Walgrave Parish Council

Serving the people of Walgrave

Home Field Oak Tree

Clerk: Lorna McGoldrick
144 Sywell Road, Overstone

  • Walgrave Village

    Walgrave Village

  • Home Field Oak Tree

    Home Field Oak Tree

  • Pocket Park

    Pocket Park

  • Royal Oak in full bloom

    Royal Oak in full bloom

  • Walgrave Landscape

    Walgrave Landscape

  • Pocket Park Wildlife

    Pocket Park Wildlife

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Latest News

Tree Felling Moulton Road

Due to ASH Dieback / dead Ash Tree bordering Moulton Road at Hospital Bungalows (42 - 48 Moulton Rd, 500 yards south of village) Tree Felling work is to occur 8 - 9th September. Traffic Controls will be in place during the work which is expected to take place outside of the 'Rush Hour' periods, due to presence of 'Cherry Picker' Moulton Road will be probably be reduced to a single lane at this point.

Posted: Thu, 02 Sep 2021 08:39 by Clerk

Northamptonshire Carers

Northamptonshire Carers is pleased to announce that the Drop-in sessions for unpaid Carers registered with the Saxon Spires & Long Buckby Surgeries are now able to meet once more 'face to face' in the surgeries. Sadly Carers have been disproportionally affected by COVID19 so these drop-ins are a vital lifeline for many and an opportunity to re-engage with other Carers, medical professionals and hear about the support we can offer. More »

Meeting the 1st Tuesday of each month, 1.30pm -3pm, held alternately at Brixworth and Guilsborough GP surgeries.

Brixworth GP Surgery 7th September and 2nd November 2021

Guilsborough GP Surgery 5th October and 7th December 2021 » Less

Posted: Wed, 01 Sep 2021 14:30 by Clerk

Overgrown Hedges, Shrubs and Trees

Following the Parish Council meeting, the Parish Council is asking all residents with hedges overhanging footpaths to please cut these back as we have received several complaints where residents are not able to use the footpaths, or there are dangerous branches overhanging. If this is not done soon, the council will be writing to individual residents to ask them to cut back the relevant hedge etc. Many Thanks

Posted: Mon, 02 Aug 2021 16:44 by Clerk