Hardingstone Parish Council

Serving the people of Hardingstone

Parish Room

Clerk: Mrs Sally Willis
Parish Rooms, High Street
Hardingstone, Northampton

Hardingstone Parish Council is here to serve local residents.
Please explore this website for information, or contact the Clerk if you need further help.
The Parish Room is the office of the Clerk and is where the Council holds its meetings.

Latest News

Remembrance Service

Posted: Thu, 08 Nov 2018 10:45 by Sally Willis

Please note that there is a service at the War memorial this Sunday to mark Remembrance Sunday. As in previous years there will be a road closure between the Village Hall and the War Memorial from 10.30 - 11.30 to allow the parade of the uniformed groups and anyone else wishing to join them.

Changes to Bus service from January

Posted: Thu, 08 Nov 2018 10:40 by Sally Willis

Northamptonshire County Council has been advised of changes to Stagecoach Midland's commercial bus network with effect from Sunday 6th January 2019. By law, Stagecoach Midlands must inform the County Council of these changes before they are registered publicly although the County Council do not have any powers to prevent these changes from happening. More »

There are changes to many bus services and you may want to check the website if you use other services, however changes for bus service in Hardingstone will be as follows:

Service 7/7A


Service 7 will no longer serve Hardingstone, and will instead run via Newport Pagnell Road and Hermitage Way every 30 minutes.

Service X6 will instead serve Hardingstone and Water Lane in Wootton every hour. » Less

Update on Development behind The Warren

Posted: Thu, 01 Nov 2018 12:21 by Sally Willis

The outline plan and design code has now been officially submitted to NBC for approval by their planning department. If you wish to comment you can click here for the details.

Kier are planning on submitting the application for the first phase of 400 houses by the end of November. We will keep you updated and let you know when this becomes available. More »

In the mean time they will be commencing Archaeological trial trenching in the next few weeks. This will be ongoing for a 16 week period which will extend into February / March 2019 depending on the exact start date. » Less