Mawsley Parish Council

Serving the people of Mawsley

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

Tel: 07746138218

  • 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.

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. Our parish mobile number is 07746138218.


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

Latest News

Callers urged to go online - Northants Police

Callers urged to go online or use call back option following surge in calls to control room

Northamptonshire Police are reminding the public of online services or call back options for non-emergencies to help the control room prioritise emergency calls

In a bid to manage calls and expectations, the force is reminding the public of the various options available to them that can both help the force deal with emergencies while providing the public better options for assistance. More »

Superintendent Emily Vernon, who heads the control room, said: "Every year, we take hundreds of thousands of calls into the control room. Not all of these are emergencies and not all of these require an immediate police response.

"Inevitably what happens is that the queue builds up because everyone is trying to call one central call centre. This can lead to long wait times. We want to better inform people of the options available to them if it's not an emergency.

"For non-emergencies, a range of things can be reported online at your convenience at From road traffic collisions, fraud and anti-social behaviour. Alternatively, you can select a call back option to allow one of our trained staff to call you back at a more convenient time. Using these options doesn't mean you get a lesser service. It just allows us to manage calls and deal with the public in a different way.

"Of course, for real emergencies, we would expect you to call 999 or 101 when required."

An infographic has been produced explaining the process calls go through, how they are prioritised according to the level of threat, harm and risk, and the time people can expect to wait for a call to be answered. The aim is to help people better understand the process and make the right decision on how to seek help.

In the past year (April 2020 to April 2021) the force received 314,136 calls to the control room, averaging 861 calls a day. On average 298 of those calls were made to 999. By comparison only 168 crimes were recorded per day meaning under 20 per cent of calls in the past year were crimes.

24 per cent of calls in the past year related to 'public safety and welfare – calls such as missing people or weather-related incidents. 942 calls related to noise, 140 hoax calls, 21,736 transport related calls and 1112 civil disputes.

With increasing numbers of people going online for things like mobile banking, the force hopes to raise awareness of how the public can help reduce wait times by going digital, and thereby free up 999 and 101 for people who really need to speak to the police.

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Posted: Mon, 22 Nov 2021 11:40 by Fiona Young

Next council meeting agenda now available!

The next meeting of Mawsley Parish Council is on Monday November 15th at 7.00pm, the meeting takes place at TCAM.

Posted: Wed, 10 Nov 2021 09:16 by Fiona Young

Consultation on admission arrangements for North Northamptonshireschools for the 2023-2024 academic year

North Northamptonshire Council's School Admissions Team is co-ordinating a formal consultation on the admissions arrangements which will apply for mainstream schools within the county for the September 2023 intakes (Primary, Junior and Secondary). This consultation period allows parents, schools, religious authorities and the local community to comment on proposed admission arrangements.

North Northamptonshire Council is consulting on the admission arrangements for Community and Voluntary Controlled schools for the 2023-2024 academic year. More »

CONSULTATION will take place between 8 November 2021 and 19 December 2021.

DETERMINATION of school admission arrangements by admission authorities must be completed by 28 February 2022.

PUBLICATION of admission policies should happen as soon as possible after 28 February and must be completed by 15 March 2022 (published on schools' websites and copies to LA)

To view the consultation, please visit School admissions | North Northamptonshire Council (

If you would like to respond to this consultation, then please email School Admissions Consultation at:

Alternatively, please put your response in writing to:

Jan Baines

School Admissions Manager

North Northamptonshire Council

c/o One Angel Square

Angel Street


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Posted: Mon, 08 Nov 2021 11:06 by Fiona Young