Deanshanger Parish Council

Serving the people of Deanshanger


Clerk: Mrs Teresa Floyd
3 Hayes Road, Deanshanger
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
MK19 6HW

Tel: 01908 566373

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    A list of what Deanshanger Parish Council is responsible for.

Deanshanger Parish Council provides your local services (see attached document).

We strive to make Deanshanger a better place to live, work and play.

Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us: email: or telephone on 01908 566373

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For a list of Useful Telephone numbers please look at the back page of our newsletters, copies of which can be viewed here. Alternatively please click here.

Latest News

Great Expectations at Deanshanger Library

Posted: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 08:52 by Teresa Floyd

By popular demand, James Hornsby returns to Deanshanger Library to perform

'Great Expectations'


Friday 16th of November 2018

At 7.30

James Hornsby presents one of Charles Dickens best loved novels. Performed once again as a 'one-man show' James will bring to life a host of wonderful characters including : Magwitch, The Gargerys, Uncle Pumblechook, Estella, Herbert Pocket, Miss Havisham and of course Pip. More »

£7.50 per Ticket including refreshments.

To purchase your ticket for this wonderful theatrical event please visit Deanshanger Library. » Less

Local Plan Part 2A

Posted: Fri, 05 Oct 2018 12:31 by Teresa Floyd

Please be aware that South Northamptonshire Council will be publishing the final version of its Local Plan Part 2, the Submission Regulation 19, for comment, from the 4th October 2018 to 12 noon on the 16th November 2018. More »

This is the final version of the Local Plan Part 2 the Regulation 19 Submission version. The document sets out key planning issues impacting the district and policies to be used on future planning applications.

The Plan covers:

  • Policies for the scale and type of exceptions housing,
  • Allocation of a number of new employment sites,
  • Policies on town centres and economic development,
  • Policies for community / leisure development,
  • Designated Local green spaces and special landscape areas, and;
  • Policies required to manage development in a sustainable way.

How to view the Plan and supporting documents:

The draft submission Local Plan and associated documents can be viewed on the Councils webpage at:

This includes the Local Plan Part 2, Sustainability Appraisal, Habitat Regulation Assessment and links to the supporting evidence base. Reference copies of the documents are also available to view at the following locations:

  • The Forum, Towcester
  • Brackley Library
  • Middleton Cheney library
  • Roade library
  • Deanshanger library

For library opening times please visit the library pages on the County Council's website at Upon request the document can also be made available in different formats.

How to comment on the documents:

There are a number of ways to make representations to the draft submission documents.

You can download a representation form from our website to complete and return this can be found at

However if you are unable to provide your comments using the Council's website you can submit your completed response forms by post to the address below:

Planning Policy Team

South Northamptonshire Council,

The Forum,

Moat Lane,


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Consultation on Decommissioning of Prevention Service for Adult Social Care Service & Hearing Impaired Services

Posted: Fri, 05 Oct 2018 12:30 by Teresa Floyd

Northamptonshire County Council are consulting on the following two Adult Social Care Prevention Services.

Decommissioning of Prevention Service for Adult Social Care Service

Hearing Impaired Services

Currently, DeafConnect has a contract with Northamptonshire County Council to provide a number of services to help deaf and hard of hearing adults to continue to live independently in their own home, with their family or carer(s). More »

DeafConnect offers an information, advice and support service to promote independence including access to specialist equipment and interpreting services. DeafConnect also provides opportunities for people to:

  • meet and socialise, taking part in a variety of activities
  • get access to health and care services
  • develop skills for independence, employment and hobbies

Due to Northamptonshire County Council's poor financial situation however, we need to understand the impact of stopping this contract with DeafConnect or the services being provided in a different way. We would like to hear your views on this.

This consultation seeks to gather feedback and evidence about the impact of ending the Council's current funding arrangements only for the adults support service (Children's First will look separately at funding arrangements for children).

Have your say

You can give us your views in a number of ways. Please visit our web site for all of the different ways you can give your feedback, including our online questionnaire.

The deadline for this consultation is 5pm on 8th November 2018.

Decommissioning of Prevention Service for Adult Social Care Service

Visually Impaired Services

Currently, Northamptonshire County Council commissions (i.e. buys) a number of services through Northamptonshire Association for the Blind (NAB).

These services offer adults with sight loss advice, help and practical support to overcome the emotional and practical challenges of living with sight loss. This helps them to live as full, active and independent a life as possible in their own home and/or with their family or carer.

The services we buy from NAB helps those adults who require support due to their sight loss to:

  • Receive help to overcome the emotional trauma of sight loss, maintain a positive outlook on life and retain personal independence. This includes advice, guidance and support to:
    • cook safely when they have poor eyesight, and with food storage and preparation
    • get out and about i.e. doing the shopping
    • stay safe in and around the home
    • other daily living skills
    • get advice and guidance on the availability of health, social care, employment and other services, and benefits and entitlements that might help them overcome whatever challenges they might be struggling with as a result of their sight loss
  • Receive advice on the availability, suitability and use of specialist aids and equipment. These range from simple items such as bump-ons, talking watches, talking books and magazines, mobility aids, talking kitchen equipment plus task and other forms of lighting through to assistive technology such as magnifiers and telecare products.
  • Receive advice on the use of suitable ICT equipment such as smart phones, tablets, computers and voice activated devices.
  • Receive help on using the internet including online shopping and social media.
  • Support people to meet and socialise with other people who have similar, or different levels of sight loss at various locations within Northamptonshire.
  • Help people to learn new skills or to enjoy new hobbies, cultural activities, leisure pursuits and sporting activities.
  • Discover how to make use of existing skills or how to enjoy again many of the activities and interests they used to enjoy before their sight loss.

NAB can provide their advice, guidance and support to those that need it at either one of NAB's sight centres or support within a person's own home. However, due to its current poor financial situation the Council is now having to consider if the above services should be stopped or provided in a different way.

Have your say

You can give us your views in a number of ways. Please visit our web site for all of the different ways you can give your feedback, including our online questionnaire.

The deadline for this consultation is 5pm on 8th November 2018.

Details of the above and other past and present consultations are available on Northamptonshire County Council's Consultation Register. » Less