WELCOME TO OUR VILLAGE

Welcome to the Holton-le-Clay village website, which is administered by the Clerk to the Parish Council.  If you have any information about your events, societies, parish news or some village photos which you think should be included please email 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 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.  

A village survey was carried out in 2017, as a way of finding out how the community wanted Holton le Clay to develop. 

As a parish Council these items have been actioned in 2018 when finances have become available through grant funding, precept or contributions to the community from outside bodies and local businesses.

·         Trim Trail on 8 Acres for Adults and Teenagers.

·         New play equipment on the Junior Playing Field.

·         War Memorial Area (at the A16 traffic lights) Refurbishment and installation of information boards detailing the historical significance of the site, WW1 Tommy Silhouette and a new WW2 Commemorative Bench.

·         Community wildlife area on the Junior Playing Field.

·         Ten new rubbish/dog waste bins around the Village and the facility to empty these.

·         New benches and on-going bench repairs and replacement of notice boards around the village.

·         Installation of two defibrillators

·         Children's Cricket and Football clubs contributions for new equipment.

·         Contributions to the Infants & Junior Schools for new books and tree planting.

·         Bulb planting around the village.

·         Improvements to the allotments and cemetery have also been carried out.

·         A programme of installing CCTV around village has started.

We are hoping to achieve over the coming years some of the long term, more expensive projects including:

·         Renovation of the upstairs of the Village Hall in partnership with MERC the Village Hall Committee.

·         Regeneration of the tennis courts at Eight Acres to provide a MUGA (Multi Use Games Area)