Hessle and Hill Top is a civil parish in the City of Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England. Until 1974 Hessle and Hill Top was part of Hemsworth Rural District but still retains Hemsworth as its UK parliament constituency. Hessle and Hill Tops recorded population is 138 people according to the 2011 census conducted by the office for national statistics.
In the 1870s Hessle and Hill Top, previously known as Hasel, was described as
Other surrounding places of notable interest include Ackworth, a larger neighbouring parish to the east, Fitzwillam, another small parish south-west of Hessle and Hill Top, which is also the closest railway station. Nostell, a smaller village to the west and is currently grouped with Hessle and Hill Top as well as several other small parishes as a division of Wakefield city council, and Pontefract, another large town to the north and a common reference frame for where the parish is located.