Welcome to the Nash Mills Parish council website.

Nash Mills is a small parish of some 3,000 acres situated on the South/Westerly edge of Dacorum Borough Council (DBC). The Parish has rural boundaries on two sides, the third is the Grand Union Canal and the fourth is residential. Historically the Parish was a mixture of rural, industrial and residential. With the conversion of the SAPPI site into Nash Mills Wharf the Parish is now effectively just residential. There are a small number of industrial units and over 160 acres of wonderful countryside.

The Parish is situated a couple of miles from Hemel Hempstead town centre and locally is serviced by The Denes shopping centre, a regular bus service into the town centre and London is only forty minutes via Apsley Station. The aim of this site is to provide you with all the information you need to know about the local community, amenities and history.

Parish Council

Click on the Nash Mills tab - where you can find details of your Parish Councillors and how to contact them or our Parish Clerk/RFO Linda Sutton as well as information on Full Council meetings and Committees and what a Parish Council actually does. The Clerk can be contacted by email on clerk@nashmillsparishcouncil.gov.uk or call 01462 735553 between 8am and 1pm Monday to Thursday.

Meetings are held the second Monday of each month except August at Nash Mills Village Hall, Lower Road.

To hire Nash Mills Village Hall contact Keith Gower, Chairman of NMVHA on 07554 997144.

Local History

Learn about Nash Mills from the earliest times.

Local Amenities

Here are contact details for local amenities and organisations as well as schools, sports centres and transport links.

If you know of or a part of any organisation not included please contact our Clerk.

News and Events

Are you planning an upcoming event (not for profit) or have held one in your area? Send us all the information and pictures. Find out what is going on in and around the Parish.

Residents Associations

There are already several Residents’ Associations in the Parish area - if you would like to set a new one up please contact either Dave Jackson or Helen Gough.

Or send us all the information on your existing Association for inclusion here.

Enjoy our site.