Welcome to Hargrave Parish Council
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Hargrave is a small village and civil parish situated in rural Northamptonshire, England, approximately 21 miles east of Northampton, 3 miles east of Raunds and adjacent to the Northamptonshire-Cambridgeshire-Bedfordshire border.
At the time of the 2011 census, the parish's population was 241 people.
The 12th century, All Hallows Church is at the centre of the village. The village has a village hall with several active societies.
Hargrave Parish Council
Hargarve Parish Council is made up of residents who have put themselves forward for election (or occasionally co-option). They have put themselves forward because they want to improve our parish and they are prepared to make decisions for our community.
Parish Councils are statutory bodies, created and governed by acts of Parliament. They are not connected to the church or to the Parochial Church Council.
Planning and development in Hargrave
If you would like to find out what planning applications have been submitted for Hargrave please visit the East Northamptonshire Council website as they are the planning authority that receive, process and decide planning matters. The Parish Council is a statutory consultee and where the Parish Council is consulted, the consultation response is shown in the Minutes of the meeting when the proposal was considered.
A step by step guide to accessing planning information on the East Northamptonshire Council website can be opened by using this link
All of the street lamps in Hargrave are owned by the Parish Council. We are working to ensure they are all labelled with an identifying number so that it is easier to track faults and repairs.
If you notice that a street light in Hargrave is not working, please report to the parish clerk, preferably via email, and include the street name and column number.
This link here will take you to a document that lists the lamp columns and location to make reporting easier.