Welcome to Tillingham Parish Council’s website
You will find information about the Parish Council and what we do by clicking on the menus in the top bar. We hope you will find it interesting and find the information that you require. If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Residents and the Press are welcome to attend our Parish Council meetings which take place at Tillingham Village Hall, Vicarage Lane, Tillingham CM0 7TW normally on the third Tuesday in the month (excluding August) starting at 19.30hrs. Please click on the Events page to see the dates of meetings.
There are two ‘Public Forums’, which are public question times, near the beginning and towards the end of each meeting. This is an opportunity for residents to ask questions about matters on the agenda. If you have a specific question it would be beneficial to let us know in advance (8 days prior to the meeting) so that we can put it on our agenda if required, or gather the information to provide you with an answer.
Every month Tillingham Parish Council receives information from various sources such as Maldon District Council and Essex County Council and other voluntary organisations. These items can be found on the Parish News Weblog page and these are usually added to our Facebook page www.facebook.com/pg/Tillingham-Parish-Council-594190124117517.
(This website is being updated and it may look different when you visit it. This website is designed within the limitations of the Content Management System of essexinfo.net).
The Village of Tillingham is a small village with 1058 inhabitants at the 2011 Census. It forms part of the Denige Hundred peninsula and is 3 miles from Bradwell on Sea and 8 miles from Burnham on Crouch, within the District of Maldon and in the County of Essex.
Tillingham has a Village Shop and Post Office, two Pubs, a Hairdressers and gift shop, a Primary School, a Pre-School, Village Hall, Recreation Ground, Allotment Site, Churches, Sports Pavilion and Sports clubs, Community Groups/Clubs. There is a network of well maintained footpaths which meander through surrounding farmland and along the sea wall. The popular ‘St Peters Way’ footpath passes through Tillingham.
2 Vicarage Lane,