Author Archive: Peter Rowbotham

Help plan the future of Brixworth – Be Involved in Brixworth’s Future Landscape!

Daventry District Council is consulting on the Emerging Draft Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2).

This is a District wide plan which impacts on Brixworth’s surrounding Special Landscape Area.

You can view the documents at https://www.daventrydc.gov.uk/living/planning-policy/part-2-local-plan/

Come along to the public exhibition at Brixworth Library on Thursday 7th December (2pm until 6pm) where the

Local Strategy Team will be available to answer any questions you may have about its impact on Brixworth.

The consultation runs until Friday 26 January 2018. Have your say on local issues!

Christmas has arrived in Brixworth!

That’s right Christmas has arrived! After the success of last year’s Christmas tree project and due to public demand, Brixworth Parish Council agreed to expand the project this year to include more businesses.

Special thanks to Troops who kindly donated the trees in Hunters Way. Thank you guys!

We hope you enjoy them as much this year as last. Happy Christmas from Brixworth Parish Council.

Parish Council Surgery

This Saturday (2nd December) sees our next Parish Council surgery take place at the Library & Community Centre.

Why not pop along and speak to our Parish Councillors about local issues? Councillor Jackie Bird and Councillor James Collyer will be hosting the Surgery from 10am until noon.

Next month’s Parish Council Surgery is planned for Saturday 6th January 2018.

Parish Council Surgery

This Saturday (4th November) sees our next Parish Council surgery take place at the Library & Community Centre. Why not pop along and speak to our Parish Councillors about local issues? Councillor Kevin Parker and Councillor Caitlin Braham-Nicoll will be hosting the Surgery from 10am until noon.
Next month’s Parish Council Surgery is planned for Saturday 2nd December.

X7 Bus Service Diversion – Road Closure from Monday 30th October.

The X7 service will be diverted for up to six weeks. The option of keeping one-way traffic controlled by lights would have increased the road works to up to 12 weeks.

Journeys towards Market Harborough and Leicester:

Services will be diverted into Brixworth via the A508 Harborough Road, Scaldwell Road, Harborough Road, Northampton Road where they will then turn around at Froxhill Crescent roundabout and resume their normal route.

Journeys towards Northampton and Milton Keynes:

Services will run as normal as far as Froxhill Crescent roundabout, where they will then turn and exit Brixworth via Northampton Road, Harborough Road, Scaldwell Road and onto the A508 Harborough Road where they will resume their normal route.

During these works, bus services will be unable to serve stops located on Northampton Road between Brixworth Cricket Club and Froxhill Crescent.