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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 March 21st are now available on the Agenda & Minutes page of this website. The next Full Council Meeting is due to take place on Monday 23rd May in Deene Village Hall, which will be include the Annual Parish Meeting, and the Annual Parish Council Meeting. The Agenda is now available.

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