Through our website, the Parish Council will aim to guide you to the latest news, updates, events and Parish Council meetings, which will ensure that you know what is happening in and around the Parish of Kings Hill.

A Parish Council is the tier of local government closest to the people. It is not linked to the church in any way. The Council can respond to the needs of the community – delivering the services or representation it most needs. To do this well we need to hear from the community about local issues, so please keep in touch.

What does a Parish Council do?

The responsibilities of a Parish Council can include the provision and management of allotments, looking after open spaces and maintaining bus shelters and community buildings. A Parish Council can provide them itself, or by helping others (such as a charity) financially to do so. Councils are also the focal point for various local consultations. The Parish Councillors know the village and can represent its views to other local authorities.

What does Kings Hill Parish Council (KHPC) do?

KHPC is responsible for the following:

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