All Saints Church
Middleton Cheney is one of the largest villages in South Northants District, situated in the south west of Northamptonshire - 3 miles from Banbury, 2 miles from junction 11 on the M40 and 7 miles from Brackley. A variety of shops, a doctor's surgery and a primary and secondary school serve the local community and the surrounding area. The diverse population, comprising families, young professionals and retired people enjoy the benefits of a wide range of clubs, organisations and activities, many with the encouragement and support of the Parish Council.
Middleton Cheney Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Middleton Cheney a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.
Sat, 20 Aug 2016 20:39 by Alan Youel
As from Monday 12th September 2016, the PFA will be locking the bypass gates to prevent dog fouling and used drug needles etc. being deposited along our field. This is a danger to all our children and players. More »
This move has the support of the Parish Council, the Police as well as the PFA Committee.
If you have a concern with this action, please attend the PFA Committee meeting at 6.30pm on Monday 12th September and we will be happy to discuss it with you.
Middleton Cheney Playing Fields Association Management Committee. » Less
Fri, 19 Aug 2016 14:54 by Alan Youel
Monday 22nd August: The Great Jennens Mystery ! presented by Laurence Ince
An unbelievable account revolving around the life of William Jennens, justly described as the richest commoner in England. Middleton Cheney Library 7.30pm. Visitors and guests are always welcome (admission £3.00)
Fri, 19 Aug 2016 10:14 by Alan Youel
Date: 15 August 2016
For Immediate Release
Voter registration a requirement for all
Forms asking residents to verify the information they have on the electoral register will begin dropping on doormats from 22 August, as South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) begins its annual canvass. More »
Voting in the UK is not mandatory, however being on the electoral register is. Residents risk a fine of £1,000 if they fail to register.
Anyone whose circumstances have changed in the last year will need to register.
These changes might include: a change of surname following marriage, divorce, a change of address, or they are turning 18 and need to register for the first time.
Sue Smith, Electoral Registration Officer for South Northamptonshire, said:"Elections and referendums are the most important way in which residents can participate in our democracy, as we saw this year with the EU referendum.
"But being on the electoral register is also essential for successful credit checks.So if you are signing up for a new mobile phone or taking out a mortgage, you need to be registered to vote.
"During this campaign we will be urging as many residents as possible to update their voter registration details."
The forms will go out to 38,500 addresses throughout the district. Residents are encouraged to verify their information as soon as possible in order to avoid receiving a reminder letter and possible follow-up visit from an authorised council canvasser. These are measures which SNC is required by law to take, but which incur additional cost to the taxpayer.
Because of the additional costs associated with follow-up forms and visits from canvassers, people are being encouraged to confirm their details at the earliest possible opportunity.
People who find that their information on the electoral register is correct should confirm this by calling 0800 197 9871, texting 80212; or visiting www.householdresponse.com/cherwellandsouthnorthantsand inputting the security codes printed on their form.