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

Coronavirus Support Line 0300 126 1000 (Option 5)


Towcester Town Council's venues, the Town Hall, The Sawpits Centre and Towcester Youth & Community Centre, are now closed to all hirers until further notice. For further information, please visit our Halls for Hire page.

The Town Clerk's Office is closed to visitors, and there will be reduced levels of staffing from Tuesday 5th January 2021, but emails and voicemails will be picked up on a regular basis.

Please click here for information about community support for residents during the coronavirus outbreak.


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 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 £15. For more details contact the town council offices. To read the latest edition, click on the image.

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.


Latest News

Gardeners Question Time - Rotary Club of Towcester

Gardeners Question Time - Rotary Club of Towcester

Posted: Tue, 13 Apr 2021 13:51 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

Join The Rotary Club of Towcester for its third "Gardeners' Question Time" on Thursday, 22nd April 2021 at 7.30pm.However, in accordance with COVID-19 regulations, this event will be held via Zoom. Tickets are priced £5.00 and can be purchased from www.towcester-rotary.org.uk/shop. A receipt will then be emailed containing the Zoom meeting ID and passcode for the event.The panel of experts includes Johnnie Amos, who presents the Green Welly Show every Sunday on BBC Radio Northampton Questions may be submitted in advance to frankkelly@towcester-rotary.org.uk Please contact John Sidwick on 01327 352851 regarding any queries All profits in aid of local Rotary causes and charities.

Consultation for DHL Logistics Hub

Consultation for DHL Logistics Hub

Posted: Mon, 12 Apr 2021 13:02 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

DHL is bringing forward proposals for a new state-of-the-art logistics hub at Bell Plantation on the northern edge of Towcester. The scheme will provide 1 million sq ft of state-of-the-art warehousing, create new jobs, invest in the local community, and support the local economic recovery post-pandemic. They are keen to hear what the local community thinks about the proposals and would encourage you to visit our virtual exhibition and complete a feedback form. More »

www.dhl-towcester.consultationonline.co.uk

DHL is bringing forward proposals for a new state-of-the-art logistics hub at Bell Plantation on thenorthern edge of Towcester. The scheme will provide 1m sq ft of state-of-the-art warehousing, createnew jobs, invest in the local community, and support the local economic recovery post-pandemic.We are keen to hear what the local community thinks about our proposals andwould encourage you to visit our virtual exhibition and complete a feedback form: » Less

Statement of Persons Nominated for Parish Council Elections 2021

Statement of Persons Nominated for Parish Council Elections 2021

Posted: Mon, 12 Apr 2021 12:26 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

Elections for Town Councillors will take place on Thursday 6th May in Brook Ward only.

Please read the attached Statements for Persons Nominated in Mill Ward and Brook Ward.

Advice for voters:

Register to vote More »

The easiest way to register is to visit the Government website on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
The deadline for registering to vote for the elections in May is Monday 19 April 2021.
The application process takes roughly 5 minutes and will ask for your name, date of birth, nationality, national insurance number and a few other details.
Your national insurance number can be found on a national insurance card, on payslips, or on official paperwork from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs regarding pensions, benefits or tax queries.
If you have recently moved or you are not sure if you are registered, you should contact your local Electoral Services team.

Voting at a Polling Station

You can vote in person at your designated polling station from 7.00am until 10.00pm on voting day (Thursday 6th May)
Details of your polling station will appear on the poll card that will be sent out to you a few weeks before the elections. You can also check your polling station online.

If you lose or forget your poll card you will still be able to vote without it, but it is easier if you have it with you.

A range of measures are being taken at polling stations to maximise physical distancing and minimise the risk of COVID-19. Learn more about voting and coronavirus safety measures. including:
Following the current Government guidance on Covid-19
BRING YOUR OWN PEN OR PENCIL TO MARK YOUR BALLOT PAPER

Voting by post

If you are 18 or over and on the electoral register, you can apply for a postal vote. You must submit an application for a postal vote by 5pm on Tuesday 20 April in order to vote by post in the elections on 6 May 2021

Postal vote packs are sent out about 10 to 15 days before the day of the election. They must be completed and returned by 10pm on election day (Thursday 6 May).

To request an application form, please contact your local Electoral Services team.

Priority post boxes

Royal Mail Priority Post Boxes were introduced to help with the collection and onward delivery of COVID test kits, but as elections are also a priority mailing, these postal boxes can also be used for your postal vote.

There are 35,000 Priority Post Boxes across the country and these boxes have early and late collection times, with 15,000 of them having a collection 3-5pm on both Saturday and Sunday.

Voting by proxy

Voting by proxy means you can appoint someone you trust to vote on your behalf if you are unable to get to the polling station, for example, if you are working away, on holiday abroad, or fall ill. You must submit your application for a proxy vote by 5pm on Tuesday 27 April in order to vote by proxy in the elections on 6 May 2021. Contact the Elections Team to find out more.

For more election information please visit https://www.westnorthants.gov.uk/councillors-and-democracy/elections-2021 » Less