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Brackley Town Council

Telephone: 01280 702441

Town Hall Tower

Clerk: Mrs. Linda Carter
The Town Hall, Market Place
Brackley, Northamptonshire
NN13 7AB

Tel: 01280 702441

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  • Image: Banbury Road and beyond

    Banbury Road and beyond

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    Old Fire Station Drying Tower

    The drying tower in the old Fire Station gets a new roof.

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Latest News

New Roof on old the Fire Station

New Roof on old the Fire Station

Mon, 08 Feb 2016 11:38 by Linda Carter

Work is progressing on the refurbishment project for the old Fire Station with the roofing slates being relaid after a waterproof membrane has been added. Work is on target to be completed in May and the Council is in the process of appointing agents to find someone to take on the cafe lease.

Work starts on the old Fire Station

Work starts on the old Fire Station

Tue, 22 Dec 2015 12:03 by Linda Carter

The builders will be moving in to the old Fire Station on the High Street on 4th January to begin the refurbishment work. Art Contracts Ltd of Banbury will be busy converting the building into a community room, public toilets for the park and a cafe. The work will be finished in time for the summer events in Brackley Park.

Town Council achieves Quality Award

Town Council achieves Quality Award

Fri, 11 Dec 2015 15:23 by Linda Carter

Brackley Town Council has just been approved as a Quality Council under the new Local Council Awards Scheme.

The national scheme offers councils the opportunity to show that they meet the standards set by the sector, assessed by their peers, and to put in place the conditions for continued improvement. It sets out the criteria to be met, at each level, covering selected aspects of the council's work More »

In meeting the standard for Quality Award the council must demonstrate that it achieves good practice in governance, community engagement and council improvement and to achieve an award at any level, councils must use an online facility for publishing documents and information.

In reaching its decision the accreditation panel 'noted the considerable amount of work going on within the council at present, not least the refurbishment of the Town Hall, and commended the Council on proceeding with their LCAS application at this time'.

Brackley Town Mayor, Cllr Jim Broomfield, was delighted with the achievement and congratulated the staff for their hard work in ensuring that the Council met all the necessary criteria before submitting the application. » Less