Warmington has three levels of elected representation. These are as follows:
- Warmington Parish Council (a civic parish is a constitutional area, nothing to do with the church)
The first tier of local government, closest to the people of the parish. Responsible for allotments, cemetery, churchyard maintenance, pocket parks, recreation ground, street-lighting, verge cutting (under contract from highways authority), benches, bus stops, most hedge works, local flood resilience, Warmington Neighbourhood Plan and statutory consulted on planning applications. It organises village celebrations, such as the 2022 Jubilee, litter picks and other events.
- North Northamptonshire Council
Responsible for services including education, social services, transport, roads and libraries, planning, council housing, and rubbish collection.
- National Government at Westminster
Responsible for making laws and scrutinising all UK government activity.
Parish Council: HERE More information about Warmington Parish Councillors
North Northamptonshire County Council: https://www.northnorthants.gov.uk/ - Warmington is in the Thrapston Ward and represented by
Wendy Brackenbury: https://northnorthants.moderngov.co.uk/mgUserInfo.aspx?UID=341
National Government (Westminster Parliament) - Warmington is in the Parliamentary Constituency of Corby and represented by Tom Pursglove.