Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to do

Stay at home
  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home)
  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home

You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.

Staying at home and away from others (social distancing)

We have set up a closed facebook group, for extra security for the more vulnerable :
If you are self-isolating and do not have help from anyone else, please contact the parish council and we will find a way to get help to you.
Details of how to contact the council can be found here

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Keeping up to date about Coronavirus
Guidance related to Coronavirus is changing daily. We can all help to minimise risk, prepare ourselves for potential self-isolation and protect the most vulnerable members of our community by following trusted sources of information and being disciplined in social distancing measures.
The NHS website provides information about the virus, potential symptoms, guidance on how to self-isolate, details about their 111 service and links to the official Government information for travel advice and action plan.
NHS 111 online service:
An online 111 service is available from the NHS website. If you have access to the internet, please use this online service if:
  • You feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
  • your condition gets worse
  • your symptoms do not get better after 7 days
Please only call 111 if you cannot get help from the online service.
Check any advice you read in the papers or online via—do not share posts or info unless it’s from NHS or .gov
The pedestrian access that has been in place during construction of 'Manor Court' on the old club site has been closed until the development allows for safe passage of people walking.
The map below shows the route where the access will be.
It also shows where the fencing and garages for the new properties will be along the area where the temporary access has been.
In the interim, please use the footpath from the play area to Chapel Street near The Manor House.

Warmington Parish Council is a statutory consultee in the application process for the "Elton2" quarry extension at the meadows to the north-west of Warmington Mill, where the Nene Way leads to Fotheringhay. 
You can view the parish council's response to the application via this link: PLANNING

The parish council will do what it can to reflect local public opinion, but plays no part in the decision-making process so it is really important that people submit their own responses to the application too.  The people making the decisions are county councillors based in Northampton who do not know our parish and will not know how people feel unless it's made clear in a forthright but polite way that evidences how the proposals do not comply with planning law.

The applicants have submitted a second set of submission papers which the parish council will be responding to in February 2020.

You can look at the papers provided by the applicant here:

And look at the proper extraction planning application here: and also make your response via that second link.

The parish council is thrilled to announce that the Neighbourhood Plan, which was passed at referendum by the village with a 92% majority of votes cast, was officially adopted by East Northamptonshire Council on 17th December 2019.

The Warmington Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the planning system and guides the outcome of all regular planning applications in the parish.

Thank you to everyone who took part in helping guide the future built environment of the parish and sharing your ideas and aspirations for wider aspects of shaping life in Warmington.