About us

Holme Parish Council comprises seven Councillors who live in the Parish. They are supported by a part time Clerk.


Holme has a population of around 700. The village has a pub called the Admiral Wells and a village hall. The village has a primary school and a parish church, dedicated to St Giles, which was rebuilt in 1862 by Edward Browning. There is a large village green and a nature reserve, and Holme is surrounded by fields, forests and fens.

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Holme Parish News August September  click here to open

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HPN May 2022  click to open

HPN A5 April 2022 Click here to read

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Holme Parish Council News Feb 22 Click here to read

december Jan A5 all together inc photos from school  Click here to read

HP NEWS October 2021  click here to open

Holme Fen Nature Reserve

Holme Fen is part of a nature reserve containing the largest pure birch woodland in the country together with raised mire and heathland habitats. A variety of bird life can be found alongside 450 different species of fungi! In the 1980’s an open water area was created to support dragonflies, birds and various marsh plants.

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