Irthlingborough Town Council

"Working hard for the town of Irthlingborough"

Parson's Green

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

Tel: 01933 650866

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    Maintain social distancing

    Remember to maintain 2 meters distance

  • VE Day Bunting - Parsons Green

    VE Day Bunting - Parsons Green

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    VE Day

  • Irthlingborough photo by Alfie Cole

    Irthlingborough photo by Alfie Cole

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Latest News

Pride of Irthlingborough - Mayors Awards

Pride of Irthlingborough - Mayors Awards

Today the Mayor Adrian Winkle was honoured to hand out two Pride of Irthlingborough Mayor's Awards.

Olivia and Kate were both nominated by the Town for their kindness and care to others in the community and both awards are very much deserved.

Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2020 14:38 by Hanneke Soans

Northants OPFCC Youth Commission

Northants OPFCC Youth Commission

Northamptonshire's Police, Crime and Fire Commissioner is recruiting young people to be part of the Northamptonshire 2020/21 OPFCC Youth Commission.

The OPFCC Youth Commission has been set up by the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner to ensure that the views of young people are heard, and help change services for the better.

We are now looking to recruit around 20 young people from across Northamptonshire to form the 2020/21 Youth Commission. We are eager to encourage young people to apply whose voices might struggle sometimes to be heard. We are also keen to engage with young people who have already had experience of the criminal justice system. The age range for the Youth Commission is 14-19 years. More »

You can check out information about the commission at: where you will find an information sheet that can be downloaded, and an online application form for young people to complete.

Applications open on July 1st and will remain open until midnight on 31st July.

The first Northamptonshire Youth Commission ran from May 2019 until March 2020. The young people involved held a 'Big Conversation' with over 1000 young people in Northamptonshire – the results of their work are now shaping new initiatives that will help keep young people safer. » Less

Posted: Wed, 08 Jul 2020 12:04 by Hanneke Soans

Summer Reading Challenge

Every year Northamptonshire Libraries deliver the Summer Reading Challenge, which challenges children to read 6 books during the summer holidays. It has been proven that children who don't continue reading during the summer have a lower reading age when they return to school in September than that before the summer. You can find out more about the challenge on our webpage: or on our facebook page: More »

Due to the exceptional circumstances surrounding Covid-19 we are unable to deliver this in the normal way and the challenge will be online this year. We are also unable to promote it I the normal way as we can't deliver school assemblies or hold events in the library. » Less

Posted: Tue, 07 Jul 2020 14:17 by Hanneke Soans