Parish Records day

This is a rare opportunity to view the parish registers, Warmington: A Record of the Village 2000, WW1 research and many other documents.

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Macmillan Coffee Morning 2019

This year's Macmillan Coffee Morning will be held on Friday September 27th between 10 am and 12 noon at 26 Church Street (Sheila Lacey's House) in Warmington.

We are hoping that the weather will be good enough to allow us to have a couple of gazebos on the front lawn with garden produce and bigger items so everyone can see what's on offer on the way in. Hopefully this year we will have a better harvest of fruit and veg after a bit more rain than last summer!

Dave Hales is again growing his giant pumpkin and is hoping to fatten it up a bit before the day!

I will, as usual, be selling honey and preserves plus we will have the 'Bring & Buy' , cakes, handcrafted cards and of course, the famous raffle.  Everyone is welcome to pop in during the morning, even if you can only spare a few minutes.  If you can't come but would like to donate something, please call in before the day. 

Everyone in the village is so good at supporting us each year so we look forward to seeing you all and we hope for a fine day, weather-wise. 

If you are new to the village, or have not been before, please just drop in, we will be very pleased to see you and make you most welcome.

Sheila Lacey

Warmington Parish Council is a statutory consultee in the application process for the "Elton2" quarry extension at the meadows to the north-west of Warmington Mill, where the Nene Way leads to Fotheringhay. 
You can view the parish council's response to the application via this link: PLANNING

The parish council will do what it can to reflect local public opinion, but plays no part in the decision-making process so it is really important that people submit their own responses to the application too.  The people making the decisions are county councillors based in Northampton who do not know our parish and will not know how people feel unless it's made clear in a forthright but polite way that evidences how the proposals do not comply with planning law.

Representations received from the general public after 12th June 2019 and before the applications are considered at the Development Control Committee meeting (most likely to be in September), will be taken into account.

You can look at the papers provided by the applicant here:

And look at the proper extraction planning application here: and also make your response via that second link.

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