The Parish Councillors listed below have been elected or co-opted to serve on the council until May 2023.
Parish Councillors have to make a statement disclosing their pecuniary interests. Read the Parish Council Code of Conduct and Register of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests
Contact details for the Parish Council’s officers are here.
17 Driftway Road
Jane Worlock was elected to Hook Parish Council in 2015 and returned in 2019. During her first term, she served as the Chairman of the Environment & Community Committee and as a member of the Planning & Infrastructure Committee. From 2016-2020, Jane served as Chairman of the Council and as Chairman of the Finance, Strategy & Resources Committee.
As Chairman, she has been instrumental in completing a strategic review of the Council and launched new initiatives to improve communication with residents, such as the Hook App. In 2018, Cllr. Worlock was elected to Hart District Council as a Hook Ward Member.
2 Rookswood Close
Has lived in Hook since 2007 with his wife and two grown-up sons and has been a Parish Councillor since 2018 when he retired from the RAF.
He is Vice Chairman of the Finance, Strategy & Resources (FSR) Committee and the Parish Council. He also sits on the Planning and Infrastructure Committee.
He has contributed to the development & production of a Corporate Plan for the Parish Council and was part of the group who created the Neighbourhood Plan for Hook.
21 Hawthorn Rise
Has lived in Hook since 2001 with his wife and two teenage children and has been a Parish Councillor since 2011.
He has a keen interest in local issues and a desire to make Hook the best place to live. He is also a member of Robert Mays School PTA (catchment secondary school) and a director of Hook Village Halls Charitable Association (HVHCA).
He is Chairman of the Planning and Infrastructure Committee and also sits on the Finance, Strategy & Resources (FSR) Committee. In addition, he advises the Parish Council on IT matters.
Chair of Environment and Community Committee. Member of Planning and FSR Committees
Liz has lived in Hook since 2016 and having been made welcome stood for the Parish Council to give something back to the community.
Now retired, Liz worked in the Printing Industry as a Director of a local newspaper, The Bury Times, and latterly as an IOSH Health Safety and Environmental Adviser/Consultant for the British Printing Industries Federation.
Liz enjoys playing golf at Tylney Park Golf Club. A keen gardener, helping with Hook in Bloom, she is also busy compiling her family tree.
11 Butts Meadow
Was born in Rotherwick and has lived in Hook since 1984 with his wife and two grown-up daughters who still live in Hook and has been a Parish Councillor since 2019.
He wishes to help shape the village for future generations and put his extensive local community knowledge to good use.
He sits on the Environment and Community Committee, Planning and Infrastructure Committee and is the Chair of the Sports Working Group.
29 Mead Hatchgate
Has lived in Hook since 1987 with his wife and two children (now grown-up) and has been a Parish Councillor since being co-opted in March 2020.
He retired in 2019 after 47 years working in the I.T. industry in engineering, service, support and project roles. He joined the Council in order to “give something back to his community”
23 Lynwood Gardens
Is semi-retired and has lived in Hook since 2007 and been a Parish Councillor since 2016. He values the amenities and services found in the village and working to see this continues for the benefit of all residents, ensuring a clean, safe and pleasant environment to live in by being a member of, and sitting on, the Environment and Communities Committee and the Planning and Infrastructure Committee.
48 Oaktree Drive
Has lived in Hook since 2004 with her husband and two grown-up daughters and has been a Parish Councillor since 2019.
She hopes to maintain and enhance the community spirit we have in Hook.
She sits on the Finance, Strategy & Resources (FSR) Committee.
She also assists her husband, Verd, (who is the lead councillor responsible for running the Echo Hotel Music Club, which brings original recording artists to Hook for monthly gigs at Elizabeth Hall), in running this popular initiative.
48 Oak Tree Drive
Is retired and has lived in Hook since 2004 with his wife and 2 grown-up daughters and has been a Parish Councillor since 2018.
He is the lead councillor responsible for running the Echo Hotel Music Club which brings original recording artists to Hook for monthly gigs at Elizabeth Hall.
He sits on the Environment and Community Committee.
There is currently a vacancy for a Parish Councillor.
If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor, please contact the Parish Council Office.