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Welcome  Weekley Parish Council Web-site.  Weekley is a small village just off the A43 north of Kettering, with many of the properties in the centre of the Village being thatched.

With St. Mary’s Church, the Montagu Arms, Weekley and Warkton Cricket Club, The Old Vicarage Care Home and easy access to Boughton House this is a busy thriving Village.

The Website has been updated to include on the Weekley Parish Council Page under Agenda and Minutes  the draft minutes from  the Rural Forum Meeting and the East Kettering Liaison Forum Meeting held in October are now available.

The Draft Minutes from the Parish Council Meeting held on Tuesday 19th May 2020 are available on the Weekley Parish Council Page under Agenda and Minutes.   Under the current guidelines as set out by the Government the Parish Council meetings will be carried out using Zoom.  The  next full Parish Council Meeting is due to be held on Tuesday 19th August 2020  starting at 19:00 ,

There is a vacancy for Clerk to the Parish Council please click on the link for more details.

VE Day at Home in Kettering

VE Day this year is going to be very different for us all.  Sadly, we have had to cancel our community celebrations which were due to take place on the bank holiday weekend of the 8th -10th May.  Instead, Kettering museum and gallery would like to invite you and your family to join in with our online VE Day celebrations at home.  With free activities, stories of wartime Kettering and ways to connect with the community, there will be lots of ideas to keep you entertained and the chance to pay tribute to the generations of the Second World War.

Keep an eye on our social media channels and the This is Kettering website in the coming weeks. We will be posting stories and objects from our current ‘VE 75’ exhibition and sharing ways for you to get involved.

 www.facebook.com/KetteringMuseumandArtGallery

www.twitter.com/KMuseumGallery

www.instagram.com/kettering_museum_gallery

www.thisiskettering.com/vedayathome

Greenbelt Festival

For the first time in 47 years, there won’t be a Greenbelt Festival this summer. The decision to cancel is a real heartbreaker for us, but obviously the safety of our festivalgoers, staff, volunteers, artists and everyone involved in making Greenbelt happen is our most important consideration. We are thankful that we will be able to return to Boughton with Greenbelt in 2021.

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