NEW drop in sessions.

Have you been impacted by COVID-19?


Have you been categorised as ‘Shielded’ or ‘Clinically Vulnerable’ ?


Your Community Champion Link Worker is here to help you find support during these difficult times.


  • Money worries due to COVID -19?

  • Want to get more active and improve your health?

  • Are you unsure where you can get support if you have to self isolate?

  • Are struggling with your mental health?

  • Do you have a long term health condition and just need additional support?


Call in for an informal chat and a cuppa on Wednesdays between 1pm and 3pm or contact Helen Parsons on 07866 075733 or email

Wednesdays 1-3pm, Meeting Room 
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Cllr. Derek Adams
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Cllr. Rose Bowler


Councillors Surgery. 


Regular monthly surgeries are to be held at Hillstown Village Hall from Wednesday 14th July 2021.

Find out who your Councillors are, what they can do, and what plans are being made on your behalf.

This is an opportunity to informally meet and put questions to your local representatives. 

Wednesday 13th of October, 6-7pm, Meeting Room
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Giving thanks.  March 2021.

Hillstown Miners' Welfare Trust would like to thank The Duke of Devonshire's Charitable Trust for their support this year. Since the COVID outbreak, their funding has been a crucial part of sustaining our Village Hall through this extremely difficult period.

The Village Hall Community Garden Project
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bdu3a Village Gardeners.

Update with Woodland Trust.     Nov. 2020. 

Bolsover District u3a started up a 'Village Gardeners' group in August 2020.  We are a hands-on digging and planting group.

Community Garden Project.

We are currently overseeing  the  planning and construction of the Community Garden project at HVH 

The Future.

We contacted the Woodland Trust about our new group and were successful in acquiring a selection of trees and hedging plants.  They will be native trees best suited to our environment and we will be doing our little bit towards the national target for tree planting.


The trees will be delivered in April 2021 and we will be looking for volunteers to help us plant the trees and shrubs.

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Dog poo trouble.  Council patrols the Hillstown area.   Nov. 2020

A number of complaints have been received by Bolsover Council about dog fouling around the Bolsover area including Hillstown.

The Council has implemented a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) and ensures owners keep their pets on a lead on public spaces. The order requires that all dog walkers should carry appropriate bag(s) or receptacle to remove their dog poo.

At Hilltown sports/recreation ground, we welcome your dogs on leads and know most of you are responsible owners, clearing up if needed and using the red poo bins. This keeps the football pitches clear for the player's safety. 

Thank you

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