Welcome to Husthwaite Village
Husthwaite is an ancient settlement, one of the oldest buildings being St. Nicholas' Parish Church dating from the twelfth century, which, with the Village Green, forms the centre of the village.
The village is a Designated Conservation Area and is adjacent to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
Our village is a thriving local community with a wide range of activies. Many of these take place in our local Village Hall which has become a focal point of entertainment ranging from dramatic productions and talks to scottish country dancing which culminates in a Burns Night Celebration every year.
Neighbourhood Plan Update
Having Your Say
Thank you to all who attended the launch event on 16 and 17 September. Feedback has been insightful and clearly shows the community has a great deal to contribute to what a neighbourhood plan should look like, whether it's housing, transport, sustainability, and many other topics...you most definitely had something to say!
If you were not able to attend, it would be really helpful if you would share some of your views and ideas. In order to do that we have prepared an online survey with a sample of the questions and activities that were presented. Click on the link below to find the survey.
If there is anything else that you think we should take into account in preparing the new Plan - please email
Sarah Aspinall: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you did attend but have some additional thoughts, please also feel free to include in an email.
This is a new bulletin which the Parish Council is intending to publish on a monthly basis. You can
We hope you find it helpful and would welcome feedback - please email the PC with any comments.