The Parish of Holt in Worcestershire 



12-09-2022 at 8:53 AM

Parish Council Meeting Postponement

Notice of Meeting Postponement

28-06-2022 at 1:09 PM

Conclusion of Audit 2021/22

02-06-2022 at 9:47 AM

Vacancy for a Councillor for Holt Parish Council

Holt Parish Council will consider filling by co-option a casual vacancy for a Councillor at its meeting to be held on Thursday 18 August 2022

For see further details click here.

12-03-2022 at 3:43 PM

Community Support Officers

Click here for our dedicated group of police officers and police community support officers (PCSOs) who work with our local communities.


06-10-2021 at 12:14 PM

Closure extension of Bridleway by River Severn at Holt Fleet

 Temporary extension of the closure of Public Bridleway

by the River Severn at Holt Fleet


For further information click Here


08-06-2021 at 11:24 AM

Financial Audit 2020-21



Documents attached includes:-

1) Annual Governance Statement 2020/21

2) Accounting Statement for 2020/21

3) Annual Governance Statement 2020/21

To view this document click here


Should there be any queries or wish to view the accounts please contact:-

Holt Parish Council Clerk

Ms. Caroline Lightfoot

1 Pool Cottages 

Holt Heath Between the hours of 9:00 am to 5 pm.

27-05-2020 at 11:28 AM

All the information you need to get walking in beautiful Worcestershire

For all you need for wonderful walks around beautiful Worcestershire follow the link below....


07-06-2021 at 11:53 AM

Vacancy for Footpaths Officer Holt Parish

28-07-2021 at 10:48 AM

Could you be eligible for Universal Credit?

Due to the impact of Coronavirus over 5.5 million people are now claiming Universal Credit.

Many of them are new to claiming Universal Credit having been negatively impacted by Coronavirus. 

We would encourage anyone who considers that they may be eligible for financial assistance in these difficult times to study the UniversalCredit Guide. 

Here’s the Universal Credit Guide

05-04-2021 at 3:22 PM

Rural Beat Newsletter Spring 2021

21-03-2020 at 10:12 PM

Malvern Hills now a COVID-19 Tier 3 area

19-10-2019 at 12:47 PM

10% of Recycling Collected in Malvern Hills cannot be recycled

Put the right thing in the right bin to help reduce contamination.

By Robert Hale (Malvern Gazette)

Malvern Hills residents are being urged to ensure they put the right thing in the right bin to help reduce the amount of recycling which ends up being lost due to contamination.

Every year, about ten per cent of the content of Malvern Hills District’s green bins has to be sent for incineration instead of being turned in to products.

This is because it either contains too many non-cyclable items or recyclables that have been spoilt by liquids, grease or food waste.

The five most common items Malvern Hills residents incorrectly put into their green bins over the last 12 months were: - clothes or shoes, food waste, household items (including a cheese grater, a toilet brush and a photo frame), nappies, and metal.

Residents can help ensure the entire contents of their green bins end up being sent for recycling, as intended, by following these top tips.

Rinse items and put them in the green bin loose rather than carrier bags.

Only put non-black plastic pots, tubs, bottles and trays in the green bin. Please no other plastic items.

Food waste needs to go in your black bin but try to reduce it by following the tips available at


Only Metal Drink, Food and Aerosol cans should be put into your green bin. Please take other metal items to the household recycling centre.

Don't put unwanted clothing or other fashion accessories in the green bin. Donate them to charity, sell them or pass them onto friends/family or put them into a clothing bank.

What you can or can't recycle click on the entry below:- 

Detailed Guide to Recycling 



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