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Public Access Defibrillators in Cookhill

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

The only way to access the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) which it contains, is to dial 999 (or 112). … Remember, when someone goes into cardiac arrest, every minute without defibrillation and CPR reduces their chances of recovery by 10%.

The Cookhill Defibrillators are contained within locked cabinets and require a numerical code to unlock the door. The ambulance service will give this code to the person who makes the initial 999 call, once they have confirmed that they are dealing with a cardiac arrest.

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

Make the Right Call

Is it an emergency? Does it feel like the situation could get heated or violent very soon? Is someone in immediate danger? Do you need support right away? If so, please call 999.

If you’re deaf or hard of hearing, use the West Mercia Police textphone service 18000 or text on 999 if you’ve pre-registered with the emergencySMS service.

As an alternative to calling 101, in order to help people contact the right service first time, there are pages on the West Mercia Police website advising who would be the best agency to contact for a number of issues including:

·  fly-tipping

·  noise complaints

·  nuisance parking

·  abuse on social media

·  fireworks

·  civil disputes

·  annoying phone calls and unwanted visits

Make The Right Call | West Mercia Police

Litter Picking in Cookhill


The Parish Council would like to thank the volunteers who are still collecting litter in and around Cookhill.

The Countryside Code

Respect other people
* Consider the local community and other people enjoying the outdoors
* Park carefully so access to gateways and driveways is clear
* Leave gates and property as you find them
* Follow paths but give way to others where it’s narrow

Protect the natural environment
* Leave no trace of your visit, take all your litter home
* Don’t have BBQs or fires
* Keep dogs under effective control
* Dog poo – bag it and bin it

Enjoy the outdoors
* Plan ahead, check what facilities are open, be prepared
* Follow advice and local signs and obey social distancing measures

Click here to learn more about respecting our beautiful countryside when you are out and about.

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Update from Cookhill Parish Council – Tuesday 14th December 2021

Please read more about what we can, and can’t do, following the introduction of tighter restrictions here.

Worcester County Council – Here2Help & Here2Help Business

Here2Help is a community action response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

There are many vulnerable people in our community who have to self-isolate. This dedicated site provides a central location for the vulnerable who are unable to seek help from family, friends and neighbours. You can request help, volunteer to help and find useful resources.

For local businesses looking for guidance you can access resources via the Here2Help Business page.

As always should you be concerned about yourself or a neighbour, or require medical assistance, please phone 111 for non emergencies and 999 in an emergency.

Please refer to the Government website for the current guidelines regarding the symptoms of Covid-19 and what you should do to protect yourself, and others. Click here for new guidance regarding symptoms and self-isolating – Stay home, stay safe!

Cookhill Playing Fields & Facilities

The Cookhill Playground are fully open;

  • The site is monitored regularly, by volunteers, but users are reminded that the site is unmanned. You can view the current risk assessment here.
  • The playground equipment, including the adult exercise equipment & goal posts, is thoroughly cleaned twice a month, but users should still exercise caution when touching equipment.
  • A safety check of all equipment is carried out on a regular basis
  • A hand sanitising unit has been installed at the entrance to the playground.

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 two 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



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.

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 Cricket Club

Cookhill CC will again be running All Stars Cricket for a 3rd year. All Stars Cricket is the England and Wales Cricket Board’s entry level participation programme, aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket.

Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, activity book, personalised shirt and cap.

For more information please contact Kenny Hirst at Cookhill Cricket Club on email cookhillchairman@gmail.com You can also visit the club’s website here or visit the Facebook page.
Further information about the National All Stars Programme can also be found on their website.


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.