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Village Hall AGM, Tuesday 28th November - The AGM will take place at the Village Hall, beginning at 7pm. All are welcome.  Please contact Julie Tinn or Sarah Powell for more information.

Film Night, Saturday 8th December - The next Film Night at the Village Hall will be showing "A Haunting in Venice", a Hercule Poirot mystery starring Kenneth Branagh.  Doors open at 6.30, and tickets are £15 to include a Red Lion meal, or £7.50 meal only.  As ever, see the Village Hall section of the website for more details, or contact Julie Tinn.

St Mary's Church Services - Please see the church section of the website for details of the new pattern of services in Culworth following the induction of Revd Canon Karen Jongman. Contact 07980 881252 or

Closure of Sulgrave Road for HS2 Works - Sulgrave Road, past the Magpie junction towards Welsh Lane near the Marston and Greatworth turns, has been closed from 31 July in order to create a junction with the new temporary Greatworth T road.  There will also be temporary traffic lights on Welsh Lane to construct the junction for the Greatworth T.  The new Greatworth T road will then open (sometime in November) between Magpie and Helmdon Road Greatworth, and the bypassed Sulgrave Road will be closed for 18-24 months while the Greatworth Green Tunnel is constructed in that area.  For more information visit

Culworth Church Library - Please take the opportunity to visit the Culworth Church Library, which has had a recent makeover.  The shelves are well stocked with popular fiction, and there is a new addition of fiction for children and teens, plus a small selection of jigsaws.  All books are available to borrow. 


Welcome to Culworth Parish Council's website.  Our aim is to give you easy access to information relating to both the Parish Council and the village itself.  

The Council is currently made up of seven elected members from across our community. The Councillors bring a wide range of outside experience to their work and are ably supported by our very proficient Parish Clerk. 

We represent a lively community fortunate enough to live in a beautiful part of Northamptonshire. Culworth is a thriving village with a primary school, popular pub, a butcher, and coffee shop. A number of our local clubs and organisations have suffered during the pandemic and we hope to support their revival, and inspire the development of other clubs and activities so that there is plenty to do and enjoy for everyone.

The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin serves the community as part of a group of parishes which also includes Chipping Warden, Edgcote, and Moreton Pinkney.

We hope you will enjoy exploring our website and find what you are looking for. If you don’t please tell us – the site is here to help you.

Councillor Andrew Wilby