Welcome to Cookhill Parish Council website.

Keep informed on local events, read Agendas and Minutes from the Parish Council Meetings and stay up to date with what’s happening in your local area.


Join Cookhill Parish Council!

2019 is an election year for local Councils and could be your chance to get involved with your community as a member of Cookhill Parish Council.

Information on standing for election as a Parish Councillor, a nomination checklist and guidance on completing the nomination papers can be found on the Wychavon website . Alternatively, you can get in touch with the clerk on 07584 687 283 for more information.

Find out if you qualify to stand in the local Elections here.

 Cookhill Village Hall – Boiler Update

The Parish Council have agreed to grant funding to the Village Hall for the urgent replacement of their failing boiler.

The new boiler has now been installed and is working well.

Cookhill Allotments


The allotments are situated off the Ridgeway, Astwood Bank a short distance on the left past the Why Not Public House, when travelling towards Redditch. There are currently 34 plots, owned and run by Cookhill Parish Council with the assistance of Cookhill Allotment Association.

There are currently 3 plots available at the allotment site, if you are interested in taking on a plot, and reside within 5 miles of the Parish of Cookhill, please contact:
The clerk on 07584 687283 or David Claydon, Cookhill Allotment Association on 01527 894317

Public Access Defibrillators in Cookhill

Did you know that there are four public access debrillators in the Parish?

A recent emergency in Cookhill almost called for the use of the Village Hall defibrillator. Thankfully the ambulance arrived quickly, meaning the defibrillator wasn’t needed on this occasion but the knowledge that it was there gave the parishioner peace of mind.

To learn more about the Cookhill defibrillators and their locations here.


There has been an increase in the number of scam callers in the area over the last few months.

One of the scam calls doing the rounds requests access to your computer remotely, claiming that BT will shut down your connection if you do not do this. Another reports that your internet connection will be terminated if you do not click through to another department.

Please remember that if a caller asks to access your computer remotely, or asks for personal information and bank details, you should end the call immediately and use another method to verify the request.

For more information on how to stay safe online, and to report fraud and cyber crime, please visit the Action Fraud website.


Severn Trent Water – Road closures in Cookhill – January 2019 Update

Severn Trent Water are still working in Cookhill to replace the water main running along the length of the village. Work has now been completed from the Arrow end of the village, including Oak Tree Lane, Church Lane & Cladswell and Dogbut Lane.

Works in Cookhill will continue for the next 12 months, with some road closures to ensure work can be carried out safely. The team will be moving onto the Salt Way in January.

The Parish Council have been assured that everything will be done to minimise disruption and residents will still be able to access their properties whilst sections of the road are closed. During the works sections of the Salt Way will be closed with a diversion route clearly signposted.

If you would like further information regarding the works please do not hesitate to contact the clerk on 07584 687 283 or via email info@cookhillparishcouncil.com

Fly-tipping in Cookhill

The Parish Council have been made aware of a number of incidents involving the dumping of waste around the Parish, this illegal dumping is known as ‘fly-tipping’.

Fly-tipping is an offence and perpetrators may be liable to prosecution. Please note that leaving scrap of any kind on land that does not belong to you is classed as fly-tipping.

Any waste that cannot be taken away by authorised kerbside collection should be taken to an authorised waste and recycling centre. Details of your local centre can be found here.

If you would like to report an incident of fly-tipping in the Parish please contact the clerk on 07584 687 283.

Cookhill Neighbourhood Watch

If you would like to report any suspicious behaviour in and around Cookhill you can either contact the clerk, on 07584 687 283, or the Neighbourhood Watch representative – details below.

Cookhill Neighbourhood Watch – Contact Cllr Terry Bennett on 07765 447997


Cookhill Flyer - Vistaprint 2017

Cookhill CC will be running 1 Senior team and 3 Junior teams (u9s, u11s & u13s) in 2018, which will compete in the Worcester County League. The club is therefore actively looking to attract new members of all ages to boosts it’s ranks.

So if you are looking for a friendly, family-orientated club, who can offer significant opportunity for you to actively participate in competitive and friendly cricket, or if you just want to have a go at cricket!

The cricket club are also offering FREE taster session to new participants.

Further information about Cookhill CC Juniors please contact Coach – Billy Harris on: 07751580069, email cookhillcricketclub@yahoo.co.uk, or visit the clubs website cookhill.play-cricket.com, or facebook page @cookhillcricketclub.


You can also find links to  other services supplied by Worcestershire County Council and Wychavon District, as well as organisations and groups that help bring you the everyday things we need and enjoy.