Irthlingborough Town Council

"Working hard for the town of Irthlingborough"

Parson's Green

Clerk: Mrs Angie Daly
Council Offices, Station Road
Irthlingborough
Northamptonshire NN9 5SN

Tel: 01933 650866

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Latest News

Notice of improvment works - A45/A6 Chowns Mill

Notice of improvment works - A45/A6 Chowns Mill

Work will start in early February 2020 and the scheme is scheduled to last approximately 22 months.

The works will;

Widen all approaches and exits to the roundabout

Build an 'outer' circulatory to separate traffic movements and improve capacity

Install traffic signals, upgrade street lighting and install new signing

To maintain a safe environment sections of the A45/A6 will be closed and narrow lanes will be introduced with a 40mph restriction. More »

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Posted: Tue, 12 Nov 2019 10:46 by Hanneke Soans

Annual Remembrance Parade Sunday 10th November

Annual Remembrance Parade Sunday 10th November

On Sunday 10th November 2019 there is the Annual Remembrance Service in St Peters Church at 10am followed by a procession up to the war memorial for wreath laying at 11am.

On Monday 11th November at 11am we ask people to step outside onto the High Street for 2 minutes silence.

Posted: Tue, 05 Nov 2019 14:45 by Hanneke Soans

"Guilty" Plea for Illegal Dog Sales

"Guilty" Plea for Illegal Dog Sales

East Northamptonshire Council has welcomed the prosecution of three individuals after they pleaded guilty to selling dogs without a licence in Lilford. On Monday 14 October, Nigel Hockey, Maxine Thornton and Evangeline Proctor were sentenced to:

A twelve month community order and ordered to perform 80 hours unpaid work.

A disqualification order for 5 years from dealing in dogs (both selling and breeding) to commence immediately. More »

The defendants were also ordered to pay £3000 each as a contribution to the prosecution's costs plus an £85 victim surcharge.

Officers from ENC had suspected illegal activity on the Lilford Estate for a number of years and evidence obtained in October 2018 led to a full investigation which resulted in a prosecution under the Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England) Regulations 2018. » Less

Posted: Tue, 22 Oct 2019 10:36 by Hanneke Soans