Deanshanger Parish Council

Serving the people of Deanshanger


Clerk: Mrs Teresa Floyd
3 Hayes Road, Deanshanger
Northamptonshire MK19 6HP

Tel: 01908 566373

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  • Deanshanger History

    Deanshanger History

    For a brief history of Deanshanger click here

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    A list of what Deanshanger Parish Council is responsible for.

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


To make the village the best it can be, for all residents, to live and work


- Strive to understand the needs of the residents and organisations within the parish, respect their views, seek to address these needs within the resources and powers available, always for the majority.

- Communicate in a positive, transparent and cordial manner through all media available, encouraging residents to engage with life in the village and the decisions that affect it

Strive to provide best value for money and high-quality services and facilities where they are within our remit and fight for the village to receive them when they are provided by others.

- Preserve, develop and support leisure and community activities and facilities, including open spaces and natural environments which are practical, affordable and desirable

- To build a sense of community, village spirit, togetherness and inclusiveness through all our actions

- Be committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly policies and actions including minimising waste, saving energy and promoting recycling.

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

You can also reach us on Facebook by using the buttons on the right hand side of our home page.

Deanshanger Parish Council is not responsible for street repairs and these should be reported to Northamptonshire Highways via Fix me Street. You can use the button on the right hand side.

For a list of Useful Telephone numbers please click here.

Latest News

West Northants Crime Data 2020/21

Posted: Wed, 20 Jul 2022 09:39 by Teresa Floyd

West Northants Crime Data 2020/21

Funding for West Northants community and voluntary groups

Posted: Mon, 11 Jul 2022 10:34 by Teresa Floyd

Community and voluntary groups who deliver important services in West Northamptonshire can now apply for grants of up to £5,000.

West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) has opened a fresh round of Community Funding Grants from Friday, 8 July 2022. More »

Applications for this round of funding should be submitted no later than Sunday, 27 July 2022.

Councillor David Smith, WNC's Cabinet Member for community safety, engagement, and regulatory services, said: "These grants allow us to support local community and voluntary groups who are providing vital services to our communities.

"These groups are small, highly connected and can react quickly to specific needs. They are an important partner and we're delighted to be able to offer them this much needed funding which will help to support local communities as we recover from the pandemic."

The grant scheme is open to community and voluntary sector organisations, registered charities and not-for-profit organisations, for projects that support one or more of the council's corporate plan priorities. The six corporate plan priorities are:

  • Green and clean: environment and wellbeing
  • Improved life chances: health, social care and families
  • Connected communities: transport and connectivity
  • Thriving villages and towns: place shaping and homes
  • Economic development: growth and prosperity
  • Robust resource management: transparency and financial probity

For more information on funding streams, how to apply, the dates for future funding rounds, the council's Community Funding Grants Policy, and an expression of interest form, visit the council's Community Grants page.

If anyone would like to speak to the Community Funding Officer about their eligibility to apply for a grant, contact Peter Worth via or call 01327 322227.

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Cllr Amy Searle Resignation

Posted: Fri, 24 Jun 2022 09:59 by Teresa Floyd

Cllr Searle has now resigned from Deanshanger Parish Council. (Vacancy Notice attached)

This leaves 4 vacancies for more information on joining the council please see the attached link