• Caldecott Village Sign
  • 305th BG memorial B17 weather vane
  • Parish church with sheep in foreground
  • Chelston Rise entrance sign
  • View of Chelveston from the air.

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Latest News

Village Hall and Star & Garter both relisted as Assets of Community Value

Star and Gater

Posted: Wed, 15 Jan 2020 19:21 by Mark Hunter

ENC has accepted the Parish Council's nominations for both the Star & Garter (and rear field) and the Village Hall (and adjacent land) and re-listed them as Assets of Community Value for another 5 years.

Public Appeal launched to restore the Cross of Sorrow (1920-20)

Public Appeal launched to restore the Cross of Sorrow (1920-20)

Posted: Fri, 20 Dec 2019 23:39 by Mark Hunter

The Parish Council has today (9th December 2019) formally launched a public appeal to restore the Cross of Sorrow memorial erected by public subscription in 1920 in memory of the fallen in the Great War, and, subsequently, World War II.

Please see the appeal leaflet for details of the work to be carried out and ways to donate.

Click here to see the benefactors to date.

Planning application for an industrial park near Chelston Rise

Planning application for an industrial park near Chelston Rise

Posted: Sat, 14 Dec 2019 11:35 by Mark Hunter

The Parish Council has been advised of a planning application to build 120 dwellings in Higham Ferrers on a brownfield site, and relocate the existing employment from there to a new site, to be known as the Chelveston Energy Innovation Park (CEIP) near to Chelston Rise. The location is shown on the image.

Details of the planning application can be seen on the ENC Planning site here.