Stanwick Parish Council
Northamptonshire
Serving the community of Stanwick since 2000
Local democracy in action
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Documents & Reports

All of our policies, meeting minutes and other associated support documents can be found in our document and reports area.

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Meetings Calendar

Our regular meetings are listed on this page. All meetings are held in the Committee Room of the Village Hall commencing at 7.15 p.m.

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Latest council News

We regularly post / show lists of archived news items reflecting matters for the community  on our latest news page.

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Parish Meetings

Our Parish Council holds its meeting as the 'Stanwick Showcase' inviting local groups and businesses to put on a display for the community to to attend.

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Stanwick Parish Council

Allotment Application Form

Name: *
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Please indicate the size of plot you are interested in. We will contact you when plots become available*
Large Plot 250 sq m
Small Plot 125 sq m
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Your name and address will be kept by the Parish Council and you will be added to the waiting list. Please notify the Council of any changes to your details. If you would like your details removed from the waiting list please contact the Parish Clerk. 

 

Stanwick Parish Council’s General Privacy Notice and Privacy Policy that sets out how we use personal data is available to read or download from the Council’s website www.stanwickparishcouncil.org.uk. Alternatively please speak to Parish Clerk for a copy. 

 

I agree by signing below that the Council may process my personal information for statutory purposes, providing information relating to the allotments and corresponding with me. 

 

I have the right to request modification of the information that you keep on record.

 

Application Date

If you are contacted about an allotment tenancy and you do not respond within one calendar month your name will be removed from the waiting list. 

 

This form will be emailed to clerk.stanwickpc@outlook.com 

The Four Year Plan has been created to direct the actions of the Council until the next round of parish elections in May 2025. 

This is a statement of the Parish Council’s vision for the parish, its purpose, values, objectives and key priorities. It is not intended to be a traditional ‘Parish Plan’ which sets out aims and ambitions that are delivered by the community and partners as a whole. 

It is a document that sets out what Stanwick Parish Council itself can achieve, either directly or by trying to increase its influence on the relevant delivery body, such as the Unitary Council and partner organisations.

The Four Year Plan was adopted by the Parish Council at its meeting on 23rd September 2021. 

The Plan will be accompanied by action plans. The first of these to be adopted is Overarching Plan and the Year 1 Plan.

The Overarching Plan does not have any target dates because these are actions that the Council will be striving to achieve at all times.

The Year 1 Plan will be updated on a periodic basis to show the progress made.

In the background there is a much longer list of ideas and possible actions that will be continually be added to over the life of the Council and this document will be used to create the action plans for future years.

Four Year Plan Documents

File Title Detail/Date Download
Four Year Plan Download
4 year overarching plan Updated March 2022 Download
Year 1 plan Update March 2022 Download

Weekend celebrations,  3rd to 5th June 2022.

Weekend timetable

Friday 3rd June

2.30pm Cream Tea with live music at Stanwick Village Hall (Tickets required)

3pm to 5pm Children’s Fancy Dress at Stanwick Club (open to non-members) (Free tickets)

9pm 40s tribute singer Odette at Stanwick Club (open to non-members)

Saturday 4th June

10am to 12 noon Nature trail at Stanwick Pocket Park including

           11.00 am burial of the Jubilee time capsule

3.30pm Stanwick Carnival (assemble at 3.30pm to depart at 4.15pm) all welcome including

           unveiling of the Jubilee Tree and Commemorative Brick on Jubilee Bridge

5pm Village Evening at Stanwick Primary School (CASH bar/food)

9pm ‘Out of Order’ to perform at Stanwick Club (open to non-members)

Sunday 5th June

9.30 am ‘Priceless’ service at St Laurence Church

12 noon to 3pm Big Lunch Picnic in the Park at Stanwick Rec including

       12.30 ‘Her Majesty’s Shoes’ performed by Laugh Out Loud Theatre (free)

