Coronavirus Information

Dallisons Park re-opening
The Play Area will be open from Wednesday 15th July, 2020.  Please adhere to all Government Guidelines
Do not enter if you have symptoms of COVID-19 and children under the age of 13 using this playground should be supervised by a Parent or Guardian at all times
If the playground is busy, consider coming back at a later time.
Please be aware that this equipment is NOT cleaned and the area is not supervised.
We advise that high touch areas are cleaned or wiped before or after use.
Please bring hand sanitiser or wipes with you and use regularly, particularly at the beginning and end of play.
Please remind your children not to touch their faces and to cough or sneeze into a tissue or an arm.
Please do not allow children to put their mouths on the equipment or their hands in their mouth.
Please be aware of the need to social distance – give others space.
Refrain from eating and drinking in the play area
Please dispose of PPE such as face coverings and gloves into the litter bin provided.

Not the Village Voice Part 1

Not the Village Voice Part 2 

Support for Carers 

Coronavirus Bulletin 

North Lincs Domestic Abuse Support 



Welcome to Hibaldstow Parish Council

Property Flood Resilience
Risk & Policy Analysts Ltd have been commissioned by the Environment Agency to undertake a study focused on resilience to flooding.
As part of the study they have developed a short survey to collect information on behaviours and opinions on Property Flood Resilience. If you would like to take part in the survey it can be found at:

As part of the 11/11 challenge, this is a challenge that is accessible to all ages and all abilities. As part of a social media campaign leading in to the winter, this is aimed at engaging a social media audience, and building momentum going in to a winter that is likely to be very difficult for lots of people.
We are asking you, to help and join us with the ‘Do 11, Tag 11, Donate 11’ Challenge with the hashtag #11PoppyKindnessActs
This challenge raises funds by participants doing 11 acts of kindness over 11 days, each day tagging someone to join and donate to the appeal. For more information visit the website.



Property Flood Defense Survey

Best Kept Village 2020
Areas of Judging will be the Dallisons Play Area and Park, the churchyard and cemetery and the war memorial on West Street. This year the Parish Council have entered the Best Kept Public Building (a new category) as the Wheatsheaf and the most Innovative Planting Display (a new category) at the Village Hall along with community planting around the parish.
Judging will take place between 17th July and 1st August and fingers crossed for a good outcome.
If you can tidy your hedges, gardens and pick up any litter it will all help keep the village tidy.
Thank You.

Digestate Storage Facility 2020/572

Foster Care Poster

Walking your Way to Health Programme 2020

Alzheimer's volunteers needed 

Environment Agency Water Abstraction update

Free NHS Health Check

Environment Agency Floodline - 0345 988 1188.

My Community Alert 

Best Kept Village Full Entry Details 2019

Best Kept Village 2019 results

Information on the May 2019 Elections 

Useful links
Humberside Police
Job Centre
North Lincolnshire Council

Crime Stoppers 

The Parish Council is the first tier of Local Government for the village and parish of Hibaldstow in North Lincolnshire.

The Parish Council comprises of councillors who are unpaid volunteers and who are elected every four years.

The council employs a part-time clerk who is the Responsible Financial Officer and provides support and advice to the council .

The council also review and comment on all planning applications, co-ordinating with North Lincolnshire Council on issues that affect the Parish and help deal with local issues raised by parishioners.

Your local Ward Councillors are Cllr Neil Poole, Cllr John England and Cllr Trevor Foster.

Your local MP is Holly Mumby-Croft.

To find out who your Parish Councillors are click on the link above.

About our village

Map of the village

Hibaldstow is a small village 5 miles from Brigg, in North Lincolnshire.

The name derives from Saint Hygbald – a Northumbrian missionary who came to the area in the latter part of the 7th century. Described as a ‘shadowy figure’ the missionary became Abbot of Bardney and later a saint. Three churches around the village – then known as Ceceseg – became dedicated to him when he was made a saint. The name ‘Hibaldstow’ comes from Old English Hygebald+stow, for “holy place where St. Hygebald is buried”.