Whittlebury Village

Community Website

Clerk: Mrs Linda Paice
9 Bradden Way, Greens Norton
Towcester, Northamptonshire
NN12 8BY

Tel: 01327 353622

Whittlebury is a small village of some 236 households and a population of 589 (2011 Census) set on the edge of the historical royal hunting forest of Whittlewood. The earliest settlement has been traced to the Iron Age, and King Athelstan held court in Whittlebury in c.930AD. Our rural legacy can still be found today with many mature trees and views over the countryside surrounding the village with, in particular, the woods, parkland and deer park on the southern edge.

The Parish Council provides your local services and we strive to make Whittlebury a better place in which to live, work and play. This website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search facility or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

New bus service for Whittlebury launches Wednesday 24th April 209

The attached press release from ABILITY (Northants) cic describes exciting news about the new bus service for the village that will be launched on Wednesday 24th April 2019.

Whittlebury Parish Council has provided £500.00 to initiate this community transport scheme and it is intended that the bus will provide a lifeline to those without transport and who wish to visit Towcester for a couple of hours on a Wednesday morning for shopping, leisure activities or health appointments. More »

Villagers will need to register first by contacting the telephone number provided. » Less

Posted: Mon, 22 Apr 2019 22:33 by Roger Harrington



See the poster attached and get in touch

Posted: Mon, 15 Apr 2019 10:30 by Linda Paice


For those villagers who were unable to attend either of the two recent drop-in sessions at the Reading Room or The HUG Cafe on Friday 22nd March 2019 to view the plans for the new building and to offer their comments, there are a number of documents here which will give a lot of information about the existing Reading Room, its history and recent usage, the outline plans for the new building and a questionnaire. More »

It would be much appreciated if as many people as possible could download the questionnaire, complete it and return it via the post box at the Reading Room at the latest by Sunday 14th April (and not 31st March as mentioned in the questionnaire). The results of this will assist the Renovation Committee greatly in "evidencing the need" for the new building. » Less

Posted: Sat, 23 Mar 2019 18:03 by Roger Harrington