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
Annual Meeting of Parish
The reports from the village organisations, that were presented at the meeting on 21 March 2017, may now be read on this website. Click here
It is intended to hold the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Parish on the afternoon of Sunday 18 March 2018.
Parish Council Meeting 16 January 2018 at 7.30 pm
Please note additions to agenda - late received planning applications.
Flood risk presentation
Before the PC meeting, from 5.30 to 7.00 pm on 16 January 2018, in the Village Hall, the NCC Emergency Planning Team will hold a drop-in presentation of their survey of waterways and flood areas in Braybrooke, with assessment of flood risks and recommendations for maintenance. This will contain important information to anyone who lives near a stream or flood risk area in Braybrooke.
Trading Standards Newsletter
As it reaches us we will make the latest Trading Standards Newsletter from NCC available on this link, for future reference.
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