Brackley Town Council

Telephone: 01280 702441

Town Hall Tower

Clerk: Alison Moses
20 High Street, Brackley
Northamptonshire NN13 7DS

  • Brackley Town Hall

    Brackley Town Hall

  • Egerton Hall

    Egerton Hall

  • St. Peter's Church
  • Picnic Area at St James Lake

    Picnic Area at St James Lake

  • The Old Fire Station

    The Old Fire Station

Latest News

Road Closure - Radstone Road 27 & 28 Oct 9.30am-3.30pm

Road Closure - Radstone Road 27 & 28 Oct 9.30am-3.30pm

Posted: Tue, 26 Oct 2021 14:08 by Kathy Hale

Notification of Road Closure

The Radstone Road will be closed on 27 & 28 October 2021 from 9.30am to 3.30pm.

Please click on the link below for further information.

Buy your Christmas lantern pack and decorate at home!

Buy your Christmas lantern pack and decorate at home!

Posted: Mon, 25 Oct 2021 15:26 by Georgia Connor

If you and your children are unable to visit a Christmas Lantern Workshop this year, do not panic. We are selling the lantern packs for parents to purchase and collect from the Brackley Town Council office so you can decorate at home instead. More »

Each pack costs £2.50 and includes a lantern, light and cane. The pack will also include instructions on where to meet ahead of the Christmas Light Switch On & Lantern Parade on Saturday 27 November.

If you would like to purchase a pack, our office opening hours are; Monday to Friday: 9am to 4pm. Cash or card payments are both accepted.

Thank you and happy decorating! » Less

Local Depots Prepared for Gritting Ahead of Winter

Local Depots Prepared for Gritting Ahead of Winter

Posted: Fri, 22 Oct 2021 11:05 by Georgia Connor

Three depots in Brixworth, Towcester and Wellingborough are officially on standby and fully stocked with tonnes of salt ready to grit ahead of the cold weather this winter.

The 20 strong gritting team will provide West Northamptonshire Council and North Northamptonshire Council a fully resourced service throughout the new season. More »

Northamptonshire Highways has made sure that drivers, like last year will have enhanced technology so that the need for two people in a gritter is not required unless there is heavy snow, meaning Covid-safety will still be a priority. The technology also provides route data and feeds back to the snow desk to ensure gritters are on route and safe.

Cllr Phil Larratt, West Northamptonshire Council's Cabinet Member for environment, transport, highways and waste, said: "Our aim is to make Northamptonshire's roads as safe as possible, to ensure people can travel with a minimum of delay and disruption, whatever the weather throws at us this winter."

Northamptonshire's roads will have weather stations and sensors to return temperature readings every 15 minutes and weather forecasts every hour. A team monitors the sensors 24 hours a day.

Individual roads from the precautionary network will be gritted when forecasts predict the weather will drop below 0.5degC for that area.

Additionally, 1,500 grit bins have been filled for use on public roads and footpaths. If you see a grit bin empty, please report it on StreetDoctor. » Less