Deene & Deenethorpe Parish Council

Deene and Deenethorpe are both small villages in East Northamptonshire. Deene has a village hall and notable buildings include the redundant St Peter’s Church, and the manor of Deene Park. The village of Deene lies to the North-West of the A43 and Deenethorpe lies to the South-East of the A43.

There are 7 members of Deene and Deenethorpe Parish Council who meet 6 times a year usually on a Monday evening. May, July, September, November, January and March.

The draft minutes from the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 16th January are now available on the Agenda & Minutes page of this website. The next Full Council Meeting due to take place on Monday 20th March starting at 19:00 which will be held in Deene Village Hall, the Agenda will be available by Monday 13th March.

Your Parish Council Needs You

After many years of excellent service the current clerk to Deene and Deenethorpe Parish Council is retiring.

The Parish Council is therefore looking for a new Clerk, no experience is necessary, so long as you are computer literate and have a good head for figures.

This is a salaried postion for 20 hours per month, with some evening work to attend the 6 Parish Council Meetings during the year.

There will be a complete and comprenshive hand over with as much support as necessary going forward by the current Clerk.

If this interests you please contact Sue Cook on 07825 925 210 for more details.

Town & Parish Information – Locally Identified Priorities Link & Neighbourhood Alert leaflet

If you have an interest in broadband news in North Northamptonshire, then please see the second edition of the Superfast Northamptonshire newsletter from Councillor David Howes. You can view the newsletter using this link Superfast Northants Newsletter Second Edition December 2022.

To find out more about social tariffs, how to apply and cutting costs go to Tips for cutting your phone, broadband and pay -TV costs – Ofcom.  This also provides helpful advice about switching your ISP.

A consultation on ward boundaries for North Northamptonshire

Office of Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner today launches Flare Report App thatallows women to report, anonymously and quickly, any incidents or behaviour that make them feel unsafe when they are out and about in Northamptonshire.  Police will collate and analyse the reports made, so that problem areas can be identified and action taken to improve those areas where people feel unsafe.

We encourage everyone to use this great public reporting tool. https://www.northnorthants.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-transport/report-potholes-or-highway-problem

Any defects or issues can be logged there and we will inspect within 5 working days and then get back to you with a response outlining what we can do.

If we cannot do anything, we will explain why.

There is also some great highway information here Parking, roads and transport | North Northamptonshire Council (northnorthants.gov.uk)

Notice of Intention to Confirm Footpath Diversion Order MS1 (part), MS6 (part) in the Parish of Deene and HF10 (part) in the Parish of Weldon, Kirby Lane 2022

On the 14th April 2022 North Northamptonshire Council made the attached Order to divert the above footpaths.

Please find attached a copy of the Made Order and Notice of Intent which explains how you may make objections to, or representations about, the Order.

To report Dog Fouling please use this link highlighted in blue

Consultation: Licensing Act 2003 – North Northamptonshire Council Statement of Licensing Policy 2022-2027

Latest Newsletter from Jason Smither Leader of NNC

Police, Fire, and Crime Commissioner Newsletter

There are two Facebook pages, one is the “Residents of Deene and Deenethorpe”, which is a private site and you need to be a resident of either Deene or Deenethorpe to gain access. The other is a public site called the “Deene and Deenethorpe village news

Useful Links

To report any Highway Issues Fix my Street

To view Planning Applications

To report any Fly Tipping