Notice Board


Hybrid heat pumps can help you reduce your heating costs and your carbon footprint.  You don’t need to replace your heating system as the super-efficient heat pump works alongside your existing boiler. State-of-the-art smart controls intelligently switch between your existing boiler and the heat pump, and you could reduce your reliance on oil or LPG by up to 80%.  If you’d like to know more, EDF will be running an online information session and have invited a customer to talk about their experience of living with a hybrid heat pump and the benefits they are seeing.  Please indicate your availability on this DoodlePoll: and EDF will be in touch with the webinar details.

May Hill Community Fruit and Veg Bags – Info and Orders

Support local farmers and food suppliers at this difficult time! Support each other! Get fresh, seasonal, fruit, veg and salad bags, much of it locally sourced, delivered directly to your door! Run by our community, for our community!
Our bags contain a changing mix of fruit, veg and salad each week. Begun for lockdown, continuing while things are still uncertain. You can order every week or just when you want to. Bulk purchasing from our supplier gives us access to a wide range of great fruit and veg. We split what we order each week evenly between the bags, with no profits or mark ups so it’s great value. The more orders we get the more variety we can offer.  

May Hill Residents can order a weekly veggie bag by following this link May Hill Veggie Bag

Bags cost £12. If you order before midnight Sunday we will deliver the following Wednesday afternoon. Order and pay following the link or the QR code below. Queries or phone orders to Caroline on 831683 or 07564365200. 

Community Shop – Survey Results

Please click the link below to download the results of the survey


A shop can be a lifeline to those with limited transport options, it is a meeting place, communication centre and an important lynchpin of village life. Much of the appeal of our village rests on its sense of community; it is the reason many people have moved here and remain here. The presence of a shop would, we feel, greatly enhance and complement the community spirit already established and built around the Village Hall. 

Even before the Covid-19 outbreak a few of us had begun to consider the workability of setting up a Community Shop for May Hill, the experience of lockdown has only cemented our belief that such an initiative may well be a viable option welcomed and supported by villagers and the wider community.