• Tower Cottage

    Tower Cottage

  • War Memorial and Flats

    War Memorial and Flats

  • Poppies in the oilseed rape

    Poppies in the oilseed rape

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

PCSO village visits

On Thursday May 5th 2022 PCSO's Egdell, Cooksammy will be visiting the villages of;


The Red Lion car park 10:30 – 11:30


Main Road (close to the Post Office) 12:00 – 13:30 along with sponsored officer PCSO Cumming

East Haddon

Main street (near to the Village Hall) 14:30 – 15:30

Please come along and say hello, we will be able to answer questions and offer advice on any issue that may be affecting you. More »

Please come along to speak to your local officers and dispose of any unwanted sharp items from within your home.

In an emergency, when there is a crime in progress or a life at risk, always call 999.To report a crime or incident, provide information or for advice, call 101 or visit www.northants.police.uk

To contact your Neighbourhood Team covering Northampton, they can be contacted on the following email: NeighbourhoodTeamDaventry@northants.pnn.police.uk

You can also provide confidential information should you wish to remain anonymous. These calls can be made to the Independent Charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org » Less

Posted: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 12:17 by Emma Gibson

West Northamptonshire Consultation - Public Spaces Protection OrderConsultation: Responsible ownership of dogs and prohibition of smoking incertain places

West Northamptonshire Council have launched a Public Spaces Protection Order Consultation: Responsible ownership of dogs and prohibition of smoking in certain places.

West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) is considering whether to make a new Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) to promote responsible dog ownership and prohibit smoking in certain public spaces across the former administrative council areas of Daventry District and South Northants. More »

The consultation closes at midnight on Monday, 4th April 2022 and is being supported by a communications campaign across West Northamptonshire.

Have your say

For further information about the proposals and to have your say on the Public Spaces Protection Order Consultation, please visit West Northamptonshire Consultation Hub

If you have any questions or enquiries about the survey, please contact Environmentalimprovement.ddc@westnorthants.gov.uk » Less

Posted: Wed, 16 Mar 2022 13:22 by Emma Gibson

PAW Patrol brick trail heads to Northampton town centre

PAW Patrol fans will be able to meet their favourite characters as Northampton town centre hosts an amazing 'trail' of sculptures from the hit show, presented and built by BRICKLIVE.

The town centre is set to host up to 21 models including favourite characters and buildings from the hit Nick Jr. show.

Families can join in the search and find the brightly coloured toy brick models with characters including Chase, Marshall, Skye and the gang all waiting to be found in and around the town centre. More »

During the two-week event, which runs from Saturday, March 12 to Sunday, March 27, visitors can collect a trail-map and answer questions based on each of the models to be in with a chance of winning one of four £50 vouchers to spend in town centre businesses.

Mark Mullen, Operations Manager at Northampton Town Centre Business Improvement District (BID) which has organised the trail, said: "We're delighted to be welcoming the PAW Patrol brick trail to Northampton, giving local families and shoppers the chance to get up close and enjoy these amazing models.

"From little ones to big kids at heart, the trail will have something for fans of all ages, and we hope families take advantage of this free event and explore our town centre as they visit each PAW Patrol character on the trail.

"The quiz and trail competitions will keep the whole family entertained and with this event being free for all, we hope to ignite imaginations and create long-lasting memories."

Model builders are busy preparing the characters, with the pups ranging in size from 75cm to 120cm high.

The trail will also feature a two-metre-tall lookout tower using over 65,000 bricks while families can also pose for a selfie in Marshall's fire truck – made up of a whopping 141,000 bricks.

Maps and prize draw entry forms can be collected from any hosting businesses as well as Abington FX, Metro Bank and Kall Kwik Northampton or downloaded from the BID website. Entries can be posted into a postbox located in Grosvenor Shopping Northampton.

This project is being funded by West Northamptonshire Council, through the Welcome Back Fund and supported by Grosvenor Shopping Northampton.

Cllr Lizzy Bowen, West Northamptonshire Council's Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Town Centre Regeneration and Growth said: "We're really looking forward to seeing these colourful Paw Patrol characters around Northampton town centre as a result of working together with the Northampton Town Centre BID and we hope that families get to experience great days out whilst the trail is live.

"The brick trail is just one of several initiatives being delivered as a result of the Welcome Back Fund - we are currently running a 'Love Your High Streets' campaign on billboards and bus shelters across West Northamptonshire, encouraging people to get back into their local town centres and highlighting the benefits of supporting independent businesses."

Models will be found in the following businesses:

A-Plan Insurance


Café Track

Eden Mobility

Esquires Coffee

G&E McIntyres

Grosvenor Shopping (x3)


Michael Jones Jeweller


Northampton Health Store

Northampton Museum and Art Gallery

Northamptonshire Central Library

Olly B's

St Gyles Jewellers

The Entertainer

Vintage Guru

Virgin Money

Voni Blu

For more information on the Paw Patrol Trail, visit www.discovernorthampton.co.uk
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Posted: Fri, 11 Mar 2022 10:12 by Emma Gibson