Village Sign

Photo by Twinning Association

Village Sign


This year is going to be bigger and better!  With the use of the ground floor of the new Village Hall there will be stands promoting clubs and businesses plus guest outside speakers.  Already confirmed to attend Lincolnshire Highways Area Manager, East Lindsey District Council Street Scene Manager and Age Concern Lindsey.

A short overview of the Parish Councils yearly affairs and a hard copy report with the finances.  Refreshments too!

NOT TO BE MISSED! Further details to follow: 



It's goodbye derelict pub, hello community centre!  Work begun on Monday 25th November 2013 on the main Village Hall building, by renovating the ground floor into 3 rooms with bi folding doors, new toilet facilites and kitchen.  The Parish Council already moved into the side of the building in May 2012.

This is through the successful fund raising and grant applications by the Village Hall committee (HLC MERC).  The major funding is as follows:

WREN £74,754.00, PCC £37,000.00, LCC £25,000.00, ELDC £18,000.00,  HLC MERC £12,000.00, Parish Council £10,000, and County and District Councillors £9,000.00 (2012/13).  Also further funding in 2014 from Councillor Aldridge - one of the District Councillors £1,000.00 and Councillor Bridges the County Councillor £2,000.00 bringing the total to £188,754.00.

Lincolnshire Co-operative received a separate £2,000.00 towards new front signage.

The Parish Council is also supporting the project by having installed solar panels up to a cost of £14,000.00 and is the WREN third party funder £8,222.94 and paid for the Business Plan £950.

The new Village Hall ground floor renovation is near completion.  There will be an Open Day on Saturday 10th May 2014 with various activities and a chance to view the hall and make bookings.  Further details please visit the HLC MERC website.

The Parish Council thanks all the organisations for their support with the Holton-le-Clay Village Hall project.

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN - THE COMMUNITY IS TO HAVE THE CHANCE TO HAVE THEIR SAY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VILLAGE FOR UP TO 15 YEARS.  A Steering Group of the Parish Council is completing a Neighbourhood Plan.  The first consultation was held on Saturday 28th April 2012 in the Council Offices, Holton-le-Clay and questionnaires were returned to ELDC by 25th May 2012.  A second update was on Saturday 23rd February 2013 in the Council Offices.  Grimsby Telegraph published 2 articles on 20th and 25th February 2013.  A further Open morning was held on Saturday 25th May 2013 in the new Council Offices on Pinfold Lane.

Ther are 2 vacancies on the Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Group. If you are interested please contact the Clerk to the Council.

A website is under construction at holton-le-clayand, where further information of the development can be found.

Local newspaper articles link is below:

GET INVOLVED WITH THE FUTURE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN HOLTON-LE-CLAY - 283                                                                                      


Welcome to the Holton-le-Clay village website, which is administered by the Clerk to the Council.  To help keep this site up-to-date and useful for the local community, if you have any information about your events, societies, parish news or some village photos which you think would be beneficial then please e mail them to the Clerk.  You can also use the feedback. 

Holton-le-Clay still retains much of its village life even though it now has a larger population of around 5422 with further development planned.  Holton-le-Clay is located near to the A16 at the north of Lincolnshire with the neighbouring village of Tetney and bordering the villages of Waltham and New Waltham in North East Lincolnshire.  

It is a semi-rural village, served well a number of shops, Spar and Post Office, Co-op, NISA, Coulbecks Hardware store, Holton-le-Clay Garage, Jug & Bottle, Royal Oak Inn, Lounge Bar, Cricket Club, Doctors Surgery, Chemist, 2 hairdressers and four takeaways, Community Centre, Church Hall, Infant and Junior school and within the catchment of Louth schools and Tollbar Academy in New Waltham.  There is a half hourly bus service from Louth to Grimsby during the day with limted services in the evening.  Also a service to Skegness in Summer months.

Chairman of Holton-le-Clay Parish Council     Councillor Clive Blacklock