers to make cakes would also be welcomed.
If you would like to help us make this a day to remember please contact -
Gaby Maltby 853061 email
Pat Dore 850178 email
MARKET IN THE MARKET PLACE
Hingham Town Council will be holding its Market in the Market Place on Saturday 9th July 2016.
This is an opportunity for organisations and charities in the town to publicise themselves and raise funds, stalls for these
organisations will be free of charge for others there will be a charge of £10.
For a booking form or further information please contact Gaby Maltby 853061 email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
or Pat Dore 850178 email:-
Firefighters at Hingham Fire Station
Do you live or work within five minutes of Hingham Fire Station?
Are you over 18 years of age?
Hingham Fire Station is looking for ordinary people to do an extraordinary job by delivering fire and
rescue services to the local community. Retained firefighting can be for anyone, it could be the idea
job for a parent who needs flexible working hours, someone with spare time or someone in full time
The role of a fire fighter is a rewarding and satisfying one, full training will be provided and the skills
gained can be transferred to your daily life. You will receive an annual retaining fee for being “on call”
and you will also be paid for attending incidents, drill nights and training courses.
If you up for the challenge and the extra income that comes with it please phone 0300 123 1669 or
visit www.norfolkfireservice.gov.uk. Alternatively, please call in at Hingham fire station on a Thursday
night between 18.30 and 21.30
COMMUNITY SPEED WATCH
If you are interested in being actively involved in making our roads safer Hingham
Community Speed Watch needs you. You will be offered training and will then help monitor
speeds with speed detection equipment.
Community Speed Watch is not speed enforcement but it helps monitor and reduce
speeding traffic. Information is recorded and passed to the police, which results in a warning
letter being sent to the registered keeper of the speeding vehicle.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact the Clerk on 01953 483891 or email