Welcome to the website of Spratton Parish Council.

This website is managed by the Parish Council for the benefit of the residents of the village of Spratton in Northamptonshire.

Here you will find details of the responsibilities and workings of the Parish Council, as well as local events in the village. Please contact us to give your news and views on any matters you wish.

Explore the menu above to see what's being discussed and agreed.

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  • SPRATTON VILLAGE CLEAN UP - Please come and join in with the Annual Village Clean up, meeting at Cafe Doris, St Andrews Chruch Sunday 18th March 2018 10am - ALL WELCOME!!
  • Have your say on Phase 2 of the County Council’s budget proposals, the proposed level of Council Tax for 2018/19 and the draft Council Plan-Phase 2 of the consultation is now live. This includes consultation on the level of Council Tax NCC propose to set for 2018/19 and more savings and income generation proposals (adding up to a value of £24.7m) on how they will manage next year’s budget. It also includes the draft Council Plan 2018-19 to 2019-20, which sets out their vision for how they will deliver services and be financially sustainable.

Your feedback on this consultation is really important and all consultation feedback from both phases will be analysed and considered, and will help Councillors make a final decision on the Budget at the Full Council meeting on 22nd February 2018.  This meeting is held in public and anyone wishing to speak at the meeting must contact Customer Services on T: 0300 126 1000.

The consultation on Phase 2 of the budget proposals covered by this survey will start on 20th December 2017 and end on 30th January 2018. 

How to give your views

NCC want to hear your views about the proposals. Please read the related documents to gain a better understanding of the budget proposals before you comment on them. The Phase 2 Budget Proposals are listed on the Draft Budget webpage, and Equality Impact Assessments (EqIAs) have been prepared for those budget proposals that may have an impact on service users and/or the wider community.

Please visit http://www3.northamptonshire.gov.uk/pages/default.aspx for all of the different ways you can give your feedback to these proposals, including their online questionnaire and details of their public events.

This consultation closes on 30th January 2018.




  • Give your views on plans for the future of Daventry District - People living and working in Daventry District are being encouraged to get involved in an important planning consultation on the future of the area. Over the next nine weeks, Daventry District Council (DDC) is urging people to give their views on the emerging draft Settlements and Countryside Local Plan. This is a significant planning policy document, containing detailed guidance that would help shape local decision-making on future planning issues.

In particular, the draft Plan identifies four sites in Daventry for building about 1,200 extra new homes over  the next 12 years to meet the town’s housing needs:

800 homes in South West Daventry on land opposite the Grange estate, along the A45 between the A361 and A425.

Extending Micklewell Park by 180 homes.

An additional 100 homes on land at Middlemore, Daventry.

120 homes in Daventry as part of the proposed WaterSpace and retail developments at Eastern Way.

The document also sets out proposals to create ‘green wedges’ on the town’s surrounding areas to protect the nearby villages of Welton, Staverton, Braunston and Norton.

Other features of the Draft Plan include:

A ‘hierarchy’ for the future development of villages and hamlets in Daventry District. This determines where future development would be both prioritised and restricted.

A new Parish Annex policy to protect a number of important local green spaces suggested by parish councils.

Creating up to 25 additional hectares of employment land in Daventry, including extending Heartlands and Apex business parks and a further site – Daventry South East Gateway. There is a particular focus on buildings for smaller businesses the area needs to thrive.

An update on the needs of Gypsies, Travellers and Travelling Showpeople, setting out the number of plots and pitches required over the next 12 years to meet the standards set by Government.

Proposals to protect the District’s distinctive landscapes, biodiversity and history, as well as leisure facilities and green spaces.

The consultation starts today (Monday, 27 November) and runs until Friday, 26 January 2018. Residents are encouraged to attend a series of public exhibitions to find out more about the Draft plan. These will be held at Weedon, Naseby, Moulton, Daventry, Welford, Crick, Long Buckby, Woodford Halse and Brixworth over the next two weeks.

Following the consultation, DDC will then consider the responses received. They will be taken into account in preparing the proposed submission version of the Plan which will be consulted on in summer 2018, followed by an examination of the Plan by an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State.  Adoption is anticipated to take place in summer 2019.

Councillor Alan Chantler, Daventry District Council’s Strategic Planning Portfolio Holder said: “This draft Local Plan will play an important role in the future development of our District and the whole community has a real opportunity to help shape the document by joining in this consultation.

“We are grateful to everyone who gave their views and comments during the Issues and Options consultation in early 2016. All this feedback has been taken into account in preparing this draft Plan.

“I would encourage as many residents and businesses as possible to look through the document and give their views, or come along to one of the public exhibitions to find out more.”

How to take part in the consultation

The consultation on the Emerging Draft Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) takes place between 27 November 2017 and 26 January 2018.

View the Draft Plan, consultation documents and all supporting background information at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/localplan or at the Daventry District Council Offices in Lodge Road, Daventry or at local libraries.

Complete the comments form online at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/localplan. Parish councils are also welcome to nominate Local Green Spaces using a specific form available on the website.

Hard copies are available upon request from the Local Strategy Service – email planningpolicy@daventrydc.gov.uk or call 01327 302559. Hard copies can be returned to by post to Local Strategy Service, Daventry District Council, Lodge Road, Daventry, NN11 4FP or to the above email address.

  • Changes to local buses. Some changes which will be taking place to Centrebus service 60 with effect from Monday 4th September. This follows a tendering process and are intended to make positive changes to service to allow more residents to access journeys, with a greater choice of destinations, and the build passenger usage to help this service in future. Click here to view a document outlining a summary and a village-by-village breakdown of what is changing. Timetable leaflets are currently being printed.


  • Spratton Youth Club is Closing - Please click here for more information and ways in which YOU could help!

    • The Chairman of the Parish Council is Cllr John Hunt. 

    • The Parish Clerk/RFO is Mrs Emma Gibson.

    • Tel No: 07715 651904.                 

    • Email: clerk@sprattonpc.org.uk

    General Notices

    • Highways Issues eg Potholes.  Please report online at streetdoctor
    • Street lighting Issues. Please report to Parish Clerk on the e-mail or telephone details above.
Pictures of Spratton
Pictures of Spratton
The tri-plane at the Spratton event on 26 April 2015

Contact:  Mrs Emma Gibson - Parish Clerk/RFO

Email: clerk@sprattonpc.org.uk


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