Aston le Walls Parish Council

Serving the people of Aston le Walls

Clerk: Mrs. Gillian Taylor
Timbercroft, Welsh Road
Aston le Walls, Daventry
Northamptonshire NN11 6UD

Tel: 01295 660363

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Latest News

Welsh Road, Aston le Walls - Road Closure

Welsh Road, Aston le Walls - Road Closure

Fri, 14 Sep 2018 09:55 by Dick Stephen

Dear All,

Northamptonshire Highways are requiring to carry out repairs to the bridge on Welsh Road in Aston le Walls. To undertake this work will require that the road is closed for one day between 9am and 3pm and is expected to take place on the 17th September 2108.

A plan showing the closure and diversion can be viewed here

If you require more information about the works please contact Jamie Collins on 01604 883400. More »


Gary Thorp

Regulations Team Leader

Northamptonshire Highways

Highways Depot, Harborough Road, Brixworth, Northamptonshire, NN6 9BX

Tel: 01604 651072

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Annual update on voter registration underway

Annual update on voter registration underway

Fri, 07 Sep 2018 19:08 by Mark Hazelton

Those expecting to be able to vote in planned or unplanned elections are being urged to respond to forms being sent to households in South Northamptonshire.

Every year the annual Electoral Canvass starts with a Household Enquiry Form (HEF). This is to confirm which people in the household are eligible to vote.

All eligible voters must respond to this form and they can do so quickly and easily online. More »

Yvonne Rees, Electoral Registration Officer for South Northamptonshire, said: "The world around us is rapidly changing and for most people the only way to make a difference to the way it changes is at the ballot box.

"Legislation dictates some measures I must take to ensure everyone who is eligible to vote is registered, but people will notice some differences this year intended to make the process more efficient.

"For example legislation requires the Electoral Registration Officers to send voter registration forms with prepaid envelopes so it doesn't cost anyone to register.

"However prepaid envelopes only cost money if they are used and voters are being urged to recycle the envelope and register online.

"And when we send out canvassers to knock on the doors of those who have not responded, they will be equipped with tablet computers rather than having to process paper forms.

"If you do not reply we have to send reminders which cost a significant amount of tax payer's money.

"It is important to note that completion of the HEF does not mean someone is registered to vote.

Anyone who has moved, turned 18, married or changed their name for any other reason must respond personally to the HEF and they will then be sent an Invitation to Register to vote.

Anyone finding that information on the HEF is correct can confirm this quickly and easily by: calling 0800 197 9871, texting security codes printed on their form to 80212, or inputting the codes online at

Those needing to amend the information held about them can do so via » Less

Report on future of Northamptonshire councils published Friday, 17 August 2018

Report on future of Northamptonshire councils published Friday, 17 August 2018

Sun, 26 Aug 2018 18:00 by Mark Hazelton

The proposed local government reform submission papers will be available on Northamptonshire councils' websites from 3pm on Friday, 17 August 2018.

In South Northants, councillors will meet on 30th August.

Details of the meeting can be found [HERE] where those papers will be available from Friday 17th at approximately 3pm. A response to the Secretary of State's invitation to "submit proposals on restructuring local government" has been drafted by all eight authorities in Northamptonshire. Ahead of meetings taking place across the county week commencing 27 August, a proposed submission, consultation results and the Price Waterhouse Cooper report will be available online this Friday. More »

Following a county-wide consultation exercise, a proposed submission has been drafted by all eight authorities in Northamptonshire.

This will be discussed by councillors at meetings across the county week commencing 27 August.

In South Northants, councillors will meet on 30th August. All eight authorities in Northamptonshire have been invited by the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government to submit a proposal that meets the following criteria:

  • A single county-wide unitary is explicitly excluded as an option
  • Each new proposed authority must have a population substantially in excess of 300,000
  • The proposal must be based on existing council boundaries

In addition to the criteria set out by the Secretary of State, Government has stated:

  • Only one proposal will be accepted, not a range of options
  • It must demonstrate clear potential for savings
  • It must command a good deal of local support
  • Due consideration should be given to recommendations in the Best Value Report
  • Any solution should prioritise the Government's wider housing and growth agenda
  • Extensive consultation must be carried out

If two or more councils decide to submit the proposal, it will be sent to the government on 31 August, signed by those who have decided to do so. » Less