Church and Community
St Mary Magdalene Church
The Church stands at the centre of the village, next to Hayton C of E School, and serves the wider parish of Hayton which includes the settlements of How Mill, Fenton, Faugh and Edmund Castle.
"At Hayton Church we describe our aim as ‘welcoming all to experience, show and share God’s love.’ We believe that God’s love, as seen in Jesus, is for everyone. We also believe that we need each other if we are to grow in understanding and responding to the goodness of God. Whatever has brought you to visit this website today I hope you find it helpful. You are always welcome to get in touch with me if you would like a conversation about faith or what the church offers or believes. You are most welcome to visit us by coming to any of our services or by visiting our church which is open every day."
More information available at haytonparishchurch.co.uk
Hayton Parish Council
The Parish Council has a population of 2,246 at the last count and lies East of Carlisle and West of Brampton, Cumbria.
It has twelve parish councillors who are all volunteers split into the four electoral wards of Corby Hill, Hayton, Heads Nook and Talkin. Meetings are normally held on the third Wednesday of month (with exceptions of April, August and December) at various halls around the parish and the public are encouraged to attend and raise any concerns.
More information available at haytonparishcouncil.org.uk
Hayton Community Project
We are a community organisation run by villagers in Hayton, Brampton, Cumbria.
Follow us to find out about the events we organise throughout the year
- Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/haytoncp
- Twitter - https://twitter.com/HaytonCP