Welcome to Wigginton Parish Council
Ordinary Meeting of Wigginton Parish Council on 20th July 2022 at 19:00
The next Ordinary Meeting of Wigginton Parish Council will be held on
Wednesday 20th July 2022 at 7:00pm at the Old School. Members of the
press and public are welcome to attend the meeting. Those attending are
requested to wear a face covering and keep a Covid-safe distance from
Wigginton Parish Council’s grant scheme for 2022/23
Wigginton Parish Council welcomes and values the activities of local
voluntary and community groups and their contribution to the well-being
of its residents.
For 2022/23, the Council specifically invites community projects and proposals for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. More in general, an important aim of the Council is to enhance the quality of life within the village. The Council hopes that community groups and groups of residents will apply for grants for this purpose.
Please find the Grant Awarding Policy and Application Form on the awards page HERE >
CITIZENS ADVICE YORK AT THE OLD SCHOOL, MILL LANE, WIGGINTON
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 enables an informed decision to be arrived at and a solution found at no financial cost to the client. Telephone or email enquiries will be responded to within 2-3 days.
To book a telephone advice appointment please contact
0808 278 7895 (Mon-Fri 10am-4pm) or use our on-line contact form link to
request a call back
To get advice via email contact us using the following link https://www.citizensadviceyork.org.uk/e-mail-advice-request-form/
Please note that due to Covid precautions we are operating
face to face appointments within strict health and safety guidelines and
are not offering a drop-in service due
to this until further notice. You must also be a resident or work within
Haxby or Wigginton to access this service.
In the event of non-attendance by Citizens advice Staff please contact 0808 278 7895
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.