Hayfield Parish Council sign August 2015

    What's the Plan for Hayfield?

    Neighbourhood Plan

    Hayfield Parish Council has applied to High Peak Borough Council for designation of the parish as a Neighbourhood Plan Area. This is the first step towards preparation of a Hayfield Neighbourhood Plan.

    Have your say

    You can view the application and comment on‐line at: www.highpeak.gov.uk/Hayfield-Neighbourhood-Plan (opens in a new window)

    The Neighbourhood Area application is also available to view at the Council Offices in Buxton and Glossop; the Parish Council offices and library in Hayfield, as well as Peak District National Park Authority offices, Bakewell.

    Responses can be made on‐line at the address above; by e‐mail to: neighbourhoodplanning@highpeak.gov.uk or by post to: Regeneration, HPBC, Town Hall, Market Place, Buxton SK17 6EL.

    Consultation closes: 5pm Thursday 13th June 2019

    Downloads:
    You can view and download a copy of the High Peak Borough Council announcement poster here (opens in a new window). The download is in PDF (Portable Document Format) and requires the Adobe Reader to be displayed or printed. The Adobe Reader is available from the Adobe web site (opens in a new window).

    Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.

    Community Managed Library - Expression of Interest

    Press Release

    Hayfield Library Campaign Group has submitted an Expression of Interest to Derbyshire County Council, regarding the running of a community hub in Hayfield.

    The Expression of Interest submission includes a service provision proposal, vision for the future, community involvement and financing.

    Downloads:
    You can view and download a copy of the completed Expression of Interest Pack here (opens in a new window). The download is in PDF (Portable Document Format) and requires the Adobe Reader to be displayed or printed. The Adobe Reader is available from the Adobe web site (opens in a new window).

    Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.

    Notice of Uncontested Election

    Press release: 26.02.2019

    Press Release

    Hayfield Parish Council has been awarded a grant of £10,000 by the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) towards renewal and improvement of the play equipment in Little Hayfield’s village playground. Much of the current equipment is at the end of its life.

    Julie Galano, Head of Funding at NLCF, said "Receiving this award is a mark of quality of the work the Council is doing to support its community".

    Cllr David Toft, Chair of Hayfield Parish Council, said "We are delighted to receive this grant which, added to the Parish Council's own financial contribution to this project, will make a real difference to the amount of improvement we are able to make to Little Hayfield's playground during 2019. We intend to start work on site as soon as we can, and we look forward to seeing the much-improved facilities in use for the community later this year".

    Downloads:
    You can view and download a copy of this press release here (opens in a new window). The download is in PDF (Portable Document Format) and requires the Adobe Reader to be displayed or printed. The Adobe Reader is available from the Adobe web site (opens in a new window).

    Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.

    Volunteer for the Samaritans

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    We need volunteers to help light up the night.

    People call us at night because they are struggling to cope. They need someone who'll listen, not judge.

    Every call is important and we need more volunteers. We'll support you, with training and mentoring. Find out more about joining our diverse and friendly team today: visit samaritans.org.

    Downloads: Samaritans Night Owl poster

    Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.

    Neighbourhood Watch Facebook page

    Neighbourhood Watch

    A Facebook page has been set up for Neighbourhood Watch covering New Mills, Hayfield and surrounding areas, raising awareness of and covering Safer Neighbourhoods, policing crime, crime prevention, public safety, parking issues, abandoned animals, and local area accidents and incidents where police may need assistance.

    This is NOT a crime reporting service - all emergencies should be reported via 999, with non-urgent crime reported to the police directly via 101.

    Please view and share the Neighbourhood Watch New Mills and Hayfield Facebook page to keep informed about our Villages.

    Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.

    Hayfield visitor's leaflet

    Hayfield visitor's leaflet

    You can view or download the current Hayfield visitor's leaflet here (opens in a new window). The leaflet is in PDF (Portable Document Format) and requires the Adobe Reader to be displayed or printed. The Adobe Reader is available from the Adobe web site (opens in a new window).

    Stay informed

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    Hayfield Parish Council newsletters are available from many local shops and businesses; they are also distributed with some local newspapers.

    You can view our current newsletter, plus previous editions on-line at our Newsletters page.

    Calendar (more 2019 dates available here...)

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    • 19 JUN 7:00pm: Finance Committee meeting - Parish Council Office.
    • 3 JUL 7:15pm: Parish Council meeting - Village Hall.
    • 9 JUL 7:00pm: Little Hayfield Advisory Group meeting - The Lantern Pike.
    • 17 JUL 7:00pm: Finance Committee meeting - Parish Council Office.
    • 7 AUG 7:15pm: Parish Council meeting - Village Hall.
    • 21 AUG 7:00pm: Finance Committee meeting - Parish Council Office.