Cold Higham Parish Council covers the three villages of Cold Higham, Grimscote and Fosters Booth. It is responsible for managing some of the amenities and facilities of the villages, liaising with other governmental bodies and representing the views of local residents. In Cold Higham the council's responsibilities include the management of the cemetery (not to be confused with the adjoining churchyard which surrounds St Luke's Church), the small triangle of land at the corner of Banbury Lane and Church Lane, notice boards, and street lighting.
Matters concerning St Luke's Church are the responsibility of the Parochial Church Council. The Village Hall is owned and managed by a separate independent trust.
The Parish Council meets approximately every six weeks to consider matters relevant to its responsibilities and discuss correspondence received from other local government bodies and related agencies. An Annual Parish Meeting is held each year, usually in April. Residents of the parish are free to attend any meeting.
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There are seven parish councillors for Cold Higham
Jonathan Campion, Woodside, Grimscote, Towcester, NN12 8LL
Digby Carter, Orchard House, Banbury Lane, Fosters Booth, Towcester, NN12 8LG
Judith Coates, Ivy Cottage, Church Lane, Cold Higham, Towcester NN12 8LS
Richard Dickins, Kettle Close Barn, Manor Farm, Manor Road, Grimscote, Towcester NN12 8LN
Jane Kimbell, Grimscote Mill, Mill Lane, Grimscote, Towcester NN12 8LH
Margaret Merris, 17 Manor Road, Grimscote, Towcester NN12 8LN
Ken Tomkinson, Plum Tree Cottage, 7 Manor Road, Grimscote, Towcester NN12 8LN
Mrs P M Pearson
Tel: 01327 830287
Parish Consultation over South Northants Council's Local Plan
Following the Parish Questionnaire in December 2013, and the Public Meeting on 8th January, the Parish Council submitted its response to South Northants Council on 24th January.
To read the major elements of this response you can go to this link: Parish Council Response
There are four documents on this page, covering the various aspects of the Local Plan.
Parish Questionnaire - December 2013
The Parish Council conducted a questionnaire survey during December 2013, with a view to helping determine its response to SNC on the local plan.
Thirty six responses were received - roughly 30%. The breakdown by village was:
A brief summary of the responses to the main questions is shown here: Questionnaire Responses .
County Council (Greens Norton Ward)
Note: there are two district councillors representing the ward.
For a list of MEPs click here