Towcester Town Council

Serving the people of Towcester

Towcester Town Hall

Town Clerk: Miss Elizabeth Cox
The Town Hall, 86 Watling
Street, Towcester
Northamptonshire NN12 6BS

Tel: 01327 350995

Towcester Town Council provides your local services. We strive to make Towcester a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Towcester Town Guide Updated 2020

The Towcester Town Guide provides useful information on Towcester, the history of the town, map of the area and a comprehensive list of local services. Updated in 2020, you can access an online interactive copy of the Town Guide by clicking the image.

Towcester Town Crier

The Towcester Town Crier is a magazine published by the Town Council five times a year. It includes articles by local community groups, voluntary organisations and charities as well as news from the council and upcoming community events. It is distributed by volunteers to Towcester residences. Advertising rates start from £20. For more details contact the town council offices. To read the latest edition, click on the image.


Latest News

Karaoke Night in aid of Mayor's Charity

Karaoke Night in aid of Mayor's Charity

Posted: Tue, 11 Jan 2022 10:04 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

8pm Saturday 15th January 2022

Are you a budding karaoke singer? Then join Towcester Town Mayor for the Towcester Mill Brewery's very first charity Karaoke Night, in aid of the Renew169 Wellbeing Café! More »

Absolutely everyone is welcome - just come along for a fun night raising funds for a very worthwhile local cause.

Tickets just £5, all of which goes to the charity minus the booking fee.

Get a group together or come on your own, it's sure to be a laugh! » Less

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner asks for views on police and fire budget

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner asks for views on police and fire budget

Posted: Tue, 21 Dec 2021 10:38 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

Today (20 December) the Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has launched the budget consultation seeking the public's views on the council tax precept for policing and the fire and rescue service next year. More »

The link to the survey is: https://www.northantspfcc.org.uk/public-budget-consultation-2022/

The consultation runs from Monday 20 December 2021 until 11.59pm on Sunday 16 January 2022.

Responses will be considered by the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner in deciding the level of council tax precept. The Commissioner's recommendation will be considered by the Police, Fire and Crime Panel on 3 February 2022 at a meeting held in public.

Click on the linked document below for more details.

At the same time Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service is asking the public for their views on the Community Risk Management Plan (CRMP) 2022 – 2025.

The plan outlines the risks in the county and how the Fire Service will mitigate the risks through their resources.

The link to the CRMP survey is: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LPZLXZ6 » Less

NEW FUNDING LAUNCHED FOR WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE BUSINESSES

NEW FUNDING LAUNCHED FOR WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE BUSINESSES

Posted: Mon, 20 Dec 2021 13:05 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

NEW FUNDING LAUNCHED FOR WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE BUSINESSES

WNC is pleased to launch the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) Business Continuity Scheme.

On 3 March 2021, the Government announced that a further £425m would be made available for Local Authorities, through a conditional top-up to the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) from 1 April 2021. WNC currently hold an Additional Restrictions Grant fund of £2,782,193. More »

The goal is to try and support as many businesses as possible that have been affected by the restrictions with the money received from government, whilst keeping the individual grant amounts high enough that they will provide meaningful support to those businesses in most need.

The scheme will require applicants to demonstrate that they continue to suffer a 30 per cent loss in revenue (or greater) compared with pre-pandemic revenue levels.

Local businesses will benefit from this funding in addition to the robust free support service already delivered through our Economy Team.

Councillor Malcolm Longley, Cabinet Member for Finance, said: "This funding has been customised to align with Government guidelines and have the greatest level of impact to those employers who have faced the greatest level of financial hardship."

Councillor Lizzy Bowen, Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Town Centre Regeneration and growth, said "We at WNC are dedicated to supporting and growing the local economy, and helping our businesses is a top priority.

"Our dedicated Economy Team are always available for every business to engage with for business and employment support.

"This funding is an essential lifeline to help our business community, and we are doing all that we can to secure economic prosperity within West Northamptonshire and rapidly recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic."

Information on the funding including eligibility and how to apply can be found on the WNC website. » Less

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