The path closure has been extended until 25th May, but we hope to finish before this and re-open the path  
The whole route has been cleared, levelled and a base layer put down.  The verges are being prepared and then a loose top surface laid and compacted allowing this part of the East Northants Greenway accessible to all.
The parish council is undertaking bridleway works, starting next week, on the way called PD1 which runs from north of the A605 underpass to Elton, alongside the by-pass and then next to the polytunnels.
There is no official alternative route designated by the highway authority, but the map below shows walking and riding routes to Elton.
These works are part of a £70,000 project, mostly grant-funded, project to complete the northern part of the Wellingborough to Peterborough Greenway scheme through the parish of Warmington.
Greenway alternate routes
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VILLAGE CLEAN UP 0 : BAD WEATHER 1
FUN RACES 0 : BAD WEATHER 1
Due to the types of activities involved in litter picking and pancake racing, the parish council has decided that for the safety of all involved, the event planned for this Saturday is postponed until some time in March - WATCH THIS SPACE!!
This gives us time to think of perhaps another activity too.......  Eggciting perhaps!


Can Warmington win the Litter Heroes Awards for the second year in a row? 
We can have a jolly good try - come and join in at the combined Warmington Village Litter Pick and Pancake Race on Saturday 29th February 2020. The money won last year went to fund the new BBQ area at the Recreation Ground - what can we do this year?

The Litter Pick will begin at the FunField at 2pm and the Pancake Races begin at 3.30pm.

There will be a £1 registration fee for the Pancake Race, (forms and collection box will be available from the Village Store from 8th February or alternatively download from the link below), entrants will be expected to bring their own frying pans but the pancakes will be supplied. This year we are spicing things up a little, no we are not adding cinnamon to the pancakes but we are introducing TEAM RACES! Join together with your neighbours, your family or your friends to compete to be the Warmington Winners.

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Parish Council Surgeries

On the first Saturday of each month, the parish council will be holding a drop in session at Glebe Stores on Hautboy Lane for anyone to raise any point with the council.

Have you got a great idea for a community event?  A brilliant scheme in mind to help overcome rural isolation and loneliness?  Have you heard of something that happens in other communities that you've theough "We could do that in Warmington?"  COME ALONG AND LET US KNOW ALL ABOUT IT!

You may have something you wish the council to consider.... Funding for your community event, a new streetlight. a waste bin somewhere it's not considered, ways to let everyone know what's going on.

You may have a question about something the parish council cannot directly help with, but will almost certainly be able to help you find the person who can help.

Perhaps you are interested in joining the parish council to help make a difference to Warmington, or to join one of the committees of non-councillors who help the council in its decision making.