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

Covid-19 Vaccination Drop-In Sessions w/c 27th September

Covid-19 Vaccination Drop-In Sessions w/c 27th September

Posted: Mon, 27 Sep 2021 09:29 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

This week's Walk-in Vaccination Clinic will be held on

9am to 5:30pm Friday 1st October
9am to 5:30pm Saturday 2nd October
9am to 4:00pm Sunday 3rd October

Come along for your first or second doses and booster vaccinations. 2nd dose must be at least 8 weeks after your first, and booster must be 6 months after your second dose. 16 & 17 year olds welcome! More »

Greens Norton Community Centre, Towcester Road, Greens Norton NN12 8BL » Less

Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme consultation 2022 to 2023

Posted: Mon, 27 Sep 2021 09:27 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

The Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme (sometimes known as Council Tax support) helps people and households on low income pay their Council Tax bill.

West Northamptonshire Council has recently reviewed the scheme and is proposing two changes for the 2022 to 2023 financial year. More »

The first proposal would change the rules for working-age people who receive a war widows or war disablement pension. They are currently eligible for a Council Tax discount of up to 80%, but this would be increased to 100% under the new proposal.

The second proposal would make it easier for young people who are leaving care to seek financial support.

Currently, West Northamptonshire residents aged 18 to 25 who were formerly children in the care of the Council can apply for a number of different awards and discounts to reduce their Council Tax bill.

It is now proposed to include this support as part of the Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme, meaning they would be eligible for a discount of up to 100% on their Council Tax bill while only having to complete a single application process.

The proposed changes will impact those of working age. Those of pensioner age are protected by the prescribed regulations set out by central government.

WNC are seeking views on our proposals for the Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme for 2022 to 2023.

Feedback from the consultation will be considered by West Northamptonshire Council's Cabinet when making their final decision on the proposals on 9 November.

This consultation closes at midnight on Sunday 17 October 2021.

Have your say

Please visit the West Northamptonshire Consultation Hub for further information and to have your say.

If you have any questions or enquiries about the survey, please contact us via email at ctrsconsultation@westnorthants.gov.uk or by phone on 01604 838640. » Less

Have your say on improving bus services across Northamptonshire

Posted: Mon, 27 Sep 2021 09:25 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt

Bus back better: How can we improve bus services across North and West Northamptonshire?

West Northamptonshire Council and North Northamptonshire Council have both committed to develop a Bus Service Improvement Plan and form an Enhanced Partnership with local bus operators to implement improvements in their bus networks in line with the Governments' National Bus Strategy "Bus Back Better". More »

To help with this work, they are seeking your views on the improvements you would like to see in local bus services by answering the survey below.

This is your opportunity to give feedback on bus services and connectivity in West and North Northants and help shape future plans for services. The information you provide will be collated and analysed to identify issues and needs of residents in relation to public transport.

This survey closes at midnight on Sunday 10 October 2021.

Have your say

Please visit the West Northamptonshire Consultation Hub for further information and how to have your say.

If you have any questions or enquiries about the survey, please contact WNC via email at haveyoursay@westnorthants.gov.uk. » Less