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Hook is situated in the district of Hart, in north east Hampshire. It is a large village (in 2011 the population was 8,334) lying astride the A30, just to the north of the M3 at Junction 5, about six miles from Basingstoke.

The village is bounded on the east side by the picturesque valley of the River Whitewater, and to the south by two areas of common land – Hook Common and Bartley Heath.

Bartley Heath is an area of wet heathland designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is particularly remarkable for the presence of the rare Marsh Gentian.

Bartley Heath and Hook Common are easily accessible from the village and are a great place to enjoy wildlife. For more information visit the Hampshire Wildlife Trust‘s website.

Hook has a busy community life – find out more from the links on the About Hook menu to the left of the page.


Dog Waste Bags

Picture of a dog in a red circle with a line through it with the words No Dog Fouling underneath it.

Our biodegradable Dog Poo bags are available to Hook dog owners, FREE.

If you require Dog Poo bags, please call the office number 01256 768687 to find out where your nearest doorstep collection point is.

All dog waste can be placed in ANY bin, not just the specific dog waste bins.


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Hook Parish Council has a mobile App! Find events, local organisations, facilities and much much more.

Our App is available on both iOS and Android: search for “Hook Parish Council”.

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Issues relating to roads, streetlights, footpaths, verges, potholes, fly tipping etc. should be reported to Fix My Street, as this will be passed on to the correct authority.

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Hook Parish Council

Hook has been a civil parish, with its own Parish Council, since 1932. The council has twelve members, who each represent the whole village. The full council meets approximately once a month, with committee meetings more frequently. Members of the public are welcome to attend meetings, and may address the council under the "Ten Minute Rule" during meetings of the full council.
Hook Parish Council
Hook Parish Council2 days ago
It's Hook Village Hall's Macmillan Coffee Morning next Friday 30th (10am to noon) at the Elizabeth Hall RG27 9HH. Cakes are available to purchase to eat elsewhere if you are unable to attend the event. Get in touch with Louise at louise@simplecakes.co.uk or 07754 990357 no later than Tuesday to order your cakes and help raise money for Macmillan.
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Hook Parish Council3 days ago
This weekend the Hook & Odiham Lions in association with Odiham & Hook Rotary Club and other Village Connect partners, are running their Village Connect Trail that runs across the three villages of Hartley Wintney, Hook, and Odiham. In its second year, this wonderful family event not only encourages residents to explore the villages but raise money for local schools and The Lions Ukraine Appeal.

For more information and to register go to https://www.hookandodihamlions.co.uk/villagetrailwalk/

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Hook Parish Council4 days ago
Please note the later than normal start time for this meeting.

The agenda for the Planning and Infrastructure (P&I) Committee meeting being held on the 28th September 2022 at 8pm in Bartley Room, Hook Community Centre, Ravenscroft, RG27 9NN is now available on our website.

You will find all of our meeting agendas and cancellation notices here https://bit.ly/3bHoEEb

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