Clerk: Ms Jenny Hodgson
29 Hill House Gardens
Serving the community of Stanwick since 2000
Local democracy in action
Latest news and updates will be given here
If you put up posters around the village to advertise an event or for another purpose, the Parish Council would appreciate it if you could remove your posters after the event date has passed.
Old posters become tatty and become an eyesore, spoiling our village.
Thanking you for your co-operation
22/05/19 Cllr Nick Peck was relected as the Parish Council Chairman for the new muncipal year at the Annual Council Meeting on 16th May 2019
16/04/19 The Office of the Police Fire and Crime Commissioner is recruiting new members to join their Joint Independent Audit Committee. The advert can be seen here and the application pack downloaded here Both are pdf files.
12/04/19 The Police Fire and Crime Commissioner (Stephen Mold) is offering some new grants. Please click on the link here to open a poster with more information.
11/04/19 There is a vacancy on the council that will be filled by co-option. If you are interested in putting your self forward, please contact the Clerk via email.
04/02/19 The Parish Council is interested to hear from Stanwick residents whi might like to become an allotment tenant.
24/01/19 East Northamptonshire Council's Transformation Committee is preparing the District Council for the transfer to Unitary. Minutes to the Transformation Committee metings can be found on their website via this link to the committee page
23/01/19 Some taxi licence plates have been stolen from local vehicles. Please be vigilant and ensure you are using a geniune taxi.
27/09/18 Stanwick Remembers and Ceasefire Celebration will be taking place over the weekend of 10th & 11th November.
06/09/18 The Council would like expressions of interest from residents interested in attending an evening presentation by the civil engineers DSA
06/09/18 Julie Paterson has been co-opted to the Parish Council to fill the vacancy created by Graham Roberts
24/05/18 There is vacancy on the Parish Council following the resignation of Graham Roberts. The vacancy notice can be read here.
18/05/18 Cllr Nick Peck has been elected as chairman for a second year.
17/05/18 District Councillor Helen Howell's annual report can be downloaded and read here as a pdf 406 KB
26/03/18 The annual parish council newsletter has been delivered to homes in Stanwick. It can be downloaded and read as a pdf here 186 KB
21/03/18 A combined timetable for the bus services 45, X46 & X 47 can be downloaded here as a pdf file (135 KB). For a definitive guide to bus servives, please use the Stahe coach website.
08/02/18 The Parish Council has not increased the amount of local tax it is requesting from our residents for the year commencing 1st April 2018. The Council always seeks to minimise the level of the local tax as far as possible and when there are unexpected costs, it falls back on its reserves (savings) to meet the costs.
06/02/18 In the final quarter of 2017 double yellow lines were introduced to Raunds Road, High Street and a new area on Church Street to improve safety for pedestrains and drivers alike. This is now being followed up with visits from the County Council Enforcement Team who can issue parking tickets.
02/02/18 The Parish Council is pleased to be sponsoring Stanwick's entry to the Northamptonshire Village of the Year competition.
24/01/18 Incidents of dog mess not being cleaned up by the owner are increasing. The Dog Warden has been informed and is making additional visits to Stanwick. Information on how to report dog fouling is on the East Northants website and this link will take you their relevant page. Dog warden service
22/01/18 Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert is a free messaging service that allows Northamptonshire Police, Neighbourhood Watch and other partner organisations keep you informed about issues in your area that are relevant to you. To sign up use this link to reach their page: Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert
14/07/17 'Think before your park' scheme announced.
30/06/17 Resounding YES vote in the Neighbourhood Plan Referendum