Cold Higham Parish Council

Serving the people of Cold Higham, Grimscote, Fosters Booth (W) and Potcote

  • Spring Lambs 2

    Spring Lambs 2

  • St Luke's Church at night

  • Parish Hall (old school building)

Welcome to the Parish web site of Cold Higham. We are a small community in South Northamptonshire comprising the ancient settlements of Cold Higham, Grimscote, Fosters Booth (West), Potcote and the surrounding rural area.

Cold Higham Parish Council provides YOUR local services. For details about the Council use the Main Menu on the left of the screen.

Our website aims to provide information about ALL services, whether provided by the Parish, District or County Council. Search the A-Z of Services via the Main Menu or use the keypad on the right. In the early stages some of this information is still being assembled.

A lot of other information is also available through the site:

  • Under Community in the Main Menu other organisations in the Parish can be found, as well as a What's On calendar.
  • Catch up with local news items (the latest will appear on the Home Page below).
  • Find local groups and businesses in our Community Directory.
  • Many other useful contacts can be found under Useful Links.
  • See some local scenery in the Gallery.
  • Use the Search facility (enter a keyword) or browse the site (you can use the Site Map) to find whatever you are looking for.

If you have news to tell, local photos to display, events to publicise we would love to hear about them.

Some pages are still under construction, but if you cannot find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.

Latest News

Residents Invited to Attend Crime Prevention Evening

Posted: Mon, 10 Jun 2019 16:07 by Site Editor

Members of the public have the opportunity to speak to their local neighbourhood team on Wednesday (June 12) at a special crime prevention evening being held in Long Buckby.

The event has been organised by Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Craig Egdell at the United Reformed Church in Brington Road, between 5pm and 8pm in response to a series of burglaries earlier this year.

PCSO Egdell said: "Directly following the burglaries, we spoke to victims, carried out letter drops of the local area and sent out crime prevention information via the Neighbourhood Alert system. More »

"This event has been organised to reinforce the crime prevention message and is open to anyone who would like more information on crime prevention or raise any local policing concerns they may have with their local neighbourhood team."

The Daventry Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team officer will be joined at the event by colleagues PCSO Tara Cooksammy and Crime Prevention Officer Brenda Hart, and Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator Rachel Dobbs. » Less

Local Government Reorganisation Announcement from Government

Posted: Sat, 18 May 2019 10:40 by Site Editor

The long-awaited announcement came on Tuesday (see As expected, there will be two unitary councils, West and North. Vesting Day will be 1 April 2021… 684 days to go! The announcement was interesting for what it didn't say. For instance, we know that all parish and town councils in Northamptonshire will hold elections in 2020 (on 7th May), but we don't know for what term. More »

More information later. » Less

Connecting Communities Event for Over 50s

Connecting Communities Event for Over 50s

Posted: Fri, 10 May 2019 09:51 by Site Editor

The Connecting The Communities event is on Tuesday 21 May, please see attached poster, it is aimed at residents 50+ there will be approximately 14 external organisations who will be offering information, taster classes and activities.

Earlier News Items

For earlier news items go to News