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Drop-in, HS2
If you have concerns in terms of the impact on Culworth and/or surrounding villages, now is the time to ask the people who know. Attend the drop-in and have an opportunity to ask all your questions in relation to HS2
draft poster HS2 26th February 2019(3) ([...]
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Get involved, an opportunity to keep fit, see the countryside and make new friends
Go Ride, bicycle ride for all Tuesday 16 February, 2-4pm check out the poster with all the information you need
Go-Ride Culworth[2678].docx
Microsoft Word document [1.9 MB]
Consulation Notes to the Hill Field Trust review
A summary of the consultation process and the overriding concerns, issues, questions raised within the consultation response
Culworth Consulation Notes Review 3 Feb [...]
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Culworth Hill Field Trust Update
Culworth Hill Field Trust Update newslet[...]
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Volunteering Opportunities for all
Have some spare time, want to meet new people and share your skills if so then take a look at volunteering opportunities near you
Volunteering poster 2019[2644].pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [607.5 KB]
Childrens Tennis Opportunities Near You
Childrens Tennis Opportunities.odt
Open Office Writer [5.6 KB]
Culworth Hill Field Trust Public Meeting
Notice to residents- public meeting Janu[...]
Microsoft Word document [13.0 KB]
HS2 Open Meeting
Want to know how our village will be affected by HS2, come to a meeting at the Forge Coffee, 12th December 2018 9.30am - 4pm.
draft poster HS2 Nov 2018 amended(1)[246[...]
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Village Defribillator

Culworth Primary Academy and the CPSA with the Parish Council have provided a defibrillator for use of residents in  the village.
The defibrillator is located along the schoolpath  opposite the Burial Ground on the wall. There is a light above it.
Please read the leaflet below. ALWAYS dial 999 first.
Public Access Defibrillator handout v2.p[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [174.9 KB]
Culworth Directory 2016-7 (2).pdf
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An adoptive parent has talked about the joy of becoming a mother as Northamptonshire County Council launches an appeal to find more adopters.  Jane says adopting her two children is the best thing she’s ever done.

She said: “The joys far outweigh the challenges of being a parent. I can’t even remember was life was like before I had my two boys.”

Jane adopted the brothers two years ago as a single parent through Northamptonshire County Council.

She said: “I had been thinking about adopting since I was in my early 20s. For me, it was never about what I could get from being a mum, it was about what I had to offer.

“I assumed that being a single person would be an issue but I was pleased that the county council was really supportive and really positive about what I could bring.

“There have been challenges along the way, but becoming a family has been a wonderful experience and I have no regrets. I cannot explain the difference becoming a mother has made to my life.”

Northamptonshire County Council has approved 57 adopters since last April and placed 73 children for adoption. The time it takes for a new adopter to be approved is now just six months on average.

There is currently a need to find adoptive parents for children aged two and upwards, sibling groups, different ethnic groups and children with complex health needs.

Cllr Matthew Golby, county council cabinet member for families and learning, said: “Adopting a child is not a decision to be taken lightly, but our adopters tell us it is the most rewarding thing they have ever done.

“With an increasing number of looked after children in Northamptonshire, we are constantly looking for people to come forward and offer a stable, loving home to a child or young person. As Jane’s story shows, you don’t have to be married and there is no upper age limit.

“I would encourage anyone who is thinking about adoption to contact our team to find out more.”

The council is also looking to find new carers for its fostering for adoption programme, where a child is placed with adopters who are temporarily approved as the child’s foster carers whilst the court process is still going on.

More information about adoption including details of information events can be found at Here people can find out more about the process, read stories from our adopters and make an enquiry online.

Have your voice heard 
Are you…

  • Living or working in Daventry or South Northamptonshire?
  • Actively involved in your community?
  • Interested in what the police are doing in Daventry and South Northamptonshire?
  • Able to offer advice to the police and the Police and Crime Commissioner about issues affecting the community you represent or work in?

….Then we want to hear from you.

Become an Independent Advisory Group member for Daventry and South Northamptonshire. 
You will be reimbursed £15 per meeting.
Please find details about how to apply here!/Volunteer/24184

Culworth Churchyard Needs Volunteers

Volunteers needed more than ever! Could anyone spare a couple of hours approximately twice a month to help mow the Churchyard during the growing season? We already have one volunteer but another pair of hands would be very helpful. If you are interested please ring Martin on 01295 760571 for instructions.

Wheelie bin cleaner


Gary Jefford 07749692982. Will be in village on Fridays should anyone want them to clean their bins. Please ring him on his mobile. Simon and Petrina Martin recommend him. 


Available now. Sensible rates.

Resident of Culworth.

Has own transport.


Please contact for FREE QUOTATION


GARRY : 07920-289728

Blue Badges & Bus Passes

 Northamptonshire County Council are currently running two campaigns to promote services that can now be done online.


The first is Blue Badge applications and renewals.  By using the online system

It is:

• Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

You can:

• Find out if you are eligible

• You can save the form and go back to it at any point

• It will take just 15 minutes to complete the form


• Assessment should be processed within 6 weeks


The second is Bus Pass application and renewal.  By using the online system

It is:

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Simple and straightforward to use

You can:

• Find out if you are eligible

You can save the form and go back to it at any point


• Your new bus pass should arrive within 10 working days


Poster and Agenda combined October[1845][...]
Adobe Acrobat document [3.5 MB]
Help Make Your Community Safer
Volunteers leaflet.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.3 MB]
Garden Tour and cream teas
Garden Tour and cream teas[1718].pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [74.6 KB]
Connecting Carers
connecting carers.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [285.0 KB]
Good Neighbour Scheme, Free Workshop
Moulton GNS Success Measurements case st[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [363.4 KB]
Steven Mead Concert
PRESS RELEASE - Steven Mead Concert[1847[...]
Microsoft Word document [14.3 KB]
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