      Beat the goalie with Stanwick Rovers FC

      Target Bowls, Have A Go & Fun Bowls with Stanwick Bowls Club

       Bar provided by the Duke of Wellington

       Burgers, Hotdogs, teas & coffees available from Stanwick Rovers FC

3.00pm The Church Bells will be rung

3.30p.m. Jubilee Songs of Praise at St Laurence Church

4pm to 7.45pm ‘May Blossom’ to perform at Stanwick Club (open to non-members)

 Please see the notice board on the village hall for up to date information for all events

Jubilee Carnival

Sat 4th June 2022

Everyone is welcome to join in the Jubilee Carnival that will walk through Stanwick

The route map can be viewed on the village noticeboard on the side of the village hall and our Facebook page

The parade will assemble in the school carpark (assemble at 3.30pm) and parade will finish at school field at 5pm for the Village Evening

The Parade will stop for the unveiling of the Jubilee Tree and the Jubilee Bridge plaque

5pm Village Evening at Stanwick School

Picnic in the Park    

The Big Lunch

At Stanwick Recreation Ground

Sunday 5th June

12 noon to 3pm

Bring your chairs, blankets and lunch to enjoy

‘Her Majesty’s Shoes’ performed by Laugh Out Loud Theatre (free show)

Beat the goalie with Stanwick Rovers FC

Target Bowls, Have A Go & Fun Bowls with Stanwick Bowls Club

Family sports day

Bar provided by the Duke of Wellington

Burgers, hotdogs teas & coffees available from Stanwick Rovers FC

Stanwick in Bloom

We will be holding an informal Stanwick in Bloom alongside the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations. Free to enter, you will be able to add your home to the trail map. The map can be found on the notice board on the side of the village hall and is pinned to the top of our Facebook page. Individual paper maps are not available.
 
There are no hard and fast rules - hanging baskets, pots, flower beds, decorate a window, decorate the house, create a scene with scarecrows, the choice is yours.
 
Stanwick in Bloom - clarification

When we had the idea for Stanwick in Bloom the thought was to have the front of properties decorated and looking floral with people wandering by, much like during the scarecrow festival. I have had a few enquiries asking if gardens needs to be open for all 4 days from people thinking about access to the rear of their properties.

We are mindful of community safety considerations and would not want gates left unlocked and homeowners having strangers (however nice everyone in Stanwick is) walk in randomly over a 4 day period.

So, as we have not had a significant number of properties come forward, a map will be produced that will be pinned to the top of our facebook page and will be on the notice board. We will not be selling trail maps.

There is still time to add your property to the map - please let me know by the end of Wednesday 25th May if you plan to decorate your house and would like to be included - thank you

 
Stanwick Bunting
 
Our environmentally friendly, not-single-use bunting has been expanded thanks to the donation of material and time given to cut up the fabric and the people who have stitched all on to the tapes. Thank you.
 

On 17th July 2017 East Northamptonshire Council 'made' the Stanwick Neighbourhood Development Plan 2016-2031. This means that they had adopted the Plan and that the local planning authority and planning inspectors considering planning applications or appeals must make their decisions in accordance with the policies of the Development Plan, unless material considerations indicate otherwise.

Key statutory supporting documents such as screening reports and statutory notices are included in the Basic Conditions Statement that can be downloaded below.

In March 2014 there was an initial public meeting in Stanwick Primary School Hall to gauge level of interest and support for a Stanwick Neighbourhood Plan and the process culminated in a Referendum on 29th June 2017 with 759 votes supporting the proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan and 20 votes not supporting the Plan.

As part of work to write the Neighbourhood Development Plan, the Steering Group referred to both existing policies of other authorities and undertook the creation of Stanwick specific reports. These are listed below as the 'evidence base'.  Please note that that the policies produced by other authorities may have been subsequently updated or replaced. The documents made available here are the versions that were available to the steering group.

Neighbourhood Plan Documents

Evidence Base

1. Documents produced by the Steering Group as part of the Plan process

2. Higher level planning policies referenced by the Steering Group when preparing the Plan

3. Documents produced by other authorities referenced by the steering group when preparing the plan

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Clerk:  Ms Jenny Hodgson

29 Hill House Gardens, Stanwick, Northamptonshire, NN9 6QH

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01933 625616

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