The next Meeting of Stoke Bruerne Parish Council will be held on the 15 June 2021 at 7:30pm
If you require any information on either meetings please contact the clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Agendas are available here and the Noticeboards
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Please see below the notice of an Uncontested Election for Stoke Bruerne Parish Council. The Election for Unitary Council of West Northamptonshire, along with Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner will take place on the 6 May 2021. Details on candidates and voting can be found below:
Coronavirus Update - 17 May 2021
Stoke Bruerne like the rest of England is currently following the Government Guidance as the current Lockdown measures ease. Please follow the link for guidance on the current regulations for England
If any member of the Parish is in need of any assistance during this period please do contact Bobs the Parish Clerk at email@example.com.
Stoke Bruerne Parish Council Meeting Dates 2021/22
15 June 2021 - 7:30pm
27 July 2021 - 7:30pm
7 September 2021 - 7:30pm
19 October 2021 - 7:30pm
30 November 2021 - 7:30pm
11 January 2022 - 7:30pm
22 February 2022 - 7:30pm
5 April 2022 - 7:30pm
Speed Indicator Device
The Speed Indicator device data has been assessed by the Parish Council and below are the results. If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Number of Vehicles
% above speed limit
% above ACPO limit
85th Centile Speed
VAS in situ
With the unprecendented situation the world is currently facing, the Parish Council will continue to update its website to try an provide assistance to volunteer groups or organisations which can help the most vulnerable in the Parish. Most of all residents must continue to follow the advice provide by the UK Government on Self-Isolating and Social Distancing.
The David Blagrove Trust - Contact the David Blagrove Trust if you are a vulnerable resident in need of assistance.
Since the closure of Pubs and restaurants many are now offering a take away / delivery service:
The Boat Inn - 01604 862428
We have also added a link to the Governments webpage on Covid-19 if you are unsure of any of the information given.
Stoke Bruerne Village Design Statement
We are delighted to be able to confirm that the village Design Statement has now been adopted by SNC - many congratulations to the committee who worked very hard on behalf of us all.
Village design statements are a form of planning guidance used to inform the design of new development ensuring that it is in keeping with existing local character and distinctiveness. The Village Design Statement for Stoke Bruerne can be found here
The Parish Council is eager to gauge support for the installation of speed cushions outside the primary school. If you do support this proposal please complete the template letter attached and return to the Clerk
Posted: Wed, 13 Mar 2019 16:23 by Bobs Damerell
The Parish Council is still in discussion with NCC Highways as to what can be realistically achieved to slow traffic down through the Village and particularly in the 20-mph zone outside the School. In order to make sure that NCC Highways fully understand how serious this matter is and to try and get traffic calmed before a serious accident occurs residents are being asked to lodge requests for speed calming on the Northamptonshire County Council Street Doctor website. Just follow this link and select "request for traffic calming" from the dropdown menu. You will then be guided through the process which only takes a minute or so.
Posted: Wed, 28 Nov 2018 11:15 by Bobs Damerell
Speeding and volume of traffic is a big problem in Stoke Bruerne and the Parish Council has been putting a great deal of pressure on NCC Highways to try and get more traffic calming measures put in place. At the moment the Safer Roads Team at Northamptonshire Police have no incidents reported from Stoke Bruerne. Please report all incidents however small (clipped wing mirror, small coming together) to the Police by using the online form: https://www.northants.police.uk/webform/report-crime or telephoning 101. By reporting small incidents and getting action we can hopefully prevent a much more serious incident.
Posted: Wed, 14 Nov 2018 12:35 by Bobs Damerell