Chelveston-cum-Caldecott Parish Council

Serving the people of Chelveston-cum-Caldecott

Clerk: Mr Mark Hunter
Ashbury, Caldecott
Wellingborough
Northamptonshire NN9 6AR

Tel: 01933 626039

  • 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

Remembrance Sunday wreath laying

PC chair laying wreath at memorial

Posted: Sun, 14 Nov 2021 11:00 by Mark Hunter

The service of Remembrance and wreath laying on Remembrance Sunday at St John the Baptist church. Wreaths were laid at the Cross of Sorrow by Cllr Andrew Seaman, Chair of the Parish Council and by Peggy Dreads, Churchwarden, and at the 305th BG(H) memorial on the church tower by Master Sergeant Matt Miller, USAF.

Winners of Halloween competition 2021

Halloween - first prize winner

Posted: Tue, 02 Nov 2021 17:37 by Mark Hunter

The winners of the Halloween competition have been announced by the judges. Click the link for the details and images of the winners.

Trees down in October gales

Tree down in Foot Lane

Posted: Sun, 31 Oct 2021 20:00 by Mark Hunter

Strong winds on 31st October brought down several trees and branches in the parish, including Foot Lane, Caldecott Road, on the B645 near the golf course and up at Chelston Rise.

Elsewhere in the county a mini-tornado appears to brought down many more trees , resulting in Northants Highways and the emergency services having to prioritise which trees to clear first.

Always report fallen trees to Street Doctor by ringing 0300 126 3000 Mon - Fri (9am - 5pm) or the the out of hours number 01604 651074. Only ring 999 if there is a threat to life.