Welcome to Kilsby Village

Link to Information About Our Village

Who are we? They represent the local community and deliver services to meet the needs of the local area. Kilsby Parish Council works hard to improve the quality of life in Kilsby for all its residents.

Contact details of all Councillors and the Clerk can be found on Contact Us - Kilsby Parish Council (kilsbyvillage.co.uk)

Councillors attend meetings, decide what activities to support, how to spend money, and comment on planning applications.

Get involved: Councillors represent the community and have a responsibility to the community. Many Councillors represent the Council on various committees they have an interest in.

Do you want to make a difference to your local area?

Do you want to get involved?

If so… Further information on eligibility to become a Councillor can be found on our website www.kilsbyvillage.co.uk or contact the Clerk to the Council on the details below.

Emma Gibson: 07547113996


Kilsby Repair Workshop. We need you. Are you able to volunteer your skills for this venture? If so, click here for further details. 


D-Day Anniversary service

A service of Remembrance for the 80th anniversary of D-Day was held at the war memorial at 6pm, on the 6th June. 
There was a brief service, laying of a wreath and a song from the school choir that marked the occasion, followed by teas hosted by the Kilsby WI.  


Help shape the future of planning in West Northamptonshire

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People across West Northamptonshire are being invited to have their say on the draft Local Plan strategy which enables West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) to plan for the future of the area positively and sustainably by guiding decisions on future development proposals and creating places where people wish to live, work and visit and will thrive.

The draft Plan sets out a vision and objectives for the area, its ambitions for new development and commitment to dealing with climate change. The Plan allocates land for housing and employment and contains a series of planning policies for these and many other topics such as leisure, transport, health and wellbeing, infrastructure and the environment and where development can and cannot take place.

Once adopted the new Plan will replace current plans that cover West Northamptonshire and form part of the development plan against which planning decisions are made.

This consultation is gives residents the opportunity to get involved with this stage of the local plan process and will help WNC consider and address issues before a final draft is produced.

People can have their say from Monday 8 April to Sunday 2 June by visiting: Have your say on West Northamptonshire's new draft Local Plan - West Northamptonshire Council - Citizen Space

Cllr Rebecca Breese, Cabinet Member for Strategic Planning, Built Environment and Rural Affairs at WNC, said: “This is a really exciting opportunity for local businesses, residents and community groups to help shape the future of planning across West Northamptonshire.

“The local plan provides the guiding principles for new development, dedicated green spaces and infrastructure across the area; and has an impact on everyone’s lives across the area. We invite the community to review the plans and have their say.”

The Plan is still being prepared, evidence gathered, and proposals considered, and WNC invite comments on the fully developed policies, the partly developed policies and any other parts of the Plan including allocations for housing and employment growth and guidance that applies to your area.

The draft Plan is accompanied by a number of technical documents and other evidence. All can be found on the dedicated New Local Plan for West Northamptonshire page.

The evidence will continue to be updated as the Plan progresses.
The UK Government Cabinet Office has recently launched the ‘Help for Households’ campaign which explains the 41 different government schemes available to help people with the cost of living, including new one-off payments as well as existing benefits and schemes.  These schemes have now been brought onto one Cost of Living Support website.
Public Spaces Protection Order. Dog Control & Prohibition of Smoking in Public Places 2022

Are you a mature driver (aged 60+)? Live in Northamptonshire? Rely on being able to drive?

This FREE roadshow is for you!
Driving is an important part of our everyday life and the Northamptonshire Safer Roads Alliance (NSRA) are keen to help to keep mature drivers driving safer for longer.
Our ability to drive changes over time for different reasons, especially as we get older. It’s important that we recognise whether and how our driving is changing so we can stay safe and protect both ourselves and those around us.
This Mature Drivers Roadshow is aimed at drivers 60+, and will cover all different aspects of driving. There will be a short talk and then plenty of time to meet informally with our many stand holders.
Free advice will be available on car adaptions, eyesight, how your prescription medications may affect you and much more. There will also be limited number of FREE IAM RoadSmart Mature Driver Assessments available.
To book your FREE place please visit [ Mature Drivers Roadshow Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite ]( https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mature-drivers-roadshow-tickets-391129447707)

Remember to report and track any highway problems via Street Doctor. Click here to access the website.