We are now on Facebook. Search for Hullbridge Parish Council on facebook to find us, or click here to go directly to our facebook page.
For all Highway/Footpath/Streetlighting related updates please click on link "E.C.C. Highways and Roadworks info" on the left hand side.
The village of Hullbridge is tucked away in the north west corner of the District and is home to 7,300 residents. It is surrounded by green belt on three sides and the River Crouch on the northern boundary. With over two miles of river frontage the parish is well used by the local boating fraternity, with hundreds of moorings and three yacht clubs.
Hullbridge contains a network of well-maintained footpaths, which meander through the surrounding farmland and a nature reserve.
Along the river bank there are remains of evaporation pans where salt was made in medieval times.
Welcome to Hullbridge Parish Council's website. If you look to the tabs on the left, you will find information about the council, also what is going on in the Village; I hope you will find it interesting. If you would like to know more, meetings take place at the Hullbridge Seniors Centre, (behind the Doctors Surgery), normally on the second Monday in the month (excluding August) starting at 19.30hrs. You are welcome to attend, also there is a public question time, but if you have a specific question, it can be easier to let us know in advance. (designed within the limitations of the Content Management System of essexinfo).
Officer: Mrs. Anne-Marie Bates - Clerk to the Council
Admin Assist: Mrs Juliette Mullett
Maintenance Staff: Mr. George Bailey
Monday 12.30 hrs - 14.30 hrs
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10.00 hrs - 12.00 hrs
Friday - Closed
(If the Office is closed during the above opening times then the Clerk is either on a course, at a meeting, on holiday leave or its due to other unforeseen circumstances)
WEBSITE ADDRESS : www.hullbridgepc.co.uk
See Parish News and Events Calendar for up to date information
Our website links are saved in PDF format (Portable Document Format). PDF files are universal files that can be read across any computer platform (PC and Mac). If you do not already have Adobe Acrobat Reader© installed on your computer you will need to download this free of charge from Adobe© in order to view the files. By using PDF files the look, feel and fonts will display in the same on any computer platform as all contents are embedded/locked within the file, which eliminates viewing problems. Click here for the direct website link to download Adobe Acrobat Reader© from the official Adobe© website.