Welcome to Wigginton Parish Council

Coronaviris crisis
Please note that the Old School and Wigginton Recreation Hall including the community Len Roberts room will reopen soon.

The Churchfield Open Space play area including the dog walking area remains open. We would ask that if you are using the dog walk or the playing field area that you observe social distancing and remain 2m apart.
Should we receive further advice we will update this message accordingly. Keep safe and well and self-isolate if you are at risk.

Ordinary Meeting of Wigginton Parish Council on 23rd June 2021 at 19:00

The next Wigginton Parish Council meeting will be held on Wednesday 23rd June 2021 at 7:00pm at the Wigginton Squash and Social Club meeting room.
Members of the press and public are welcome to attend the meeting but please note that restrictions are in place in order to keep the meeting Covid-safe including social distancing requirements and the requirement to wear a mask.
Those present will, if desired, be given an opportunity to speak regarding an item on the agenda during the Public Forum. However, because of Covid 19 restrictions, it is recommended that instead of attending in person, members of the public raise matters by writing to the Clerk in advance of the meeting.

Help with food and bills this winter from the City of York

The Winter Support Grant is here to provide financial support to people who are struggling as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The grants are here to support eligible residents – with or without children - with food and utility bills this winter.
York residents who have savings of less than £2,000 can apply for a grant to help feed themselves and their families, and to keep warm over this difficult period.
From Monday 7 December, apply for it at www.york.gov.uk/wintersupportgrant

For help with applying or for other sources of support in the city, please visit www.york.gov.uk/benefitsadvice , or www.livewellyork.org.uk  or call the council’s Covid Helpline on 01904 551550.


Wigginton lies 5 miles north of the centre of the historic city of York. The village has no obvious visual boundaries to the east and north and is defined by a system of drains that run along the edge of Wigginton Moor. To the south the furthest most point is bounded by the York ring road and the western boundary with Haxby runs down from Broad Oak Farm down to Moor Lane, Westfield Lane, Kirkcroft to Green Dike Lane and then to the ring road.

Wigginton has a Primary School, a Health Centre, a dental practice, 2 churches, 2 public houses and a village shop. Public facilities include the Old School, the Wigginton Recreation Hall, a church hall and the John Jeffery Community Pavilion. The Wigginton Sports and playing field Association which offers the opportunity to play squash, tennis, bowls, pétanque, football and triathlon. There is also a safe play area, Churchfield, for younger children and to the west of the village newly planted woodland, Millennium Wood.

The town sits on flat ground consisting mostly of clay with soil that is sand and alluvium. In the centre of the village is Westfield Beck. The nearby town of Haxby now merges with Wigginton though the old Parish Boundary map still shows the dividing line. This runs east to west along the back of the houses on Wheatfield Drive on its southern edge as far as Barley Drive. Here it turns northward cutting across Greenshaw Drive until it reaches the road known as The Village. The boundary follows this road until it turns west. The boundary at this point continues northward cutting across Windsor Drive near Ripley Grove and then out into the countryside.

CITIZENS ADVICE YORK AT THE OLD SCHOOL, MILL LANE, WIGGINTON

Due to the risks posed by Covid-19, advice sessions will not be held face to face at the Old School in Wigginton until further notice

A free advice service is available to all Haxby and Wigginton residents. Advice and information can be obtained on a wide range of issues including Benefits, Debt, Employment, Housing, Family and Personal, Immigration and Consumer problems. Getting impartial and confidential advice allows an informed decision to be arrived at and a solution found at no financial cost to the client.
In the event of non-attendance by Citizens advice Staff please contact 0344 111 444 between 10am and 4pm alternatively visit West Offices, Station Rise, York YO1 6GA between 9.30am and 12.30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

WITH EFFECT FROM 1/4/2020  (CITIZEN ADVICE YORK)
Due to the risks posed by the covid-19 virus advice sessions will no longer be held face to face at the old school, wigginton until further notice. instead advice will be given over the telephone. to access this service please ring 01904 623648 monday–friday between 9.30am-5.00pm and explain you would like to book a telephone appointment for the wigginton/haxby outreach. you will need to give your name and a telephone number we can contact you on and you will be given a time when we ring you to conduct the appointment. please ensure you have any relevant information to hand for the call.
we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause but can assure you your queries will still be given the same attention and quality of advice thank you
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please note you must be a resident of wigginton or haxby to use this service.

Mill Lane

Carols By The Tree

The 2020 annual carols by the tree event was cancelled due to Covid19

2021-22 Grant Applications

Local groups will be able to apply for Section 137 Grants from June 2021 using the 2021-22 Grant Application form.

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