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  Clerk to the Council
  Diane Scrivener
  Hawkwell Parish Council
  Parish Office
  Hawkwell Village Hall
  Main Road
  Hawkwell, Hockley
  Essex, SS5 4EH

  Telephone
  01702 207710

  Fax
  01702 562162

  Email
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Welcome to

Hawkwell Parish Council


The mission of Hawkwell Parish Council is :

"To develop and sustain a sense of community within the parish of Hawkwell by addressing environmental, economic and social issues and delivering quality services to our parishioners".

 

A Quality Parish Council
 

Latest Hawkwell News and Events

 
 
as of Friday, February 12 2016

Hockley & District Horticultural Society 90th Year

To celebrate their 90th year, the Horticultural Society are giving free membership in 2016 to all if they register in February or March 2016.
Volunteer Befrienders Needed

Can you spare a couple of hours a week to visit someone who feels lonely or isolated?
RRAVS Volunteer Essex Events February - March

New year, new start, new you. Why not volunteer?
Hockley Residents' Association 2016 Outings

HRA's details of outings for 2016 are now available.
Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter - Winter 2015

Winter 2015 NHW Newsletter has now been published
Our 'Hawkwell i' Newsletter - Autumn 2015

Issue 40 - November 2015

For all News articles, old and new, click here

 

The Parish of Hawkwell

Hawkwell is situated between Rochford and Hockley and is well served by public open spaces, playgrounds and parks. The Parish Council manages Spencers Park, adjacent to Clements Hall Leisure Centre and Magnolia Nature Reserve in Rectory Road, which has 21 acres of open space, a children's playground, recreation area and bridleway.

The Parish has two village halls, which are used for community activities such as art classes, meetings and playgroups. Both halls are well equipped and available for hire.

The two main shopping centres in Hawkwell - the busy parade in Main Road and Golden Cross Parade and Hedingham Place - cater well for local residents.

As in all areas of the District, Hawkwell has its own historical riches. As an example the 14th-century parish church possesses a 15th-century timber belfry, supported on four massive oak posts and a fine old door that dates back to the same century.


 

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