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Silverstone Parish Council

Serving the people of Silverstone

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

Tel: 01327 353622

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Police and Crime Plan Consultation

Dear All,

I am Stephen Mold, your newly elected Police and Crime Commissioner. I am launching a six week consultation period on our proposed Police and Crime Plan for Northamptonshire http://www.northantspcc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Draft-Police-and-Crime-Plan-2016-2021-1.pdf

Since before becoming your Police and Crime Commissioner I have both visited and listened to the views and concerns of the people in Northamptonshire. This draft Police and Crime Plan takes those views into account along with the views of the police. More »

I have proposed four priorities:

  • Keeping the young safe
  • Community partnerships
  • Protecting people from harm
  • Putting victims at the heart of justice

Prior to confirming these elements, I am looking for the view of residents in order to ensure the county's Police and Crime Plan represents the people it is designed to keep safe.

Please can I ask that you complete my short survey http://www.yourpcc.co.uk/ and share with your communities to do the same.



Stephen Mold


Wootton Hall | Northampton | NN4 0JQ

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Sat, 22 Oct 2016 14:17 by James Laband

Lorry wrecks garden in Monkswood

Lorry wrecks garden in Monkswood

A foreign lorry driver looking for West End Farm businesses created havoc by getting stuck in Monkswood. In manoevering to extricate his vehicle from the tight confines of this small cul-de-sac, he wrecked the garden of one of the houses.

Wed, 19 Oct 2016 17:00 by Peter Byng

Vacancy St. Michael's Church - P/t administrator

The Parishes of Silverstone, Abthorpe, Slapton, Whittlebury and Paulerspury, working together as The Whittlewood Benefice seek a person to be our Administrator.

We are looking to have a person who can work for four hours per week, working in our Benefice Office which is in the Silverstone Church Room which is on Little London near to St Michael's Church. The pattern we have operated with until recently has been that the administrator worked on two days, 2 hours on each day for £10 per hour. It is expected that this pattern would be adopted again, though the days of work are negotiable [though not a Monday]. More »

We are also looking for a person who will be able to attend occasional evening meetings to take minutes. This time would replace the normal working hours in this week.

Amongst the administrative tasks that will be performed are:

  • Weekly Photocopying of Sunday Newsletters
  • Occasional other photocopying for the parishes and/or Rector.
  • Filing and organisational assistance in the office for the Benefice.
  • After training, the writing up of Marriage Registers and Baptismal Materials.
  • Maintaining a Benefice Diary and liaising to ensure that this is as complete and current as possible. Including information on marriages, baptisms, Sunday & Weekday Services, Fundraising and Social Events
  • Coordinating the annual collation of statistical information required of us by the Diocese and Church of England.

There may be other opportunities that can be developed with an Administrator depending on the person's abilities and willingness to work with and for the Church in this area.

If you would like to apply for this role, please write to, or contact the Rector, The Revd Paul McLeod at St Michael's Vicarage, 24a High Street, Silverstone, Towcester. NN12 8US. You could send an e-mail to revpaulmcleod@btinternet.com.

We are looking to hold interviews on Wednesday 7th December in the afternoon. » Less

Wed, 19 Oct 2016 16:57 by Peter Byng