- The Parish Council will meet on Thursday 14 March at 7.30pm in the Community Centre
- Vacancy for a Parish Councillor - see News page
Welcome to the website of Tydd St Giles Parish Council
Tydd St. Giles, the northernmost parish in Cambridgeshire, is situated 6 miles north of Wisbech. The Shire Drain divides it on the north and west from the sister parish of Tydd St. Mary in Lincolnshire. This stream has shrunk to a shadow of its former self but is an important boundary, separating, as it has done, two counties, two dioceses, and in all probability two Anglo Saxon kingdoms.
To the east of the village, the parish includes the hamlets of Four Gotes, Foul Anchor and part of Tydd Gote. The population of the parish is around 1,200, including some 150 children, living in approximately 500 households.
This site provides comprehensive information about the work of the Parish Council in supporting the lives of our parishioners.