Quinton Parish Council

Serving the people of Quinton

Clerk: Mr John Scott
2 Broadwater Lane, Towcester
Northampton, Northamptonshire
NN12 6YF

Tel: 07738 760618

  • Church

    St John the Baptist Church

  • Village Hall

    Village Hall for hire

  • Womens Institute Logo

    WI - Quinton

  • Village Green Play Area

    Village Green Play Area

  • Sunset over St John the Baptist Church

    Sunset over St John the Baptist Church

  • Aerial View of Quinton

    Aerial View of Quinton

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Latest News

New Parish Councillor

Quinton Parish Council is pleased to welcome Lesley Rooks on to the council. Councillor Rooks was unanimously voted on to the council at the meeting on 20 July 2021

Posted: Fri, 23 Jul 2021 11:15 by John Scott

Road Works - Road Closure

We have been advised that the roadworks will recommence on Washbrook Lane, they will begin on 3rd August and continue until 28th August. The location will be approximately 400m beyond the Courteenhall turning on Washbrook Lane to the A508. There will be road closures for the entire period, and We would advise that you avoid the area if possible.

The closures may also affect the bus services.

Posted: Wed, 21 Jul 2021 13:14 by John Scott

Community PLAYback Project

Community PLAYback Project – Mixing Matters – Community Street Play South Northants Youth Engagement (SNYE) have secured funding from the London Marathon Charitable Trust, via the Northamptonshire Community Foundation to deliver a Community Street Play project across the South Northants District This project will seek to offer 'Doorstep Opportunities' and bring Communities together to reclaim their Streets for Play, Activity and to improve Community Bonding Research shows that playing out on a street near their homes is vital to children's health and wellbeing. Play England research has found that 71% of adults played in the street or area near their home everyday when they were a child, only 21% of children do so today. More »

SNYE will deliver 10 events at various locations across the South Northants Council area and we are now looking for both locations in which to deliver the project and local Community Champions / Playmakers to maintain the project moving forward (Full Volunteer support will be offered) The events will be delivered in Spring 2021 If your Community / Location would like to host one of these events and continue the project moving forward please contact Martin Gillett, Project Manager martin.gillett@oxonplay.org.uk / 07436 270267 This project will be based on the Playing Out model delivered in Bristol, for further information please visit www.playingout.net » Less

Posted: Mon, 12 Jul 2021 13:07 by John Scott