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  • Grendon and Baddesley Youth Club

    The are now almost 50 young people now registered for the youth club which meets every Friday evening during term time.  Although we have recruited a few members outside of Grendon - which demonstrates the
  • Replacement Bus Shelter

    After a number of unfortunate and unecessary objections, a replacement bus shelter sweetly stands on its original A5 site to provide, in the main, shelter for school children in time for Winter's blasts of
  • Spon Lane area sewage problem

    Following the recent flooding of the Boot Inn and adjacent properties by sewage coming back through the system, a site meeting was held on Friday 20th July.   Present were our MP, Dan Byles , parish
  • Super Broadband

    Bringing faster broadband to our rural area Project Update April 2012 In this month’s update: What are we planning to deliver and what are the timescales? Events in your area – come along
  • A5 verges

    Although the maintenance of the verges comes under the Highways Authority, it pleads that they are unable to do work on the A5 as a result of the current financial climate. Since this was a
  • New local website

    A new website is now online so that all residents of Baddesley, Grendon, Baxterley and Merevale can see what is happening in all of the villages. Its address is :- www.bgbmeventdiary.co.uk  On
  • National Planning Policy Framework

    Government have now published the National Planning Policy Framework running to 59 pages that may now be viewed on the www.grendonvillage.org.uk and clicking on Neighbourhood Plan. Clause 184 reproduced below encapsulates
  • New website

    www.grendonvillage.org.uk is a website launched recently that incorporates one opened in 2003. However it offers considerably more information that will interest anyone living in, or is associated with Grendon. The website
  • Parish Plan responses to questionnaire

    The responses from the questionnaire distributed to all homes in Grendon may now be viewed at www.grendonvillage.org.uk by selecting Parish Plan in the ‘PAST’ directory and then ‘Responses from
  • Neighbourhood Plan

    Neighbourhood planning is a new way for communities to decide the future of the places where they live and work. They will be able to: choose where they want new homes, shops and offices to
  • Anti Social Behaviour

    Following some cases of the above in the village the Parish Council is working with NWBC, the Police, Borough Councillors and other agencies to combat this.If you have these problems please keep a log
  • Parish Plan

    A group has started the above to formulate a plan for the future of the village. we could do with more members. Nobody will be asked to do anything with which they are uncomfortable but
  • Parish Plan

    The Parish Council would like to put together a 'Communit Led Plan' formerly known as a 'Parish Plan'. This document allows the people living in Grendon a way of deciding for themselves how
  • Reporting a road issues directly to the council

    If you have noticed something you are not happy about like a pothole in a road within the parish please visit this website as it allows you to report the matter directly to the council
  • New Opencast Site

    PLEASE SEE THE NOTICE BOARD OUTSIDE OF GRENDON SHOP (KEV'S) FOR DETAILS OF WHO TO SEND A LETTER OF COMPLAINT TO.   IF WE DO NOT ACT ON THIS QUICKLY IT WILL HAPPEN
  • New Website for Grendon Parish Council

    Grendon Parish Council are delighted to launch their new website and hope all the parishoners of Grendon will look in from time to time. We will be keeping the site updated every week with any