Mawsley Parish Council

Serving the people of Mawsley

Clerk: Ms Fiona Young
32 Holdenby Road, Spratton
Northamptonshire NN6 8JD

  • Mawsley Village Entrance

    Mawsley Village Entrance

    The Mawsley Stone

  • Rural road in Mawsley
  • The Centre at Mawsley

    The Centre at Mawsley

    The village community centre

  • Mawsley Village Pond

    Mawsley Village Pond

    The pond decking area.

Welcome to the website of Mawsley Parish Council. Here you will find information on the parish council and on some of the local services we provide, you will also find information about Mawsley village itself and links to services provided by Kettering Borough Council and Northants County Council. For a short history of the village please click here.

Allotments

The parish council are currently working towards providing the parish with some allotments, please follow this link for more information which is updated regularly.

If you cannot find what you are looking for or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us

Our parish clerk, Fiona, is available on the contact details above, please note that our mobile phone is monitored between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday but as our Clerk works part time there is an answerphone available outside her usual working hours.

Latest News

Northants Neighbour Alert

Darker Nights

To All Neighbourhood Watch and Alert Members

Please see the following

If its a crime in progress call 999

if its not 101 ir report online Home | Northamptonshire Police (northants.police.uk)

or use the QR code from you mobile or tablet to go to the Northants Police Web Site

| Message Sent By
Alan Earle
(Northants NW, Chair, Northamptonshire)

Posted: Mon, 18 Oct 2021 11:31 by Fiona Young

Latest meeting agenda now available!

The next parish council meeting in Mawsley is on Monday 18th October, starting at 7pm at Tcam.

Members of the public are welcome to attend subject to the room capacity, please do not attend if you have any covid symptoms.

Please click on the link below for the meeting agenda.

Posted: Wed, 13 Oct 2021 09:08 by Fiona Young

Darker nights advice from Northants Police

Crime prevention advice for darker nights

As the nights draw in and winter approaches, Police would like to remind the public that burglars love it when the clocks go back and to encourage them to make their homes as hard a target as possible to hit.

With many people looking forward to the extra hour in bed on Sunday 31 October 2021, burglars are looking forward to the cover of darkness winter brings, as this darkness helps them to commit their crimes. More »

We are asking for you to continue to be vigilant and to keep remembering to follow all steps when it comes to Crime Prevention.

Have a look at our crime prevention advice below if you are unsure about any key steps.

At home

• Keep front and back doors locked at all times and keep keys and valuables out of sight and reach from cat flaps, letterboxes and downstairs doors and windows

• Close, and ideally lock, all windows when you're not in the room – approximately one in four burglaries in the county still happen because doors have been left unlocked or windows left open

• If it's dark before you get home, use timer switches to turn on the lights – change the times that the lights come on, to create the illusion that someone is moving around inside the house. Plug-in dusk-to-dawn lights are also popular

• Make sure your door is well lit and fully visible from the street – dusk-to-dawn lamp adaptors are available from DIY stores

• Check existing lighting is in good working order and replace any faulty equipment – remember to check batteries in torches and smoke alarms

• Keep shrubbery and hedges at the front of the house pruned to below one metre – remove any cover for a burglar to work unseen and give your neighbours every chance to spot something suspicious

• Keep curtains closed at night – if you are away, ask a trusted neighbour to close them for you, and open them again in the morning

• On cold mornings, never leave your car unattended with the engine running to defrost the windows

• Assess your property's perimeter and check it is secure. Cut back overgrown hedges and repair broken fences and gates

• Secure sheds and outbuildings with good padlocks and consider fitting alarms. Lock all tools and ladders away securely

When out and about

• When out in your car, look out for Park Mark accredited car parks and remove all items from your vehicle when you leave it

• Don't leave your keys in the ignitions, even when filling up with fuel or popping into the shop

• De-clutter your handbag – take out only what you need and avoid carrying large amounts of cash

• When you're out shopping, keep all bags firmly closed and on your person at all times

• Carry wallets and phones in inside pockets of jackets or coats, not in the back pocket of trousers

• When using your credit or debit card, shield your PIN and take the time to make sure you safely put away your purse or wallet

• Never leave your bag unattended on the back of trolleys or pushchairs

• Don't be tempted to return to your car and drop off your shopping bags – keep them with you or take them home

• If you see anything suspicious, or have an information about crime or criminals, call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 55511

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Posted: Tue, 05 Oct 2021 15:52 by Fiona Young