West Northamptonshire Council is in the process of creating a new strategic plan to cover the period up to 2050. Please see the attached document below with all the details about how you can find out more and take part in the process. The document is also referenced on the News section of this website.
Emergency Defibrillator Training - The Parish is looking to organise some training in use of the defibrillator for Culworth residents who are willing to volunteer. Could you please indicate your interest should the Parish Council manage to find a trainer from South Central Ambulance Service. Would you be interested in learning not only how to use the defibrillator but how to deal with emergency medical situations? Please contact the Parish Clerk, Jose Rowling on firstname.lastname@example.org
Date and time yet to be decided.
HS2 Planning Application - please see the HS2 page for details of a planning notification relating to work around Trafford Bridge, Edgcote, and Aston-le-Walls
Covid Message from Northamptonshire Public Health - Please see the News page for a message on this important subject
Village Survey - The Parish Council would like to know your thoughts about Culworth, specifically relating to facilities, organisations, clubs, activities, groups, and opportunities for all ages. The following link gives more details and leads to an online survey where all villagers can share their views; we hope to compile the results very shortly and they will inform plans for the future as we all seek to move forward after the pandemic. Please do take part!
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 and helpful 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 as the lockdown is lifted, 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