This is the web site of the Parish Council of Braybrooke, a small village and rural parish in the Kettering district of Northamptonshire.
The Parish Council meets in the Village Hall every second month, on the third Tuesday; and additionally as necessary to respond to planning applications.
In this site, you will find details of the Council members; the agendas and minutes of meetings; a calendar of important Parish Council dates; a list of recent planning applications and, where applicable, the Parish Council's response; and a reference source for the council's policies.
You will also be able to provide feedback on the site and the council, or send a message to one of the Councillors.
To get more information about the village, dates for the diary and the latest village news, visit the Braybrooke Village Website
Flood Risk and Mitigation in Braybrooke.
The long awaited report from the Pathfinder II Project has now been published and can be seen by clicking here. It contains maps and surveys of water courses, drains, and possible flood areas in the Parish, together with guidance on how to maintain these and further investigations required. The Parish Council will consider at a future meeting how we might respond. Meanwhile we would appreciate commments.
Annual Meeting of Parish
The 2018 Annual Meeting of the Parish was held at 3pm on Sunday 18 March 2018.
The reports from the village organisations, that were presented at the meeting, may now be read on this website. Click here
The next full meeting of the Parish Council will take place on 20 November 2018 at 7.30pm.
Unfortunately Nikki Glazebrook has had to resign due to other commitments, so a vacancy has been declared.
Reporting suspicious or criminal behaviour
Northamptonshire Police's Rural Crime Team asks:
“If you’re a victim of crime or see something that doesn’t seem right, follow your gut instinct and report it to us, because we need the information you have – you are the eyes and ears of your community. Don’t worry that you’re wasting our time. No matter how small an incident, we need to know about it so we have an accurate picture of rural criminal activity to help us take targeted action against it.”
The rural crime team is especially keen to encourage people to be aware of and report wildlife-related crime.
Report crime and suspicious activity by filling out the online reporting form
or call 101. In an emergency, dial 999. Information can also be shared anonymously with Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111.
Join the mailing list
The Parish Council wishes to be able to keep Braybrooke residents (and anyone else who is interested) informed by email about relevant issues. To add yourself to the mailing list, please click HERE and follow the instructions.
The Village Hall - brief history here