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Cosgrove village

Welcome to our village website, where you'll find information about Cosgrove and the community.
Cosgrove village is a rural community located in South Northamptonshire and is served by West Northamptonshire Council.

Use the menu and dropdowns above to find information, news and points of interest for our village, where to eat, drink & stay, local businesses and our country walks. The Events calendar page shows what's on in the village, when and where it's held and which rubbish bins will be emptied each week for the current and next month. 
Spend some time to meander through our gallery of village views, both present and yesteryear. To help provide more interesting information and photographs, we have our News roundup and Village Events pages. Please take a look and see what's made the news.

For an email notification of important news, select the News tab, where you can add your email address. You will receive an email informing you, whenever items of news are added to the website.

Development and Planning information can be selected from the menu above. 

If you can't find what you're looking for, please let us know by selecting Contact from the options above.

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Recent updates
Click the blue hyperlink to be directed to the page on the website.

10th July - Parish Council: Next Meeting Wednesday 4th September. Parish Council Meeting Minutes 2024: Draft minutes of the July meeting.
3rd July - Development and Planning: Applications with status of Pending updated. West Northamptonshire Council: Update on accessing and using Fix my Street for problems in West Northamptonshire Council.
15th June - Annual Assembly of the Parish 2024: Photo gallery from the meeting added.
9th June - West Northamptonshire Council:  Annual Assembly of the Parish 2024: Draft minutes of the meeting and Chair's report for 2023-24, uploaded.
30th May - Home: D Day 80th Anniversary. Finance - Cosgrove PC: Annual Internal Audit Reports uploaded.
19th May - Home: Cosgrove's Playing Field and how you can help.
4th May - Village Walks and Home: Warning of grazing cattle near Public Rights of Way.

 

Playing Field and Equipment needs of the community

Do you have aspirations to help improve the Village Playing Field?
If you do, gather your thoughts, determine what your children wish for, check out suppliers, potential costs and options to aid funding. Funding is an issue, but you may have the knowledge and skill to access grants.
Please let our Parish clerk, Jenny Evans or a Parish Councillor know if you can help. Contact Jenny by email at clerk@cosgroveparishcouncil.org.uk

 

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Parish Councillor vacancies

Notice of Casual Vacancy for the two vacant Parish Council positions can be viewed on Parish Council screen.

Grazing cattle near Public Rights of Way

Cattle with calves are now grazing in fields with Public Rights of Way. Cattle are inquisitive animals and are often attracted to walkers, especially if walking a dog. Please consider using alternative routes if you're unsure or you notice that the cattle are excited by your presence.

Parking

With increasing volumes of traffic through the village it is vital that pavements and paths are kept clear, and pedestrians not forced to walk in the road. 
Concerns have been raised at the March Parish Council about vehicles being parked inconsiderately. In one location vehicles are forced over the centre white line when passing the vehicle.
Vehicles parked near to the crossroads create blind spots for drivers, as it's impossible to see if a vehicle is approaching from the opposite direction.
The Parish Council appreciate that parking is difficult, but appeals to everyone to consider whether their parked vehicle creates an unnecessary hazard.  Please check that your vehicle is parked as safely as possible and that you've checked if another location may be safer for everyone.

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Access Services and Support screen from the dropdown menu above, under Home

Information on matters affecting Cosgrove can be viewed on News roundup screen, also accessible from the dropdown menu above, under Home.

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