FUNDRAISING DINNER. In support of the Hedon Armistice Centenary Memorial appeal. Friday 2 November 2018. 7:30pm. Haven Arms – 3 course dinner, auction and entertainment. TICKETS £20. Dinner provided courtesy of the Haven Arms.
Bus Trip – Hedon to York Saturday 8 December 2018. Hedon Town Council is organising a coach trip to York. Whether for Christmas shopping, to visit the National Railway Museum, or enjoy other aspects of that vibrant, historic city, it’s sure to be a good day out!
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL offers the opportunity for local residents to have their say and raise any local issues of concern. A Public Participation Meeting is to be held on Thursday 26 July 2018 from 7.00 pm at Hedon Town Hall. The 672nd Mayor of Hedon Councillor Steve Gallant will chair the […]
The country and the world marks the centenary of the Armistice ending World War One on Sunday November 11th 2018. Hedon will be one of those places that will join in with the national lighting of beacons in the evening at around 7pm which will complement the Remembrance […]
The Hedon Open Gardens and Scarecrow Walk for 2018 takes place over the weekend of June 23 and 24. Enquiries about the event: Hedon Town Council, St. Augustine’s Gate, Hedon, East Yorkshire. HU12 8EX 01482-898428.
Hedon Mayor’s Civic Service and Parade 2018 – Sunday 3 June. Parade starts at 1.35pm.
The Hedon Scarecrow Walk and the Hedon Open Gardens event both take place on the weekend of Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June 2018. Entry forms are available at The Town Hall, Dennis Estate Agents, Frames of Hedon and Hedon Library. **Please return entry forms by Friday 18 […]
CIVIC SERVICE and PARADE on SUNDAY 3rd JULY 2016. Parade at 1.35 pm from Hedon Market Place.
COUNCILLOR Neil Black formally took up his role as the 670th Mayor of Hedon last night. After a short council meeting to elect the new Mayor who is also the chair of Hedon Town Council, Councillor Black led his civic team and guests in performing the first function […]
“I never thought of my small back garden as ‘prize-winning’ and I only entered a few days before the competition because my neighbours suggested I did so. I didn’t expect to win anything!” – Previous Hedon in Bloom winner
Tricoya Technologies Limited (TTL) are applying for permission to build an ‘acetylation plant’ at the Saltend Chemicals Park. It will be similar in appearance and height to other facilities in the immediate vicinity.
HEDON Town Council has been successful in receiving a grant from the High Street Fund for its railway station Car Park scheme. £10,000 has been granted by the High Street Fund (administered by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council) to extend the car park at the site of […]