Coronavirus Update: Due to the current lock-down restrictions all updates will be on this website only. Noticeboards contain this website’s details for people to refer to. Please new the News Section for latest updates. Hertfordshire County Council have issued the following guideline reminders:

*Act like you’ve got it – don’t meet people socially that you don’t live with. *If you have to go out for ESSENTIAL reasons you must stay at least 2m / 6 1/2 feet away from anybody else. * Wash your hands for 20 seconds as soon as you get in (remember you can get cross contamination from the things you touch when out like your phone, purse / wallet and keys.) www.hertfordshire.gov.uk


For emotional help or practical support www.hertshelp.net / info@hertshelp.net / 0300 1234044 Also for mental health issues you can contact Herts Mind Network: www.hertsmindnetwork.org daytime calls (8am – 7pm) 0300 7770707 or 0203727 3600 and Nightline:01923 256391

Medical Advice and information: www.nhs.uk/coronavirus

If you are concerned about domestic abuse for you or someone else: www.hertssunflower.org or for immediate danger phone 999. There is also Hertfordshire Domestic Abuse Helpline 08 088 088 088 (9am-9pm Monday to Friday and 9am-4pm at weekends).

Money Advice Unit www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/benefits

Hertfordshire Citizens Advice www.hcas.org.uk 03444 111 444


Welcome to the  South Mimms Parish Council website where you will be able to find out more about us, what we do and how to get help with lots of things.

Many day-to-day issue need to be reported to Hertsmere Borough or Hertfordshire County Council, so the fastest way to get things fixed or get the help you need is to go direct to them. The Parish Council is focused on matters effecting our village specifically.

However, please do contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns or village news that you feel the Parish Council should be aware of or, of course, where SMPC can help or support you.

Our councilors are elected volunteers, so please remember that they are serving the community for free and put in lots of hours of effort. Our Clerk does not live in the village and only works for us part time, among other clients, so the best way to reached her is by email on southmimmspc@gmail.com.

Our About SMPC page gives some history as to why the SMPC was set up. Please use the other menu options above to explore the site in more detail. The sidebar to the right links to news, updates and external resources that you may find of interest – South Mimms has lots of history!