Parish Council Information

The Parish Council typically meets from 7:45pm at the Reading Rooms, Great Brington. Anyone may attend parish council meetings and members of the public are invited to address the Parish Council at each meeting, this is limited to 3 minutes per person and 15 minutes overall.  At this current time of social distancing meetings are being held via videoconference using Zoom.

Dates of  Ordinary Parish Council meetings in 2020 can be found here  Dates-of-meetings-2020

Minutes of previous meetings and our next Agenda are published on the Minutes/Agenda pages on this site under ‘Categories’ as PDF files.


Parish Councillors

Keith White – Chairman

Keith’s professional career has centred on asset management and residential management, especially Student accommodation. His interests are focused on the built environment with experience of working within the planning, development and specialist property management world. Having lived in Lt. Brington for over 25 years he wishes to see the community thrive within the growing pressures that development brings.

James Milne – Vice Chairman

James grew up in Northamptonshire and returned in 2011 to live in the Bringtons with his wife Melissa and two girls, Elsa and Hester. James is a solicitor and director of a renewable energy generation business and is interested in supporting village life, community projects and the local environment. James has the role of financial checker for the parish council and supports the Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer on financial matters.

Karen Bright  

Karen has lived in Little Brington with her partner Alan, for about 15 years and really values village life. Having lived her adult life in a village environment she appreciates the Bringtons’ community spirit and hopes to help insure its   aesthetic future through involvement with the work of the Village Design Statement Group. She is happiest outside, on a long walk, on top of a mountain (preferably a Munro) in fact anywhere there are wide-open spaces and loves being able to walk from her front door into open countryside. She is a very keen gardener and currently treasurer of the Brington & Nobottle Gardening Club.

Stuart Norey

Stuart moved to the Bringtons in 1981 and lives with his partner Tanya and two young children, Oscar and Henry. His parents also live in the Parish. He has worked in senior roles and as a self-employed funding consultant, for several Adult Education and Disability Employment providers.  His particular interests in parish affairs are protecting our environment and the sense of community and village way of life in the face of increased and often unsuitable development and he is putting this focus into practice, through involvement in the development of the Village Design Statement

Terri Lake

Terri grew up in the village of Little Brington and was educated at the local Primary School. The surrounding countryside was her playground and she spent many happy hours hunting Newts (before they were protected) and getting soaked in the process. She wants to see the Villages thrive without becoming overly developed.

 

 

 Councillors’ Individual Responsibilities
 All councillors have a specific area of responsibility relating to the overall work of the Council.  The allocated roles can
 be seen on the attached table

 Parish Council Contact Details

Councillors can be contacted via email on  councillor@bringtons-pc.gov.uk

 
Clerk                    Sally Willis
 
Post                     Brington Parish Council
                                   1 Henley Court
                                   Main Street
                                   Watford
                                   Northants
                                   NN6 7UY
 
Email                 clerk@bringtons-pc.gov.uk
       Phone                07395 945675
 
 
County and District Councillors
Daventry District Council – Ravensthorpe Ward – Cllr. Richard Micklewright – rmicklewright@daventrydc.gov.uk
Northants County Council – Long Buckby Ward – Cllr. Steve Osborne – sjosborne@northamptonshire.gov.uk