Weldon Parish Council
Welcome to Weldon Parish Council Website.
There are 11 councillors serving on Weldon Parish Council. All are residents who have offered their time and knowledge to serve our community. Their varying skills and experience support a fair representation of interests of the residents, to protect our parish and its environment.
The Parish Councillors are supported by the Parish Clerk who is a paid employee of the Council.
The maintenance of Weldon is overseen by the Parish Caretaker. Not only is he cutting grass, hedges and establishing the planters, he also supports the wildlife areas we have in Weldon.
The Parish Council meets in the village hall annex on the first Monday of the month at 7.00pm, but not in August. All meetings are open to the public and there is always a section to allow members of the public to speak. All agendas and minutes are published on this website.
The Parish Council maintain the website to keep residents informed. We hope you find this website useful, and we are always open to discuss ideas. It provides ways for you to directly inform North Northants Council (NNC) on any litter, lighting, parking, criminal or antisocial behaviour.
Updates are regularly posted, along with any campaigns, road notifications and all council documents. Please feel free to contact the Clerk or any of the Councillors if you have any concerns or wish to draw anything to our attention.
Angela Page, Chair Weldon Parish Council
There has been some changes to the timetable of the Jubilee Celebrations, please look at the QPJ Page on this website for the updates.
The next full Parish Council meeting is planned for Monday 13th June starting at 19:00 in the Annex of Weldon Village Hall, the agenda will be available by Monday 6th June
The Draft minutes from the full Annual Parish Meeting, the Annual Parish Council Meeting and the Full Council Meeting held on Tuesday 3rd May are now available.
Members of the public are welcome to attend these meetings as they are open meetings.
Fix my Street – please use this link to report Dog Fouling, Potholes, Fly Posting, etc
Concerned about Speeding?
If you are you can actively do something – become a SpeedWatch volunteer! You’ll be trained by Northants Police and use their official speed measuring guns at pre-determined sites across the Parish. Those drivers who get caught are reported to the Police.
A short training session via Zoom will held be during Spring 2022 and sessions will commence following that. I need to let the Police know by mid December who’s in.
Interested then contact me!
Graham Stray, Weldon SpeedWatch Coordinator email@example.com
To report any parking problems please ring 101, only ring 999 if the vehicle may be parked in such a way that it will cause an accident.
The Newsletter page has been updated with a various posters from Corby Library who will be holding several courses.
Local Priorities Survey
Please tell us about the issues that matter most to you in the area where you live and work by completing a short survey. The information you give us will help identify the local neighbourhood policing priorities for your area.Click here to complete our local priorities survey
We would like to know about any crime or anti-social behaviour that is causing you concern and if there is anything specific you would like us to focus on. We’d also like to know how safe you feel when out and about in your neighbourhood and whether you think the police are doing a good job at tackling local crime and disorder.
The survey takes just a few minutes and we would really appreciate you taking the time share your views. The more feedback we get, the better we can understand what the issues are for local people.
At a county level, we have four Matters of Priority that Northamptonshire Police will put a special focus on over the next 12 months – serious and organised crime, domestic abuse, knife crime and anti-social behaviour.
We will also set up to three local priorities for each policing area every three months based on local crime statistics and the feedback we get from the community. We will tell you what those priorities are and keep you informed about the action we are taking to address them.
Your feedback is really important and we appreciate you taking the time to share your views with us.
Sector Inspector X0210
Kettering & Corby Sector
Neighbourhood Policing Team
Weldon Parish Council would like to set up a community email; if you would like to receive email communications from the Parish Council, please do send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org saying “I consent”.
By doing this you will be consenting to Weldon Parish council holding your email address and using it to communicate with you. This will be done in accordance with the Councils data protection policy which can be found on the Council’s website. The policy summarises your rights, including your right to withdraw your consent at any time.
Please note that all emails to be circulated to the village by the Parish Council will be “closed” emails. In other words, no recipient of an email will be able to see the name or email address of any other recipient of that email
How to contact your local neighbourhood policing team and how to keep up to date with issues on the area.
The Inspector for Corby is Scott Little.
Sgt Rachel Grey is the local team sergeant based at the council offices in The Cube.
You can contact us by email NeighbourhoodTeamCorbyTown@northants.pnn.police.uk
You can report a non-urgent crime on line via the Northamptonshire Police website https://www.northants.police.uk or by calling 101.
Alternatively, Crimestoppers is a non-police organisation you can contact anonymously about crime 0800 555111 https://crimestoppers-uk.org/
You can follow us on Twitter @CorbyPolice or @CorbyKettRural
You can sign up to Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Alert to receive news on issues in your area. Please following the link attached to sign up. https://www.northants.police.uk/advice/advice-and-information/wsi/watch-schemes-initiatives/as/northants/neighbourhood-alert/
The Locally Identified Priorities (LIPs) for your area until the 30 April are:
Drug Misuse and Dealing
Anti-Social use of Motor Cycles