Barnwell Parish Council has 7 elected councillors and an electorate of about 336. The Council meet bi-monthly, usually on the third Tuesday of the month, at the Village Hall at 8pm. See more details about Parish Council meetings via the 'parish council meetings' tab.
DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT ALL SCHEDULED PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS WILL NEED TO TAKE PLACE VIA VIDEO CONFERENCING. IF YOU HAVE ANY ISSUES YOU NEED TO RAISE WITH THE COUNCIL PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK: email@example.com
Our current Parish Councillors are:-
Mrs Heather Hanlon (Parish Council Chair & Parish Council Representative of the Trustees of Parson Latham's Hospital, Joint Action Group, Oundle Area Council Representative)
Mr Graham Wise (Highways, Street-lighting)
Mr Nick Bould (Parish Council Representitive of The Friends of Barnwell Country Park. Traffic Calming)
Mr David Brown (Parish Council Vice-Chair, Flood Warden, Trees)
Mr Geoff Shacklock (Joint Action Group, Oundle Area Council Representative, Grass-cutting)
Mr Chris Soans (Rights of Way)
Mrs Jeanne DeBock (Internal Financial Control)
All Coucillors have responsibility for planning, and playground inspections
Parish Councillor's Register of Interests link: http://www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=1420&pageNumber=1
Clerk to the Parish Council - Mrs Nicki Phillips
You can contact the Parish Council via the 'contacts' tab, or by phoning the Clerk on 07562372430.
Parish Council Responsibilities - it can be confusing to know which council is responsible for what services in the village.
Parish and town councils are part of local government in Northamptonshire together with Northamptonshire County Council and East Northants District Council. Each is responsible for different things.
The Parish Council is responsible for - for streetlighting, the bus shelter, allotments, the provision of litter and dog fouling bins, seats and benches, the village noticeboard, the telephone kiosk, and some tree maintainance.
The District Council is responsible for local services including housing, local planning, environmental health and refuse collections.
The County Council is responsible for strategic services such as highways, education, libraries, social services, strategic planning and refuse disposal.
Highway problems - if you wish to report problems such as potholes, overgrown verges, or problems with footpaths, you can report on line using this link:- http://www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/streetdoctor