Hibaldstow Parish Council are this year taking part in the Lindsey Lodge Festival of Lights

 

Card baubles will be available from the Church Street Store.

The Event will be taking place until Monday 19th December.

The baubles are for you to write a Christmas wish and hang it on the Christmas tree located at the Church Hall across from the Store.

There will be a collection bucket and also a QR-Code to visit JustGiving and a Scan to Text & Donate £3 at the Store and in the notice board opposite.

Alternatively, the JustGiving page link is https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/festivaloflights

Hibaldstow Parish Council will take photos of the tree with the baubles, and these will appear on the Lindsey Lodge social media pages.

Thank you for your support

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Hibaldstow Parish Council

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”.