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 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
The next full meeting of the Parish Council will be on
15th September, 2020 at 7.30pm.
From now on, until further notice, PC meetings will be held remotely using video-conferencing (Zoom). Members of the public are welcome to attend.
The Zoom meeting ID is 655 767 4759
To join by desktop or laptop computer, at the appropriate time please click here and follow the instructions using the password 5pRazi.
To join by mobile phone, either
- open the Zoom App, click on Join Meeting and follow the instructions using the password 5pRazi or
- dial one of the following numbers:
0330 088 5830
0203 481 5237
0131 460 1196
and follow the spoken instructions using the password 536758.
Braybrooke has begun work on a Neighbourhood Plan, as agreed at the last Annual Meeting of the Parish. A Steering Group was formed on 15 June. Work has begun on a questionnaire to canvass residents views, and the historical context and important buildings of the parish.
The Steering Group meeting agreed to meet on the first Monday of each month. The next meeting will be on 7 Sept at 7pm and members of the public may attend.
See the Neighbourhood Plan page of this website.
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.
Local Authority services during the Covid-19 crisis
Kettering Borough Council offices are currently closed and officers are working from home. However services are operating as near to normally as circumstances allow. Click here for a link to KBC's information page, which brings together information on how to contact them, details of affected council services, support for business, and how to volunteer.
The Village Hall - brief history here