Welcome to the Great Easton village website. We hope that you will find it both informative and useful.
Coronavirus – COVID-19 – A dedicated page has been set up on our website providing residents with information of how the village is working around COVID-19. For further information please see the News Page or click here
Great Easton Parish Council arrangements during the current restrictions. This is to let villagers know the arrangements for Parish Council meetings during the current restrictions and to remind you of the ways in which you can contact the Council on any matters causing concern.
During the lockdown we are holding virtual meetings which are still open to the public (see the agenda for details on how to join). Issues can be raised at the meeting or through the proper channels below:
The clerk – firstname.lastname@example.org Tel :01536 772159 – Robinsmead, 3 Banbury Lane
For the agenda and minutes from previous meetings please see the meetings page on this site or click here.
Agendas and minutes are also posted on the village notice board.
The Council cannot conduct business via social media.
New Village Gateways – The Parish Council would like to thank the working party who installed our excellent village gateways. Ian Drummond was instrumental in leading the initiative and the expertise of both Ian and Andy Murdock proved invaluable in planning and executing the project. Thanks also to Phil Johnson for storing the gates and helping with the heavy lifting. Well done, a great example of how to deliver a community project identified within the neighbourhood plan.
Our Neighbourhood Plan – The Neighbourhood Plan (NP) was completed in January 2018 and now forms part of the Local Plan for Harborough District Council.
The final version of the Neighbourhood Plan can be found here. The Supporting documents and NP appendices are collated under the Parish Council page heading on this website.
The official result of the Neighbourhood Plan referendum can be found here. Result Yes 215 and No 37 turnout 48.7%.
The amended Referendum Version of the Great Easton Neighbourhood Plan can be found here.