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EVENLEY PARISH COUNCIL

Should you wish to contact the clerk please email clerk@evenleypc.org.uk or  telephone 01280 423295

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Support line for Northamptonshire members of the pubic who need help

If you or anyone you know needs assistance during the COVID-19 crisis please call 0300 126 1000 (option 5) 


WORKS TO BROAD LANE week commencing 11th May 2020

Click HERE to read the letter from Northants Highways - construction of a priority chicane build out


Evenley Parish Council elections 2020 - POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Parish council elections are held in May 2020 this year.  If you would like to have a greater say in what goes on in your community please click on the follwoing links:

becoming a councillor

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Looking to Book the Village Hall?

Are you looking to book our village hall if so click the link.

For Latest COVID-19 Status at the village hall click here

Click here to book Evenley Village Hall


Weekly taxi service to Brackley

The service leaves from the bus stop at Broad Lane outside the village hall at 10 am on Thursday morning. Pleas contact Barrie Mogan (01280 703317) on the Wednesday before travel to arrange. This is subsidised by Evenley Matters but a passenger contribution is payable on the day.


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HS2 INFORMATION

The latest HS2 information affecting our area.

For the latest HS2 information, please visit: https://hs2.commonplace.is/


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COVID-19 NOTICE
Evenley Parish Council, St. George’s Church and many volunteers are working together to support the community during this unsettling time. In the first instance, please contact the clerk if you need support.