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.
Consultation: Licensing Act 2003 – North Northamptonshire Council Statement of Licensing Policy 2022-2027
The Village Hall page has been updated advertising the Bonfire and Fireworks at Home Farm. The Village Hall Committee are hoping to hold a Christmas Party on December 4th, more details to follow.
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
To report any Highway Issues Fix my Street
To view Planning Applications
To report any Fly Tipping
The next full Council Meeting is due to take place on Monday 18th October 2021 starting at 7:00p.m, in Deene Village Hall. The Agenda is now available. The draft minutes from the Full Council Meeting held on Monday 19th July 2021 are now available.
Newsletter from Cllr Jason Smithers. Leader of North Northamptonshire Council
East Northants Council launches new way to report fly tipping
Having seen how successful the What3Words app has been across the world, East Northamptonshire Council (ENC) is now encouraging anyone who wishes to report fly tipping across the district to use the app.
What3Words works using the principle that every 3m x 3m square of the world has been assigned an address of three words. For example one 3m x 3m square at East Northamptonshire Council’s Cedar Drive office can be identified more precisely as ‘Corded.Clean.Eased’ as opposed to ENC’s postcode of NN14 4LZ which covers a larger area.
It is hoped that by encouraging residents to download the app, fly tipping can be reported more precisely. This will allow it be located more quickly and dealt with by Council officers, especially in more rural areas of the district where a postcode typically cover a much wider area.
Anyone wishing to report fly tipping should download the What3Words app to pinpoint the three words unique to that location. The three words will then need to be pasted into the relevant box when reporting fly tipping via the ENC website.
To report fly tipping in East Northants, please visit www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk/flytipping