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Weedon Bec Parish Council

Serving the people of Weedon Bec

Clerk: Mrs Susan Halkett
16, St Mary's Way, Weedon
Northamptonshire NN7 4QL

Weedon Bec Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Weedon Bec a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information, provides information on village life as well as news, views, contact details for village groups and resources, whats on and much more too.

We hope you find this web site useful. If you would like to contribute in any way or if you have any comments then please contact us.

Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Jubilee Field Questionnaire

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 15:06 by Susan Halkett

We are still looking for your ideas and suggestions for the space created by the mound removal. Please help us by completing this survey and having your say in developing the spaces for the future.

The closing date is 30th April 2018. All the results will be shared at an open day in May.


Annual Parish Meeting

Wed, 25 Apr 2018 19:00 by Susan Halkett

All resident of the village are invited to take part in the Annual Parish Meeting. Topics to be covered include:

Depot Visitor's Centre

Junior Parish Council

Daventry Development Link Road (Bypass)

WWI commemorations from the Parish of Weedon Bec

Reports from: Weedon Charity, The Pocket Park, WFC, Community Orchard, The Mound, Shared PCSO for the village, conservation areas, District and County Councillors and financial report and Chairman's report from the Parish Council. More »

Plus anything else you wish to raise. » Less

Stowe Nine Churches Parish Council has asked us to share this correspondence with you.

Mon, 26 Mar 2018 15:38 by Susan Halkett

'I am writing to ask if you could share the following information with your residents to help protect our countryside.

In addition to our own residents, many dog walkers from adjacent parishes visit Stowe Nine Churches, often walking across the fields between the two settlements. We have found that dog fouling has increased recently in the fields, on verges as well as on footpaths in the village itself. In response to this, we are trying to raise awareness of this issue. More »

We would be very grateful if you could let your residents know that we don't have poo bins in either Church Stowe or Upper Stowe and that we kindly ask that when visiting the Parish with their dog they come fully prepared to pick up all dog waste and take it home.

Lambing season is now in full swing and we are also trying to raise awareness of the importance of keeping dogs under control to avoid devastating attacks of livestock. Even the most obedient dogs can become distracted by grazing animals and a Ewe being chased by a dog can cause it to become so stressed that it could abort an unborn lamb.

We therefore ask dog owners to respect our countryside and keep dogs on leads when walking in fields of livestock and that all dog fouling is picked up, even when walking on agricultural land.

Many thanks' » Less