Welcome to Heckington.com the Community Website for the Lincolnshire village of Heckington, bringing you all that's great about the village.
On this site you will find useful links to local traders, organisations and groups that will showcase what Heckington has to offer to its residents and visitors alike, proving that Heckington is a great place to visit and an even greater place to live!
We hope you will visit us soon!

Keeping you up to date with what's going on in Heckington
Heckington.com has its own twitter page. Whether you are a local resident or a visitor from afar, follow us to keep up to date with what's going on in the village. We even have our own Facebook page. Please remember to "like us"
Some of our residents have created their own separate Facebook group which is full of useful, up to date information about whats going on in the village. Click on the picture to visit their page. 
The Heckington Village Magazine is a monthly publication packed with local news, events and competitions. It is available to buy from several shops in the village. (If you are a non resident and would like a copy of the Heckington Village Magazine, please contact us and we will provide you with details of how you can get your copy.)

Latest Heckington News

Bell Ringing Taster Day at Gt. Hale.

RINGERS 'TASTER DAY' St. Marys, Great Hale.


Over 400 people 'had a go' on the 'simulator' at Heckington Show last year and several said they would like an opportunityp to ring tower bells.

The time has come for us to give you the opportunity. The day will include viewing the bells at Helpringham from a viewing platform and ringing the bells at Heckington as well as learning more about the art of bell ringing.

Teaching for those still interested will be at St Mary's Great Hale on Monday evenings. Learning to ring is free but commitment to service ringing and othe church events is expected.

Who can learn to ring? Anyone over 12 years (approx) who can climb the belfry stairs , we would like some younger people to join us. Many of the youth organisations name bell ringing in their list of interst badges and our universities have ringing societies too - ready made friends for those leaving home for the first time.

As well as being a very social hobby ringing is mentally stimulating and a good cardiovascular exercise. An excellent hobby for people of all ages.

Please contact Audrey Harrison for information on 01529 460316

Death of Eddie Foster

It is with extreme regret that we share the news from The Pavilion, that our good friend Eddie Foster has died.

Eddie was an active member of The Pavilion Bar and Function Room in Heckington and was instrumental in revamping and rebranding the old Sports and Social Club into what it is now, The Pavilion.

His help, support and friendship within the Heckington community will be greatly missed.

We extend our condolences to Eddie's friends and family at this difficult time. 

Freewheeler One at The Pavilion

Freewheeler One is a safety initiative sponsored by the Police, Neighbourhood Watch, NKDC and the local Police panel organised by NHW and The Pavilion to promote and encourage safer cycling. If you are within cycling distance of Heckington you can come along and get a free safety check on your bike and either have it security marked by the police or micro chipped. Its all completely free of charge.

Pop along to The Pavilion, Howell Road, Heckington between 11am and 3pm on Saturday 5th April 2014 and get your bike security stamped and your pet security chipped, for FREE!

Plus there will be a Dogs Trust Stand. To lose your pet, or even worse, have it stolen, can be traumatic for you and your pet The Dogs Trust are offering to fit a micro chip in your dog completly free of charge. The procedure is painless and free.

Refreshments are available all day