• Winter view East Haddon Village

    Winter view East Haddon Village

Welcome to the East Haddon Parish Council website. The Parish Council works hard to make East Haddon a great place to live. Our website contains information about what we do and how we conduct our business. Use the search box or browse the site to find what you're looking for. If you can't see what you need then please contact us.

This website is here as a village and community site so that it can be central place for people to find out what is happening in our village. If there are any groups in the village who would like to be included in this, or you run something that benefits the village and would like to update the "Latest News" section then please contact us. Anything that you would like to be posted should be village orientated and not advertising, and will be at the website administrators' discretion.

Latest News

Speed Indicator Sign

Unfortunately one of the Speed Indicator Signs has been damaged in the high winds. The Parish Council are seeking to get this fixed as soon as possible.

Posted: Tue, 18 Feb 2020 15:04 by Shirley Cumbleton

Chairman's Annual Report 2018-19

At the Annual Parish Council Meeting on May 9th 2019 The Chairman presented his report .

Posted: Mon, 13 May 2019 15:14 by Shirley Cumbleton

Public Spaces Protection Order

A new Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) will come into force on the 1st December 2018. It requires all dog

owners to obey the following rules:

- Pick up after your dog.
- Carry the means to pick up after your dog.
- Prevent your dog from entering a fenced-off play area.
- Put your dog on a lead when requested by an authorised officer.
- The number of dogs walked by a single person is limited to six.
- Smoking will be prohibited within children's play areas. More »

These regulations have been the result of public consultation. Daventry District Council (DDC) will, before 1st December, agree boundaries and signage in each parish.

The penalty for breaking these new regulations will be an on-the-spot fine of £100, or in serious cases, prosecution.

This subject can also be read in the DDC magazine - Daventry Calling. » Less

Posted: Wed, 24 Oct 2018 18:16 by Gilly Wrathall