Brackley Town Council

Telephone: 01280 702441

Town Hall Tower

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

  • Egerton Hall

    Egerton Hall

  • Old Fire Station

    Old Fire Station

  • Picnic Area situated at St James Lake

    Picnic Area situated at St James Lake

  • Town Hall restored

    Town Hall restored

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Latest News

NEW Bus Route 505 for Brackley

Posted: Tue, 03 Dec 2019 14:01 by Stephanie Campbell

Council was pleased to receive news relating to the forthcoming NEW bus route for Brackley today. Subject to final approval, the proposed Route 505 will operate from Monday 13th January 2020 on a 'loop' between Bicester, Brackley and Banbury stopping at the following locations: More »

Bicester Village railway station, Bicester Town Centre, Elmsbrook, Brackley Tesco (Oxford Road), Brackley Market Place, Brackley Jutland Drive (adj), Farthinghoe, Banbury Town Centre and return.

Stagecoach Oxford will be operating this service, initially for 2 years. The attached timetable is currently provisional. Brackley Town Council will be pleased to publicise the confirmed timetable once received. » Less

Proposed Brackley Sainsbury's store

Posted: Fri, 29 Nov 2019 10:45 by Stephanie Campbell

Brackley Town Council is pleased to provide the attached announcement received from Sainsbury's relating to their proposed new store for Brackley.

Draft Budget Consultation 2020-21

Draft Budget Consultation 2020-21

Posted: Mon, 25 Nov 2019 16:12 by Kathy Hale

The Town Council has been discussing its budget for 2020-21 and would like to hear your views before finalising it. This year many of the parks and open spaces on the new developments will be handed over to the Council, which means that we will need additional equipment and staff for the work. The majority of costs for this will be met by contributions from the developers (Section 106 payments). There is also uncertainty regarding Northamptonshire County Council and what services we might be expected to take over. So, another difficult year for budgeting, but we have tried to build in some flexibility and would like to hear your views. Please respond by Monday 9 December 2019, so that comments can be considered at the Finance & Policy Committee meeting on Monday 16 December, before the Council sets its final budget.