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(Due to an upgarde to the website to make it mobile friendly, older news posts have been lost...apologises for any inconvenience!)

By bryanlade, Jul 1 2018 08:03AM

Anglian Water are requiring to install a water main on the A6003 Barton Road which will require that the junction with Linnet Drive will need to be closed. It is expected that the road will be closed from the 23rd July until the 6th August 2018.

The plan showing the closure and diversion can be viewed here https://roadworks.org?tm=106139745

If you require more information about the works please contact Carly Goldsmith on 01522 341247.


Gary Thorp

Regulations Team Leader

Northamptonshire Highways

Highways Depot, Harborough Road, Brixworth, Northamptonshire, NN6 9BX

Tel: 01604 651072

Email: gthorp@kierwsp.co.uk

By bryanlade, Oct 6 2017 06:31PM

Thanks for all of you who have requested information about the new Village Hall via this website over the last few months. We will continue to pass messages on to the the Village Hall Manager - Richard Adshead - but you can also contact directly here: bsvillagehall@gmail.com.

The Village Hall has it own website right here...


This website is not actually owned by the Village Hall or Parish Council, but by a local resident who decided the village needed a website several years ago when there wasn't one. The Parish Council do use it to post minutes and agendas, but the purpose of this website is primarily to provide general information to locals and visitors about the Village and Community in general terms, so it is neutral in that respect and not the posting stage for the Parish Council or any other local organisation.

If you have any suggestions for the website, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

By bryanlade, Aug 23 2017 05:43PM


Barton Seagrave Parish Council invites applications from interested persons for the position of Operations Manager for the day to day running of its new Village Hall. Duties will include:

>Day to day running of the Village Hall,

>Taking bookings,

>Dealing with all other enquiries, and customers

>Updating all details on computer

>Working closely with the finance officer

>Liaison with the Management Committee

>Liaison with the Parish Council

>Willing to work outside normal working hours of 9am to 10pm if required

>Setting up tables & chairs for various groups

>Overseeing and training of other staff

Must have excellent problem solving skills with a friendly outgoing personality.

Successful applicant must be 100% reliable and willing to go the extra mile to get the job done.

Any trade skills certificates such as plumbing, electrics, maintenance, hygiene etc is an advantage but not essential. Must also be DBS cleared.

The Position: Operations Manager on contract employment basis.

Remuneration: Competitive negotiable salary for this type of position.

Qualifications: Must have at least 3 years’ experience of running a Village Hall or similar.

All applications must be accompanied with a CV and sent in the first instance to either:

Cllr Sir David Gunn - Chair to Barton Seagrave Parish Council. Councilordgunn@aol.com


Richard Reed- Clerk top Barton Seagrave Parish Council. richardreed01@btinternet.com

Closing date for applications: 5th September 2017

By bryanlade, May 29 2017 09:15AM

Promoting your personal and community wellbeing

Are you aged 50 and over ?

We can give free help and advice on:

> Health and wellbeing

> Support groups

> Money and financial worries

> Reducing energy costs

> Social activities in your area

> Transport

And much more.


Tues 13th June, Tues 11th July, Tues 3rd Aug & Tues 24th Aug 10.30—12.30pm near St Botolph’s church


For more information on the Rural Wellbeing Service, visit:


By bryanlade, Apr 20 2017 08:43PM





Pursuant to Section 87(b) of the Local Government Act 1972, a vacancy now exists in the

office of Councillor for Parish Council.

If, within fourteen working days* of the date of this notice, a request for an election to fill the

vacancy is made in writing to:

The Returning Officer

Kettering Borough Council

Municipal Offices

Bowling Green Road



NN15 7QX

Or to the Clerk of the parish Council:

De Vere House,

10 Hawthorn Drive



NN14 4LQ

By TEN electors for the Parish, an election will be held to fill the vacancy. If no such request is

received the Parish Council may fill the vacancy by co-option.

David Cook

Returning Officer

Dated: 20th April 2017

By bryanlade, Jan 24 2017 09:06PM

My name is Dale Munn and I am a post-graduate student at Oxford University studying Archaeology. For my dissertation, I have chosen to study the fantastic moated manor house site in Castle Field, Barton Seagrave and the surrounding settlement as it was around 1300 A.D. There has been very little archaeological investigation in the past into this part of Barton Seagrave although some medieval pottery and evidence of houses at the side of the A6 have been identified.

I am very keen to involve the residents living in the area around the village green, St. Botolph’s Road, the northern end of Polwell Lane and the cottages either side of the A6 opposite and below the cricket field by carrying out a community archaeology dig. This would mean volunteer residents in the target areas digging a 1m square test pit in their gardens and collecting and recording any finds for analysis. Each pit, I believe, will need to be dug to 1 metre to get far enough down for medieval artifacts. Full instructions will be supplied on how to dig the test pit and record any finds. For those of you worried about ruining your lovely lawns, don’t worry, the process will ensure your lawn is put back just as it appears now! You can take as long as you like to do the dig, but it should also be do-able in under two days if you fancy just getting on with it.

I am planning the digs to take place before the end of April this year so that I can complete my dissertation over the spring and summer. There may be some home owners in the target areas who don’t mind having their garden dug up for this project but don’t fancy doing the actual digging, so I am also looking for local volunteers to help dig someone else’s garden. Please do contact me if you would like to do this if the opportunity arises.

I will be delivering leaflets to the houses in this area in early February followed by an introductory talk in the church rooms on Saturday 4th March at 11.00 am. This is a very exciting project for those interested in archaeology and wishing to find out about the history of the village. If you would like to find out more before my talk on the project please feel free to email me on:


Dale Munn

St. Catherine’s College

University of Oxford

By bryanlade, Jan 13 2017 09:09AM

Many of you wil have heard that a fire badly damaged an elderly couples buyngalow recently. The couple affected are now in temporary accomodation and back in the village. The community came together to help and initially raised just under a £1,000 via Just Giving to help them get back on their feet quickly.

Following on from this, the Community is also holding a further fund raising event at St. Botolphs Church on Saturday 18th February @ 7pm. An evening of entertainment and music is being put on and there will be various stalls and a raffle to help raise further funds. Tickets are just £5 and can be obtained from Joshua Daniel on 07543 321214. See attached poster for more information.

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